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Posted May 25, '12 at 2:26am

thebluerabbit

thebluerabbit

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If they're all cowering in fear, then nope. But having them as witnesses would help later.


...im not sure what your point of view is. you think that bullied people only have weak cowardly friends? and even with the weakest most cowardly people... if you have many they will not back down like they would individualy. and out of those 10 there are probably a few who are actually strong.

Because that's so cool...


well of course. id rather get beaten up then not being cool.

besides, being tortured by a bully is any cooler?

Most of the time, that won't do anything. Unless you've got complete proof that the other person did it, or an adult was right there at the time, it's your word against theirs.


your faith in the police is unbelievable. i myself dont like any big group of people and rather call people i know but the police and teachers are actually a strong force. if its your word against theirs what will make their word more trustworthy?

and if you tell the police once (even if they do nothing) the bullies will probably back down. no one wants to RISK their lives like that. they hit you once in a wrong way that leaves a mark and they are doomed. if they will do anything it will probably just be verbal abuse and i think thats much easier to deal with.
 

Posted May 25, '12 at 5:31am

Somewhat49

Somewhat49

1,669 posts

your faith in the police is unbelievable. i myself dont like any big group of people and rather call people i know but the police and teachers are actually a strong force. if its your word against theirs what will make their word more trustworthy?

Nope, It's usually multiple words aganst yours, bullies always have friends and those friends will be there when you get bullied and always say nothing happened, and usually lying straight out really isn't that hard to do.

they hit you once in a wrong way that leaves a mark and they are doomed.

Sport injury, hit your head on a locker, could be anything.
 

Posted May 25, '12 at 7:08am

thebluerabbit

thebluerabbit

5,378 posts

Nope, It's usually multiple words aganst yours, bullies always have friends and those friends will be there when you get bullied and always say nothing happened, and usually lying straight out really isn't that hard to do.


Sport injury, hit your head on a locker, could be anything.


maybe but its still a warning. most people dont just go and accuse others of hurting them for no reason. those ARE good excuses and lying IS easy but its still a warning. the police cant just overlook this. as long as there is doubt that what your saying is true the bullies will probably back off espacially if its with something as important as the police. bullies usually bully for fun and they arent going to risk their future just for that.

it could be anything but those are just excuses. it will save them once and maybe even twice but there arent many people who are stupid enough to continue.

imagine this for yourself. doesnt matter how many people lie and say nothing happened, as long as there is the slightest chance of someone getting hurt the police just cant ignore it. even if the bullies will get away they cant do the same thing again because it will be obvious.
 

Posted May 25, '12 at 5:22pm

Somewhat49

Somewhat49

1,669 posts

espacially if its with something as important as the police.

I don't think you relize how little of a threat the police is to people. I think that the kind of bullies you are thinking of aren't of the same caliber as the ones I'm talking about, because the ones I' talking about only go to school for 2 things, free breakfast and free lunch, otherwise they wouldn't be in school and the only form of entertainment they have is to bully other kids while waiting for the day to pass.
They don't care about if they get in troble with the police since they have encountered them so many times before that and know the exploits in the system already.

even if the bullies will get away they cant do the same thing again because it will be obvious.

Really they could just keep on saying what you have is a sport injury, you don't just quit sports because you are hurt, and they usually don't break bones.
 

Posted May 25, '12 at 9:49pm

randumbness

randumbness

58 posts

Okay the group challenged me again I figured them out though. The group of bullies that have been messing with me are cowards they only start threatening me when there's not a teacher or one of my friends around. They are to scared to threaten me where my friends and maybe a teacher could see. I backed down again because the guy was threatening to use a padlock from gym on my face. I don't even know how that would work he was threatening me because I wasn't answering is questions. I don't want to even talk to somebody when the first words out of their mouth is threats. Teachers aren't really any help when the guy who was threatening me was was well making threats there was a teacher sitting right next to him and the teacher didn't seem to notice or care. Don't ever accidentaly mutter stuff under your breath I mumbled something like stop messing with me or something they thought I said I'm gonna f***ing stab you I'm not gonna stab anyone that's stupid something like that's aggravated assult or assult with a deadly weapon. I back down because I don't want to get in fights. A quick question what if you're not in sports what would the bully's excuse be then?

 

Posted May 26, '12 at 7:38am

thebluerabbit

thebluerabbit

5,378 posts

Really they could just keep on saying what you have is a sport injury, you don't just quit sports because you are hurt, and they usually don't break bones.


come on, look at it from a different point of view. would you really believe people who keep saying over and over its a sport injury? do people who do sports are usually weak enough to bully?

I don't think you relize how little of a threat the police is to people. I think that the kind of bullies you are thinking of aren't of the same caliber as the ones I'm talking about, because the ones I' talking about only go to school for 2 things, free breakfast and free lunch, otherwise they wouldn't be in school and the only form of entertainment they have is to bully other kids while waiting for the day to pass.
They don't care about if they get in troble with the police since they have encountered them so many times before that and know the exploits in the system already.


well in that case they would go to (idk the word in english but the place were people like they are going. like jail for younger people) and obviously the police will probably know already not to believe to their lies.
 

Posted May 26, '12 at 7:58am

zakyman

zakyman

1,682 posts

well in that case they would go to (idk the word in english but the place were people like they are going. like jail for younger people) and obviously the police will probably know already not to believe to their lies.


In English it's called Juvenile Detention (Juvy).

randumbness, ask if your school officer can open up an investigation. Do anything to scare the bullies away.
 

Posted May 26, '12 at 4:28pm

Kasic

Kasic

5,734 posts

I backed down again because the guy was threatening to use a padlock from gym on my face.


Record their threats to you (audio) with something like your phone if you have one. If they always come up to you at a certain time, make sure it's running beforehand. Try to get a picture of them, but don't risk it if you're not sure that you can take one without them noticing. Then you have evidence, and take that to your school authorities. If the school authorities don't do anything, take it to the police.

A quick question what if you're not in sports what would the bully's excuse be then?


A bully only has two excuses, the first being they're an ******* the second being they're displacing their anger onto you from something else. Either/both of those are always the case.
 

Posted May 26, '12 at 9:00pm

Somewhat49

Somewhat49

1,669 posts

well in that case they would go to (idk the word in english but the place were people like they are going. like jail for younger people) and obviously the police will probably know already not to believe to their lies.

You may think that, but the mere chance that they could be telling the truth makes the cops unable to do anything, plus it's multiple voices agianst one.

well in that case they would go to (idk the word in english but the place were people like they are going. like jail for younger people) and obviously the police will probably know already not to believe to their lies.

Juvy really isn't that bad of a place, especially for really bad kids caue all their friends are there already, plus free food and if you've been there enough, alot of power because you know all the exploits.

(just noticed I quoted you twice lol)

do people who do sports are usually weak enough to bully?

It's just different proportions, if the bullied is bigger, then the bully has to be even bigger.
 

Posted May 26, '12 at 9:00pm

Somewhat49

Somewhat49

1,669 posts

well in that case they would go to (idk the word in english but the place were people like they are going. like jail for younger people) and obviously the police will probably know already not to believe to their lies.

You may think that, but the mere chance that they could be telling the truth makes the cops unable to do anything, plus it's multiple voices agianst one.

well in that case they would go to (idk the word in english but the place were people like they are going. like jail for younger people) and obviously the police will probably know already not to believe to their lies.

Juvy really isn't that bad of a place, especially for really bad kids caue all their friends are there already, plus free food and if you've been there enough, alot of power because you know all the exploits.

(just noticed I quoted you twice lol)

do people who do sports are usually weak enough to bully?

It's just different proportions, if the bullied is bigger, then the bully has to be even bigger.
 
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