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camhead


Oct 18, 2011, 10:26 AM
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Child Abuse and Domestic Violence are never funny
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well, almost never funny...

Teen girl forced to wear armor, fight stepfather with wooden sword.


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He should have taken her to Kansas. They're ok with that now.


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Oct 18, 2011, 11:44 AM
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i was expecting some jimmy carr goodness...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SagayzX2T7Y

cheers


Toast_in_the_Machine


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Would the press have been different if it was a teen boy who played football?


camhead


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Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:

Would the press have been different if it was a teen boy who played football?

No. Renaissance Fair anachronism is funny irregardless of gender.


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Oct 22, 2011, 12:24 AM
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In its original sense, discipline is referred to systematic instruction given to disciples to train them as students in a craft or trade, or to follow a particular code of conduct or "order". To discipline means to instruct a person to follow a particular code of conduct or order. In the field of child development, discipline refers to methods of modeling character and of teaching self-control and acceptable behavior. But it now carries a negative connotation because enforcement of order that is, ensuring instructions are carried out is often regulated through punishment. Just like with the [url=http://www.newsytype.com/12989-fight-with-wooden-sword/]Medieval hobbyist forces daughter to fight him with a wooden sword. I understand that a parent should discipline and punish their child when they have done wrong but using a wooden sword or any hard thing is not appropriate. He could have killed her thinking that the fight lasted for two hours.


chadnsc


Oct 22, 2011, 6:54 AM
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verginiaB wrote:
In its original sense, discipline is referred to systematic instruction given to disciples to train them as students in a craft or trade, or to follow a particular code of conduct or "order". To discipline means to instruct a person to follow a particular code of conduct or order. In the field of child development, discipline refers to methods of modeling character and of teaching self-control and acceptable behavior. But it now carries a negative connotation because enforcement of order that is, ensuring instructions are carried out is often regulated through punishment. Just like with the [url=http://www.newsytype.com/12989-fight-with-wooden-sword/]Medieval hobbyist forces daughter to fight him with a wooden sword. I understand that a parent should discipline and punish their child when they have done wrong but using a wooden sword or any hard thing is not appropriate. He could have killed her thinking that the fight lasted for two hours.

You're also missing the point that prior to the forced battle the husband and wife beat their daughter.

Now I'm not sure if the couple used something 'hard' to beat the girl prior to the sword fight so I'm not sure if that would count as abuse in your eyes.


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verginiaB wrote:
In its original sense, discipline is referred to systematic instruction given to disciples to train them as students in a craft or trade, or to follow a particular code of conduct or "order". To discipline means to instruct a person to follow a particular code of conduct or order. In the field of child development, discipline refers to methods of modeling character and of teaching self-control and acceptable behavior. But it now carries a negative connotation because enforcement of order that is, ensuring instructions are carried out is often regulated through punishment. Just like with the [url=http://www.newsytype.com/12989-fight-with-wooden-sword/]Medieval hobbyist forces daughter to fight him with a wooden sword. I understand that a parent should discipline and punish their child when they have done wrong but using a wooden sword or any hard thing is not appropriate. He could have killed her thinking that the fight lasted for two hours.

Daddy can punish me with his hard thing any day.


chadnsc


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notapplicable wrote:
verginiaB wrote:
In its original sense, discipline is referred to systematic instruction given to disciples to train them as students in a craft or trade, or to follow a particular code of conduct or "order". To discipline means to instruct a person to follow a particular code of conduct or order. In the field of child development, discipline refers to methods of modeling character and of teaching self-control and acceptable behavior. But it now carries a negative connotation because enforcement of order that is, ensuring instructions are carried out is often regulated through punishment. Just like with the [url=http://www.newsytype.com/12989-fight-with-wooden-sword/]Medieval hobbyist forces daughter to fight him with a wooden sword. I understand that a parent should discipline and punish their child when they have done wrong but using a wooden sword or any hard thing is not appropriate. He could have killed her thinking that the fight lasted for two hours.

Daddy can punish me with his hard thing any day.

You like BEARS don't ya? Wink


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