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+14 1. lockandload commented 9 years ago

would have been a good view if it wasnt for the kids head in the way, he blocked the best part of the action
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+40 2. YetiGrowl commented 9 years ago

damn kid should have listened the first time!
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+59 3. Fergus_Thedog commented 9 years ago

Sure, the bus driver was in the wrong, and a bully, and an asshole, and a thug, and probably sick and tired of being treated like dirt.
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+27 4. Ieatfaces commented 9 years ago

There is always a head blocker(0:56) in vids theses days, lol
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+27 5. huldu commented 9 years ago

#3 Probably right. Cant blame them tho, there is a lack of respect these days. But you know what they say, what goes around comes around. When these kids turn adult, the next generation kids will treat them just as bad, or even worse. Thanks to the decline of respect every generation.
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+24 6. Licksgza commented 9 years ago

I actually, side with the river this time round. No kid should ever call an adult motherf**er. I only hope that the parents see the error of the kid and have him punished instead.If I had done it as a kid I would have gotten slapped. It is not child abuse, it is teaching your kids manners. Child abuse is when the kid ends up in hospital, or, worse. If they never learn resect at that age imagine how the pareants are treated when the kids are older. Sorry mom I don't like your lecture *and goes on to slap their parents*. Is this how we teach our children nowadays? Not to respect a figure of authority?
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+1 7. Gringo_el_Diablo commented 9 years ago

This is the same bus driver when he was a younger lad...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dncx6O5J4U
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-2 8. JaeMarie commented 9 years ago

#6

The problem isn't that the kids are supposed to be learning respect "at that age", the problem is that they should have good parents teaching them respect WAYYYYYYYY before they're ever ready to start going to school.

You'll never slap respect into anyone. The only thing that teaches is fear of getting slapped again, or worse. When parents lead by example and teach their children respect by guiding them, THEN children learn respect... and yes, I am a mother of 3 boys (who teachers consistently tell me are of the best behaved and most polite, helpful, and enjoyable kids.)

Lastly - "Child abuse is when the kid ends up in hospital, or, worse."

Really? I damn near choked on that comment. I have a friend who is dealing with an abusive ex (who the Department of Child and Family Services has investigated for a dozen or so reportings by the school, doctors, etc) is stuck having to turn her daughter regularly over to this monster. The bruises he leaves on her are always discreet, he plays a "game" of raising his arm to her face but only hits her some of the time, throws things at her, and while he hasn't locked her in a dog crate for a while, has threatened to kill her a number of times.

But I guess by your definition, that's not abuse. Maybe my friend just needs to wait it out till her daughter "ends up in hospital, or, worse" before she worries about it.
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+6 9. LQoQK commented 9 years ago

the bus driver can beat the hill out of him he didnt use exsisive force which that brat desearved. i dont see why he spent some time in jail?
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+12 10. benighted commented 9 years ago

#8 : You clearly didn't raise any children yet... Leading by example doesn't work at all. All you get from that is the kid thinking you're a weakling and becoming more distant. The way to teach is a mix of many. Slapping isn't the solution, but in extreme cases it's what makes them shut up and cancels their tantrum (it's the same with adults, eh?)
I'm pretty much SURE that the driver just snapped after lots of abuse from the kids. There's so much positive discrimination in this world that all of the "protected" have started becoming arseholes, knowing they're safe.

We accept that kids can start their sex life earlier but don't make them take resposibility for their actions earlier? why? If growth is faster now why shouldn't - for instance - jail come earlier? All the "protect the kids" bullcrap has made them into the perfect douchebags. Think.
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+3 11. archis commented 9 years ago

'' You'll never slap respect into anyone.'' Can not disagree more. Pain is the greatest teacher.
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+2 12. GhostInShell commented 9 years ago

its fun they show these videos out of full context. not excusing the driver thats wrong what he did but you dont just snap like that unless you have been abused somehow for months.
tbh i hope the parents of the boy and the girl give them what they deserve in this matter.
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+1 13. trendthrill commented 9 years ago

i'm a little surprised that virtually no one noticed that the bus driver was intending at first to attack the young girl and the young man who stood up and used "inappropriate, disrespectful language" was attempting to draw his attention from her onto himself. i'm glad his upbringing and personal morals have brought him as far as to believe that men shouldn't hit women.

kids are kids, and always will be kids. they're known to push limits and test buttons. if you have rage issues, perhaps it's best to know your limits and acknowledge when it's the most professional decision to back out of a job that you cannot emotionally handle.
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+5 14. gendarme commented 9 years ago

What a torture that job might be! All day surrounded by screaming little imbeciles... :|
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+4 15. Sizzlik (admin) commented 9 years ago

agree with #11 ..parants should slap their kids when they are bad (Russel Peters reference :P ) As kid i got slapped on my ass when i was bad or disrespectfull to my parents. Well..it worked..i have respect for other older people or parents. I dont say abuse your kids or beat them up..but a slap on the butt as kid from time to time works better then just say "Noooo..dont do that"...as hard as its sound..kids need to know where their place is from the beginning..esp. in these days..just because kids dont get their butt slapped they become bullys and jerks nowadays.
Ass whooping FTW
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0 16. YetiGrowl commented 9 years ago

any kid who doesn't respect an adult when told to sit down and calls them a "motherfucker" clearly has zero respect for their elders. i work with kids for a living and the kids who are little jerks like this are the ones with terrible parents who could give a shit about what they do daily. it's very sad, but at least myself and the people i work with can help be these kids parents and teach them to respect their elders.
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-1 17. Diana86 commented 9 years ago

the kid was right...he is a m.f.
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0 18. bajs333 commented 9 years ago

ZzZZZZzzZZ sooo oooold!
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0 19. JaeMarie commented 9 years ago

#10 "You clearly didn't raise any children yet..."

You're right - I'm not FINISHED raising my children, but I am raising them now. I bust my ass to take care of them, sit with them and help with homework, ask them about school, friends, etc, and pay attention to them.

"Leading by example doesn't work at all. All you get from that is the kid thinking you're a weakling and becoming more distant."

So, kids don't pick up behaviors from their parents? Disrespectful adults don't tend to raise disrespectful kids? I guarantee you that my kids don't think I'm a weakling just because I don't slap them around, and they're anything but distant.

My parents never laid a hand on me, other than the occasional pop on the butt as a little kid (which I've done with my own kids as well, if they were endangering themselves or someone else.) They raised me to respect them (not just by laying down rules, but by SHOWING ME what respect for others looked like) and had very high expectations of me. I never DREAMED of smarting off to my parents or stepping out of line. They always knew where I was, I never got into trouble at school, I never drank, smoked, or tried drugs and *gasp* I know this is hard to believe these days, but I also wasn't having sex (so I reject the "We accept that kids can start their sex life earlier" part, because not EVERYBODY accepts it.) My parents worked hard at doing a good job, and I'm following their lead.

If parents are willing to put the effort into their kids where the kids need support and supervision, there wouldn't be so many "douchebag" kids. Track down the douchebags and look at their lives. Do they have parents who did their best to give little Johnny whatever he WANTED, or what he actually NEEDED? Do those kids have responsibilities/chores to do, or do they come home and play on the computer and X-Box all night?

"Think."

Thank you, I did ;) .
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0 20. zf1 commented 9 years ago

well said #19

sorry but i cant condone any form of child abuse. i dont give a damn how you justify it.

now dont get me wrong, im not saying that a slap on the but is the same as being beaten, tormented, enslaved, tortured and neglected....

believe me i know

however, there are logical solutions to this problem.

i can tell you this, the first step in teaching a child to be a good and respectful person is to be good and respectful yourself. let them learn from example.

also, make sure you praise them when they do good. and keep in mind that if you snap at them its only because you are angry yourself and that they are just going to learn from that example. people wonder why their children act out in public with tantrums.

if your wondering how to keep them in line? well, there is this trick that is used by school teachers. its called a sticker system. what you do is reward them with stickers on a calendar (etc) for good behavior, and take away stickers for bad behavior. you find out what their currency is (toys, etc...(except junk food)) and you allow the stickers to be credited toward that currency, as if they were money. trust me, it works... and it works well. dont believe me? try it. ;)
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+2 21. YetiGrowl commented 9 years ago

#20 stickers dont work for every kid. some dont give a fuck about a piece of paper that sticks to a chart. trust me ;)
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+1 22. richardleed commented 9 years ago

Should be sending the child's parent to jail for breeding a psychotic kid.