In an interview with the Buffalo News, Pete was outraged: “The way we've been treated, I can't say it's anything other than being bullied.” In addition, he actively tried to comply with all the relevant paperwork before he started selling. He called town officials to see if any permits were needed and was informed he didn’t need any. Sadly, this is the third time in less than a month that a food truck has been forced to stop vending in Amherst without a permit.Read more »
Twin brothers Austin and Micah cant seem to get away from a high school bully. Bully Jordan is a high school jock and the son of a cop. Such a lethal combination makes life miserable for Austin and Micah. Mayhem Miller has a solution to their problem.Read more »
A rural Oregon man was sentenced Wednesday to 30 days in jail and over $1,500 in fines because he had three reservoirs on his property to collect and use rainwater. Gary Harrington of Eagle Point, Ore., says he plans to appeal his conviction in Jackson County (Ore.) Circuit Court on nine misdemeanor charges under a 1925 law for having what state water managers called “three illegal reservoirs” on his property – and for filling the reservoirs with rainwater and snow runoff.Read more »
A vague term in the bill forbids teens in Pennsylvania from disseminating something that causes another teen "emotional distress"...as if that is avoidable in the teen yearsRead more »
A teenaged girl in Eastern Quebec has become the latest victim of schoolyard bullying.Read more »
Special Needs Student tapes two teachers who verbally abuse her. Leads to one teacher resigning and the other getting "mandatory bullying training".Read more »
In a study of American children aged 11 and 12, researchers from UCLA compared those who stood up to aggressors with those who did not.
Children who returned hostility with hostility appeared to be the most mature, the researchers found. Boys who stood up to bullies and schoolyard enemies were judged more socially competent by their teachers. Girls who did the same were more popular and more admired by teachers and peers.
They did not study adults, but I'm sure we can draw our own conclusions regarding fines, traffic tickets, plea bargains, etc.Read more »
Out in my neck of the woods, a hazing incident happened on a bus that was making it's way back from a basketball game. A separate incident also occurred in the locker room. Both happened in January, and it's taken four months for charges to be filed, and it was only recently that it even became a criminal investigation.
I could bore you with the legalities, and how possible felony charges were originally considered, but instead, I'll ask a question:Read more »
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