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26 / Male / San Jose, California
Business Student / Straight / Atheist

For Emily

Rest in peace, :icongumbah:. You were a wonderful friend.

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Malakith9701 Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, judging by you're new Deviant ID  and the decrease in depressing jounal entry's I'd say you're feeling better. Glad to see you've found something that makes you happy. Cutie Thumbs Up 
JordanTehMcCormick11 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
//Hey Neils! Do you do Art trades?
PurpleScorpion187 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
He is extremely busy these days and has quite a lot of weight on His shoulders, so i very much doubt it.
RockHead1989 Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014
Hey Niels I'm going to this event at the local high school tomorrow.

Some intolerant bullies decided to play a prank on a boy that has autism. They told him he was doing the ALS ice bucket challenge and filmed themselves dumping a bucket full of urine feces spit and cigarette butts on his head and to top it off they put it on the internet.

It makes me so mad how people can be so cruel to those with disabilities especially young people. having Aspergers Syndrome I had some pretty rough challenges at school thankfully nothing like though. but whenever I imagine going through what he did I feel like putting those karate lessons I took to good use!

I just need someone to talk to right now God I'm so disgusted.…
niels827 Featured By Owner Edited Sep 4, 2014
I've already read about it, and I'm not entirely sure how to respond. I've received more than my fair share of bullying, harassment, and taunting up until my junior year in high school, but I've never undergone anything more than a couple physical altercations, most of which left the perpetrator[s] much more battered than myself. No regrets. In fact, my only regret is not permanently paralyzing a couple of repeat offenders.

I was diagnosed with AS when I was four. Some people gave me crap for it, but far more people acknowledged its virtues over its drawbacks. I aced the spelling tests and geography quizzes. I got my 5th grade class a pizza party because I was the only person who could name one country that began with every letter of the alphabet (sans 'X') when our teacher made a bet that none of us could. For the longest time, I've had everyone around me tell me I was among the smartest people they knew, but I never saw it that way. I knew I was good at some things, but not others. However, I also knew plenty of people who were so fuckin' stupid, they couldn't hit water if they jumped from a boat.

Bullying will never go away. I condone groups and movements trying to eradicate it from schools, but it's a futile effort. Kids will be kids; even those raised properly and with good morale by their parents or guardians are guilty of it. Just like hypocrisy, it's part of a normal society. People who engage in bullying undergo lapses in their judgement, and chronic or habitual bullies do it because they lack both confidence and self-discipline. People like to pick on vulnerable targets like special needs kids or quiet people because they don't think they'll retaliate. This is what makes them incompetent cowards. But most are too young to realize the distinction, mainly because they live sheltered lives in their parents' homes and don't have a care in the world. They don't have to pay bills, feed their kids, worry about affording rent or car repairs, and deciding what they want to do in life. Once they grow the fuck up and reality sets in, they shouldn't undermine the importance of other people in their lives. But when you're in school, you couldn't care less.

For this reason, it doesn't bug me like it used to. I'm angered by it when it does happen and have even intervened once when I witnessed it a few years ago. What angers me more is when people past high school, in their 20s and up, engage in more "mature" forms of bullying; discrimination, rape, torture, battery, assault, robbery, racism, sexism, and driving like a complete and utter fuckwit. Once people graduate high school or pass into adulthood, their mental capacity and judgement ought to prevent them from engaging in any of the aforementioned. But they don't. Kids don't know better, but adults SHOULD. There's a reason bullying isn't regarded as a crime, and it's the same reason most juveniles are never punished the same way adults are if they commit the same crime; they lack maturity, judgement, and understanding.

All you can do is stand up for yourself the best you can and make sure you're prepared for the worst. I should say that I don't condone violence, but I'd be lying if I told you that you shouldn't kick the living shit out of some fuckin' bullying punk's ass.
RockHead1989 Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014
Thanks Niels Hopefully the police will throw the book at these lowlifes I just can't believe something like this could happen where I live. I mean I know can happen but I try not to think about it. 
niels827 Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014
This sort of thing happens every day, everywhere. We only know about this because it was posted to the internet. For every instance like this, there's another several hundred or thousand that go unreported. It's unfortunate, but it's reality. Just be glad things will only get better for you from hereon.
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kirby5321 Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014   Artist
Why hello there good sir! How are you today?
niels827 Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014
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clappingcelestia Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014  Student Artist
it might be a bit late but happy birth day
LinorLoveKyle1 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014
Sorry i didn't wrote.... HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! :D (Big Grin) Clap Hug Free Birthday Icon Happy Birthday Grin 
rikubattle Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014
Sorry for the delay, it took me a long time but hope you like it
KennMcCormick Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2014  New member Professional General Artist
Happy BirthdayHappy Birthday Godliek :D 
Samathou Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Birthday, man!
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