OH MY GOD I LOVE IT SO MUCH (in Links)


QBOddBird October 12 2010 1:08 AM EDT

http://funnyvideos.todaysbigthing.com/2010/10/11

JUSTIN BIEBER HATING HAS TO STOP
OR ELSE

QBOddBird October 12 2010 1:14 AM EDT

wait, nvm, if an admin would please delete this... I forgot, he uses profanity in the video like...twice. =|

DoS [Battle Royale] October 12 2010 1:17 AM EDT

Haha, my uncle works for the FCC!

Demigod October 12 2010 1:22 AM EDT

This isn't cool. You really shouldn't make fun of Marl's videos.

QBOddBird October 12 2010 1:22 AM EDT

are you gonna take that marl??

AdminNemesia [Demonic Serenity] October 12 2010 1:23 AM EDT

This is soo not a big deal, it is kind of funny though.

Invader Sye October 12 2010 1:26 AM EDT

He should die, not because he likes beiber, but because he cares about what the haters say.

Gunny Pew Pew [Red Permanent Assurance] October 12 2010 3:23 AM EDT

Wish he could hold an ounce, nay a gallon, of what is proclaimed for many great reasons.
Can't imagine the headlines but,"Man fired from FCC for connections to sharing company information on a website hosted by his 14-year-old nephew." and "Justin Beiber speaks out against internet terrorism against parties for disliking his music." would be ridiculously awesome for starters.
My heart would grew three sizes that day. Make it so pre-puberty chum.

Marlfox [Cult of the Valaraukar] October 12 2010 7:02 AM EDT

My initial reaction to this was, how could anyone be so mind-numbingly stupid? Then I looked at his channel on Youtube... wow. I've never seen so many hateful comments all in one place.
Now, I really just feel sorry for the kid.

Gunny Pew Pew [Red Permanent Assurance] October 12 2010 9:56 AM EDT

I really want this kid plastered across cable news.

Underage Drinking October 12 2010 8:30 PM EDT

I hope they flame him so he can do a crying Vblog, like this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VKYYbwyWtQ


there are some very hilarious quotables from the father.

Zenai October 12 2010 10:50 PM EDT

Geeze........I feel for both of these kids but by doing what they are doing it's just making them bigger targets. It's sad really considering that most of these kids that get targetted end up either killing others, themselves or both.

Gunny Pew Pew [Red Permanent Assurance] October 12 2010 11:05 PM EDT

Mostly themselves since they are self centered to begin with.

Zenai October 12 2010 11:16 PM EDT

Mostly is splitting hairs when one takes out half a school with them. It tends to make things more prevalent especially if you knew one or one of them killed a friend or family member.

Gunny Pew Pew [Red Permanent Assurance] October 13 2010 12:41 PM EDT

That might be the rare outcome from having actual bullies, not cyber bullies. If some herd of anon hate comments can drive one to murder then that person was frantically disturbed already and we should blame the parents.

Demigod October 13 2010 12:53 PM EDT

It's sad really considering that most of these kids that get targetted end up either killing others, themselves or both.

What kind of freaky school do you work in where most of the kids who get bullied end up killing people?

οΎ… then that person was frantically disturbed already and we should blame the parents.

We should blame the parents for having kids who are mentally ill?

SundariZelia [The Knighthood] October 13 2010 1:15 PM EDT

If the parents don't notice there's something wrong with the kids until they end up killing someone, then yes, we should blame them.

Zenai October 13 2010 1:29 PM EDT

Level of school, area or wealth has no bearing on whether or not this can happen. It doesn't take much and it can happen at any where just add in the right ingredients and there you go.

Gun: Some just do not know how to deal with certain situations, this doesn't mean a bad upbringing or bad parents. All this means is that they do not have experience to fall back on, and unfortunately not everything can be taught to everyone. Mental stability or lack thereof has nothing to do with it, it's the perception of who is dealing with it. The Fight or Flight Response can be triggered by any perceived threat. Some take it further than others and end up hurting or even taking the life of others. Once it is done then some cannot live with what they have done and end themselves.

The Perfect Storm as we call in Security and Law Enforcement Circles.

Gunny Pew Pew [Red Permanent Assurance] October 13 2010 3:35 PM EDT

Preaching to the choir. Don't think we are on the same page. Trolls can be ignored, avoided, and even reported. Strictly cyber bullying by people unknown cannot end in death(s) unless there was some huge personal issues. The chances of murder and suicide from online trolling is slim to none on a lotto level. Unless you can prove I can kill children with a meaningless text message, don't care to see where you are going with this.

Zenai October 13 2010 6:08 PM EDT

Gun: The most powerful thing Man has ever truly had is his/her Words. Words can build a person up and can cause a person to break. Whether that build up/break is internal or external doesn't matter it still happens. It's all about that persons perception at that particular time bro. A well placed sentence or phrase can make or break a persons day in the blink of an eye. This can cause any number of things to happen including suicide and murder.

As far as ignoring and the like true but this is also something learned and not all people know how to do it no matter how simplistic this principle might seem.

Bottom line yes words are mightier than the sword and twice as sharp.

Gunny Pew Pew [Red Permanent Assurance] October 13 2010 6:42 PM EDT

I ain't your bro, friend. ~commits suicide~

Zenai October 13 2010 7:03 PM EDT

I see no Humor in that but to each his own. Just know something you say (no matter the medium) could be the difference in someone else's life.

QBOddBird October 14 2010 9:45 AM EDT

If the parents don't notice there's something wrong with the kids until they end up killing someone, then yes, we should blame them.

QFT

QBBast [Hidden Agenda] October 16 2010 8:42 PM EDT


Kudos to him for not having the Bieber hair.

Gunny Pew Pew [Red Permanent Assurance] October 17 2010 5:18 PM EDT

Kid broke 1mil views. Come on, baby, make it to primetime.

QBOddBird October 18 2010 8:58 AM EDT

PUNCH 'EM IN THE FACE, BIEBS, THIS IS YOUR FINEST HOUR

YOU WILL WIN THIS BIEBER-HATER WARRR
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