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Go put your head under a piledriver, please.
3/2/2008 8:44:03 AM
I hope your child beats you for crapping yourself when you are old and she is taking care of your crazy, abusive fundie asses. May you reap what you sow.
3/2/2008 8:49:54 AM
I think that Belt you got fucked you up.
3/2/2008 9:30:55 AM
You're wrong. You're not a good person because you're abusing your own child. My parents used physical force with me and my other siblings for a short while (they stopped when I was about 6, but they stopped all of it at the same time for all of us, and never did it at all with my younger sister who is 9 years younger than me) and I'll never forget it. I didn;t feel humbled or anything ridiculous like that. I wanted revenge and felt I should hurt my father for him hurting me. It didn't do any of the wonderous things the Bble says it should do. It made me think violence is ok, and it wasn't until I got a proper eduacation tha tI learned contrary.
3/2/2008 11:34:19 AM
Whipping causes fundiesm? Scary
3/2/2008 11:54:58 AM
Wow, just sick.
3/2/2008 12:21:31 PM
A BDSM fetishist who's going a bit too far with their interests, methinks...
3/2/2008 12:45:40 PM
Nah, BDSM enthusiasts use the phrase 'Safe, sane and consensual' and have safe-words.
Children cannot give consent, whipping a five-year-old with a belt isn't safe and no matter what the child says the fundie isn't going to stop.
I could make a good argument that people who want to take a strap to small children aren't sane either.
3/2/2008 1:06:54 PM
I am glad my parents were strict with me because I think I turned into a good person.
A good person who bruises a six year-old's bottom with a belt.
3/2/2008 1:35:48 PM
I feel sick.
3/2/2008 1:59:39 PM
Child abuse apologist.
Is there any sin that Christians will not do this for? This is the kind of thing that makes me believe atheists have the moral high ground over Christians.
3/2/2008 2:34:22 PM
Pass on that child abuse, asshat!
3/2/2008 4:29:43 PM
It's like this performing bear I saw when I went to Russia, it's master whipped it pretty brutally but I'm sure it would have wanted it that way because it grew up to know how to dance on top of a huge ball and it never seemed to want to bite anyone or anything, it just sat in the corner of it's cage with it's head down, like a good bear should.
3/2/2008 4:53:37 PM
That's funny. My mother managed to be strict with me without beating the crap out of me.
3/2/2008 5:57:09 PM
Why is it the advocates of spanking always point out how many times they were spanked as a child? It seems to me thats evidence that spanking aparently didn't do anything!
3/2/2008 6:58:43 PM
"I am glad my parents were strict with me because I think I turned into a good person"
Your daughter disagrees.
3/2/2008 7:27:35 PM
A few smacks with an open had are one thing. Beating a five year old girl with a weapon is quite another. Git.
3/2/2008 9:08:45 PM
Please, please, please be a troll.
3/2/2008 9:23:09 PM
Spanking is one thing. If I see a kid going for an electrical socket with a fork or reaching for a boiling kettle, you can bet your ass that I'm going to smack his hand away from that. It's quick and extreme correction from what would be an even more threatening event.
Beating a kid with a spatula is a totally different thing though. Why does an adult need an instrument to beat a 5 year old girl?
There is only one reason I can think of; and that is to inflict pain. Nothing more. It's not punishment, its not corrective, its just pain, pure and simple. Travis and Jill feel that loving their children means inflicting pain on them.
If I honestly knew where to report this I would.
Damn it, Phönix you beat me to it and summed it up better than I could :)
3/2/2008 9:28:25 PM
Now, I was spanked as a child, and it made my arse red for about a minute or so afterwards, and was probably the only thing that would stop me being a petulant little git, but 20 or so years later, I can say I now trust the hand that my parents used, but A BELT?!!?!!?
3/2/2008 11:22:39 PM
Why does an adult need an instrument to beat a 5 year old girl?
It psychologically separates you from the harm you are doing - you can no longer feel the same pain you are inflicting on your own hand. The notorious Milgram experiment demonstrated the restraining effect of "physical immediacy" on those inflicting punishment quite well. The more "removed" from the victim the subject is, the less likely they are to question their orders or rethink their actions on moral grounds.
3/3/2008 12:02:15 AM
You learn something new every day :)
3/3/2008 11:05:07 AM
No, sorry. I'm just not seeing the connection.
3/3/2008 12:18:07 PM
It's time to use the cluebelt on travisandjill.
3/3/2008 1:11:25 PM
Several months ago, I made my daughter right a 100 word essay on why she lies and why it is wrong and she hasn't lied since--of course taking TV away for a week helped a little, too. I haven't even caught her doing the thing she lied about, or rather not doing the thing she lied about, i.e., chores. I think I'll keep doing it my way instead of "God's" way.
3/3/2008 3:44:57 PM
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