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Man teaches his cousin a lesson

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some people may disagree, but his actions seem appropriate to me. If more people taught young people about stealing, staying out of trouble, respecting other people, and put them in their place every once in a while the world would be a better place.



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meant to say "cousins" in the title...not uncle and nephew. Mods feel free to change it.

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Ass whoopings made me the man I am today.
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I don't think parents should their kids like that (And I know this is his cousin, which is fine IMO), but every kid needs someone like that in their life to knock some sense into them. Half of the Auburn football team needs this right here.
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i see stupid slapping stupid in this video...no lesson here...

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Don't agree with someone hitting a kid like that

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Good. the more beating you get as a kid the better.

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View PostGoDores, on 26 November 2012 - 01:08 PM, said:

Don't agree with someone hitting a kid like that

I think the point was that the kid, who is probably 16 or 17, thought he was a man and found out that he isn't yet.


Edit: Oh, the video says he is 17. Didn't see that before posting...

Edited by Neil Caudle is Superman, 26 November 2012 - 01:13 PM.

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Some kids take harsher teachings than others. Let's be real, look at the guys and their situation, it's not like a timeout would work. You never k ow, he may change this kids life. My dad never put his hands on me like that, he had a belt. That's what worked for us, if it didn't I have no doubts he would have found something that did.

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So it sounds like this kid stole his older cousins PS3 and then boasted in public/family that he'd beat his cousin's ass if he did anything about it? That's the gist right? If so, he had it coming. Not like he can be put in timeout...
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View PostTheRealBrave, on 26 November 2012 - 01:32 PM, said:

So it sounds like this kid stole his older cousins PS3 and then boasted in public/family that he'd beat his cousin's ass if he did anything about it? That's the gist right? If so, he had it coming. Not like he can be put in timeout...
Yeah, that's pretty much it. And lulz at the people saying he's a kid. As it was stated in the video he had already beat up another adult and he's 17. If his cousin had pressed charges for the theft he would go to trial as an adult right?? I think this message and punishement was a little better than pressing charges.