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Published: Friday, April 12 2013 10:15 p.m. MDT

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DVD
Taylorsville, 00

2 cases in the news (and many that don't make it that far) that involve young people doing incredibly wrong things to someone and then bragging about it as far as they can. In the 2 cases, rape, and then bragging about that rape to other folks that also pass the pictures along as though there wasn't anything wrong happening. At what point did rape (and some of these other things that get messaged virally) become acceptable to this group? Does the principle of consent not get taught at all in general? Do these folks grow up thinking that all other humans are just play toys to use, humiliate and destroy as they wish?

Superfluous
Anaheim, CA

Kids are cruel. They always have been, and always will be. Most grow out of it.

I'm not excusing what happened here. I'm just saying that being able to handle problems, and getting past problems is a much bigger priority to be drilled into your kids, than trying to punish ALL the idiots in the world.

the truth
Holladay, UT

@Superfluous

No.

The real priority is founding why our children are behaving so bad like this.

Why are they not getting the moral and values education they so gravely need?

And where are the parents?

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