NSW now has the power to force people who have come into contact with a suspected case to stay in isolation if they refuse voluntary quarantine. So if you want to keep your freedom, deny all contact with anyone suspected of having swine flu and keep any flu symptoms you have quiet.
My interpretation of this is... bullying taught you some valuable life lessons (like just because you think you are really awesome doesn't mean everyone else believes it) and has made you a stronger person (for example, you don't determine your value based on the opinions of others).
I don't think physical beatings are acceptable... but anything else (name-calling and excluding people for example) is fine. It is what happens in the real world, kids need to get used to that.
Online bullying isn't as bad because it can easily be avoided by not going to a...
I'm not saying it is not illegal at all, I am saying it is not illegal at a personal level. If I am running a business and I refuse to hire black people for example, that is illegal discrimination. If I don't want to be friends with black person in my personal life and exclude them from my group...
This whole thing is ridiculous. Posting things on the Internet is not bullying. Kids need to learn to deal with people saying bad things about them. Trying to shelter them from it by making up terms like 'cyberbullying' and punishing people for making a funny website is fucking ridiculous.
Guy: (Beckons girl with finger)
Guy: Do you always cum when someone fingers you?
(Hand girl a napkin/towel/other similar thing)
Girl: What's this for?
Guy: To wipe off your face after I cum on it.
That section is probably the most lied on part of the census. People say they are religious because they used to be or because their family is and they want to fit in when they aren't actually religious at all. The % of people with no religion is in reality much higher.
On top of that you get...
I would prefer they use an empty room or some other place that is out the way. If people want to pray at uni that is their problem not the problem of other students or the university.
People should not be given special treatment because of their religion... not in Australia.