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Response to mythology (Reply #13)

Fri Jan 11, 2013, 01:39 AM

16. if the man with downs syndrome

continues with this behavior, he will have much tougher lessons ahead for him. if he cannot control this type of behavior he should have an adult guardian when in public places and around children or animals. unfortunately, the tit for tat may have been the universe's idea of radical aversion therapy. no, i am not trying to be a smarty pants about this.

mythology, if it were your little black child who had just been kicked by a white man for no reason at all other than mean - ness, how would you have explained the white man's actions? how would you have used this as a "teachable moment for non-violence"? please answer. it is one thing to espouse idealisms and quite another to respond when confronted with reality.

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