Under Kira's supervision, according to the source, pledges in the incoming class were called names, berated for their perceived physical flaws and imperfections, and made to perform physical tasks to the point of bruising and exhaustion.
Nobody puts Baby on the floor.
But! Does he sell monogrammed coffee thermoses?
Even though I know a lot of parents don't get this, there really is a point in development—-which has nothing to do with the child's physical strength or size—-where spanking (a few pops with an open hand on the buttocks or a light smack on the wrist) actually does teach a lesson. Before about age 6 (or 4 in some…
^^ thank you for saying this. These words needed to be said very badly. It's nice to see someone humble enough to acknowledge that there are people who go about things differently than they, and that it's okay. I was spanked (not **whipped** but spanked) as a youth. The thought of me holding it against my parents…
I was going to say the exact same thing.
except that people are punished with death for crimes regularly. That seems like a pretty harsh physical punishment to me.
A bit off topic, but I doubt much or any of it was uncomfortable laughter. It was laughter at the absurd, and absurd things can - and often are - horrific. That's part of a [good] comic's genius: exposing the absurdity of our existence, whether disgusting, grotesque, or awe-inspiring.
whoa. None of those things you listed are spanking...
Hey I agree with you otherwise but "why is it okay to treat a child this way and not an adult" is an absurd way to frame this. We are allowed to do things to and for children legally under our care that we would never be allowed to do to an adult. The data itself speaks volumes.
Not being a parent, or anyone who plans on ever having children, I can't say that I have put much thought into spanking as discipline.
I read on some sports blog today a comment that said that, "I was hit by a switch as a child, and I turned out fine! All Peterson did was discipline his child!"
I could not agree more. Fake cheese is the devil's work. If you're a vegan fine, but don't make me something with "cheese" in it. Make me a nice vegetable stir fry. I'll eat the hell out it.
"It's rich in bunly goodness."
I'm just going to guess that there is very, very little risk Steven will impregnate a woman at "some college party" any time soon.
I'm really proud of the Hot Pocket one because I think it's relatable.
I have a few problems with alternative medicine:
You can prove quackery doesn't work a thousand times and the quacks (and quackees) just aren't going to believe it.
I bet his fedora collection is truly a sight to behold.