July 21, 2009 at 3:47 PM
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“I can guarantee you that if she didn’t go on the internet on Friday night she’d still be alive today.” Jill and Kevin’s Wedding Entrance
Jose Antonio | July 28, 2009 at 7:13 AM
What a nice blog you have got. About the Internet being guilty for this girl commiting suicide, I think this is just not true. The problem is bullying. As teachers we have to be aware of this and try to prevent it from happening in our classes.
The girl in case was problably already depressed and suicidal and bullying just made it worse. Her depression and other problems might have been caused by bullying that may happen anywhere, using any means, not just the net.
I think the net is just like any other evironment and there are good and bad things happening in the cyberspace.
All the best
Jose Antonio | July 28, 2009 at 7:20 AM
Hi again Paulo,
Now I realized, I have talked about something else. I read some news about a related issue on yahoo.
However, the main idea is still the same. Violence exists and cannot be justified. He sure should serve jail time. What he did was terrible.
Vanda Fliess | August 9, 2009 at 9:19 PM
Well… How can I say he’s really sorry???
How can I assure he’ll never do that again, either?!
But I really wish that I myself and everybody else could learn from the mistakes we make and we could also do our best NOT to do stupid things over and over again…
The fact is that although we may regret,
consequences are still there!!!
Regret is NOT able to “fix” things this easily… =/
We do have to pay somehow for what we’ve done.
So, I believe Chris should serve some jail time, for sure!!!!!!
Raíra | August 12, 2009 at 4:31 PM
I don’t believe in his excuses . Actually, I think that he wants to be okay with all the people who admired and always ended up disappointed with him, which must be very sad. He doesn’t want to lose the fans who always supported him, but his apologizes sounds very wrong.
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