That's What Friends Are For. Not.

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    Justine Williams, 14-Year-Old Cancer Survivor, Finds Out Cyberbully Is Best Friend
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    the sense of humor of today's generation boggles me.

    I'm pretty sure such are in a minority, but reports about the well-behaved ones get drowned out.

    Most likely deemed "Not as entertaining" by the mainstream media.
     
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    I'm not sure that's indicative of humor. The fact that it's her best friend...it's maliciousness but possibly mental illness, too. I mean, adolescents are crazy, but telling her she's going to rape her? That's just weird.
     
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    I have had incidents of adolescents sneaking up behind and screaming in my ear in an attempt to get a reaction out of me. I saw them do this to various other victims, both younger and much older.

    I blamed MTV at one time since they had shows that televised doing things to strangers - yes, I suppose this is different, unless the TV program victimized friends as well (I don't have TV since they started showing this kind of crap)

    I will meditate on it further -
     

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