Share if you are against bullying!

I am sharing the video, Share if you are against bullying! via Tapoos.

To view the video in a new browser window, open this embedded link.

That video really hits home with me.

I remember a previous Roland’s Ramblings of February 2, 2011, in which I wrote, in part:

As a young child, I was taunted and called names by other children, as most of us have experienced. Heck, throughout my adult life, I have been taunted and called names.

But you know what? Now, even in my older adult years, people are still calling me nasty names, taunting me, and belittling me in a bullying-type manner; but nowadays, those gutless wonders, those less-than-intelligent people, do not have the courage to do so to my face. Now, they do their name-calling and engage in bully tactics on the internet, places like Facebook and blogs and internet bulletin boards and so on and so forth.

I was reminded of that entry and other writings I have posted on the topic of bullying in a variety of places on the internet, including the Roland’s Ramblings Keep Schools Safe that I posted on October 26, 2006 and the Roland’s Ramblings Cyberbully that I posted on April 1, 2007. You may read both of those blog entries simply by following the embedded link contained within the title of each.

I especially remember the message thread, DO YOU BELIEVE THAT BULLYING IS WRONG?, that I initiated March 30, 2012 on the internet website SwampBubbles. You may read that message thread, if you so wish, by following the embedded link contained within its title.


About Roland Louis Hansen

I have been: an organization development consultant; a college-level instructor of political science, psychology, and sociology; a public administrator; a social worker; an elected official; a political operative; a community activist; a union official; a shoe salesman and manager, a factory worker; a fast food restaurant employee; and, a custodian.
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