I think online bullying hurts as much
as physical or verbal bullying. You can
block it online so you can't see it on
your computer, but you cannot get it out
of your life completely because others can
still see it on their computers.
the Internet you might meet some mean guys who call
you names, send virus emails to your mailbox, or
bother you by by sending you annoying text
a stranger does this to you, it's OK, not a big
problem. You can just block them your email contact
list and MSN messenger.
you receive annoying text messages on your cell
phone, you can use that phone and call 911.
if someone who knows you, your friends, and your
family does that to you, it is not the same because
the bully can send those terrible messages to
everyone you know.
one case, someone put a very common and normal
picture of a young student in China on the
could have known that many hackers would take his
picture and alter the picture in many different
ways for fun. Those pictures they made were funny,
and everybody liked the boy. We called him "Little
Fat Boy." I swear we were NOT calling him names or
trying to hurt him. It is just like a nickname that
means we like the young boy.
hackers were not doing it to bully, only for fun,
and the young boy is very cool in those
now I realize that online bullying hurts. If
everybody around me took those kind of pictures of
me and said "Little Fat boy" to me, I would feel
think online bullying hurts as much as physical or
verbal bullying. You can block it online so you
can't see it on your computer, but you cannot get
it out of your life completely because others can
still see it on their computers. We need to stop
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