Majority of children experience cyber-bullying on regular basis over time

Dec 30, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Medical News

Two out of three children have experienced bullying via the Internet or mobile phones according to a survey made by Telenor in 2008 in Norway.

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Erik

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Dec 30, 2010
 
I was bullied badly as a kid growing up in Norway, being part foreign. Norwegian women having kids with Germans during WW2 were treated dispicably and the kids were kept in the barns with farm animals and were fed animal food. There is much darkness and evil through the annals of Norwegian history. They are a contempable people, just as evil as the Nazi`s were Soon the world will wake up...
Igetit

Oslo, Norway

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Dec 30, 2010
 
Erik wrote:
Soon the world will wake up...
Erm no flower, why will the world wake up, Norway is just "there", not oa lot of people know geographicaly where Norway is, nor do they care, it's such a piss poor place it hasn't made any mark whatsoever on the outside world, say Norway to an outsider and they'll say Eurovision, Abba (who are 75% Swedish you morons) and Nobel, maybe a do gooder will say whale hunting but that's just about all Norway has to offer on the general knowledge front. the world doesn't need to wake up, it quite rightfully doesn't give a shit.
Erik

Brandon, FL

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Dec 30, 2010
 
Igetit wrote:
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Erm no flower, why will the world wake up, Norway is just "there", not oa lot of people know geographicaly where Norway is, nor do they care, it's such a piss poor place it hasn't made any mark whatsoever on the outside world, say Norway to an outsider and they'll say Eurovision, Abba (who are 75% Swedish you morons) and Nobel, maybe a do gooder will say whale hunting but that's just about all Norway has to offer on the general knowledge front. the world doesn't need to wake up, it quite rightfully doesn't give a shit.
yeah you`re right, i guess i just liked the sound of that last sentence(-:. but you`re right, who gives a shit about norway(-: i must ask you, as a briton in norway (british humour is just simply superior), how can you bare the banality of norwegian comedy? have you seen it, have you really listened to the content? take their sitcoms, have you ever watched any of them? what do you think?
Igetit

Oslo, Norway

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Dec 30, 2010
 
Erik wrote:
<quoted text>yeah you`re right, i guess i just liked the sound of that last sentence(-:. but you`re right, who gives a shit about norway(-: i must ask you, as a briton in norway (british humour is just simply superior), how can you bare the banality of norwegian comedy? have you seen it, have you really listened to the content? take their sitcoms, have you ever watched any of them? what do you think?
The secret is to get a parabol dish where you can sit back and watch Hyacinth Bucket on BBC Entertainment, the only Norwegian "comedy" I can stomach is Senkveld Med Tomas Og Harold, they are funny, but I'd end up punching the black haired one that sits on the right if I went out drinking with him.
Erik

Brandon, FL

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Dec 30, 2010
 
yepp, dvd`er og parabol antenne er det man trenger i norge for aa overleve(-:

if you`re wondering why i ponder on the subject of norway although i`ve moved out, i can answer that as shortly as possible. i have the most difficult and ferocious norwegian mother who does very little else than nag about how she wants me to live and does little else than brag about norway and constantly tells me how norway is best. all my life she avoided any support for me and my plans for my future, being more than happy seeing me miserable as along as she got what she wanted. now this sounds ridiculous if i were to tell you my age, so i`ll leave that aside. i am a responsible, educated and fairly intelligent man. but no matter what i do my mother is there to hound me with her critisism, even as an adult. it`s terrible, but unless it`s about loving norway, there`s nothing but grief from her. my dad is american and he also strongly dislikes norway and has for years tried to make my mom move back to usa where she lived as a youth. she left for america as an au pair in the 50s, and she had great jobs, good friends and very loving in laws there. she got in 68 and i came along eventualy. all of a sudden after my norwegian grandmother filled my mom with lies about all the stuff she`d get if she returned to norway, my parents moved there in 73. yes, she dragged me there as a 4 year old toddler. but she can`t stand that me and my wife prefers usa to norway and wants to live there as she did once. i think she`d rather see me dead than see me happy away from norway. she is brutal and totally narcisistic in her behavior, and gladly uses threats and very strong language if she gets upset. she ruined my life, it`s easy for me to say that with an honest heart. i`m an only child by the way. she hates my foreign wife and tried since the beginning to ruin our marriage. if i try to give her some negative fatcs about norway she`ll turn all red with hateful anger. she acts the same way with my dad. we`re visiting norway in january, she already has plans to threaten us to stay there after we arrive. we moved to usa this year so we are still just establishing ourselves. she is sick. and when my parents were here visiting us in usa she brought a load of preconceived negative attitudes with her, all mindless dribble of course.
well the story goes on and on and on and on....
so you see igetit, my deep frustration and resentment against norway is a very emotional issue for me, and i don`t care anymore who knows. it. i hated growing up in norway, and i didn`t realise this until i was in my 20s. the things all around me, the people, the attitudes, the customs, the immorality, the drinking etc just felt alien to me as i grew older. i regret strongly having lived so much of my life in norway. it was a wasted life as far as i`m concerned.
Igetit

Trondheim, Norway

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Dec 31, 2010
 
I's not Norway you hate, it's your mother. I don't hate my mother (when she's sober) but she has had a drink issue since I was 10(ish) and gets either hyperactively happy or suicidly depressed, and I despise the woman in that body as soon as a bottle opens. I'll only phone her or take calls from her when I know she's sober, she works full time so office hours are OK but I have to be careful at weekends. I'm not ashamed to say it but I've been to therapy as I was your original Mr Angry but it all came down to, you guessed it, Mum. Now I tell her to go forth and multiply when she phones me drunk, then I rip her to pieces the next day when she's sober for trying to contact me when drunk and then it stops for 6 months or so till she goes on one, gets depressed or euphoric and slips up again. Me moving to Norway nearly destroyed her, but it saved her&me I think.
But having said that, Norway is still a toilet and the locals are a free freak show.
So I know where you are coming from. ;-)
ojeje

Oslo, Norway

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Dec 31, 2010
 
Where did the comment about USA history go???? The one about indians, blacks, chinese ets????
Erik

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Dec 31, 2010
 
Igetit wrote:
I's not Norway you hate, it's your mother. I don't hate my mother (when she's sober) but she has had a drink issue since I was 10(ish) and gets either hyperactively happy or suicidly depressed, and I despise the woman in that body as soon as a bottle opens. I'll only phone her or take calls from her when I know she's sober, she works full time so office hours are OK but I have to be careful at weekends. I'm not ashamed to say it but I've been to therapy as I was your original Mr Angry but it all came down to, you guessed it, Mum. Now I tell her to go forth and multiply when she phones me drunk, then I rip her to pieces the next day when she's sober for trying to contact me when drunk and then it stops for 6 months or so till she goes on one, gets depressed or euphoric and slips up again. Me moving to Norway nearly destroyed her, but it saved her&me I think.
But having said that, Norway is still a toilet and the locals are a free freak show.
So I know where you are coming from. ;-)
Thank you for sharing your story, I appreciate it. But my mother is only one of my major issues with Norway, my other problems with Norway besides her are very real indeed. So the problem goes way beyond my mom. But she is the reason why my bad feeling for Norway are forever allowed to live on.... because she never lets up. If she backed off I could put the Norway experience behind me for good. But she`s always on me like stink on a monkey to piss me off any way she can(-: For over 2 decades it`s been this way. I compromised for many years by staying in Norway just because of her. That goes for my dad too. And so my resentment continues fruitfully. Happy New Years!

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