Should the Judge be Strict to Juvenile delinguent


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Yappy

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There was a news article in the paper accusing the judge for being too strict to Juvenile delinguent.

e.g. they were told to have a proper hair colour etc before attending the hearing. At time, their parents were also lectured by the judge...

What say you?
 

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of cos.



the stricter n fiercer, the beta. i'm from the old skool.
1st thing they ask u to cut your kiew moh... :bsmilie:

anyway, this guy trying to act cool lah, most lawyers will tell ppl to dress appropriate, cut decent hairstyle to get some points from judge...
 

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1st thing they ask u to cut your kiew moh... :bsmilie:

anyway, this guy trying to act cool lah, most lawyers will tell ppl to dress appropriate, cut decent hairstyle to get some points from judge...
i belif in the good old saying... spare the rod, spoil the child.
 

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Most kids have it too easy, spoilt and given alittle too much liberty. I am old school too to some extend but ya..some good old fashion ideals makes for good foundation to mould them especially to have a spine. I am all for talking sense and logic with them but if it fails and give you atitude...I say break out the butt basher and let it wail.

It's true that lawyers would ask you to smart up your appearance and present yourself better as part of the tactic to win sympathy. Facts of life. I alway feel that before anyone disipline my children...it is only right that it be me to do it first as by the time you need a judge to do that for you...you have failed as a parent. And if you side with him unreasonbly just because they are your flesh and blood ...you have fail society too and just as much the cause for what he/she did.
 

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i belif in the good old saying... spare the rod, spoil the child.
:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:

back in good old days, parents give canes to our teachers during teacher's day. i must say we were better behave than kids nowadays.
 

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:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:

back in good old days, parents give canes to our teachers during teacher's day. i must say we were better behave than kids nowadays.
i wonder what my grandparents give my parent's teacher thou... cos they said the same thing about them at their time... lol...

yours give cane, maybe your grandparents give metal rod... :devil:
 

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when no cane, go outside take tree brunch also can, with not pull ears also can. not enough? use ball point pen to poke cheeks and waist. talkative students? put chalks into the mouth lar. i think that is why i have strong bones.

nowadays, throw books out of classroom also cannot. that why student so out of control. see those kids on bus and compare them to the kids in 70s.
 

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when no cane, go outside take tree brunch also can, with not pull ears also can. not enough? use ball point pen to poke cheeks and waist. talkative students? put chalks into the mouth lar. i think that is why i have strong bones.

nowadays, throw books out of classroom also cannot. that why student so out of control. see those kids on bus and compare them to the kids in 70s.
70s no aircon...

so u the 60s ones?
 

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yah lo yah lo... last time kids were more disciplined... nowadays the kids are like sh*t man.. they don't have manners and they treat everything like the world owes them or something in a way... my own 3cents worth anws... cos i take class photos for schools...
gawd it was horrible...
sometimes i got bullied by the kids..
another thought..kids are damn daring too now... one actually flipped his middle finger at the cam when i took the photo... :sweat:
 

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yah lo yah lo... last time kids were more disciplined... nowadays the kids are like sh*t man.. they don't have manners and they treat everything like the world owes them or something in a way... my own 3cents worth anws... cos i take class photos for schools...
gawd it was horrible...
sometimes i got bullied by the kids..
another thought..kids are damn daring too now... one actually flipped his middle finger at the cam when i took the photo... :sweat:
its not daring lah... not even life threatening...

he just showing off his longest finger... u should show him yours... then his inferiority complex steps in... :devil:
 

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yah lo yah lo... last time kids were more disciplined... nowadays the kids are like sh*t man.. they don't have manners and they treat everything like the world owes them or something in a way... my own 3cents worth anws... cos i take class photos for schools...
gawd it was horrible...
sometimes i got bullied by the kids..
another thought..kids are damn daring too now... one actually flipped his middle finger at the cam when i took the photo... :sweat:
just invite him out and ask him to show that finger to everyone else. good things must share
 

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There was a news article in the paper accusing the judge for being too strict to Juvenile delinguent.

e.g. they were told to have a proper hair colour etc before attending the hearing. At time, their parents were also lectured by the judge...

What say you?
Its all about being respectful and having respect for authority (law, parents, teacher, police, etc)....sigh.

While outward appearance might not mean internal respect for others, nevertheless, you certainly need to dress appropriately for the occasion. You need to show respect for others.

Its certainly true that kids nowadays are brilliant and learn thins very fast with the huge inflow of information and better nutrition, they are still kids and need to be guided in the proper moral values and social behaviour.

Sigh! I am no longer considered young and cool anymore....:bheart:
 

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I await the parent who can rebuke the judge simply by saying that this is a courtroom, not a pulpit, and they are judges who are to pass verdicts and sentences, not give lectures and sermons.
 

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Today's kids do not know the meaning of respect. They just demand it on a platter. :nono:
 

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