Matt Cox is a father of four from Swenton, Ohio, who doesn’t mess around when it comes to teaching his children a lesson. After his daughter Kirsten got suspended from riding the bus for a second time as a result of her bullying another child, Cox decided he wasn’t going to give in to her request that he give her a ride. Instead, he would make her walk to school. The two-minute video showing Kirsten on her five-mile walk in 36-degree weather has been viewed over 15 million times. And naturally, parents have differing opinions about the punishment.

A bully daddy raised a bully child, how shocking. I’m sure if you ask him, he’s totally opposed to bullying and especially cyber-bullying.

What a nasty, stupid fuck.

10 thoughts on “Cyber-bullying”

  1. Actually, I think the punishment fit the crime quite well, myself.
    Although I don’t doubt that it may be the result of a guilty conscience on his part from, maybe, his own past bullying that would make him go all “Singaporean” on her.


    1. You are mistaking cause and effect. She learned to be a bulky from her father, not vice versa. Children don’t form their parents’ character. Parents form their children’s character. He’s the one who should do penance for inflicting a little bulky on the world.


      1. Then there’s influences from her aunts, uncles, cousins, peers, teachers.
        There’s never any one single causation.
        Plus…..there’s also the inborn personality one has.


  2. “I’m sure if you ask him, he’s totally opposed to bullying”
    He’s teaching her to engage in extreme bullying while preening and claiming the moral high ground.
    Poor kid, she’ll turn out to be a monster if he has his way….


    1. “Never ever use bad words, you fucking dumb bastard! Shut your mouth and tell me immediately where the candy is! Don’t speak ill of others like your idiot grandma, that evil bitch!”


  3. I’m generally in favor of natural consequences, such as “if you can’t behave on the bus, you don’t get to take the bus and will have to walk instead”. But I am completely opposed to the public shaming/bullying aspect displayed by the dad here.


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