Tag: Fat

Fat Bully Picks On Wrong Kid (Video)

Skinny Kid Tormented At School, But Bullies Missed One Big Thing About Him – Mad World News

Never judge a book by its cover. The well-known saying may seem cliché. However, it’s relatively powerful when used metaphorically as opposed to just in a literal sense, and the latest viral video is a clear indicator. School bullies thought one kid was a pushover simply because he was skinny and appeared frail, but he was about to show them the one big thing they missed about him.

Maybe no one told them “skinny” could also mean lean and fit, but one bully quickly learned that the boy’s stature had no impact on his strength because he missed one major detail about him. Now, that reason has made this video absolutely epic and you’ll probably smile when you see what happens.

Footage of yet another schoolyard fight has surfaced online. The video begins with the bully instigating a fight, and it doesn’t take long before his wish is granted, but he definitely got more than he expected. Apparently, the skinny kid is actually a boxer. Maybe if the bully had known that, he would have refrained from embarrassing himself. After two swings, the skinny kid lit into him with a series of punches.
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The bully spent most of his time shielding himself from the relentless blows the kid delivered. At one point, the bully was able to stop the skinny kid from swinging by attempting to tackle him, but his hold didn’t last long. After several seconds, the skinny kid began swinging again. By the end of the video, the bully is seen walking away from the fight he actually started, and it’s quite clear who the winner is.

This video is exactly why you should never judge a book by its cover. Strength comes in all shapes, forms, and sizes. It’s quite obvious this kid isn’t the pushover he was initially pegged to be. It’s probably safe to say this bully will no longer pick fights with kids based on their size alone.

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Fat, Stupid, Democrat Councilman Urges Constituents To Hurl Rocks, Bricks And Bottles At Police (Video)

Mississippi Democrat Urges Constituents To Hurl Rocks, Bricks And Bottles At Police – Gateway Pundit

Mississippi Democrat Kenneth Stokes urged his community this week to hurl rocks, bricks and bottles at police.

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His bio page says Councilman Stokes always puts God first.

Stokes says his constituents should throw rocks, bricks and bottles at police.
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The Epoch Times reported:
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A Mississippi councilman has sparked controversy after calling for dramatic action against police.

Kenneth Stokes, a councilman in Jackson Ward, says he wants his constituents to send a message to police officers from other jurisdictions who chase misdemeanor suspects through their territory.

“What I suggest is we get the black leadership together, and as these jurisdictions come into Jackson we throw rocks and bricks and bottles at them. That will send a message we don’t want you in here,” he said, reported WLBT.

Stokes also said he’s looking into suing police from other jurisdictions who enter Jackson Ward.

According to Stokes’ bio on the Ward’s website, he was first elected in 1989. He served for six terms before becoming a county supervisor, but returned to the council in a special election after his wife was made a county judge.

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Government Malfeasance Update: Feds Spend Over $3.5M To Find Out Why Most Lesbians Are Fat

U.S. Taxpayers Fork Out More Than $3.5M To Find Out Why 75% Of Lesbians Are Obese – Daily Mail

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has now spent over $3.5 million of taxpayer’s money to try and determine why the majority of lesbians in the US are obese.

The study entitled, ‘Sexual Orientation and Obesity: A Test of a Gendered Biopsychosocial Model,’ is aimed at concluding why nearly three-quarters of adult lesbians are dangerously overweight.

The study is also investigating why heterosexual men are twice as likely to be obese when compared to gay males.

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Fat disparity: The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has now spent over $3.5 million of taxpayer’s dollars in an effort to determine why the majority of lesbians in the U.S. are obese

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‘It is now well-established that women of minority sexual orientation are disproportionately affected by the obesity epidemic, with nearly three-quarters of adult lesbians overweight or obese, compared to half of heterosexual women. In stark contrast, among men, heterosexual males have nearly double the risk of obesity compared to gay males,’ says the study.

The NIH has cited public health and the risks associated with obesity in their continued funding of the project.

The study first began in 2011 and it will continue until June of next year.

Free Beacon reports that the total funding for the research is now $3,531,925. Funding has more than doubled since the study was first reported on by CNSNews.com in 2013.

A scientific paper associated with the study asserted that lesbians have lower ‘athletic-self esteem’ that could be linked to higher rates of obesity.

A separate research paper found that lesbians are more likely to see themselves as a healthy weight even if they are not.

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Athletic confidence: A scientific paper associated with the study asserted that lesbians have lower ‘athletic-self esteem’ that could be linked to higher rates of obesity and that they exercised fewer hours when compared to their heterosexual female peers

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A study published last month by the project’s lead investigator, S. Bryn Austin, concluded that young gay and bisexual men were more concerned with being lean than their heterosexual male counterparts . The study found that both heterosexual and homosexual males were concerned with their muscles at a young age.

‘Latent transition analyses revealed that sexual minority males (i.e., mostly heterosexual, gay, and bisexual) were more likely than completely heterosexual males to be lean-concerned at ages 17-18 and 19-20 years and to transition to the lean-concerned class from the healthy class,’ said the scientific paper.

‘There were no sexual orientation differences in odds of being muscle-concerned.’

The study also investigated body issues among young men and suggested that they should be screened to ensure they didn’t have too much of a preoccupation with their biceps.

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