With child discipline, physical punishment or verbal reasoning when parent is loud and abrupt, may lead to aggression, finds global study (n=215,885). Long-term actions by parents (letting children know they are loved, spending time and listening to them) are better than nonviolent discipline. news.umich.edu/explainingโ€ฆ
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TIL that a school principal once made a student who'd gotten into trouble sit in the basement & read the U.S. Constitution as punishment. That student (who committed the Constitution to memory as a result) was Thurgood Marshall, who went on to become the first Black Supreme Court justice. uscourts.gov/educational-โ€ฆ
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"There is a notion that the EU is punishing us. That our exports have to jump through more hoops than e.g. Norwegian products. This is what we agreed to. What we wanted. We didn't opt for the Norway model (e.g. alignment). This is not punishment, this was our choice." twitter.com/AnnaJerzewskaโ€ฆ
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Fining people a fixed amount of money for breaking the law is dumb because the wealthier you are, the lesser the punishment.

A fine should be based on a percentage of the personโ€™s annual income. This way, the punishment would me more fair for everyone and wealthier people would have a punishment that actually affected them as much as others.

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Top Mind polls nnn seeking punishment(s) for โ€œanti-handshakers.โ€
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[Michael Cox] Luiz trips his opponent (even though he didnโ€™t mean to) which means itโ€™s a foul. He didnโ€™t go for the ball, so itโ€™s a red. Itโ€™s an astonishingly harsh punishment for something accidental, but thatโ€™s the reality. The โ€œdouble jeopardyโ€ revision probably needs a slight rewrite. twitter.com/zonal_markingโ€ฆ
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America's national healing depends on Donald Trump facing real punishment salon.com/2021/01/26/amerโ€ฆ
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Because we have a system of punishment, not justice.
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The death penalty is fundamentally a poor personโ€™s issue. Capital punishment means โ€œthose without capital get the punishment.โ€ Abolish the death penalty now!
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Dogs trained using punishments for incorrect behavior show evidence of higher stress and anxiety levels compared to dogs trained with reward-based method. Dogs from aversive method schools also responded more pessimistically to ambiguous situations. eurekalert.org/pub_releasโ€ฆ
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This is a Nordic prison, which focuses on rehabilitation rather than punishment
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Crime and Punishment

I just finished Dostoevskyโ€™s Crime and Punishment today. It's definitely of the most brilliant books Iโ€™ve ever read. It asked some deep philosophical questions that are probably far beyond my capacity to answer, but are interesting to think about nonetheless.

Before reading, I had a surface-level understanding of what the book was (a critique of nihilism/utilitarianism/rational egoism), but I was not expecting it to be that profoundly deep and psychological. I was absolutely blown away by how accurately and concisely he pins down some of the eccentricities of the human mind. I think we all have a little bit of Raskolnikov in us.

Not to mention the story itself was very gripping and thrilling. It took a little bit to get into at first, but once the plot started to unfold, my mind was utterly and inescapably captivated.

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TIL Psychology research shows that people love to hate do-gooders (especially at work). Highly co-operative and generous people can attract hatred and social punishment, especially in competitive circumstances. news.uoguelph.ca/2018/07/โ€ฆ
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Work is punishment

No one asked to be born. And then we're expected to toil 40+ hrs per week in order to "prove" that we're valuable enough to not die? That's fucked.

The very idea that we be allowed to exist comfortably without sacrificing at least 50% of our waking lives during our best years is still entirely offensive to large swathes of modern society. This is so sad.

The argument that ancient humans had to work to survive doesn't hold up in the modern era when we could easily provide a comfortable life for everyone if we wanted to (prehistoric humans didn't even have to work as much as we do now and they were the direct beneficiaries of their own labour) so this is cop-out excuse. Stubbornly applying the law of the jungle/savannah to modern life is absurd and nonsensical because the same rules don't apply anymore. It's a failure of imagination to keep thinking this way and a symptom of backwards morality.

The promise of the agricultural revolution to provide us with easier lives unfortunately had the opposite effect. It trapped us in a situation where we had to work harder than our hunter/gatherer ancestors in order to survive. Then we built beliefs/ideologies around this to keep us going because we had to.

Then literally thousands of years later agricultural revolution finally started to pay off with the industrial revolution and there was talk of less work and more leisure for everyone. But that never happened because we weren't able to ditch our outdated beliefs around "hard work" that were the psychological crutch we needed to get us to this point. (I'd argue that this was the fuel that allowed capitalism to metastasize into the abomination that it is today.)

Now, mass automation is on the horizon and most people see this as a threat instead of an opportunity (or they aren't paying attention). We finally have the chance to reclaim the most precious non-renewable resource in existence (time) and we're still sooo hung up on the morality of not working ourselves to the bone.

Like, wtf is the point of all this "PrOgrEsS" if we don't ever get to experience the fucking benefits? And we really don't because we just. Don't. Get. Fucking. Time. To. As a human being with a life, why would you honestly not want to have more time? Seriously, why would this be a bad thing?

Automating away all the bullshit jobs and allowing everyone the dignity and power of deliberately choosing to serve society in the way that most suits them would have so many beneficial flow on

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The amount of black, hispanic and asian families who use physical violence as punishment is disgusting

I feel this is unpopular in minority communities mainly African American

Now I myself am an African American and have been whooped as a child so this is coming from personal experience I apologize for grammar and punctuation in advance

Spanking or whooping is a cop out and a lazy parenting tactic seen as acceptable in these families because โ€œthey turned out fineโ€ spanking your child just lessons there respect for you instead of taking the time to teach them youโ€™d rather beat there ass

As a child I didnโ€™t care about spankings when I got them they were for relatively large things such as making my entire class cry โ€œnot getting into thatโ€ but it slowly escalated to things more minor I talked out of class? Oops whooping I won at an argument I was clearly right at? Whooping tried to explain my side of the story whooping

Not only that but the severity would increase it turned into three good licks to 6 and from 6 to 12 and slowly from that it got even worse from punching me in my chest to choking me out and slapped around like a rag doll till I threw up what happened after I cried my heart out? Iโ€™d get beat even harder I developed a paranoia and kept a knife by my pillow Iโ€™d have nightmares of getting beat so I developed insomnia sleeping about three hours a night my school life was terrible and my home life was too the only time I could enjoy myself is home alone

What Iโ€™m saying is that once you cross that line and hit your child itโ€™s 10 times easier to do it the next time and 50 times easier the next and the next

The fact that this is so prevalent in minorities is shocking to me why is bad parenting seemingly appreciated? I still remember telling my father I was stressed out at school all he said was โ€œstressed out? Youโ€™ve been hanging around those white people too muchโ€

I hate how much abuse is glorified in especially the African American community but I also hate when children are put in bubbles but thatโ€™s a separate topic for a separate day

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Children are willing to make personal sacrifices to punish wrongdoers โ€” and even more so if they believe punishment will teach the transgressor a lesson. Retribution is a driving force in young childrenโ€™s moral judgement. news.yale.edu/2020/11/23/โ€ฆ
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Video shows Dana White feared for Calvin Kattar's life during UFC on ABC 1 fight: โ€œHe took so much (expletive) punishment in this fight, Iโ€™m freaking out a little bit, man. I donโ€™t like it. Herb Dean shouldโ€™ve stopped it in the fourth round. He was wobbling all over the (expletive) place.โ€ mmajunkie.usatoday.com/20โ€ฆ
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When did your nation abolish capital punishment? Was it a big push by citizens or a movement or simply an easy vote by your Parliament? Are there any in your nation (whether citizens, bloggers, politicians today that propose a reversal of that decision?
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In Pennsylvania it is illegal to catch fish with your mouth and the punishment for doing so is a $100 fine. How many of you have broken this law?
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Are they ever going to face harsh consequences and punishment for inciting insurrection and sedition, they are all at fault and feel zero responsibility and that will fuel more extremists
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My punishment for skipping through the haiku v.redd.it/goumoo7anwd61
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Tired of being a squishy Wizard or Sorcerer? Perhaps you'd like to be able to take some more punishment as a Fighter? Then perhaps Hardy is for you, for the low, low price of one of your ability score improvements!
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In a series of 6 studies across 4 countries, test subjects tend to cast women as victims and men as perpetrators, as well as assume that women suffer more harm and men deserve harsher punishments, when assessing differently-gendered but otherwise identical scenarios of workplace conflict doi.org/10.1016/j.obhdp.2โ€ฆ
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My punishment can wait Lucifer. Now tell me where he is.
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Falling in love feels like a crime and punishment because they will eventually fall out of love. I'm done with the 21st century idea of "love"

I have lost faith in love and humanity. I thought love was the last thing that can keep humanity tied together but I'm sorry that's just wishful thinking.

We are one messed up species.

Why are people giving up on relationships?? The moment it gets tough, you want to break away. The moment it gets boring, we want to move on to something new.

Why are we so fragile and shallow in our relationships?

From the very beginning, I just wanted a person whom I can love and take care. I thought love was supposed to be a positive thing in life. Never knew it will make me hate myself.

During the course of 5 years, I honestly felt happy that I'm able to provide for my partner. I taught her to love herself and now you've left me miserable.

To be very blunt, this love thing is not for me. I can't take it anymore. I never thought people can be so crippled, apathetic and heartless. I am fine living a single life. At least I'll be happy.

I would rather take care of a pet than a human.

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U.S. Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene voices regret over remarks as punishment looms reuters.com/article/BigStโ€ฆ
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The final punishment of 2020 youtu.be/ds5stC3dkoU
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People of Afghanistan didn't even have the faintest idea of what September 11 was. One even thought the twin towers was in Qabul. Yet they are the ones that received the most punishment from "the war on terror". youtu.be/SimIS_cQ6ko
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Yes, because Policemen can totally date Prisoners and not get any punishment.
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A fitting punishment
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There Arenโ€™t Serious Enough Consequences for Those Trying to Break American Democracy. What the president and his lawyers have been attempting to do deserves punishment that will likely never come. theatlantic.com/ideas/arcโ€ฆ
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I'm so sad and angry! This broke my heart! Whoever did this deserves the worst of punishments!
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The punishment for stopping pets v.redd.it/qlau01fb35d61
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[spoilers all] Juneโ€™s punishment!

How the hell has June still got both of her eyes, arms, hands and ears (OfMatthew says that they should โ€˜take an earโ€™ so they probably do that), her tongue, her mouth hasnโ€™t been ringed, she wasnโ€™t sent to the colonies and she hasnโ€™t been executed; she is the most rebellious and outspoken handmaid and the only punishment she ever gets is some whipping. I know that she was pregnant for some of these things and she has plot armour, but still. Janine had her eye taken just for calling the red centre a loony bin. We see handmaids being hanged and getting sent to the colonies because theyโ€™re seemingly disposable ( especially seen as how few fertile women they have ). It just grates on me how June gets away with everything she does, thoughts?

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[KHM] ?Firja's Punishment
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What were/are some of the most ridiculous punishments you were/are given at school?
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Meet Arthur, he finished in last place for his own fantasy league this year and his punishment is a date with all of you. No Mercy
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[Rapoport] Source: Washington Football Team QB Dwayne Haskinsโ€™ captainship was taken away following his COVID-19 violation that included being photographed at a strip club without a mask. His teammates had voted him a captain in camp. This is part of the internal punishment for Haskins. twitter.com/RapSheet/statโ€ฆ
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"You're in for a punishment." v.redd.it/b9k3v42zmoc61
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AITA for calling my mother a racist bitch and disregarding the punishment she gave me?

My (17F) mother (35F) has always been racist, and she doesn't hide it either. She makes comments about African Americans being "ugly" but the race she has the most prejudice towards is anyone who is Chinese, Japanese, Korean, etc. She generalizes the way they speak and mocks them, she says they're all ugly, makes comments about how they "shouldn't drive" because they "can't see" properly, etc.

I've heard this all throughout my life from her and every time I've wanted to call her out but was afraid of what she'd say because all my life she's been a ticking time bomb and most of the time I'm too exhausted to deal with her constantly going on a rampage of saying cruel things and then playing the victim after it all.

This time in particular however, I was watching "A Silent Voice" beautiful anime movie by the way, it brought me to tears. One of the scenes showing how Shouko speaks aloud was on while my mom was in the room, and of course as per routine she made a stupid comment basically stating that she's surprised anyone batted an eye at how she talks given that it's supposedly "as unintelligible as any other Asian."

I spoke up and said "Oh shit, I forgot I can't watch what I enjoy without you trying too hard to make us laugh with an unfunny racist comment." She said "Excuse me?" to which I replied that I was pretty sure she heard me, and then she asked me what it was like to have a "fetish" for Asian people (???) so I said "What's it like to have such a bland personality that being a racist bitch is your main trait?"

She BLEW UP and told me I had no right to speak to her that way because she was my mother. Basically I shrugged and I said that I'm treating her as I would any prejudiced person. I was grounded for being "disrespectful" because apparently being racist is nothing but an opinion /s.

Pretty much the same hour I walked out of the house and announced that I was sleeping over at a friend's house because there's no way I was gonna serve a punishment for calling out a racist. I'm getting mixed reactions. Some say I was fully in the right and didn't need to change a thing, others say while I was in the right I should've just taken the punishment because I knew what the outcome would be. AITA here reddit?

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AITA: proved my little brother thereโ€™s nothing scary in basement and now parents are mad they canโ€™t use that as punishment

I (19M) moved back with my parents a few weeks ago while Iโ€™m waiting to move to a new apartment next month. I have a 7year old brother A.J and weโ€™re really close. Heโ€™s happy that Iโ€™m staying here again for a bit.

My parents moved into a new house last year that comes with a basement. AJ is scared shitless of it because he thinks thereโ€™s a monster there. He wonโ€™t even go near the door. Since I been here I notice whenever my brother does something my parents say theyโ€™re gonna lock him in the basement (not for real) if he doesnโ€™t behave and that gets him to stop.

Tbh i didnโ€™t think that was fair because AJ was really terrified and actually cry if they even mention doing that. But they kept doing it cause heโ€™d start to behave. Heโ€™s not a bad kid btw, just a kid who acts like any other kid sometimes and acts up.

Last week I tried to get him to see thereโ€™s nothing scary so he can get over that fear.

I told him if Iโ€™m wrong Iโ€™ll give him my PS5 (u know because Iโ€™d probably die if I was wrong anyways), so he was interested after that.

I went down there by myself first and turned on the lights. When he saw I was okay he slowly went down. Took maybe 10 mins for him to go down the stairs.

He was still really scared but I said itโ€™s okay, nothing was gonna happen and even if there was a monster, my parents wouldnโ€™t have bought the house. Cause then theyโ€™d be the ones having to take care of it, clean up all the hairs, pay for the vet if it ever got sick, etc.

That made sense to him I guess lol. We just looked around and then when he was relaxed we watched some videos on my phone down there and ate. He pretty much wasnโ€™t scared anymore and when my parents got home he made them watch him go downstairs by himself.

They didnโ€™t say nothing in front of him but they were pissed when we were alone. Which okay yeah I guess makes sense they canโ€™t use that as punishment but didnโ€™t expect them to be that mad AJ wasnโ€™t scared of something anymore.

My dad said I didnโ€™t have a right to interfere with their parenting and I crossed some line or whatever. Idk if this is something they should really be this mad over and now my mom is being super short with me.

It feels like I did do something wrong now. Like yeah my parents sorta used to be the same with me as a kid. Telling me theyโ€™re gonna leave me with that guy over there if I donโ€™t stop crying at the store. So I feel like maybe I did ruin that for them.

But also it didnโ€™t feel right to let AJ keep being scared like t

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Sobriety isnโ€™t a punishment; itโ€™s freedom.

I donโ€™t know why it took me so long to realize this, but it clicked for me today. I always viewed being sober as a punishment for drinking too much and the negative behaviors that happened as a result. Like I was bad and I couldnโ€™t have the fun time juice anymore. But thatโ€™s not the case at all. Recovery and sobriety is freedom, a release, an untethering. Itโ€™s so clear to me now and I thought Iโ€™d share.

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What can you *actually* do against bullies?? Lol. The reason kids donโ€™t tell anyone about bullies is becauseโ€”no matter whatโ€”the bully will *survive* whatever punishment they get, then they can come back and get revenge on the kid that got them in trouble. Am I wrong?? What can you do?
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Twitter jail will be Trumpโ€™s only punishment.
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Taken from another sub - Andreas Beck Holm, a Danish Professor outlines how the FA are being racist against Cavani should a punishment be issued. Difficult to argue reddit.com/gallery/kkj3pj
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Firefighter faces punishment for driving burn patient to hospital after ambulance delayed on Christmas Eve fox16.com/news/national-nโ€ฆ
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Malaysian Government Considering Harsher Punishment for LGBT people theborneopost.com/2021/01โ€ฆ
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Sad day of my life. Got punishment of breaking the thetagang rule.

I was a religious thetagang member since July 2020 , but got lured to /wsb last month and literally lost all my hard work and profits earned in the last 8 months, along with minus 20% from my capital.

My capital journey

Started in July with 100K -> went to 117K -> then went back to 93K(Lost 24K in Sep crash) -> 123K(Recovered well in 3 months) -> Fall in WSB bullshit GME short squeeze thing -> Lost 44K -> Back to $79K.

Check my thetagang performance - https://thetagang.com/sonusood

Capital preservation is the main thing for the retailer traders. But I broke my own rule. Just do not want to get into depression. I was in depression for a year or so in the past.

I hope this gives a lesson to other members.

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๐Ÿ‘ค︎ u/atishneo
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