Apparently, bullies aren't bullies if the bullying is justified (especially if it's done in the spirit of criticism). Apparently, name-calling is acceptable if the name-calling is actually true.
In other words, my fellow classmates in seventh grade were justified in
chanting "Spaz, Spaz, Spaz!" over, and over, and over again anytime I
walked down the hall, whenever I sat down to eat in the cafeteria, and
even in the classroom, because I had been a hyperactive
kid through most of grade school. Because I had been a hyper child,
even though by seventh grade I had made a concerted effort to calm down
and behave, even though I hated the name "Spaz", the name-calling was
acceptable because it was true.
I think not!
Yeah, genre world politically correct bullies, as far as I am concerned, you just lost your argument! You lost any reason I might have to listen to your arguments. A**holes!
And, yes, I am fully aware of the irony of complaining about name-calling and then turning around and calling people a**holes, but if it's true...(See how easily such a philosophy can come back and bite you in the butt!)