Children who throw tantrums in public should be physically disciplined on the spot (if not by their own parents, then by the adults around them).

Listen, I have my reasons for hating kids. Probably far too complex for any of you to understand, but obviously, at the end of the day, I don't want them seriously harmed. It's why I never volunteer to babysit or anything, because I just know I'd lose control of my temper in some way or another.

Ultimately, I think child-worship culture has itself to blame for the rise of people like me. In the olden days kids were treated as nothing more than farmhands and were expected to be seen and not heard. Now, the pendulum has swung so far in the other direction that kids have special laws protecting them and are treated 100x better than any adults–they've become spoiled brats who society is expected to cater to. All because they're soooooo "cute."

Yeah...after so long of putting up with such age discrimination, the oppressed do begin to lash out and make our voices heard. We can only handle so much internalized bitterness. SORRY.

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