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Aspen Education Group / Re: Good Quality Education for better future
« on: September 21, 2011, 09:51:44 AM »
Quote from: "Ursus"
Quote from: "coloredrocks"
Everyone has his own unique talents and skills given by God. These are the best gifts that anyone can have and must be used in the best possible manner to be fruitful as well as to greatly develop what you already have. Your future depends on how you value your present just like the way you make your capabilities worthy.

The youth of is the foundation of every nation and the future begins on how they manage to use their talents to help and contribute with the society. Through finishing a good quality education and the kind of principle that they hold on for their selves, the youth can definitely construct a good future. But not all of them are fortunate enough to enjoy a valuable education while others canít see the importance of it.

Since, proper education is the best sword for any hindrances in life, everybody deserves to have it. This is the right time to help those less- fortunate people who want to have the gift of education.
What exactly are you trying to say? Are you trying to imply (or planning to edit in later) that Aspen Ed programs give kids the "gift of education?"

Of course Aspen Ed gives the gift of education, Ursus.  You know that already.  100% of Aspen grads go on to the college of their choice.  But that's not the real gift, it's secondary.  The real gift is the gift of not being dead, insane or in jail, as the kids would be without an Aspen program.



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Benchmark Young Adult School / Benchmark Transitions / Re: Listen
« on: September 19, 2011, 10:48:16 AM »
Quote from: "abracadabra"
Everything that I have achieved, everything that I have succeeded at ...

You would never have gotten or succeeded at without the program's help.  Face it, abracadabra, you were on a bad path and you parents saw that and helped you to succeed by placing you in the program.  Just because people like none-ya try to tell you all programs are bad doesn't mean you have to start flip-flopping like a democrat, lol.

People like none-ya who were in a program for one week spend their whole lives blaming everything on the program.  Must have been some week, eh none-ya?  Just kidding lol



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Benchmark Young Adult School / Benchmark Transitions / Re: Listen
« on: September 19, 2011, 10:10:46 AM »
Quote from: "Wh??ter"
Thanks for posting this, abracadabra.  It's nice to see success stories put up here.  You did your program the right way and your success shows it.  There's a guy here named psy who checked himself into Benchmark as an adult and then claimed he was abused for being gay and couldn't leave.  But we all know that an adult can just walk out of a program any time they want with no strings attached.  Your success shows psy made his story up like most people here.

Good luck, abracadabra!  Funny that your name implies magic because Benchmark was like a magical cure for your problems which are obviously now cured completely.



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Reposted because none-ya keeps trolling my posts.



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Quote from: "none-ya"
Facebook has the social nature of high school. Who hangs out with who. The cool kids,the jocks,the brains,the christians ect.. To friend or not to friend. If you only want to socialise with a few selected people, that's what e-mail is for. I told Mark Levine(via e-mail) that is was through fornits that a lot of us found his show. Let's see if he comes here.

Ha,Ha,Ha.  A burnt out old fake hippie guy sends you an email to go to a conspiracy site and you jump right to to it!  Yeah right, none-ya.  Keep dreaming that people want to read your crazy theories and hear all about how you were in straight for a week and split then spent the rest of your life on a conspiracy message board blaming all of your problems on a week's vacation in rehab.  Too much lol



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Open Free for All / Re: Defending Danny B.
« on: September 19, 2011, 10:05:19 AM »
Quote from: "none-ya"
Whooter, why not fight with Bruce on another thread? Perhaps your very own thread. Whooter vs. the world.
Get my point? Take it somewhere else.

Sorry, none-ya, but Brucie started it so you should talk to him about it.  I'm just responding to his threats.



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Benchmark Young Adult School / Benchmark Transitions / Re: Listen
« on: September 19, 2011, 10:04:04 AM »
Thanks for posting this, abracadabra.  It's nice to see success stories put up here.  You did your program the right way and your success shows it.  There's a guy here named psy who checked himself into Benchmark as an adult and then claimed he was abused for being gay and couldn't leave.  But we all know that an adult can just walk out of a program any time they want with no strings attached.  Your success shows psy made his story up like most people here.

Good luck, abracadabra!  Funny that your name implies magic because Benchmark was like a magical cure for your problems which are obviously now cured completely.



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The Troubled Teen Industry / Re: Two runaways hit by a train - again
« on: September 19, 2011, 09:59:10 AM »
Quote from: "325troll"
There will be a "survivor" or two who'll blame it on the program.  Children who jump in front of a train have serious mental problems.  They were better off in a mental hospital and hopefully they learned their lesson!  lol

I agree.  These kids had serious problems and their parents should have chosen a program with a lockdown capability to keep these kids safe.  This is the parents' fault.



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Open Free for All / Re: Defending Danny B.
« on: September 19, 2011, 09:57:40 AM »
Quote from: "Wh??ter"
Quote from: "RobertBruce"
Quote from: "Wh??ter"
Quote from: "RobertBruce"
I'm so glad he's back.

Thanks, Bruce.  I'm glad to see you have grown up a little bit and can see the benefit to my work here.  Maybe if you stayed in your program for more than three weeks you would have realized this earlier.  Just kidding lol.



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Still hoping if you repeat a lie often enough it becomes true? Gosh John, when you will you grow up? I'm glad you're back because it's important we have someone here to illustrate the twisted mindset of the child abusers such as yourself and Danny who stand behind this dying industry. Hope you stick around buddy!

Ha,Ha,Ha Bruce.  Did you forget that a staff member from HLA gave me your name and the length of stay you had at HLA?  Three weeks, Bruce.  You need to stop running from the facts and be honest with the readers that you never even really went to a program much less got abused by one, lol



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When Brucie gets exposed he runs and hides.  This is his MO.  He runs from the truth here just like he ran from HLA after only three weeks lol



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The Troubled Teen Industry / Re: Woodbury Consultants troubled teen programs
« on: September 16, 2011, 02:58:41 PM »
Quote from: "Ursus"
Quote from: "Wh??ter"
Lon Woodbury is a hero of the Parent Choice industry, Oscar.  He only promotes programs that are perfectly safe and effective.  Just ask him and he'll tell you that.  No program has ever killed a child, I think we can all agree on that.  True, some children have died at programs but not because of the program or program staff.  The industry has grown and evolved and is scientifically proven to work miracles.
Doesn't the very definition of "miracle" entail something along the lines of defying scientific explanation? Perhaps even of violating at least one law of nature?  :D

Ursus, while I understand your bias keeps you from admitting the truth about the success of programs I think we all can agree that programs are proven to be successful at turning around at-risk youths and placing them on a a proper path.  Whether you prefer the scientific method as a yardstick to judge this success, or you recognize the miracles taking place in kids' lives, the results are the same, aren't they?  Kids are helped enormously by programs.  Without them most of these kids would end up dead or in jail from their issues.  Heck, many of these kids might just as well get killed or raped in public schools, which are much more violent and dangerous than ony program ever was or will be.

Either way, science and religion are not mutually exclusive.  Take for example Intelligent Design.  What we all know by faith is proven true by science.  Your argument is pretty silly, Ursus lol



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The Troubled Teen Industry / Re: Many Many Programs Abuse Kids
« on: September 16, 2011, 01:06:52 PM »
Quote from: "none-ya"
Your arrogance is exeeded only by your ignorance.

Look, none-ya, the hey-days of liberalism have gone by already.  We're now on a more conservative and proper course in America.  Once we take full control of the congress and the White House we will do away with all of the pro-gay legislation passed by liberal socialists and get back to real family values, including anti-gay values, as we should.  There is going to be a lot of demand for programs that treat teens for being gay once conservatives are back in charge.  Treating teens that are gay or at-risk for being gay is going to become much more popular and the programs recognize this and are ramping up to meet the demand.

Just so everyone knows, none-ya supports behaviors that are proven to spread the AIDS Virus.  I don't.



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The Troubled Teen Industry / Re: Woodbury Consultants troubled teen programs
« on: September 16, 2011, 11:43:08 AM »
Lon Woodbury is a hero of the Parent Choice industry, Oscar.  He only promotes programs that are perfectly safe and effective.  Just ask him and he'll tell you that.  No program has ever killed a child, I think we can all agree on that.  True, some children have died at programs but not because of the program or program staff.  The industry has grown and evolved and is scientifically proven to work miracles.



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The Troubled Teen Industry / Re: Many Many Programs Abuse Kids
« on: September 16, 2011, 11:37:56 AM »
Quote from: "Wh??ter"
Quote from: "SUCK_IT"
Quote from: "Whooter"
Quote from: "Deprogrammed"
Whooter..Where in the world has the pope declared and the Catholics declared that they have accepted homosexuality? That is incorrect info..sorry Whooter try again!

The pope was born in like 1920.  If they told him what was going on he would have a heart attack.

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More and more accepted by this world eh? Is that why when I tried to turn to survivors for support - people that were friends of mine for years about the harsh break-up from myself and my partner I was treated just so nicely here? Is that why I had a str8 friend think I was coming onto her when I called her babe b/c she felt sick? Wow Wake up Whooter....WOW is that why kids are committing suicide because us homosexuals are so well and widely accepted. Please quit talking about what you do not know.
I am an adult  bi-sexual and still not accepted and loved by many b/c I am gay. I speak from experience , not speculation.
-DP

I didnt say that homosexuals are completely accepted in society.  I am saying (from my perspective) that their acceptance has come a long way since the 1960's and in another generation they will be almost completely integrated and accepted.  Back in the 1960's the word Gay was a slur.  They were not accepted at all and were referred to as fruit cakes or as a  birth defect of some type.  They would marry woman and have kids because that was what was accepted of men in those days.  They started having sex with each other in San Fransisco which caused the Aids Virus which proved that homosexuality was unnatural and needed to be treated like a disease.

People are still curious about homosexuals today and what makes them tick.  But they are much more open now and accepted in the business world and society in general.  Straight kids and homosexuals commit suicide, maybe not at the same rate.  Parents are more accepting of gay children than 50 years ago but they would still prefer a straight child over a gay one I would guess and that is why the kids are not open to telling their parents that they are gay and feel much more humiliated if they are outed on the internet like what happened recently.  If this were a straight kid he may still feel humiliated knowing his family may be seeing it but it would pale in comparison to a child who was having a homosexual relationship.

I didnt see you being treated badly because of your sexual orientation here on fornits.  People are treated badly here in general.  I am not gay but I am treated pretty bad at times.



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This is one of the smartest things ever said on Fornits.  You people should learn from this man.

Thank you, SUCK_IT.  Some people have a hard time understanding how unnatural it is to be gay.  Look, it's not natural.[/i]  Many programs have components to deal with gay kids and straighten them out.  It has a huge benefit to society.  If there were no gays, the Aids Virus would never have been created.  Finally now we have some programs to help.



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Can anyone offer an update as to the number of programs that treat teens for being gay?  I believe the number of programs is growing to meet the needs of parents with gay kids or kids who are at-risk to become gay.  These programs help to slow the spread of the AIDS Virus.



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Open Free for All / Re: Defending Danny B.
« on: September 16, 2011, 11:33:56 AM »
Quote from: "RobertBruce"
Quote from: "Wh??ter"
Quote from: "RobertBruce"
I'm so glad he's back.

Thanks, Bruce.  I'm glad to see you have grown up a little bit and can see the benefit to my work here.  Maybe if you stayed in your program for more than three weeks you would have realized this earlier.  Just kidding lol.



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Still hoping if you repeat a lie often enough it becomes true? Gosh John, when you will you grow up? I'm glad you're back because it's important we have someone here to illustrate the twisted mindset of the child abusers such as yourself and Danny who stand behind this dying industry. Hope you stick around buddy!

Ha,Ha,Ha Bruce.  Did you forget that a staff member from HLA gave me your name and the length of stay you had at HLA?  Three weeks, Bruce.  You need to stop running from the facts and be honest with the readers that you never even really went to a program much less got abused by one, lol



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Feed Your Head / Re: Wilderness program testimonies needed
« on: September 16, 2011, 11:30:28 AM »
Quote from: "Done That"
Quote from: "Wayne Kernochan"
They're greedy douchecunts who send other people's kids there, not their own. Wilderness programs are abusive and kids die in them every year

Wilderness programs are safer than public schools, driving and drinking.  I think it's important you don't mislead people, lol.

Great point, Done That.  Ha,Ha,Ha



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Feed Your Head / Re: Wilderness program testimonies needed
« on: September 09, 2011, 09:12:41 AM »
Wilderness therapy is very beneficial to the kids, Oscar.  Many studies show that it is extremely effective in putting at-risk youths back on a good path.



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