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A kid questioned his bullies and got support from the entire internet

Bullies suck, but sometimes the best way to deal with them is to call out their deplorable actions in public. One kid and his mother took to the internet to talk about his bad treatment at the hands of other kids, and ended up finding more support than they could've ever expected.  SEE ALSO: I'm not crying over a Burger King ad. You're crying over a Burger King ad. Knoxville, Tennessee middle schooler Keaton Jones said that he was being bullied so much that he would rather leave school early and skip lunch than face his tormentors.
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