It's not our business to tell other people what to do with their money. I wish it was, but it isn't. If people want to give her money, then they can. No one is forcing anyone to donate. People spent money on a lot of stupid stuff. I think it's a slippery slope to know how to deal with kids. We all think we would do THIS or THAT in a situation, but would we really? There are enough bad videos of people disciplining kids out there. How do we know this woman wasn't told to keep an eye on the kids, but was not allowed to discipline them? If she did try to scold them, I'm sure that would end up on YouTube and she would be fired for yelling at someone or something stupid like that. I think there's a lot of unnecessary blaming the victim in this thread... and everyone's claiming that they would do one thing, while no one really has any idea what they would do in that situation. Bullying is one thing, but bringing up her son's suicide is another. I really find it hard to believe that everyone would be totally level-headed, logical, and would APPROPRIATELY scold these kids in that type of emotional situation.