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Old 11-04-2003, 12:52 AM
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Re: Absolutely Insane School Rule

I am a school teacher and I guarantee you aren't getting the full story. There is no way a kid would get suspended for "just" asking a question.
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Old 11-04-2003, 11:49 AM
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Well the principle might have said that but it violates freedom of speech and your bud has a law suit he can easily win and a principle that needs an ass kicking.
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Old 11-04-2003, 07:05 PM
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Re: Absolutely Insane School Rule

You will be assimulated and brainwashed, failure to comply will result with the beginnings of a criminal history which will rapidly escalate against the polite do everything as told don't have a brain or common sense society in which case the "ideal" society to let them do what they want when they want to.

Schools and ******* will try everything that they can to see what they can get away with. After they find their boundaries in what people would ok, they gradually probe at them until they get what they want or try to change it for the following year.

BTW: I can't access this forum from work, DOD. I think I am going to contact Comm to see if they can unblock this site, just this one and not any of my other forums... weird
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Old 11-04-2003, 09:27 PM
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Re: Absolutely Insane School Rule

hifidelity, BigSky is right about the lawsuit. I'd do it in your friends shoes in a New York second. This one could almost be handled without a shyster.

Just for giggles, tell him to contact the ACLU to find out if they want another 1st Amendment case. [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]
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Old 11-06-2003, 08:56 AM
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Re: Absolutely Insane School Rule

My son (10 year old) is always getting gun or shooting related books at the school library and the city library. Since I am a gunsmith it is kinda in his blood. He has done gun book reports and related presentations. I am kinda surprised noone says anything but they don't. Thank god for texas! I dare anyone to try to say anything here. My kid is a good one with a very good respect for firearms, especialy after I got shot in the army. He knows exactly what they can do and hunts with me all the time. He has gotten deer and other game and knows what dead is. I wish the rest of the kids that started all this mess around the countr had half a clue about it. When are the paople of this country gonna understand what we need is more education about guns, not hiding the fact that they are allowed in our society. That is asking for ignorant kids to commit a crime when in actuality they may not even know they done wrong.
I guess the days when I was a kid of some of the kids freely walking into the principals office in the morning to drop off their squirrel rifle or shotgun that they would hopefully kill dinner with on the way home with are long gone. I knew a lot of kids that would be put away for life if they did that now. Admittadly that was a small backwoods elem school back in the 70's in Arkansas but man what has this world come to that we automaticly treat our kids as common criminals in school just for mentioning the word gun. I wonder if any of these so called teaching professionals have a clue where this country would be today if it weren't for guns?
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Old 11-14-2003, 10:38 PM
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Re: Absolutely Insane School Rule

Sad so very sad our fore fauthers would be up in ARMS!!!! :-(

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Old 11-19-2003, 07:06 PM
 
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As a child I came up in the 22 to school group but I realizze this is a different world our kids live in. But I had no idea just how twisted it was. Last year my wife was summoned to the local elem. school where our son was attending the second grade.She was told he had brought a gun to school and she should come in now. My son is no stranger to guns and has burnt more powder than most men with 3 deer and hoards of squirrel and rabbits to his credit so I couldn't believe he could think of doing such a thing.This could be a toy cap buster he is fond of possibly but not a gun. When she arrived he was visibly shaken and in the principles office. the principle opened his desk and came out with a m-16.Not just any m-16 but a full auto one that I had witnessed my boy's GI Joe take out hoards of afgan's with just the night before. he was sent home for breaking a no weapons policy with a 1&1/2 in. plastic gun.IT'S A DIFFERENT WORLD
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