Anti-gun hysteria is alive in Georgia

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  1. EvilQueen macrumors 6502

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    LOL

    That must be it then.
     
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    Not the best reason ever to suspend a child that age. Especially for 3 days - in-school suspension or not. What a waste.

    That said, it really is incumbent on the parent to know what a school does/doesn't allow. It's also important as a parent to know what your kid is putting in his/her backpack and bringing to school.
     
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    Pencils are more dangerous than nerf guns, lol
     
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    Holy Strawman, Batman! I said a high school student should not be EXPELLED for selling some pot. Not that it was OK or should not be punished.

    A NERF gun is more dangerous than pot, anyway.
     
  8. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    What was it that jkcerda said in the other thread ...?

    That could be applied in this case too.

    Don't like how the school runs things?

    Feel free to walk away.

    Right JK?
     
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    apples/oranges/green clovers/pink balloons, schools is not "free", our taxes pay for it. kids HAVE to be in SOME sort of school, private or homeschooling. zero tolerance = zero common sense




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    yeah, a nerf gun will alter your state of mind like pot :rolleyes:
     
  10. zioxide macrumors 603

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    A nerf gun could still make someone blind in an eye.
     
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    with suction tipped darts? dang, kid should have been shot on the spot.
    [​IMG]
     
  12. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    No. I'm sure I've heard "Don't like it? Leave." applied to all kinds of situations.

    Your example just being one of many.
     
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    No problem. Give the parents a school voucher since they are paying taxes that pay for that education.
     
  14. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    They can walk without a voucher.

    Freedom of choice, baby.
     
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    indeed they can, however the state will still collect taxes, not much "freedum" there. kid should go back to sell pot, then he might not get expelled :D
     
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    This has nothing to do with firearms legislation or politics.

    It is a symptom of the sort of mindless "zero tolerance" policies that have plagued school boards and school districts for twenty years or more.

    If you'd like to discuss that particular subject (rather than the beaten to death self-pity of the board's gun enthusiasts) then this article, in Reason magazine is a good place to start.

     
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    1 how horrible of you to point that out, horrible i say [/s

    2 agreed
     
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    Huh, I didn't realize mild euphoria was DANGEROUS.

    A NERF dart could seriously injure your eye, especially those "N-Strike Elite" ones. They come out *really* fast.

    [​IMG]
     
  20. Macky-Mac macrumors 68030

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    kid's father says;

    and the kid;

    anyway, it turns out the suspension has been changed to "in school suspension"


    seems like an excess of anti anti gun hysteria being expended on this even :p
     
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    a girl suffering from that "mild euphoria" was recently shot when she showed up & pounded on a guys door at 4:30 am, people do crazy stuff while they enjoy that "mild euphoria"
    was the nerf gun loaded? :rolleyes:

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    in school suspension is pretty stupid.
     
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    Especially orange. :mad:
     
  23. Macky-Mac macrumors 68030

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    you get in school suspense if you're pretty stupid??? :eek:
     
  24. Michael Goff macrumors G4

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    Not true, or I would have gotten WAY more in-school suspension...
     
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    lmao, fixed & yes, oh, wait, nope, you get passed to the next grade in hopes that you manage to catch up by the time you leave HS. if not they can always continue to sell pot or ask people if they want fries with their meal. heading this way
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukn...hool-No-it-was-merely-a-deferred-success.html
     

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