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  • #46
    my school is strict as hell, we have cameras in every hall, the huber center one city away doesnt have cameras.. you cant listen to ipods in the halls, there trying to pass a "law" that you cant have hooded sweaters, most girls that wear low cut shirts or short skirts have to change, i do believe you can hug, ive seen people make out but nowhere near teachers so im not 100%... and it just so happens that the day my phone got jacked outta my locker the cameras "werent working".

    this school is way to uptight.
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    • #47
      Originally posted by ironman4579 View Post
      Shockingly, when I was a kid, I didn't wear a helmet when riding my bike, and yet I didn't fall off, crack my head open and die. I also wasn't kept in a car seat until I was 17, and yet I was somehow not projected through the windshield at any time. Hard to believe, I know.
      Christ, god forbid a parent wants to protect their children from an easily preventable injury. I mean you know how coordinated and immune to accidents kids are!
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      • #48
        Originally posted by litlharsh View Post
        Christ, god forbid a parent wants to protect their children from an easily preventable injury. I mean you know how coordinated and immune to accidents kids are!


        Looks like a plan.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by litlharsh View Post
          Christ, god forbid a parent wants to protect their children from an easily preventable injury. I mean you know how coordinated and immune to accidents kids are!
          Feel free to protect your children. My point is why are these laws? You can't regulate morality, just like you can't regulate intelligence. Sure, there should probably be a car seat law, but I've seen states and provinces where children under 60 pounds have to be in a car seat. I knew a girl in 12th grade that weighed like 80 pounds. So she should have been dropped off at 8th or 9th grade in a car seat? Christ, some soccer leagues require kids to wear those stupid "header helmets" now. How in the hell is a kid supposed to learn to excecute a proper header if he doesn't get the opportunity? No wonder North America will never catch up to the other rest of the world(not that it matters, it's soccer) Next thing you know, Pop Warner will be two hand touch only. I'm sorry, feel free to protect your children all you want, but there's no way in hell there should be laws governing these kinds of things.



          Originally posted by Jakey
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          i am literally gonna kick a baby to death!

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          • #50
            I could write a damn thesis about the pussification of America. Our country has become so risk adverse and politically correct that kids cannot do anything. Luckily for me, I was just at the very beginning of this whole fiasco. It was only after one of my friends broke a leg that footballs weren't allowed at recess. Then even after he broke it, tackle football was just outlawed. However, after a month of telling us no tackling every day, they just took the footballs away.

            Once these kids grow up, they are going to be so afraid to take any chances. Some schools no longer have an honor role because it might hurt the other kids self esteem. Guess what? Some people are better than others. Not everyone can go to Harvard, not everyone can play sports in college(hell, not everyone can play sports in high school,) some people can't do anything more than flip burgers. Half the people in the world are below average at any given thing. Better to let them find out early what they aren't good at so they can avoid doing it. Shielding kids does nothing to protect their self esteem, it just guarantees that no one will be truly confident. You can only gain confidence by failing, and realizing it isn't the end of the world. Is it any wonder that the US is lagging behind many other nations in every important catagory? It is because no one knows that it is ok to fail. Then when you fail, you just work harder and try again.

            Parents are so concerned their children might see things that could scar them, well, guess what? Life is going to scar you. That is what makes life great. You have those incredible moments, those moments you will cherish forever, but then you have those moments that scar you, that change you. Let the children live life. The news channels are so sensationalist that parents are deathly afraid to let their kids go outside. When I was a kid, I had days that I would tell my mom, im going to a friends house. She said be home for dinner, and I was running around the neighborhood all day. It was the best thing she could have done. If she hadn't been like that, I don't think I could have packed up and moved to Portland without knowing a soul.

            Getting suspended for hugging? In high school I was fingering my gf in class, she gave me head in the stairwell, people do this ****. Enforcing stupid rules like no hugging isn't going to prevent people from fooling around. It just shows how out of touch educators(administration) are with the real world. But I guess that is the reason most of them go into educational administration. They can't succeed in the real world, and they can't teach kids.

            **** political correctness, and **** raising children to be risk adverse. If we want this country to continue to be great, we have to teach children it is ok to fail. Then teach them to learn from their failures. It is the only hope for the future of our country.

            Wow, that was a very long post.
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            • #51
              Great post, someone. I agree 110%. This country's future is ******.

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              • #52
                I'll just say, I knew there was going to be problems when some chimp professor in Saskatchewan said that it hurts kids self esteem to be failed of held back a grade. Now teachers aren't allowed to hold a student back unless the parents agree, and even then, if the school board doesn't agree, the kid will just be pushed on to the next grade, regardless of the parents or teachers wishes. So what incentive is there for kids to actually try in school? Keep in mind this is only in elementary and middle school, so as soon as they get to high school, they get failed. No wonder we have so many high school dropouts. Let's see, what hurts a kids self esteem more, being held back a grade, OR NOT KNOWING HOW TO READ WHEN THEY"RE 18 YEARS OLD!



                Originally posted by Jakey
                WWWWWWWWWTTTTTTTTTTTTFFFFFFFFFFF!!!

                i am literally gonna kick a baby to death!

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by diabsoule View Post
                  Great post, someone. I agree 110%. This country's future is ******.
                  Basically all of North America actually. Canada's even more pussified than the US.



                  Originally posted by Jakey
                  WWWWWWWWWTTTTTTTTTTTTFFFFFFFFFFF!!!

                  i am literally gonna kick a baby to death!

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                  • #54
                    Welcome to the wonderful world of Socialism.
                    "The liberator who destroys my property, is fighting to save my spirit. The teacher who clears all possessions from my path will set me free."-Tyler Durden

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                    • #55
                      Yes, socialism is absolutely TEH ROXXXORZZZ!!11!!!!!1 but let's not turn this into a political thread. I could go off on that all day.



                      Originally posted by Jakey
                      WWWWWWWWWTTTTTTTTTTTTFFFFFFFFFFF!!!

                      i am literally gonna kick a baby to death!

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