Disruptive student faces year in jail

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  1. Salty

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    And according to news this AM, hundreds of students wore the same tee a couple of days later with zilch response from the "NEA" hierarchy.

    How long before these wiener liberals are going to quit being scared of their own shadows???

    I know --- NEVER!!!!

    The old bard said it correctly: "A coward dies a thousand deaths, but the valiant die but once." (Pity the liberals who are spooked at "pictures".):BangHead:
     
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    From the article in the OP, quoting the school dress code:

    “If in the judgment of the administration, a student is dressed inappropriately, the student will be required to change clothes or cover up inappropriate clothing before returning to classes.”​

    So, basically, inappropriate dress is whatever the school says it is on any given day. Really??
     
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    I would like to see some of the other T-shirts that kids wore.

    I'm old fashion - I would like to go back to the days when kids dressed properly for school. - that means NO T-shirts as outer wear, no shorts, ect.
    Kids are there to learn, not to make a fashion statement.
     

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