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  1. lol
    lol at |

    You Americans make me sick.

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    1. lawl
      lawl at |

      I’m sorry. Get plenty of bed rest. Hope you get feeling better soon

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    2. Admiral Butthurt
      Admiral Butthurt at |

      Yeah the two continents of America (North and South) and its numerous, non-cooperative governments make me pretty sick too… wait, do you mean the United States?

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  2. Shoboni
    Shoboni at |

    Please tell me that was a merely a statement he was autistic and you guys didn’t sink that low.

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  3. Iskandros
    Iskandros at |

    Land of freedom. Oh sorry, I meant police state.

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  4. ALEX
    ALEX at |

    I WOULD LOVE FOR YOU SELF RIGHTEOUS PEOPLE TO GO INTO A SCHOOL DISTRICT IN CALIFORNIA, OR NEW YORK, WHERE TEACHERS ACTUALLY GET COMBAT PAY FOR THE DEFENSIVE POSITIONS THEY’RE PUT INTO. LET’S SEE HOW WELL YOU DO WITH A CLASSROOM OF 34-40 STUDENTS WHERE 2/3 ARE SUFFERING FROM ONE PROBLEM OR ANOTHER. MY SON WAS AT THE SCHOOL IN STOCKTON WHEN THAT OUT OF CONTROL BRAT BEGAN THROWING THINGS ACROSS THE ROOM, AND GOING BALLISTIC. THESE KIDS NEED TO BE SEPARATED FROM NORMAL CLASSES, BECAUSE IF MY CHILD HAD BEEN HURT THAT DAY YOU CAN BE SURE THERE WOULD HAVE BEEN A LAW SUIT, AND NOT ON THE SCHOOL, BUT THE PARENTS THEMSELVES.

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  5. alex s
    alex s at |

    Let’s see: Vandalizing desks, bringing low grade explosives to school, students claiming that water balloons were actually filled with nasty, and corrosive chemicals, a child selling sugar which if sold to a diabetic child could have caused his/ her death, a 13 year old boy who purposely, and loudly belches in class to disrupt the teacher, a little guy who starts a bloody fist fight over some money on the ground, and a ballistic out of control special needs child who kicks a police officer.
    And you’re saying it’s the school’s fault. WHAT!?

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  6. IndyAndyJones
    IndyAndyJones at |

    This was a very poorly reported list and you should be ashamed of your miserable failure. Basically you wrote “Schools and cops are bad!” nine times. In only one instance did you make any sort of attempt to share the school’s side of things, and that was extremely half assed.

    In #10, was she in a science class or lab environment? Anywhere at all that people would be wearing protective equipment so they didn’t lose an eye or would be prepared for an explosion so they wouldn’t have a heart attack? Or was she maybe standing in front of a sign saying saying not to mix those things because it’s dangerous? Was she really do it in the name of science as you claim, or was she trying to make something blow up?

    In #9, what was she told the school’s policy was regarding vandalizing school property? If she was told specifically that vandalazing school property would result in exactly what happened, then things seem a little different, don’t they?

    Same thing with #8, you’ve provided absolutely no information regarding what these kids were told would happen if they came to school and started assaulting other students.

    In #7, you say directly that the student offers to sell a “‘secret sugar rush’ formula” which if it’s just sugar, isn’t a secret formula. Is sugar a controlled substance in the school?

    In #6 was the gym teacher the same teacher who made the kid strip for him? Did he get in trouble for that and was trying to get even? Was the kid intentionally burping to interfere with public education? Or was it and uncontrollable bodily response?

    I’ll let you find the rest of your failures on your own.

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