Baltimore boy, 7, suspended for biting pastry into gun-shape

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Re: Baltimore boy, 7, suspended for biting pastry into gun-shape

Postby jaredbelch » Thu 07 Mar 2013 11:45 pm

I'm just going to leave this here. :lol2: :lol2:
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Re: Baltimore boy, 7, suspended for biting pastry into gun-shape

Postby RustyShackleford » Fri 08 Mar 2013 8:32 am

jaredbelch wrote:I'm just going to leave this here. :lol2: :lol2:

Wow... that could put the Whole of Academia on Lock-Down! :shock:
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Re: Baltimore boy, 7, suspended for biting pastry into gun-shape

Postby sarahbn » Fri 08 Mar 2013 9:23 am

jaredbelch wrote:I'm just going to leave this here. :lol2: :lol2:

Dangit, you beat me to it! :lol2:

ETA: Came across this this morning:
A Michigan elementary school is defending its decision to confiscate a third-graders batch of homemade cupcakes because the birthday treats were decorated with plastic green Army soldiers.

Casey Fountain told Fox News that the principal of his son’s elementary school called the cupcakes “insensitive” — in light of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.

“It disgusted me,” he said. “It’s vile they lump true American heroes with psychopathic killers.”

Fountain’s wife made a batch of 30 chocolate cupcakes for their son Hunter’s classmates at Schall Elementary School in the town of Caro. The 9-year-old helped decorate the treats with plastic figurines representing World War Two soldiers.

The following morning Fountain said his wife delivered the cupcakes to the front office. The secretary complimented her on the decorations and then took the cakes to Hunter’s class.

“About 15 minutes later the school called my wife and told her the couldn’t serve the cupcakes because the soldiers had guns,” Fountain told Fox News. “My wife told them to remove the soldiers and serve the cupcakes anyway — and I believe she may have used more colorful language.”


I'm just surprised they didn't suspend the kid for being named "Hunter."
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Re: Baltimore boy, 7, suspended for biting pastry into gun-shape

Postby brainoncapitalist » Fri 08 Mar 2013 10:04 am

THAT'S IT!! I've had enough of this BS. If we ever have a son, I'm naming him Glock!
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Postby sk8erord » Fri 08 Mar 2013 10:20 am

One of my friends said she is naming her daughter Aris... For AR15. :D

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Re: Baltimore boy, 7, suspended for biting pastry into gun-shape

Postby JoeSparky » Fri 08 Mar 2013 10:24 am

Just name your son "Henry Rifle ________"! That will send them over the edge1
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Re: RE: Baltimore boy, 7, suspended for biting pastry into gun-s

Postby brainoncapitalist » Fri 08 Mar 2013 10:25 am

sk8erord wrote:One of my friends said she is naming her daughter Aris... For AR15. :D

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Re: Baltimore boy, 7, suspended for biting pastry into gun-shape

Postby DaKnife » Fri 08 Mar 2013 3:36 pm

JoeSparky wrote:Just name your son "Henry Rifle ________"! That will send them over the edge1

Repeatedly.

And hey don't forget the deaf kid they tried to force to change how he signed his name "Hunter".
SPOOOOOOON!!!

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Re: Baltimore boy, 7, suspended for biting pastry into gun-shape

Postby UtahCFP » Fri 08 Mar 2013 3:54 pm

Ha! Just occurred to me you couldn't have an ASL (American Sign Language) class use the letter L. It's illegal!
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Re: Baltimore boy, 7, suspended for biting pastry into gun-shape

Postby D-FIN » Sat 09 Mar 2013 1:10 pm

I would love it if you get a news reporter to gather and validate all these ridiculous actions by adults in schools and air a big story on stupid they all look.
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Re: Baltimore boy, 7, suspended for biting pastry into gun-shape

Postby Ceicei3 » Sat 09 Mar 2013 1:34 pm

Or give a daughter the name Beretta. Very pretty name..
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Re: Baltimore boy, 7, suspended for biting pastry into gun-shape

Postby Ceicei3 » Sat 09 Mar 2013 1:35 pm

UtahCFP wrote:Ha! Just occurred to me you couldn't have an ASL (American Sign Language) class use the letter L. It's illegal!

Or use the ASL version for the number "21".
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Re: Baltimore boy, 7, suspended for biting pastry into gun-shape

Postby manithree » Sun 10 Mar 2013 7:02 am

As usual, George Will nails it:

http://www.jewishworldreview.com/cols/w ... TyPBDWcXgw

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Joshua Welch - a boy, wouldn't you know; no good can come of these turbulent creatures - who is 7, was suspended from second grade in Maryland's Anne Arundel County last week because of his "Pop-Tart pistol." While eating a rectangular fruit-filled sugary something - nutritionist Michelle Obama probably disapproves of it, and don't let Michael Bloomberg get started - Joshua tried biting it into the shape of a mountain but decided it looked more like a gun. So with gender-specific perversity, he did the natural thing. He said, "Bang, bang."

But is this really natural? Or is nature taking a back seat to nurture, yet again? Is Joshua's "bang, bang" a manifestation of some prompting in our defective social atmosphere, and therefore something society could and should stamp out?

...

By now, Americans may be numb to such imbecilities committed by the government institutions to which they entrust their children for instruction. Nothing surprises after that 5-year-old Pennsylvania girl was labeled a "terroristic threat," suspended from school and ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation because she talked about shooting herself and others with her Hello Kitty gun that shoots bubbles. But looking on the bright side, perhaps we should welcome these multiplying episodes as tutorials about the nature of the regulatory state that swaddles us ever more snuggly with its caring.


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