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students must tuck in their shirts - April 26, 2007, 08:56 AM

check out the clip I thought this was very interesting. I am all for dress code.
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April 26, 2007, 09:10 AM

RIGHT .... I wanna see him atempt to walk down the hallway looking normal with a full size shot gun in his pant leg.

I get the point and I do agree but that was going a bit far.


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April 26, 2007, 09:16 AM

thats an old video thats goes around the web every time there is a school shooting. and no he cant carry all that and walk... and he cant do that fully loaded.


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I get it, but that was a bit overboard!


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April 26, 2007, 10:22 AM

Uh, right. If he took one step, 10 guns would fall out of his pant leg.


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Most kids will carry their guns in a back pack anyway. Better yet why not have the parents just get involved in their kids life.


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April 26, 2007, 10:43 AM

now if he woulda pulled out a harpoon gun then maybe I would get it. But I just do not see the reason for dress codes.

Disclaimer - Harpoon guns are sharp and very dangerous. Do not try to put one in your baggy pants.


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April 26, 2007, 10:44 AM

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Most kids will carry their guns in a back pack anyway. Better yet why not have the parents just get involved in their kids life.


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Most kids will carry their guns in a back pack anyway.
FYI a lot of schools that are "cracking down" have banned backpacks as well (you have to carry everything or put it in your locker).

I still don't think having a dress code is a needed "solution".


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Am I the only person who wishes that guy were available when that loony was shooting up VT?


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Am I the only person who wishes that guy were available when that loony was shooting up VT?


That is the future, I know i am sending my son to college with a gun in his bag. Just in case he is not the nut, he will be able to shoot the nut case.
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April 26, 2007, 01:47 PM

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FYI a lot of schools that are "cracking down" have banned backpacks as well (you have to carry everything or put it in your locker).

I still don't think having a dress code is a needed "solution".

I've never heard of this... I have heard of school issuing the students special backpacks...

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or mesh ones... they do it in some parts of NYC, and I know they did it in Tacoma, washington
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They did it in Redmond, Washington at certain schools after too many drug and weapon occurrences. They implemented it right after I went through so my younger sister had to deal with it (she's three years younger). This was back in... 1997 I think? I just remember it was a collosal pain in the ass for her to have to deal with that. I have no idea if that restriction still exists.

The mesh/clear backpack idea would be a far more "reasonable" solution, but it means either the school has to provide them ($$$) or deal with people bitching about having to buy them themselves.


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The mesh/clear backpack idea would be a far more "reasonable" solution, but it means either the school has to provide them ($$$) or deal with people bitching about having to buy them themselves.
True, indeed... but after this VTech incident... I don't see it being so hard to convince the g-pop
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