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Student Suspended For Saying "Bless You"

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Student Suspended For Saying "Bless You"

Post by Taco » August 20th, 2014, 5:03 pm

Lots of dangerous students that need punishment.

Student Suspended For Saying "Bless You" ... e-sneezed/

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Post by Wolfeye » August 20th, 2014, 7:39 pm

Holy shit! That's a bad sign. Even when people aren't religious, they still say "bless you" when you sneeze. If they're going to go to the extreme of nit-picking about VERY common social trends or consideration because it in some way connects to religion, what does that mean about what they're going to aim at people in response to other person activity?

It's definitely something easy to fabricate & cops already come to the school over nonsesne that gets deemed some kind of "public disruption." You know a 5-year-old kid got arrested for splashing in a puddle? They always react in contradiction to the situation. It's like they feel bullied by circumstance & act in a way that doesn't apply to the situation. Something ISN'T assualt with a deadly weapon, but they arrest someone under that charge. Someone DIDN'T assault the officer, but they get charged with it.

It's like they feel bullied by circumstance: Someone DIDN'T do something, so they're going to act in the same way as if they did. Maybe they feel like someone NOT doing something arrest-worthy is them being blocked-off from an arrest? That, or they just instigate like an other enemy. They keep behaving themselves as an aggressor & doing what you'd be worried about someone else doing.

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