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#77 - chriseggs (03/06/2012) [-]
sadly, this happened to my friend. he was obviously kidding though, and they still expelled him. not cool, school. not cool
#107 to #77 - steviedavis (03/06/2012) [-]
That surprises me. I didn't think a student could get expelled for somethin they did or said while at home. People shouldn't make comments like that though.
#93 to #77 - thedport (03/06/2012) [-]
Really, and the school knows your kidding how? I think he got exactly what he deserves. If you want to talk like a sociopath then you will be treated like one regardless of your intent. The insane can act really nice until they snap. I'm just saying I would rather be safe and have expelled him and your friend than run the risk of a school shooting.
#270 to #93 - chriseggs (03/08/2012) [-]
hahah no i mean like, he wasn't saying anything that you could even possibly do, like it was so fantasized, and he made a south park reference too. not the most serious thing in the world. I understand suspension, but expulsion? even after the situation was cleared up? little excessive.
#271 to #270 - thedport (03/09/2012) [-]
Extenuating circumstances aside, which I can see your point I really can, I just feel it easier to think before acting and take responsibility for your actions than blame others for how they act. Could the situation have been handled differently and better? Probably but your friend was the initial catalyst for the **** that proceeded him. Through his own actions, malicious or not, he set up the initial conditions for how the entire scenario would play out. Had he not said what he said, it never would have happened. It's always easier to blame others for how they act because we have no control over their actions so we can say well It's out of my hands, not my fault. But we usually fail to go well you know what I did caused almost all of this outcome, well a lot of this is my fault. I'm just a firm believer of our actions are our own I guess.
#272 to #271 - chriseggs (03/09/2012) [-]
Oh i totally agree, i almost killed him as soon as i saw that stuff and made him delete it. unfortunately it was too little too late. I completely understand expulsion, i mean as unfortunate as it is, the school really can't have the risk of allowing him to stay, because had he decided to do anything in the slightest the faculty would have gotten ripped a new one by the community. I really hate it but as a student i need to accept that sovereignty as far as the internet goes doesn't really happen while in school.
#273 to #272 - thedport (03/09/2012) [-]
Did we just have a mature discussion on funny junk were we both agree with each others points and respect the topic at hand, without calling each other names? Woah
#274 to #273 - chriseggs (03/10/2012) [-]
I believe we did just have an insightful exchange of ideas....on funnyjunk. good god
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