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#10 - what is it with the middle east and ww2 era German arms ending…  [+] (1 reply) 04/27/2016 on 3 stooges of ISIS 0
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#11 - ihateeverybodytoo (04/27/2016) [-]
probably a 42 or the more modern updated mgs. Anyway a bunch of the old German gear was left in north africa and the middle east
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#76 - if anything, that reasoning make even less sense. why would th…  [+] (1 reply) 02/25/2016 on You're gonna hear me roar... +1
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#156 - thelastamerican (02/26/2016) [-]
Yeah, there are laws preventing schools from doing what I posted above because it's not fair to the Billys and Stevens of the world. There are no laws preventing schools from punishing children according to the system above though. Schools will always spend more resources on students they believe can be taught, and punishment is a resource.

Time must be taken out of a teacher's day to punish. Class time is lost when a teacher has to re-direct. School money is wasted when you have so many people in detention that you have to provide extra classrooms and teachers for detention. The list goes on and on. It simply does not pay to try and teach Billy anything. You might get somewhere with Steven, and George will never get in a fight again. Schools expend resources on the best chance for a return on investment.

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