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Shootings show school spirit?
« on: February 22, 2018, 03:25:12 PM »
Students at Belmont High School in Dayton Ohio
found humor in the Parkland school shooting
by posting mural-sized displays
portraying rival sports teams as shooting victims.

The displays were posted just two days after the Parkland shooting in Florida.
They were left up over the weekend,
and were taken down after the Superintendant ordered so.
That's right!  The Principal allowed them!

The displays featured the slogans
"Cap those Cougars" and
"Let the bodies hit the floor."

Silhouettes of dead bodies
labeled with the names of rival sports teams
illustrated the display.



http://www.whio.com/news/posters-removed-from-belmont-depicting-bodies-rival-teams/gQfOmGQbtgEYPqeB4AHO6M/

http://wdtn.com/2018/02/20/parent-outrage-over-inappropriate-posters-at-belmont-high-school/
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Re: Shootings show school spirit?
« Reply #1 on: February 22, 2018, 03:36:02 PM »

And they blame guns?
Fact is, we're raising a bunch of calloused libs who think of nothing but themselves.
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Re: Shootings show school spirit?
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2018, 03:01:35 AM »
And they blame guns?
Fact is, we're raising a bunch of calloused libs who think of nothing but themselves.
add to that the bullying, the illegal drugs, the legal drugs teachers want to push for a.d , the violent popular movies, (every listen to kids describe the latest movie they saw, they only talk about the goriest parts never the message)  violent video games, violent rap music, what news they do get is from cnn... frankly I'm surprised that many if not most do turn out to be great kids, the odds are against them.

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Re: Shootings show school spirit?
« Reply #3 on: February 23, 2018, 06:40:51 AM »
add to that the bullying, the illegal drugs, the legal drugs teachers want to push for a.d , the violent popular movies, (every listen to kids describe the latest movie they saw, they only talk about the goriest parts never the message)  violent video games, violent rap music, what news they do get is from cnn... frankly I'm surprised that many if not most do turn out to be great kids, the odds are against them.
Add to that, 'Safe Spaces", they enable the whiny, spineless males, pretend to be the father they never had, neuter them and tell them their imagined fears are real.
Once these people leave the safe space womb of college, they're going to melt into a heap on the street without leftist schools giving them a semblance of protection from the big bad world..

Just imagine, these kids are protected from hearing the truth, they keep them clear of "Free Speech Zones" so they are never exposed to the truth.
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