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Old 06-17-2011, 04:35 AM
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No more rainbows? Amazing. Rainbows banned. What next? No more hearts?

Love that they got around the ban in a creative way.

Gee, why is it important to embrace tolerance for all at school? Wasn't Jesus who taught that we needed to accept everyone? Did the Catholic church miss that part of the bible?
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Old 06-17-2011, 11:08 AM
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Originally Posted by TabulaRasa View Post
I'm glad that their academic instruction is going so well that they have all kinds of time to focus on trivialities unrelated to education. Were I a parent, I'd be fairly annoyed at the undue focus on social and political statements, and consider finding a different private school (assuming I were anti-public school, anyway) that sinks that same time and energy into academics.

I could not agree more.

Personally, I'm getting good and fed up with "I'm offended at the offense of your offensiveness!" mania that seems to prevail in this society now.

Enough already IMHO. The plain fact of the matter is if people would simply ram their noses into their OWN business and stop trying to tell other people what to do and how to live, none of this would even be an issue - at all.
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