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Protest planned in support of valedictorian nota

There are 7 comments on the The News-Star story from May 23, 2016, titled Protest planned in support of valedictorian nota. In it, The News-Star reports that:

Protest planned in support of valedictorian not allowed to walk AMITE, La. -- Check out this story on A rally is planned in response to what some are calling unfair treatment of the valedictorian of Amite High School.

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Spotted Girl

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Since: Apr 09

Spotted World

#1 May 24, 2016
That's not "racist." That is just the school district being a**holes. When schools have unfair dress codes or nitpick appearance too much, that is when it becomes time for parents to stand up and beat the fecal matter out of all faculty who supports that. I bet if the principle is blinded over this, has to recover from broken ribs, and has his adam's apple crushed, this student will be able to walk with the rest. Maybe that's the only way to deal with snob trash with excessive appearance standards. Blind them and they will never be bothered by differences again. The principal likely had a stupid hoe for a mother and was never taught to ignore others' appearance. If not, then the feds need to ban any colleges from having a Snobbery 101 class and forcing teachers to take it.

And yes, I support SOME dress codes. Like don't wear things that have profanity ("Don't ask me for s**t!"), promote violence ("Support your local Klan"), attack any groups ("God hates f**s"), etc. Don't wear things that could injure anyone. No brass knuckles, expensive jewelry (no Rolexes), etc. Nothing exposing body parts, etc. It must have a logical reason if it is banned. A small beard hurts nobody, doesn't look "unprofessional" (except to snob trash who need to be marginalized into silence), etc.

It is a wonder they didn't target his dreads. But then again, they didn't want to be accused of racism, while still being passive-aggressive.
Drilling for the nerve

Rochester, NY

#2 May 24, 2016
They know the rules, but they feel they don't have to abide by them because they're 'special.'

This is the same situation happening in our military, but on a smaller scale.

It's an attitude that comes directly from Obama and enforced by his PC horde of jackboots.

Deerfield Beach, FL

#3 May 24, 2016
I feel American born & raised spooks have the right to protest but only directly in front of county jails & state prisons so when they're arrested the police don't have to waste gas to transport them. As for school protest that I won't stand for. Any ungrateful shine disrupting school sessions or activities should be expelled immediately & arrested for cause and eventually deported to Apefrica with just the rags they were wearing when they were arrested. You s#!t talking monkeys feel you're being treated unjustly here in America.....get lost or go to HELL......your choice.

Chantilly, VA

#4 Aug 3, 2016
Do whatever you must

Bronx, NY

#5 Aug 3, 2016
We need to get Al Sharpton and BLM involved.

Spotted Girl

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Since: Apr 09

Spotted World

#6 Aug 3, 2016
Jax wrote:
We need to get Al Sharpton and BLM involved.
Bearded lives matter...

Spotted Girl

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Since: Apr 09

Spotted World

#7 Aug 3, 2016
I know a way to fight dirty to get schools to get rid of excessive, pro-snob, anti-individuality dress codes. And I am not suggesting nor planning any of this, nor am I calling this right nor good.

There are anonymous remailers for snail mail. They work like proxies. Usually, it works by you writing a letter and putting it in an envelope with whatever addresses you want to use (don't use your own). Then you fold that letter and put in another envelope with whatever money the service wants and optionally enclose instructions. Then they will mail your letter for you from their location, and the recipient will get it with the remailer's postmark (or a postmark of a nearby city to theirs). If you pay more, they will do other things like get a stamp for you, rewrite the letter (to minimize traces of you), etc. If you are paranoid, you could do it in layers, using 2-3 remailers. In a few states, they track remailers, so if you want to make a letter appear to come from California, for instance, and you don't know someone to remail it for you like a friend or family member living there, then you should use a remailer to send what you want remailed to them.

Now what if things were said about such people, anonymously, things of the sort that would get them fired, harm their reputation or bring them legal consequences? I certainly am not endorsing nor advocating such at all, and everyone is advised to speak to an attorney before doing anything that is presented as a theory. But just suppose what would happen with society if unreasonable dress codes were associated in most people's minds with certain types of predatory behaviors against the most vulnerable members of society. So after a while, the controlling snobs with excessive notions about what is "professional" would never be hirable.

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