Drugs at Clay High School WTF
crazy

Bluefield, WV

#22 Sep 25, 2012
maybe we need to bring law in from out side this county to do drug and weapon searches. this county does nothing but cover things up. When I was in school if u were caught with drugs or guns or knives u were expelled from school for a year and wasnt allowed to participatein any school activites.
not surprised

Bluefield, WV

#23 Sep 25, 2012
With time comes change. That is inevitable ... When I was in cchs the biggest buzz was pot or speed you could buy at any convenience store. So it seems, time has brought on change. It is our job as parents to enforce the "drugs are bad"quote...Know who you kids are and what they do.. If u care maybe they will too..
well duh

Bluefield, WV

#24 Sep 26, 2012
sickening wrote:
It is also sickening how teachers does he kids too. If they want help on something the teacher says they have better things to do. What kind of teacher is that?
Are you in high school now? I can't get a chance to even TALK to a teacher. Making up stuff when I am absent is IMPOSSIBLE! They are constantly in meetings or on duty and we have no freakin time to do anything either. The food sucks, I am hungry every day, and I have no time to use the computers in the library or to print my work off or to talk to my friends or any of the teachers I had last year.. it SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!
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Sad

Athens, WV

#26 Nov 7, 2012
CCHS Sophmore wrote:
The drug problem is crazy. I hate to say it, but we need to suprise drug testing and searching. I see kids bring knives to school. To SCHOOL, where they shouldn't be needed. I mean seriously? The drugs are out of control in my opinion. It's disgusting on what happens on the buses and everything because of it. All you hear most of the time is about getting high and drunk, and it's all coming from 14-17 year olds. It greatly dissatisfies me to have to even been in a room with druggies that are in the school. Try spending an hour and a half in class with drug addict children everyday for a semester or two. You'd dislike the school as much as I do and the school hardly does crap about it.
so sad children have to deal with junk like this...... to go to school. Wonder why our state test scores r low..... Hmmmmmm
Sarah

Bluefield, WV

#27 Nov 7, 2012
The river's right next to the school, waterboard all the pushers an users.
Thought Police

Parkersburg, WV

#28 Nov 12, 2012
Do you have any idea how much it would cost to randomly drug test almost 1,000 kids probably? Dipshit. They can barely afford to keep the lights on in that shithole. You sound like a douchebag with all of your whining. WAAAH protect me from drugs I'm so scared WAAAAH change my diaper. Shut up.
Ugh

Athens, WV

#29 Nov 12, 2012
Thought Police wrote:
Do you have any idea how much it would cost to randomly drug test almost 1,000 kids probably? Dipshit. They can barely afford to keep the lights on in that shithole. You sound like a douchebag with all of your whining. WAAAH protect me from drugs I'm so scared WAAAAH change my diaper. Shut up.
ANGRY MUCH?????????? Lol
Thought Police

Parkersburg, WV

#30 Nov 13, 2012
No, but you sound like a moron. You are here jabbering on about things which you have not put any thought into whatsoever. You sound like some kind of future liberal voter for certain. "Drug test everyone! I love the government!"
Clay resident

Springfield, NJ

#31 Nov 13, 2012
Everywhere has drug problems not just clay.
Alissa

Ardsley, NY

#32 Dec 2, 2012
This is something you all can not stop. Drug testing isn't going to help anything. It will just cause more drop outs. We have to think of where all these kids are getting drugs, stealing from there parents and selling it? Adults are to blame in this matter. I moved away from this county after I had my son because the outbreak in drugs. All you can do is instill how harmful drugs is to your babies and take control. I hope clay county gets better, god bless you all.
you need to think

United States

#33 Dec 2, 2012
Thought Police wrote:
No, but you sound like a moron. You are here jabbering on about things which you have not put any thought into whatsoever. You sound like some kind of future liberal voter for certain. "Drug test everyone! I love the government!"
Its the liberals that are usually agauinst drug testing. Think about the word you are using! Liberals believe we should have liberties with as little involvement by government as possible. Conservatives are the ones usually throwing around policies like drug tesing that adds restrictions.

To curb the behavior in the kids we should look at the parents and teachers. By the way, i am a conservative republican! We need our state legistature to pass a bill for every welfare recipient to be randomly drug tested. Also our county needs to pass it for all county employes to be tested, including teachers. If our tax dollars are paying them or providing benefits, they should be clean!

We clean up the grown ups first, then begin an education drive.
Buba

Princeton, WV

#34 Dec 2, 2012
Thought police isn't to bright any ways cause he/she thinks the mayor is not also the chief of police.
Any mayor is sworn in as both when elected.
know the facts

Bluefield, WV

#35 Dec 2, 2012
buba you don't know shit better check your facts!!!!
Buba

Princeton, WV

#36 Dec 2, 2012
And to think you people have a right to vote, being so misinformed. Call the damn court house.
you need to think

United States

#37 Dec 2, 2012
Well. I dont quite agree that the Mayor is sworn into to do both. They are entirely two different roles in town government and two different oathes. I have seen a Mayor fill in as both, but it isnt right. I think the last Mayor did it that way.

The Mayor should be more like a manager, he should ensure the town is operating according to the direction of what the town council has voted on. Councils are the representatives of the citizens and should be the main decision make, Mayor has authority limited to running/operation of the "machine" called town. Mayor oversees not only the police department, but also the town hall, street department and PSD(if town has one).

Police Chief is usually appointed and is more specialized (experience) in his field. Thats why i dont agree a Mayor should be considered head law enforcement.

So if you consider the Mayor to also be Chief, would it be fair of me to ask. Is he also the #1 pooper processor?
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Ghetto Valley

Parkersburg, WV

#39 Dec 3, 2012
you need to think wrote:
<quoted text>
Its the liberals that are usually agauinst drug testing. Think about the word you are using! Liberals believe we should have liberties with as little involvement by government as possible. Conservatives are the ones usually throwing around policies like drug tesing that adds restrictions.
To curb the behavior in the kids we should look at the parents and teachers. By the way, i am a conservative republican! We need our state legistature to pass a bill for every welfare recipient to be randomly drug tested. Also our county needs to pass it for all county employes to be tested, including teachers. If our tax dollars are paying them or providing benefits, they should be clean!
We clean up the grown ups first, then begin an education drive.
No liberals are all for big government. Libertarians believe that we should have the least amount of government possible. There is a huge difference between liberals and libertarians, please learn a little about politics before you go trying to "educate" others.
not sure yet

United States

#40 Dec 3, 2012
Ok. I did look over what i typed.

Fair enough that you point that out and i will agree on what you say about involvement, but the two still have the same end result in mind when it comes to personal freedoms. Biggest difference is the economy not personal freedom and civil liberty, they believe the same on them. My reference source i use is libertarian.jimeyer.org , yahoo answers, wikipedia and there are many other sites to use. The first one there being more credible.

LIbertarians believe in protecting ones civil liberties by no government involvement and also believe in free trade and an unregulated economy. Libertarians believe good is natural and can not be regulated and economy will run itself and we can accept whatever comes of it. Liberals believe in protecting civil liberties also, but liberals believe in a different approach, regulating government and business to not infringe on such liberties. Also biggest difference of two, liberals believe in taxing business and regulating our economy.

I said the part wrong about the liberals belief in government involvement. But stand behind the statement that its liberals who usually dont vote for drug testing, due to it might infringe on liberties that they so want to protect. Such as welfare, if it is a program to help families and a dad screws it up for whole family. We just infringed on the right of the wife and kids.

Conservatives are all about passing laws "to control "bad," offensive, and immoral behavior". Quote straight from site i reference and there are more out there. It also says even if laws affect non participants. So when it comes to passing laws for drug testing its the republican conservatives that usually put those policies in place.
Ghetto Valley

Parkersburg, WV

#41 Dec 4, 2012
not sure yet wrote:
Ok. I did look over what i typed.
Fair enough that you point that out and i will agree on what you say about involvement, but the two still have the same end result in mind when it comes to personal freedoms. Biggest difference is the economy not personal freedom and civil liberty, they believe the same on them. My reference source i use is libertarian.jimeyer.org , yahoo answers, wikipedia and there are many other sites to use. The first one there being more credible.
LIbertarians believe in protecting ones civil liberties by no government involvement and also believe in free trade and an unregulated economy. Libertarians believe good is natural and can not be regulated and economy will run itself and we can accept whatever comes of it. Liberals believe in protecting civil liberties also, but liberals believe in a different approach, regulating government and business to not infringe on such liberties. Also biggest difference of two, liberals believe in taxing business and regulating our economy.
I said the part wrong about the liberals belief in government involvement. But stand behind the statement that its liberals who usually dont vote for drug testing, due to it might infringe on liberties that they so want to protect. Such as welfare, if it is a program to help families and a dad screws it up for whole family. We just infringed on the right of the wife and kids.
Conservatives are all about passing laws "to control "bad," offensive, and immoral behavior". Quote straight from site i reference and there are more out there. It also says even if laws affect non participants. So when it comes to passing laws for drug testing its the republican conservatives that usually put those policies in place.
If you honestly think that liberals do not want a lot of government involvement in their lives you should probably go get your head examined. Is Dr. Jamie still in town? What do you call the government takeover of education and healthcare? What do you call welfare handouts and entitlement programs? Liberals don't just want the government involved in everything, they are THE party who promotes that nonsense to all of us. There is a HUGE HUGE HUGE difference between your average liberal and your average libertarian. Yes, perhaps the left would be less against drug testing whoever than the right, but that is because their voter base is all drug using welfare check cashing trash or marxist commies. Libertarians would be against it also, but for totally different reasons.
Ghetto Valley

Parkersburg, WV

#42 Dec 4, 2012
If there is any hope for the future in America we have got to get out of this two party system. When the powers that be get to choose both candidates EVERY single time how are real changes every supposed to take place? The same people who own the media are the people who own most of the other giant corporations and the private banks which make up the federal reserve and they are screwing us from every direction all at once. First the media shoves their choice down your throat day after day until you feel like there are no other candidates, then the ones who own the corporations pump tens of millions of dollars into these scumbags campaigns so they can shove even more generic media advertising down our throats, meanwhile the people over at the fed reserve continue to devalue our currency and further ruin America. Then these scumbag politicians offer us their little plan to fix all these problems that their buddies caused in the first place. Meanwhile each and every one of these people has their hand down in your pocket trying to snatch whatever little bit of change you managed to hang onto this far. The whole system is set up to benefit those on the top and to screw the little guy. Both the Republican and the Democratic party are complacent in this.
not sure yet

United States

#43 Dec 4, 2012
I totally agree with both your posts for the most part. Maybe with a little different take.

Education and health care is highly regulated to try to bring everyone on the same program and the liberal are behind most of it. If you look at my second post, after you corrected me, i say that liberals are all about regulating government and business. Those 2 entities over the years, have been moved to more of a government category. School systems moved there many, many years ago and medical more so in last several years. Obamacare was a huge step in that process.

Liberals and libertarians usually want the same when it comes to individual freedoms. You even hit that when you say that both would be not likely to vote for drug testing. That was my original point.

Most definitely agree with doing away with parties. Even though i am republican, i am one that will split my vote everytime. Especially on state level. Our democrats are more in line with republican views than most want to admit. Our country does not see it that way, to many people are closed minded based on party lines and not voting what they value as important answers to problems within the country.

I also think we should do away with the electoral college. The majority of our population can vote one way, but the deciding factor is the college. I dont think that is representing what" the people"s intent in any vote, recently we have seen that a candidate can get more votes and not be president. The whole presidential voting system needs an overhaul.

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