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Half million students to DC this weekend.

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5 mins ago, MitchellNJ said:

The problem is the de-socialization of society via the advent of digital social constructs which are in no way a proper substitute for the real thing. That and the complete lack of engaged parenting on the part of the first wave of the laziest generation ever to set foot on the earth.

 

Parent your kids and engage them in outdoor social activities. Don't be their "bestie" be a ****ing parent.

Very true.

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Spending the weekend helping my bud work a booth at gun show.

 

Nice to see a good turnout of non-whining, level headed kids who actually understand which end of a gun the bullet comes from perusing the aisles today.

 

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, Steve in Mass said:

Stoning could be last ditch defense against school shooters, Blue Mountain official says

The superintendent of Blue Mountain School District testified to a state committee in Harrisburg last week that each classroom in the school has been equipped with a five-gallon bucket of river stone, according to WNEP. 


Officials in Schuylkill County are planning to teach students to throw rocks at school shooters.

 

The superintendent of Blue Mountain School District testified to a state committee in Harrisburg last week that each classroom in the school has been equipped with a five-gallon bucket of river stone, according to WNEP TV.


“If an armed intruder attempts to gain entrance to any of our classrooms, they will face a classroom full of students armed with rocks and they will be stoned,” Superintendent David Helsel said to the House Education Committee in Harrisburg.

 

Helsel said teachers, staff and students have had active shooter training and routinely hold evacuation drills for active shooter simulations. But in the event of a lockdown, Helsel said, students can use the bucket or rocks to throw at shooters as a last resort.


At least one student told WNEP she liked the plan, while a parent called the plan “absurd” and said teachers should carry firearms.

Helsel said the district does not plan to arm teachers with firearms. However, Blue Mountain does have an armed maintenance employee who is certified to work as school security.

 

Um, yeah.... :rolleyes:

 

 

I think the superintendent was "stoned" when he came up with this brilliant brain fart.  He can designate roles for each of the kids too. Kind of like fire wardens.  Lets see. You can have one kid or teacher with the biggest rock be classified as "HEAD STONER" .  He gets to go first and confront the bad shooter.  Then you can have a first wave of "Stoneheads" to make the initial assault.   Followed by a 2nd wave of  "middle stoners and finally the kindergarteners can be the little stone heads.      Of course you cant arm a kid without parental approval and since rocks can be fired from a slingshot cannon or catapult they should each be registered with serial numbers and tracked to each student so no one decides to use their stones in an illegal manner.  In fact. If you are going to arm your students with a deadly weapon like a stone then there should be a training course and aptitude test and a psychological exam first.  maybe even a three day waiting period...  yes lets give all the kids deadly weapons to deal with an intuder.  Who needs security guards? Or armed forces protecting them?   Certainly not those million marchers. 

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15 mins ago, HugeDinghy said:

Hundreds of thousands of teenagers took to the street today for tougher gun laws, but tens of millions of teenagers did not. 

The sad part is those hundreds of thousands of teenagers will get out and vote for the candidate who promised them what they want  and who will take your 2nd amendment rights away, while those tens of millions will stay home.  I smell a democrat coming out of thw woodwork soon to capitalize on this.

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The stone policy is a good prep for the coming Sharia law after you are disarmed by the metrosexual Hogg people or  EMP attack.  I'm not sure if the texting muscles are developed enough to girlie hurl a stone or not.

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1 hour ago, HugeDinghy said:

Hundreds of thousands of teenagers took to the street today for tougher gun laws, but tens of millions of teenagers did not. 

Those kids aren’t on television unfortunately 

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On 3/23/2018 at 7:25 AM, Little said:

They are not protesting guns.  Guns are merely the reason for the protest.

 

They are protesting being out of political power.

 

This march is being run by a muslim fundamentalist that thinks Sadaam Hussein was an ok guy that was misunderstood and got a raw deal.

 

The kids that are being bussed to DC (busses paid for by AWFUL people) are stupid and do not know why they are being taken there.  My children are not allowed to go.

It's all part of the agenda.  The march towards a fully progressive society continues, onward and upward to enlightenment.

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“If an armed intruder attempts to gain entrance to any of our classrooms, they will face a classroom full of students armed with rocks and they will be stoned,” Superintendent David Helsel said to the House Education Committee in Harrisburg.

 

I would use Hesel as a human shield if I had the chance.

 

"And in West Virginia, students at Winfield High School were told they could no longer bring cellphones inside. School officials made that decision after someone sent a threat on an anonymous texting app, according to the Charleston Gazette-Mail."

 

Some clear thinking at Winfield.

:dismay:

 

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At least they’re not sitting on the couch hoping that someone else will make their lives safer. You might not agree with them, but their opinions deserve the same respect that yours does. That’s where our society has gone wrong, people no longer respect opinions that are contrary to their own. 

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8 mins ago, Surf Guy said:

At least they’re not sitting on the couch hoping that someone else will make their lives safer. You might not agree with them, but their opinions deserve the same respect that yours does. That’s where our society has gone wrong, people no longer respect opinions that are contrary to their own. 

Not when their opinion is to take my rights away. Eff them and the people behind them.

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