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mermaid_QT

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Posted: 18 June 2007 at 9:12pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by sonp

Maybe because it is too distracting for the teachers to teach LOL LOL LOL
On a serious note, we do not know how bad it was. Maybe that was why they had to take action LOL LOL LOL


ROFLROFLROFL  That's hillarious!

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Posted: 18 June 2007 at 9:46pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by sonp

Maybe because it is too distracting for the teachers to teach LOL LOL LOL
On a serious note, we do not know how bad it was. Maybe that was why they had to take action LOL LOL LOL


I say to this whole issue:

BFD.

Right now everybody's getting raped in many schools, and hardly a damn thing is being done about it.

Putting out an asinine law like that is just wrong. It's bureaucratic blabber. Invest money into extra security in ALL SCHOOLS and all shall be well.

If not, then I'm running out of Goddamn options. Sheesh.

After all, the place I'm from, New York, has been corrupt since God knows how long. Worse has happened and little was done.

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Posted: 18 June 2007 at 10:00pm | IP Logged
wat??? am glad to be done schooling.

It's a misunderstanding of people making these rules. This might end up in rebellious act by most. When one inculcates feeling for something wrong, curiousity and teenage reasoning come in play, more negative impact.

BTW - ask these folks enforcing these rule to curb drugs from college first then such Dead things

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Posted: 18 June 2007 at 10:17pm | IP Logged
This law is big lose for girls Tongue

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Posted: 18 June 2007 at 10:39pm | IP Logged
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Posted: 18 June 2007 at 10:52pm | IP Logged

Originally posted by mermaid_QT

they will achieve more hypocracy and more uncontrolled and risky behaviour outside schools and behind parents's back. this is the most immature way of handling girls and boys at a certain age.
when prohibited, the urges to experiment are several folds higher Dead .. shame on them

I agree with Mermaid. Forbidden thing attracts the most. Before experimenting on young generation they should have considered this part of human psychology.



Edited by kaleidoscope - 18 June 2007 at 10:53pm

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Posted: 18 June 2007 at 11:02pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by kaleidoscope

Originally posted by mermaid_QT

they will achieve more hypocracy and more uncontrolled and risky behaviour outside schools and behind parents's back. this is the most immature way of handling girls and boys at a certain age.
when prohibited, the urges to experiment are several folds higher Dead .. shame on them

I agree with Mermaid. Forbidden thing attracts the most. Before experimenting on young generation they should have considered this part of human psychology.

So what about Arab countries? they dont have mixed skool;s and collages...Embarrassed

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Posted: 18 June 2007 at 11:09pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Believe

Originally posted by kaleidoscope

Originally posted by mermaid_QT

they will achieve more hypocracy and more uncontrolled and risky behaviour outside schools and behind parents's back. this is the most immature way of handling girls and boys at a certain age.
when prohibited, the urges to experiment are several folds higher Dead .. shame on them

I agree with Mermaid. Forbidden thing attracts the most. Before experimenting on young generation they should have considered this part of human psychology.

So what about Arab countries? they dont have mixed skool;s and collages...Embarrassed

Kids have their mind set accordingly over there. So it doesnot sound a big deal to them. But in India situation is bit different than Arab countries. They were interacting freely till now and all on a sudden restriction may make them rebellious.

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