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2012-06-14 05:50:36 PM

Carn: The My Little Pony Killer: I like how the idiot parents seem to think that they can dictate what the punishment should be. If they had any idea of how to get messages across to their kids in the first place, they wouldn't be missing out on their graduation ceremony now.

Oh come the fark on, the ringleader has a 4.0+ GPA. They made a bad decision; from what I understand, teenagers are good at that.


Somebody with a 4.0 GPA should be expected to know that putting baby oil on tile isn't going to create a fun ice-skating rink, it's going to cause people to fall down. Hard. I agree with the Farker who said that this punishment probably isn't enough in the first place. They got off lucky with the blanket suspension.
 
2012-06-14 05:52:10 PM

Carn: Slaves2Darkness: Carn: The My Little Pony Killer: I like how the idiot parents seem to think that they can dictate what the punishment should be. If they had any idea of how to get messages across to their kids in the first place, they wouldn't be missing out on their graduation ceremony now.

Oh come the fark on, the ringleader has a 4.0+ GPA. They made a bad decision; from what I understand, teenagers are good at that.

Yes and they should be punished for it, not getting to attend graduation is appropriate, otherwise how will they learn. This is a teaching moment, and the lesson is do something stupid get punished.

I totally agree. My comment was disagreeing with the other poster's statement that the parents are horrible people and failed utterly at their jobs. They clearly got some thing(s) right if they have a kid with those kind of grades. Smart kids often get bored and do stupid things in high school.

/was one of those kids


Oh get real. I didn't call the parents horrible people. I called them idiots. Because they are.
 
2012-06-14 06:09:41 PM
They forced me to go to that farking ceremony. If i only had known.
 
2012-06-14 07:21:03 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: Carn: Slaves2Darkness: Carn: The My Little Pony Killer: I like how the idiot parents seem to think that they can dictate what the punishment should be. If they had any idea of how to get messages across to their kids in the first place, they wouldn't be missing out on their graduation ceremony now.

Oh come the fark on, the ringleader has a 4.0+ GPA. They made a bad decision; from what I understand, teenagers are good at that.

Yes and they should be punished for it, not getting to attend graduation is appropriate, otherwise how will they learn. This is a teaching moment, and the lesson is do something stupid get punished.

I totally agree. My comment was disagreeing with the other poster's statement that the parents are horrible people and failed utterly at their jobs. They clearly got some thing(s) right if they have a kid with those kind of grades. Smart kids often get bored and do stupid things in high school.

/was one of those kids

Oh get real. I didn't call the parents horrible people. I called them idiots. Because they are.


Uh huh. You've never in your life done anything remotely stupid, ill-advised, or not thought through? Especially as a teen? I bet. Glad you've got the whole moral superiority thing working for you, though. You implied that the parents are utter failures, which in my book is equivalent to calling them horrible people. But if you'd like to lighten that to idiot and perhaps acknowledge the fact that having an honors student means they at least, in fact did get one or two things right at minimum, you won't look like quite as much of an ass. But then, that would be admitting that you were wrong, which I gather from your reply is something that isn't a strong point for you. Of course, if you did that, then this would also make you a hypocrite for being so judgmental of the kid and his parents in the first place, so I'm guessing you'll keep your seat on the morality high-chair and smugly smile down on the rest of us. Give Jesus a high five for me and a pat on the back for your good judging. He's proud of you.
 
2012-06-15 01:50:04 AM

LavenderWolf: HotWingAgenda: Oh god, that was my high school. And I knew that kid's older sister when I was there. This prank is only marginally less lame than the one my class did. What a disgrace.

Back in the 70's some kids disassembled a VW Beetle and reassembled it on the roof of the school, back when there used to be a working auto shop class on campus. Those were the glory years, before the PC-tards took over public schools.

Oh I am so tired of hearing that regurgitated bullshiat story. Yeah, man. My school too. I heard all about it.


I realize this thread is pretty much over, but I didn't get back to my personal computer until just now. I actually met the guys that did the stunt; they told me in detail how they pulled it off.
 
2012-06-16 02:46:57 PM
Not being allowed to attend a graduation ceremony is punishment? How about tearing up their grades in front of them and blowing the confetti in their faces?
 
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