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(Bleeding Cool)   Philadelphia school no longer allows children to play superheroes. If only Hollywood would do the same thing with Nic Cage   (bleedingcool.com) divider line 17
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2013-05-23 08:59:05 AM
"The safety and well being of your child is our first and foremost concern". Aren't you a school? Shouldn't educating them be on the top of that list?
 
2013-05-23 08:59:23 AM
If true, this is the stupidest rule since they banned playing tag.
 
2013-05-23 09:00:57 AM
This rule works well when coupled with classroom installation of

25.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-05-23 09:06:05 AM
Why?  They're the only heroes left.  Not like you can look to sports anymore.
 
2013-05-23 09:10:44 AM
A good friend told me about a time when his son was in kindergarten and was playig with toy soldiers.  When the teacher asked what they were doing, he said "this man is chasing this other man, and when he catches him he's gonna kill him."

Turns out the 5yr old was watching shows with his older brother and sister.  When my bud talked to his son about it, the kid said "that's what they do on every Batman cartoon."

Parenting 101...ya gotta police what small kids watch.

And....when I was between jobs I stayed with him for a while.  One night he got called into work and I stayed with the kids....who were watching wresting.  The two boys got so wound up watching it they basically brawled until the little guy nearly broke his thumb.

After that I told my bud I don't mind watching the kids,  but NO WRESTLING. Goin' to the ER isn't any fun....
 
2013-05-23 09:11:17 AM

serial_crusher: "The safety and well being of your child is our first and foremost concern". Aren't you a school? Shouldn't educating them be on the top of that list?


In several parts of Philadelphia, they're lucky that they make it to school with no bullet holes in them.  Then you have to unload all the emotional baggage they're carrying.  Once that's done, you have about 15 minutes left in the school day.

/ taught in the Philly meat grinder.
// left because of the obstacles that prevented any educating from getting done.
/// obstacles = crime, drugs, poverty, felon parents
 
2013-05-23 09:30:25 AM
The spelling mistakes are the best part of it.
 
2013-05-23 09:39:35 AM
And these are the people who think NJ is a nice vacation spot.

/at least it will be safe paly
 
2013-05-23 09:48:23 AM

ristst: A good friend told me about a time when his son was in kindergarten and was playig with toy soldiers.  When the teacher asked what they were doing, he said "this man is chasing this other man, and when he catches him he's gonna kill him."

Turns out the 5yr old was watching shows with his older brother and sister.  When my bud talked to his son about it, the kid said "that's what they do on every Batman cartoon."

Parenting 101...ya gotta police what small kids watch.

And....when I was between jobs I stayed with him for a while.  One night he got called into work and I stayed with the kids....who were watching wresting.  The two boys got so wound up watching it they basically brawled until the little guy nearly broke his thumb.

After that I told my bud I don't mind watching the kids,  but NO WRESTLING. Goin' to the ER isn't any fun....


People just love getting parenting advice from childless, unemployed, couch-surfing deadbeats.
 
2013-05-23 09:48:41 AM
If this letter came home with my kid, I'd tell him he's still free to play as whatever he wants on the playground, and never has to fear getting in trouble from me about it.
 
2013-05-23 10:40:21 AM
www.crossfit.com

Moneybars over cement.  Accept no substitute
 
2013-05-23 12:55:27 PM

serial_crusher: "The safety and well being of your child is our first and foremost concern". Aren't you a school? Shouldn't educating them be on the top of that list?


Its a Pre-K: Where there is no evidence that it provides serious educational benefits.
 
2013-05-23 12:59:46 PM
Oh, to be 5 or 6 or 7 again, playing Star Trek during recess (with the merry-go-round as the Enterprise).  Other favorites were Batman, Emergency, and Longstreet (Longstreet was okay unless you got stuck playing the guide dog).
 
2013-05-23 03:09:16 PM
When I was in elementary school, it was considered customary to announce your favorite Power Ranger and Ninja Turtle upon meeting another child, at which point you would then "fight" them or team up to fight others as appropriate. Needless to say teachers at the time hated Power Rangers too.

/Green Ranger, Michaelangelo
 
2013-05-23 04:10:26 PM

serial_crusher: "The safety and well being of your child is our first and foremost concern". Aren't you a school? Shouldn't educating them be on the top of that list?


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2013-05-23 04:15:43 PM

serial_crusher: "The safety and well being of your child is our first and foremost concern". Aren't you a school? Shouldn't educating them be on the top of that list?


^this.

/letter woefully rife with spelling errors and poor grammar
//we r skool; we no best for chrilden
 
2013-05-24 12:13:33 AM
On the wone hand I can kind of understand, when my son announces that he's playing superheroes hes in essence announcing that he's going to be an ass for the next few hours. but shiat. that letter is a literal independent thought alarm... that's sick.
 
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