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2014-02-28 10:59:16 AM
well how else are you going to get the screaming resisting delinquents to the principal's office?
 
2014-02-28 11:04:51 AM
All I know is, I'm glad I'm not a teacher.
 
2014-02-28 11:09:15 AM
What's the big deal?
Show me one parent who has never dragged their kid before.

It's not like it hurts them. If I were a parent I'd be more angry at my kid for acting like a little jerk at school.
 
2014-02-28 12:02:00 PM
Don't want your brat dragged at school?  Teach them a little respect and how to walk when told to.
 
2014-02-28 01:03:13 PM
My daughter is 6 years old and can be very difficult when she wants to be. We are working on it. She has never done anything like this, but if she was refusing to get up in the hallway, I would expect them to drag her off. It's tile, she'll slide nicely and end up somewhere that her little tantrum won't be distracting to the rest of the school. This is why it's so difficult to get the schools to do any punishment at all. Our school has the red, yellow and green system, where if you are good you are on green, act up a little and move to yellow, continue to cause problems and you move to red. When this doesn't work, they seem to have no other ideas. I have no problem with this.
 
2014-02-28 01:08:38 PM
If a kid is being disruptive and needs to be removed from a situation and responds with the "rag doll" defense, I think this is a harmless way to accomplish that. At the same time, you can reinforce to the child how ridiculous they're making themselves look.
 
2014-02-28 01:09:58 PM

labman: Don't want your brat dragged at school?  Teach them a little respect and how to walk when told to.


Thisity This This.

I wonder if Nancy Grace can manufacture the same outrage at the inhumanity of criminals getting tazed when they don't comply with simple instructions.

/this is not an endorsement of law enforcement officers
 
2014-02-28 01:11:44 PM
Parents have to teach their kids that "No" doesn't always work.
 
2014-02-28 01:16:21 PM

spittman: My daughter is 6 years old and can be very difficult when she wants to be. We are working on it. She has never done anything like this, but if she was refusing to get up in the hallway, I would expect them to drag her off. It's tile, she'll slide nicely and end up somewhere that her little tantrum won't be distracting to the rest of the school. This is why it's so difficult to get the schools to do any punishment at all. Our school has the red, yellow and green system, where if you are good you are on green, act up a little and move to yellow, continue to cause problems and you move to red. When this doesn't work, they seem to have no other ideas. I have no problem with this.


How does being labeled red discourage a child?
 
2014-02-28 01:18:24 PM
Okay, time for lots of pepper spray... if you can't drag 'em ~ spray 'em!
 
2014-02-28 01:20:51 PM
"we found that she used appropriate force"

What, is she a cop or what?
 
2014-02-28 01:32:01 PM
Being exposed to Nancy Grace is worse than being dragged down the hall by the principal.
 
2014-02-28 01:32:15 PM
As a parent I didn't really see anything in those videos I thought was out of line...hard to say without context I suppose but there was no violence and it seemed an appropriate action to remove a student that was being unruly.
 
2014-02-28 01:45:33 PM
I'm waiting to see some lady drag a kid by his hood or hair or something or down some stairs and then you see some lady slowly pulling a kid through the hall by his leg... ooook
 
2014-02-28 01:53:45 PM

Swampmaster: Okay, time for lots of pepper spray... if you can't drag 'em ~ spray 'em!


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2014-02-28 02:04:05 PM

labman: Don't want your brat dragged at school?  Teach them a little respect and how to walk when told to.


I agree with this but still think it's pretty messed up to drag a kid around the school by one leg.
 
2014-02-28 02:09:49 PM
I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest that at some point the, "I'm going to call your mommy if you don't come with me," ruse was employed, and the kids didn't give a fark.

Says more about the parenting than the principal.

/father of 3 year old
 
2014-02-28 02:20:28 PM
The kids were just practicing Gandhi-like passive resistance....
 
2014-02-28 02:29:03 PM
Didn't look too severe to me.  Kid's not standing up, what do you want them to do, scooch them along the floor with a broom?  Drag the little brat...

Now when I was repeatedly thrown up against a wall and shaken by my 2nd grade teacher, that probably should have resulted in charges.

Drug along a tile floor?  I can't see even remembering that the next month.  No harm done at all.
 
2014-02-28 02:44:16 PM
If Nancy Grace is on this, I'm inclined to defend the principal, just on principle.
 
2014-02-28 02:54:39 PM
Looks like fun, drag me!
 
2014-02-28 02:56:06 PM
What's the big deal? The child was just a little dragamuffin.
 
2014-02-28 03:02:34 PM
I can no longer hear the voice of Nancy Grace without thinking of that scene from The Newsroom. Even now, it's a disturbingly accurate breakdown of her style of "journalism" ... And she's not the only one
 
2014-02-28 03:27:42 PM

GanjSmokr: labman: Don't want your brat dragged at school?  Teach them a little respect and how to walk when told to.

I agree with this but still think it's pretty messed up to drag a kid around the school by one leg.


My nephews absolutely love being picked up and swung around by their legs.  You might think it hurts, but little guys can't get enough of it.  Kids are a lot tougher than you might think.
 
2014-02-28 03:41:03 PM

ecmoRandomNumbers: If Nancy Grace is on this, I'm inclined to defend the principal, just on principle.


"Smart"ed, and not just because you used both "principal" and "principle" correctly. :)

OT, I have a question for you about Northern Arizona University. My nephew is a junior in high school, and an excellent trombone player, and aspires to go there. Can you recommend it?
 
2014-02-28 03:41:37 PM
That lost all credibility when they invited the opinion of the cat with a lime peel on its head.

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2014-02-28 03:58:16 PM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: ecmoRandomNumbers: If Nancy Grace is on this, I'm inclined to defend the principal, just on principle.

"Smart"ed, and not just because you used both "principal" and "principle" correctly. :)

OT, I have a question for you about Northern Arizona University. My nephew is a junior in high school, and an excellent trombone player, and aspires to go there. Can you recommend it?


Jumping in on your thread here... Flagstaff is an expensive town to live in. Beautiful place to live, but most jobs are low paying, and affordable rents are in some pretty shiatty places. NAU is a good school, though. Demand is high, even for crap jobs. When I moved out, in the late 90s, i was working 2 jobs, and applied at the Chili's that was just opening. A week before opening, they already had 2,000 applicants, and expected another 1,000 before they opened. I've had friends that have lived there since, and things haven't improved much in that market, still hard to live and pay rent, being that it's a college town, and if you don't like it, there's a line out the door of college student who will do it.
 
2014-02-28 04:09:39 PM

Mikey1969: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: ecmoRandomNumbers: If Nancy Grace is on this, I'm inclined to defend the principal, just on principle.

"Smart"ed, and not just because you used both "principal" and "principle" correctly. :)

OT, I have a question for you about Northern Arizona University. My nephew is a junior in high school, and an excellent trombone player, and aspires to go there. Can you recommend it?

Jumping in on your thread here... Flagstaff is an expensive town to live in. Beautiful place to live, but most jobs are low paying, and affordable rents are in some pretty shiatty places. NAU is a good school, though. Demand is high, even for crap jobs. When I moved out, in the late 90s, i was working 2 jobs, and applied at the Chili's that was just opening. A week before opening, they already had 2,000 applicants, and expected another 1,000 before they opened. I've had friends that have lived there since, and things haven't improved much in that market, still hard to live and pay rent, being that it's a college town, and if you don't like it, there's a line out the door of college student who will do it.


Thanks, I appreciate the input. This is something I can show my nephew. He lives in Kingman, and goes to Flagstaff a few times a year for competitions, and he loves it there. He will appreciate your comments also. Once again, thanks.
 
2014-02-28 04:15:11 PM

Kraftwerk Orange: GanjSmokr: labman: Don't want your brat dragged at school?  Teach them a little respect and how to walk when told to.

I agree with this but still think it's pretty messed up to drag a kid around the school by one leg.

My nephews absolutely love being picked up and swung around by their legs.  You might think it hurts, but little guys can't get enough of it.  Kids are a lot tougher than you might think.


Let me rephrase: I agree with this but still think it's pretty messed up for a school employee to drag a kid around the school by one leg.

I didn't necessarily believe it was hurting them physically.  Possibly emotionally, but I don't know that nor am I implying that.  I just personally don't think it's proper for a principal to drag a student down the hall by their leg.
 
2014-02-28 04:22:44 PM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: Mikey1969: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: ecmoRandomNumbers: If Nancy Grace is on this, I'm inclined to defend the principal, just on principle.

"Smart"ed, and not just because you used both "principal" and "principle" correctly. :)

OT, I have a question for you about Northern Arizona University. My nephew is a junior in high school, and an excellent trombone player, and aspires to go there. Can you recommend it?

Jumping in on your thread here... Flagstaff is an expensive town to live in. Beautiful place to live, but most jobs are low paying, and affordable rents are in some pretty shiatty places. NAU is a good school, though. Demand is high, even for crap jobs. When I moved out, in the late 90s, i was working 2 jobs, and applied at the Chili's that was just opening. A week before opening, they already had 2,000 applicants, and expected another 1,000 before they opened. I've had friends that have lived there since, and things haven't improved much in that market, still hard to live and pay rent, being that it's a college town, and if you don't like it, there's a line out the door of college student who will do it.

Thanks, I appreciate the input. This is something I can show my nephew. He lives in Kingman, and goes to Flagstaff a few times a year for competitions, and he loves it there. He will appreciate your comments also. Once again, thanks.


All-State band is next week, I think. Hopefully his band director is taking him to that.

Flagstaff is a nice place to live if you don't have to worry about money. NAU has a good music department, but it's not the best. As much as I hate ASU, they have a far superior music department. I just hated the logistics of living in Tempe, parking in Area 51 (Lot 59 at the stadium) and trying to catch a bus to my classes at Gammage and the Music Building. I missed probably 1/3 of my Form and Analysis class and Counterpoint class because of this. It was enough to make me go to UofA, which doesn't have the best music department, but has a great Spanish department, which was my second major.

ASU has the specialists your nephew is going to want if he wants to become a professional (if he's going to stay in-state.)
 
2014-02-28 04:34:15 PM

ecmoRandomNumbers: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: Mikey1969: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: ecmoRandomNumbers: If Nancy Grace is on this, I'm inclined to defend the principal, just on principle.

"Smart"ed, and not just because you used both "principal" and "principle" correctly. :)

OT, I have a question for you about Northern Arizona University. My nephew is a junior in high school, and an excellent trombone player, and aspires to go there. Can you recommend it?

Jumping in on your thread here... Flagstaff is an expensive town to live in. Beautiful place to live, but most jobs are low paying, and affordable rents are in some pretty shiatty places. NAU is a good school, though. Demand is high, even for crap jobs. When I moved out, in the late 90s, i was working 2 jobs, and applied at the Chili's that was just opening. A week before opening, they already had 2,000 applicants, and expected another 1,000 before they opened. I've had friends that have lived there since, and things haven't improved much in that market, still hard to live and pay rent, being that it's a college town, and if you don't like it, there's a line out the door of college student who will do it.

Thanks, I appreciate the input. This is something I can show my nephew. He lives in Kingman, and goes to Flagstaff a few times a year for competitions, and he loves it there. He will appreciate your comments also. Once again, thanks.

All-State band is next week, I think. Hopefully his band director is taking him to that.

Flagstaff is a nice place to live if you don't have to worry about money. NAU has a good music department, but it's not the best. As much as I hate ASU, they have a far superior music department. I just hated the logistics of living in Tempe, parking in Area 51 (Lot 59 at the stadium) and trying to catch a bus to my classes at Gammage and the Music Building. I missed probably 1/3 of my Form and Analysis class and Counterpoint class because of this. It was enough to make me go to UofA, which doesn't have the best music depa ...


My nephew will be home from school in a few hours. I'll have him read this, and post any questions he has to this thread. If you need to go in-depth, you can use my EIP. I certainly appreciate your taking the time to answer my post. Thank you so much!
 
2014-02-28 04:48:36 PM

voltOhm: well how else are you going to get the screaming resisting delinquents to the principal's office?


And now we see why teachers are calling the cops to Taser elementary school kids.  None of those kids got hurt at all, they are sliding them slowly down a slick tile floor, yet witness the freakout.

Did I say floor?  I meant "FuhLOOWWWuuurrRRRR!"
 
2014-02-28 05:21:04 PM
I'm OK with kids being dragged harmlessly along a smooth surface.
 
2014-02-28 10:08:42 PM
OMG!!!!! What the hell? The kid is being abused by that cruel adult!

Oh.... It's that Nancy Whatsherclit, nevermind... The kid is probably a on welfare and deserved it.

It's like listening to the Beatles in reverse. The song may be about war, but in reverse, it sounds like a Russian orgy.

/what?
 
2014-02-28 11:13:59 PM

Zachery: I'm OK with kids being dragged harmlessly along a smooth surface.


As owner of a house with hardwood floors and the parent of kindergarten-aged children, this has occurred more than once upon announcement that it is bedtime.
 
2014-03-01 12:01:56 AM
Sorry, but if your retarded little snowflake doesn't want to obey the principal and WALK, you don't have a leg to stand on either, Mrs. Frivolous Lawsuit Seeker.

Frankly, children need beaten more and this doesn't even qualify as beating!
 
2014-03-01 02:51:34 AM
This is totally unacceptable. The principal should have called the cops to come beat/taze the kid into submission.
 
2014-03-01 03:24:48 AM
What a drag...
 
2014-03-01 06:36:31 AM
Thanks for the Nancy Grace warning in that video, subby, you dumb shiat. I hope you grown taste buds on your asshole.
 
2014-03-01 06:39:39 AM

Marmilman: I hope you grown taste buds on your asshole.


grow
 
2014-03-01 06:49:40 AM

Marmilman: Thanks for the Nancy Grace warning in that video, subby, you dumb shiat. I hope you grown taste buds on your asshole.


That is one of the most amusing and vile insults I'd ever heard, kudos!  (and agreed, fark nancy grace)

/I saw nothing wrong in this video, you gotta show them that ragdoll doesn't work otherwise they turn into ridiculously entitled adults who keep doing it
 
2014-03-01 09:37:04 AM

DrPainMD: This is totally unacceptable. The principal should have called the cops to come beat/taze the kid into submission.


It has been done in Flint.  A cop was called to handcuff a five year old.  And he did.
 
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