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2014-04-16 08:10:15 PM
media.cmgdigital.com

Looks like one of those high-capacity assault knives.
 
2014-04-16 08:41:18 PM
For once the response sounds reasonable.....
 
2014-04-16 09:30:05 PM
My second day of being a substitute teacher was spent covering in-school suspension for a KINDERGARTENER, so I'm getting a kick...

\as he did, out the door, before the end of that year
\\literally every sibling of that family was kicked out eventually
 
2014-04-16 09:33:37 PM
Who names a boy Jodine?  That's just asking for trouble.
 
2014-04-16 09:40:46 PM
if he didn't yell out "don't make me cut a biatch!" at his seat mate, then I've lost all faith in the future fathers of our country.
 
2014-04-16 09:40:49 PM
"suspended for 3 days"

"now in an alternative school for the rest of the year"


wait, what?
/slightly surprised that a zero tolerance policy didn't have the kid arrested and booked at the county jail
 
2014-04-16 09:42:39 PM
Zero tolerance is such a pile o.... Oh wait. No, never mind. The response was completely appropriate to the situation.

I hope someone is looking into that child's home life.
 
2014-04-16 09:43:37 PM
More casualties of video games.
 
2014-04-16 09:43:58 PM

fusillade762: [media.cmgdigital.com image 640x360]

Looks like one of those high-capacity assault knives.


It seems like we were in another age back in the 20th century when a pocketknife or a multitool wasn't cause for a campus-wide lockdown.  I'd have been expelled a thousand times over with the rules today.
 
2014-04-16 09:44:09 PM
When my son was small, he straightened up when I told him I'd "Go Yakuza" on him. His Mom said no. I said by the time the cops arrive the garbage dispoal would get it. He straightened up for a while. No physical damage done. But the psyche, on the other hand...
 
2014-04-16 09:44:16 PM
Approves, but is not impressed yet.
img.fark.net
 
2014-04-16 09:44:18 PM
This is Obama's Kristallnacht
 
2014-04-16 09:45:05 PM
Future serial killer in the making
 
2014-04-16 09:48:07 PM
I played with pocket knives when I was a youngling. I turned out ok. But then again, I never threatened any other children with them. I was taught to take care of them. This kid is probably going down a bad road. They should check out his home life.
 
2014-04-16 09:48:16 PM
Also unimpressed:
www.whatsthebigidea.com
 
2014-04-16 09:49:45 PM
Amateur. That Pakistani baby beat a damn murder rap.
 
2014-04-16 09:52:10 PM

Ambivalence: Who names a boy Jodine?  That's just asking for trouble.


Jodine is the name of the female reporter, not the boy.
 
2014-04-16 09:54:57 PM
Agree with all comments; however--

"He maybe said something to her and she felt threatened," the principal said????? WTF???

Just tell us what happened and she got scared. Don't feel like you have to be all low-key and legalistic.
 
2014-04-16 09:54:58 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2014-04-16 09:58:18 PM
damn.    if thats all it takes to get suspended now 80% of my high school graduating class would have never made it to graduation
 
2014-04-16 10:01:29 PM
I bought myself a knife while on a first grade field trip to the Stuttgart Zoo.  Even borrowed a couple pfennigs from the chaperone...  It was a horribly cheap little piece of souvenir trash.

Did get into trouble, teacher took it away and drove me home to meet with my parents.  I was given it back about a year later, along with a decent Swiss Army knife.
 
2014-04-16 10:13:47 PM
Where's the obligatory "not my little angel" comment from his neglectful mother?
 
2014-04-16 10:15:02 PM
"That's very scary. Just wow at that age. A first grader?" said parent Karen Hollis.

Just wow
 
2014-04-16 10:15:52 PM
I learned it from YOU!


www.shredesign.com
 
2014-04-16 10:18:59 PM
Probably the product of a broken home....
horrornews.net cinemaknifefight.files.wordpress.com
 
2014-04-16 10:19:27 PM

Ambivalence: Who names a boy Jodine?  That's just asking for trouble.


ametia.files.wordpress.com

Jodine, Jodine, Jodine JODINE!
 
2014-04-16 10:25:19 PM

SquiggsIN: fusillade762: [media.cmgdigital.com image 640x360]

Looks like one of those high-capacity assault knives.

It seems like we were in another age back in the 20th century when a pocketknife or a multitool wasn't cause for a campus-wide lockdown.  I'd have been expelled a thousand times over with the rules today.


Same here. I had a swiss army knife from Boy Scouts that had my name engraved it it from the factory.

I was proud of that thing and carried it everywhere...but then again, I never tried to kill anyone with it or slash up the seats, etc.
 
2014-04-16 10:27:43 PM

namegoeshere: I hope someone is looking into that child's home life.


Indeed my thoughts exactly. Alternative school can only do so much if the kid's home life sucks.
 
2014-04-16 10:30:19 PM
Bringing a knife to school and threatening little girls. Which one of you Farkers bred this?
 
2014-04-16 10:31:39 PM

namegoeshere: Zero tolerance is such a pile o.... Oh wait. No, never mind. The response was completely appropriate to the situation.

I hope someone is looking into that child's home life.


He learned that behavior from somewhere. So... yes, someone should probably get CPS on the horn if they haven't already.
 
2014-04-16 10:48:17 PM

Ambivalence: Who names a boy Jodine?  That's just asking for trouble.


That was the meanest thing that his dad went and did
 
2014-04-16 11:09:14 PM

HaywoodJablonski: "That's very scary. Just wow at that age. A first grader?" said parent Karen Hollis.

Just wow


Wait. Did he modify a wooden toilet roller with it?
 
2014-04-16 11:09:31 PM
I hope my kids don't do this.  I really wish someone here would give me parenting advice.  Preferably someone who doesn't have kids or any experience in raising them
 
2014-04-16 11:10:52 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: Bringing a knife to school and threatening little girls. Which one of you Farkers bred was this?

 
2014-04-16 11:11:51 PM

Fano: Ambivalence: Who names a boy Jodine?  That's just asking for trouble.

That was the meanest thing that his dad went and did


The dad in question:

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2014-04-16 11:23:32 PM

slotz: Approves, but is not impressed yet.


*snort*

I just watched that movie yesterday, so it was the first thing I thought of too.
 
2014-04-16 11:29:15 PM
That's not a knoife.
 
2014-04-16 11:43:01 PM
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2014-04-16 11:57:06 PM

HaywoodJablonski: "That's very scary. Just wow at that age. A first grader?" said parent Karen Hollis.

Just wow



Such wow

Very scare

Pls send help
 
2014-04-17 12:10:09 AM
Armature. We had a kid who was 10 and would try to bite chunks out of teachers and staff who pissed her off for something as simple as trying to say it's time to go in from recess.
 
m00
2014-04-17 12:16:43 AM
This was decades ago, but I used to be in the Boy Scouts. I had a pocket knife in my backpack, because I had gone camping over the weekend and it was in a side compartment I had forgotten to empty. Yep you better believe the school had a problem with this. Despite the fact those blades are tiny and pretty dull, and you can't do much with them other than cut sticks or rope.
 
2014-04-17 12:20:05 AM

MustardTiger: I played with pocket knives when I was a youngling. I turned out ok. But then again, I never threatened any other children with them. I was taught to take care of them. This kid is probably going down a bad road. They should check out his home life.


Same...

I learned about knives from my father, who taught me to keep my knives razor sharp at all times, and to handle them with utmost care. For example, when handing a knife to someone, always handle first and wait for them to say "thank you" before releasing the blade. One of the more important things he taught me was to never just bring a knife into places I shouldn't and never brandish a knife at someone unless I need to kill them.
 
2014-04-17 12:20:45 AM

m00: This was decades ago, but I used to be in the Boy Scouts. I had a pocket knife in my backpack, because I had gone camping over the weekend and it was in a side compartment I had forgotten to empty. Yep you better believe the school had a problem with this. Despite the fact those blades are tiny and pretty dull, and you can't do much with them other than cut sticks or rope.


You let your pocket knives get dull? For shame.
 
2014-04-17 12:30:44 AM
cdn.filmschoolrejects.com

Maybe the kid was buried in a Pet Sematary.
 
2014-04-17 12:36:10 AM

LavenderWolf: learned about knives from my father, who taught me to keep my knives razor sharp at all times, and to handle them with utmost care. For example, when handing a knife to someone, always handle first and wait for them to say "thank you" before releasing the blade. One of the more important things he taught me was to never just bring a knife into places I shouldn't and never brandish a knife at someone unless I need to kill them


In those rare instances, you shouldn't brandish either (hesitation), just cut.

CSB: A buddy of mine started carrying a folding knife in his 'wallet pocket' in case of mugging; sure enough, some kid pulled a knife on him in a nightclub bathroom. My friend tells the guy to be cool, reaches back, and BRANDISHES the knife. I mean, pulled the knife out, opened it, and showed it to the mugger. So the mugger slashed my friend's arm and took his wallet anyway.  *facepalm*

/Just glad he's still around for me to rag on him about it
 
2014-04-17 12:42:19 AM

Brainsick: LavenderWolf: learned about knives from my father, who taught me to keep my knives razor sharp at all times, and to handle them with utmost care. For example, when handing a knife to someone, always handle first and wait for them to say "thank you" before releasing the blade. One of the more important things he taught me was to never just bring a knife into places I shouldn't and never brandish a knife at someone unless I need to kill them

In those rare instances, you shouldn't brandish either (hesitation), just cut.

CSB: A buddy of mine started carrying a folding knife in his 'wallet pocket' in case of mugging; sure enough, some kid pulled a knife on him in a nightclub bathroom. My friend tells the guy to be cool, reaches back, and BRANDISHES the knife. I mean, pulled the knife out, opened it, and showed it to the mugger. So the mugger slashed my friend's arm and took his wallet anyway.  *facepalm*

/Just glad he's still around for me to rag on him about it


Yeah he should have shanked the thief immediately, over and over, with speed and force.
 
2014-04-17 12:51:42 AM

Brainsick: LavenderWolf: learned about knives from my father, who taught me to keep my knives razor sharp at all times, and to handle them with utmost care. For example, when handing a knife to someone, always handle first and wait for them to say "thank you" before releasing the blade. One of the more important things he taught me was to never just bring a knife into places I shouldn't and never brandish a knife at someone unless I need to kill them

In those rare instances, you shouldn't brandish either (hesitation), just cut.

CSB: A buddy of mine started carrying a folding knife in his 'wallet pocket' in case of mugging; sure enough, some kid pulled a knife on him in a nightclub bathroom. My friend tells the guy to be cool, reaches back, and BRANDISHES the knife. I mean, pulled the knife out, opened it, and showed it to the mugger. So the mugger slashed my friend's arm and took his wallet anyway.  *facepalm*

/Just glad he's still around for me to rag on him about it


Had an neighbor that was absolutely fascinated with edged weapons of any kind. He would prefer knives even in video games against well armed opponents. I just figured.. meh.. whatever. Dude was a little off.. but seemed pretty nice.

He stabbed his mom to death tonight.

I still don't know how to feel.

Directly across the street from where I used to live. My ex roomies still live there.

http://www.10tv.com/content/stories/2014/04/16/madison-township-stab bi ng-murder.html
 
2014-04-17 02:04:07 AM
My BFF teaches 6th grade in a school with an enrollment of 150-ish. This year, 5 of the their kids have parole officers. 2 kids have records for theft/vandalism 1 kid (a 6th grader) for sexual assault committed in the 5th grade, and the last 2 for violent assaults.  My friend has the sexual assault kid in her homeroom. She says the kid has the creepy psycho stare down pat. She was told by her bosses and the kid's P.O. that neither her, nor any female was to ever be alone with this student.

/Sexual assault committed in elementary school.
//Jeebuz wept.
 
2014-04-17 02:17:00 AM

Summer Glau's Love Slave: My BFF teaches 6th grade in a school with an enrollment of 150-ish. This year, 5 of the their kids have parole officers. 2 kids have records for theft/vandalism 1 kid (a 6th grader) for sexual assault committed in the 5th grade, and the last 2 for violent assaults.  My friend has the sexual assault kid in her homeroom. She says the kid has the creepy psycho stare down pat. She was told by her bosses and the kid's P.O. that neither her, nor any female was to ever be alone with this student.

/Sexual assault committed in elementary school.
//Jeebuz wept.


But telling Mom not to drink/do drugs while pregnant violates her rights! Making Dad be in his kids' life while he's off siring more kids is messing with his rights! Keeping your act together for the kids instead of partying all the time screws with your life! Making sure your new boyfriend doesn't pimp out your third-grader means he might leave you!

Kids never have a chance.
 
2014-04-17 04:09:35 AM

Shadow Blasko: Brainsick: LavenderWolf: learned about knives from my father, who taught me to keep my knives razor sharp at all times, and to handle them with utmost care. For example, when handing a knife to someone, always handle first and wait for them to say "thank you" before releasing the blade. One of the more important things he taught me was to never just bring a knife into places I shouldn't and never brandish a knife at someone unless I need to kill them

In those rare instances, you shouldn't brandish either (hesitation), just cut.

CSB: A buddy of mine started carrying a folding knife in his 'wallet pocket' in case of mugging; sure enough, some kid pulled a knife on him in a nightclub bathroom. My friend tells the guy to be cool, reaches back, and BRANDISHES the knife. I mean, pulled the knife out, opened it, and showed it to the mugger. So the mugger slashed my friend's arm and took his wallet anyway.  *facepalm*

/Just glad he's still around for me to rag on him about it

Had an neighbor that was absolutely fascinated with edged weapons of any kind. He would prefer knives even in video games against well armed opponents. I just figured.. meh.. whatever. Dude was a little off.. but seemed pretty nice.

He stabbed his mom to death tonight.

I still don't know how to feel.

Directly across the street from where I used to live. My ex roomies still live there.

http://www.10tv.com/content/stories/2014/04/16/madison-township-stab bi ng-murder.html


Damn.

Yeah, that sort of thing is... just...

A girl with Down Syndrome, who I used to see in elementary school (and who was about my age),, died in a murder/suicide years ago. Her mother, single, had gotten a positive diagnosis of cancer (again), got desperate, took out her gun, and... gah...

Oh we humans and our traitorous, malfunctioning gray matter.

/sigh
 
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