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(Orange County Register)   The OC... where high school seniors and juniors hold NFL style drafts for prom dates   ( divider line
    More: Sick, Orange County, high schools, NFL, random numbers  
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2014-05-07 02:59:35 PM  
This is fantastic and clever. These boys should be commended for ingenuity. The top ranking girls should be given a ribbon.
2014-05-07 06:11:40 PM  

SamuraiNCO: Graduated from CdMHS years ago so getting a kick out of these replies.  I don't remember a draft back then.  Only internet access was Compuserve or Prodigy though so that wasn't available to organize on this level.  Since both the boys and the girls were both fine with it I am not seeing what there is to be outraged about here.

The school cannot afford even the perception of endorsement. And, honestly, I doubt all of them were fine with it - that's the other problem. The have-nots are already demonized enough, without having their perceived faults quantified as "an 18th round draft pick" by superficial assholes. Americans are already superficial, shallow, and callous enough, without somehow codifying a ritual reinforcing those traits.
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