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(ABC)   Redhead sent home from school for a) assault on teacher, b) swearing in public, c) "disruptive" hair   (abcnews.go.com) divider line 217
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2014-08-15 05:14:01 PM  
FTFA: Black, who was determined not to miss any more class time, stripped her hair hours after the incident. Her mother, however, reported that the disciplinary action has taken its toll.

"She's been a little down," Boyd said. "She misses her hair color. I'm upset for her. I just felt very angered that my child -- a good student, no problems ever -- is having her feet knocked out from under her on the first day of school."


A "good student" would follow the school's code of conduct.
 
2014-08-15 05:27:58 PM  
a.abcnews.com

The red hair is the least disruptive part of that hosebeast.
 
2014-08-15 05:30:41 PM  

Fark Me To Tears: FTFA: Black, who was determined not to miss any more class time, stripped her hair hours after the incident. Her mother, however, reported that the disciplinary action has taken its toll.

"She's been a little down," Boyd said. "She misses her hair color. I'm upset for her. I just felt very angered that my child -- a good student, no problems ever -- is having her feet knocked out from under her on the first day of school."

A "good student" would follow the school's code of conduct.


FTA: Black has dyed her hair a variant of vibrant red for almost three years, as smiling school photos show. Her mother, Kim Boyd, told ABC News that school administrators have never taken issue with it before.


The question is why something this girl has been doing for nearly three years is suddenly considered disruptive.
 
2014-08-15 06:32:38 PM  
How easily disrupted are these people?  Her hair is a bit redder than what I'm used to seeing, but it's not like it's highlighter yellow.
 
2014-08-15 07:11:56 PM  

Sin_City_Superhero: [a.abcnews.com image 850x637]

The red hair is the least disruptive part of that hosebeast.


What do you have against braces?

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2014-08-15 07:30:27 PM  

mcmnky: Sin_City_Superhero: [a.abcnews.com image 850x637]

The red hair is the least disruptive part of that hosebeast.

What do you have against braces?

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To quote Dipper Pines on braces when he was stuck in his sister's body during the obligatory "body switch" episode: It's like my mouth hates me.

That pretty much sums up my experience with them.
 
2014-08-15 07:51:21 PM  

doglover: mcmnky: Sin_City_Superhero: [a.abcnews.com image 850x637]

The red hair is the least disruptive part of that hosebeast.

What do you have against braces?

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To quote Dipper Pines on braces when he was stuck in his sister's body during the obligatory "body switch" episode: It's like my mouth hates me.

That pretty much sums up my experience with them.


Black & Decker Pecker Wrecker.
 
2014-08-15 08:10:08 PM  
If it's dyed then she's not a redhead.
 
2014-08-15 08:11:13 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: Fark Me To Tears: FTFA: Black, who was determined not to miss any more class time, stripped her hair hours after the incident. Her mother, however, reported that the disciplinary action has taken its toll.

"She's been a little down," Boyd said. "She misses her hair color. I'm upset for her. I just felt very angered that my child -- a good student, no problems ever -- is having her feet knocked out from under her on the first day of school."

A "good student" would follow the school's code of conduct.

FTA: Black has dyed her hair a variant of vibrant red for almost three years, as smiling school photos show. Her mother, Kim Boyd, told ABC News that school administrators have never taken issue with it before.


The question is why something this girl has been doing for nearly three years is suddenly considered disruptive.


She angered someone.
 
2014-08-15 08:12:19 PM  
That's ridiculous.  She shouldn't have been sent home for dyeing her hair red.  She should've been sent home for spelling her name "Hayleigh."
 
2014-08-15 08:14:00 PM  

Fark Me To Tears: FTFA: Black, who was determined not to miss any more class time, stripped her hair hours after the incident. Her mother, however, reported that the disciplinary action has taken its toll.

"She's been a little down," Boyd said. "She misses her hair color. I'm upset for her. I just felt very angered that my child -- a good student, no problems ever -- is having her feet knocked out from under her on the first day of school."

A "good student" would follow the school's code of conduct.


Oh fark off!
 
2014-08-15 08:14:04 PM  
Why don't they jus make the girls wear burqas? Problem solved.
 
2014-08-15 08:14:12 PM  
So no redhead thread?
 
2014-08-15 08:15:12 PM  
"...Alabama"

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2014-08-15 08:15:16 PM  

Herr Flick's Revenge: Bathia_Mapes: Fark Me To Tears: FTFA: Black, who was determined not to miss any more class time, stripped her hair hours after the incident. Her mother, however, reported that the disciplinary action has taken its toll.

"She's been a little down," Boyd said. "She misses her hair color. I'm upset for her. I just felt very angered that my child -- a good student, no problems ever -- is having her feet knocked out from under her on the first day of school."

A "good student" would follow the school's code of conduct.

FTA: Black has dyed her hair a variant of vibrant red for almost three years, as smiling school photos show. Her mother, Kim Boyd, told ABC News that school administrators have never taken issue with it before.


The question is why something this girl has been doing for nearly three years is suddenly considered disruptive.

She angered someone.


Probably some petty, self centered cheerleader didn't like that she was fat.
 
2014-08-15 08:16:08 PM  
She was sent home for not living up to the hot redhead part of the code.

/per Mr. ShutYerBeak
 
2014-08-15 08:18:27 PM  
Her hair is disrupting me.

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2014-08-15 08:18:31 PM  
My first principal had a shade of red hair not found in nature. It was impossible to pay attention to what she was saying in staff meetings. I just stared at her hair, praying to the god of Vidal Sassoon that somebody would fix that mess.
 
2014-08-15 08:19:35 PM  
Her hair also doesn't appear to be the same as it was in years past.

That is some bright dye she's sporting right now,  the other picture is a lot more toned down.  That could explain her catching shiat for it this year.

She'll have to go dull it down I guess.


/I was ready to be outraged that a true ginger had been sent home
/still a stupid policy to begin with
/hide the colored chalk too, lest if overstimulate the children
 
2014-08-15 08:20:22 PM  
redhead thread!

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2014-08-15 08:21:35 PM  
During grade school seems to be the perfect time to get that sort of thing out of one's system. Why does the administration have to bring so much attention to it when students take their own appearances into their own hands?
 
2014-08-15 08:21:40 PM  

Osomatic: That's ridiculous.  She shouldn't have been sent home for dyeing her hair red.  She should've been sent home for spelling her name "Hayleigh."


Dat!

Now, I can haz red-head thread?

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2014-08-15 08:22:27 PM  
Did not RTFA or RTFT yet, but here is what I think this will be:

Parents send child to a school with a strict dress code. Child dyes hair, against school policy. Parents run screaming to media.

*clicks*

Wow, what do I win?
 
pla
2014-08-15 08:22:58 PM  
Silly girl, don't you know that doing something every woman (and not a small fraction of guys) over 35 do, including all your teachers, "distracts" others from the educational experience?  Get back in line!

Now, if you want to get a bowl-cut, stuff a strap-on in your pants and use the wrong bathroom, you can expect the school to scatter flower-petals on your way to the... ahem... urinal.  But we have to draw the line at a very slightly too vibrant but otherwise natural hair color.
 
2014-08-15 08:23:20 PM  

Dragonflew: Did not RTFA or RTFT yet, but here is what I think this will be:

Parents send child to a school with a strict dress code. Child dyes hair, against school policy. Parents run screaming to media.

*clicks*

Wow, what do I win?


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2014-08-15 08:24:36 PM  
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2014-08-15 08:25:12 PM  

Omahawg: redhead thread!

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Wow,  I LOVE freckles,  but that first pic...  wow.

She's just going to be one giant freckle eventually.
 
2014-08-15 08:25:36 PM  

Omahawg: Dragonflew: Did not RTFA or RTFT yet, but here is what I think this will be:

Parents send child to a school with a strict dress code. Child dyes hair, against school policy. Parents run screaming to media.

*clicks*

Wow, what do I win?

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Well, I am not playing THAT game any more.
 
2014-08-15 08:27:36 PM  
I think subby forgot the "smoking hot."
 
2014-08-15 08:28:29 PM  
I saw the color of the hair and guessed what the rest would look like.

Alas, I was so very correct.
 
2014-08-15 08:29:02 PM  
I've never understood the hair thing. As long as it's not getting up an walking around the room on its own, It's only mildly interesting for a few minutes, maybe an hour. Most importantly, we've had these hair colors for decades now, they're not even notable.

The "disciplinary action" causes more disruption than the hair.
 
2014-08-15 08:32:20 PM  

Waldo Pepper: Bathia_Mapes: Fark Me To Tears: FTFA: Black, who was determined not to miss any more class time, stripped her hair hours after the incident. Her mother, however, reported that the disciplinary action has taken its toll.

"She's been a little down," Boyd said. "She misses her hair color. I'm upset for her. I just felt very angered that my child -- a good student, no problems ever -- is having her feet knocked out from under her on the first day of school."

A "good student" would follow the school's code of conduct.

FTA: Black has dyed her hair a variant of vibrant red for almost three years, as smiling school photos show. Her mother, Kim Boyd, told ABC News that school administrators have never taken issue with it before.


The question is why something this girl has been doing for nearly three years is suddenly considered disruptive.

i was approached by a fairfax co official and told i had to remove a banner from the front of store. It was up about 20 ft high. I asked why and he told me it was against the code. I said fine I'll remove and asked but I don't understand that banner has been on the building for 3 years. his reply "someone complained".
Most things in life seem to be a "who cares" at least until someone else complains about it.


p1.pichost.me

I know you won't care that she's not a real redhead.
 
2014-08-15 08:33:03 PM  
Better Bama Redhead.


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/ okay, okay . . . she went to Birmingham Southern . . . jeeze.
 
2014-08-15 08:34:46 PM  
I saw this on a billboard today.

Sad attempt on Buick's part. They tried.

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2014-08-15 08:36:36 PM  
Bathia_Mapes
The question is why something this girl has been doing for nearly three years is suddenly considered disruptive.


Her boobs have gotten bigger since last year, making the principal aware of her existence for the first time?


Well, or it might have something to do with last year's assistant principal being the principal now according to the mom:
Maybe the old principal was sane and was keeping the former assistant in check on stupid crap like that.
Or the newly promoted one feels the need to show everyone that there's a new sheriff in town and who is the boss now.
Or he's on a "it's good to be king"-powertrip.
 
2014-08-15 08:37:30 PM  
Redheads disrupt my pants.
 
2014-08-15 08:39:05 PM  
"The principal is just following the policy. Several girls were sent home for hair color," Lindsey said. "Most everyone complied and came back and are back in class."
"The policy was put in place years ago," he added, and it "very rarely ever comes up as an issue."

Ah yes. Of course. Policy.that everyone follows robotically without question. Like a bunch of brainless monkeys

+ + +
It happened that there were three monkeys in a cage. Suspended at the top if the cage was a bunch of bananas. There was a ladder from the floor of the cage up to the bananas. One of the monkeys who was both clever and agile and also liked bananas, decided to head up the ladder to grab a banana.

Imagine his surprise (not to mention that of the other two monkeys) when suddenly a fire hose washed down the cage, blasting all three monkeys over to one side. Cold and shivering, the 3 monkeys regrouped and thought about what had happened.

Monkeys don't have a real long memory, and after awhile a second monkey thought again about the bananas and headed up the ladder. Same thing -- a fire hose washed all three monkeys over to the side of the cage. They picked themselves up, shook themselves off, and hoped the sun would come out to warm them up.

After another couple of hours, the third monkey couldn't resist, and he went for it. Sure enough, same result -- fire hose, wet monkeys, and another miserable afternoon of drying out.

Finally, all three monkeys became convinced that going for the bananas was a bad idea, and went on with the rest of their lives.

Then the zookeeper drafted one of the monkeys for another exhibit and replaced him with a new monkey. The new monkey arrived, looked up at the bananas, looked over at the ladder and couldn't figure out why the other monkeys hadn't gone for the bananas. He headed for the ladder and got about 1 rung up when the remaining "experienced" monkeys tackled him, dragged him to the floor and pummeled him into submission. He quickly concluded that climbing the ladder wasn't a good idea.

A week later, the zookeeper replaced the second monkey. Monkeys are somewhat single-minded. The new monkey spied the bananas, headed for the ladder, and the remaining two monkeys tackled him and pummeled him into submission.

Finally the third monkey was replaced and, you guessed it, the same thing happened. So life went on among the monkeys and after some time the first of the "new" monkeys was replaced with yet another monkey. Sure enough, the new guy saw the bananas, went for the ladder, and his two peers tackled him and beat him into submission.

Why was that? None of these monkeys knew anything about the fire hose. None of them had ever gotten wet for having climbed the ladder in the quest for bananas. Yet the monkeys had been fully culturalized to know that it was a bad idea. And you could likely go on individually replacing monkeys one at a time forever, and expect the same result.

The only solution to this problem, if it is one, is to replace all the monkeys with those who don't know the existing culture.
 
2014-08-15 08:39:10 PM  

Omahawg: redhead thread!

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You're awful.
 
2014-08-15 08:40:25 PM  

Sin_City_Superhero: [a.abcnews.com image 850x637]

The red hair is the least disruptive part of that hosebeast.


Not cool.  She's just a kid, dude.
 
2014-08-15 08:41:57 PM  
RHT?


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2014-08-15 08:42:28 PM  
"This is a rule that we've known about. We've always abided by it," said Boyd. "I told the principal, I said, 'You were her assistant principal last year. How come you never sent her home last year?' It's the same color as always."

/Because I decide when the rules will be enforced, and she wouldn't sleep with me...thats the real reason.
 
2014-08-15 08:44:14 PM  

Omahawg: redhead thread!

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/ i hate you, i hate you with the heat of a thousand red headed suns.
 
2014-08-15 08:44:28 PM  
REDHEAD THREAD!

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2014-08-15 08:44:59 PM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: My first principal had a shade of red hair not found in nature. It was impossible to pay attention to what she was saying in staff meetings. I just stared at her hair, praying to the god of Vidal Sassoon that somebody would fix that mess.


My first girlfriend had a shade of red hair that is only found in nature.  It was impossible to pay attention to what she was saying in our "staff meetings".  I just stared at her hair, praying to the god of Bacchus that somebody would fix the mess of the camera angle.
 
2014-08-15 08:45:32 PM  

quatchi: Osomatic: That's ridiculous.  She shouldn't have been sent home for dyeing her hair red.  She should've been sent home for spelling her name "Hayleigh."

Dat!

Now, I can haz red-head thread?

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RHT! \o/

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2014-08-15 08:48:33 PM  
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2014-08-15 08:49:58 PM  

HighlanderRPI: REDHEAD THREAD!

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Best response to a redhead thread, hands down.
 
2014-08-15 08:50:09 PM  

skinink: Her hair is disrupting me.

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Yep.  Both of them.
 
2014-08-15 08:51:21 PM  
This is ridiculous. That said, dying ones hair bright red does not make one a "red head", subby.
 
2014-08-15 08:53:03 PM  
Zero Tolerance vs. Individuality Butthurt...Mexican Wrestling match or SyFy creature feature?
 
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