you are a puppet: To be fair they wouldn't have been convicted if Stand your Ground laws existed at the time.
Alonjar: radarlove: There are three reasons it actually makes zero sense:Its not just MMJ bro, thats kind of standard government treatment. Try joining say, the Air Force sometime with debt.. you'll see real fast.
radarlove: There are three reasons it actually makes zero sense:
BarkingUnicorn: Let me get this straight: simply having student debt bars you from the biz, even if payments are not delinquent?
HotWingAgenda: That would actually make sense. They wouldn't want someone having an incentive to sell extra pot on the sly to people that don't have valid scripts, because he has to pay back a huge debt burden.
Greywar: Even worse notice...the child killer killed her OWN child. not just some random kid.
Mock26: queezyweezel: I don't think you need to be a helicopter parent too be upset about this. Or even a parent, really.....They served their time and have been reformed. End of story.
buckler: As long as they aren't in direct contact with kids, and are limited to administrative roles, I have no problem with this.The camp seems to think they are outstanding employees, and they would know best. I'm a firm believer in second chances.
Felgraf: Uh, as someone who volunteers at a summer camp for one week, this would bother me, and I'm a *counselor*. We've dealt with heleicopter parents. This is not helicopter parenty.ESPECIALLY the child killing conviction would bug me. Because that makes me think about something potentially happening to one of the campers. Which puts me into a... I think TV tropes calls it "Papa Wolf" state of mind.Do they.. do they not run background checks or something? Every year I have to submit a background check authorization form via our camp director, who submits it to Council.
queezyweezel: I don't think you need to be a helicopter parent too be upset about this. Or even a parent, really.....
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