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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Coffee357, Oct 21, 2003.

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  1. Coffee357

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  2. Gus Dddysgrl

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    ummm my fav word comes to mind : Retarded.

    Why would they have a firearms safety class and ask the students to bring a gun if the studetns weren't allowed to have them there?

    I don't get it.

    Gus
     
  3. Augustwest

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    You're probably expecting government, and government schools, to display some sort of logic.

    They don't often.
     
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    I saw this today also; the term 'Catch-22' comes to mind.
     
  5. MissileCop

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    What a bunch of maroons. The article says that the class is given during the weekend, so what's the big deal? The only kids on the school grounds are probably the ones taking the course.

    The instructors can bring their guns, but the students can't? Right there, that negates their zero-tolerance policy.

    I propose that all the students in the class meet the instructors before class, and hand their firearms to them. Then, when the students arrive to class, the firearms 'belong' to the instructors, and they then pass them out to said students. After all, the instructors brought them onto the school ground, so they must be theirs, no?

    Do schools have a role in teaching students about firearms? Why not? They teach them about sex and drugs, and both of them kill students.
     
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    You know, as stupid as this "zero tolerance" crap is, I surprised that the kid, after being told to bring his shotgun to the class, wasn't arrested for bringing his shotgun to the class.

    Dave
     
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