Monday, July 24, 2017

high school

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Social media has blown up over the six high school girls who took a yearbook picture day and turned it into a nation-wide controversy over a single word . . . Ni**er.
Shirt The students, originally appearing in t-shirts with many others that spelled out “Best*You’ve*Ever*Seen*Class*of*2016” rearranged a few letters to spell out the taboo word as a not-very-well-thought-out prank.

Class of 2016

The students and their faces are now trending on Facebook resulting in millions of people fuming and branding them as racists over a single picture.

The racial slur, if uttered by a non-African American, has ended the careers and credibility of countless people.

Now the students of Desert Vista High School have been suspended for five days while 37,000 people have signed a petition calling for their expulsion.

An expulsion would strip them of their diplomas and literally kill their college careers before they began.

The word, which this writer dare not spell out of fear of our publication being labeled as a “hate site,” is used liberally by black Americans, especially those in the hip hop community.

Ironically, rappers Nas and Kelis, showed up at the Grammy awards three years ago with the word emblazoned on their attire.


The result of their statement . . . celebration.

The double standard goes against free speech, racist or not.

Living in a free society means you’re free to be a bigot, racist, or just plain dumb. And you can do it as much as you like as long as you don’t harm others.

The petition signers, who demand government apply a harsh punishment to the girls, are engaging in nothing more than politically correct induced mass hysteria.

Deconstructing the offense, these high school seniors made two mistakes: They had a silly moment they publicized and they were white.

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Police and SWAT locked down a Colorado high school, but it wasn’t for a clock this time. It was for a Halloween costume.

A young woman at Pueblo County High School dressed up for the holiday with a gas mask and trench coat. Clearly the costume is a monumental threat to the safety and security of the students.

A paranoid student reported the young woman to school officials and police was called. Then SWAT arrived with their large military vehicle to lock down the school.

After being interrogated by the police during an hour-long lockdown, the young lady was not charged with a crime. She is however suspended from school and waiting for further punishment.

Pueblo superintendent said this about the situation. “In these times, these kinds of things just aren’t funny, but I would like to say that our students reacted very well to this because they are the ones that originally reported it.”

“Incidents like this cannot be overlooked and must be taken serious,” Smith continued.

Incidents like this are happening all over America. Recently a young Muslim boy made a “suspicious” clock and got in trouble in school after a similar lockdown. The boy gained instant fame after being asked to visit the White House and Facebook.

The difference in this scenario is that the gas mask and trench coat Halloween costume is more dangerous than a potential bomb. As of right now, she has not been invited to Facebook, but is still hoping she can be invited to the set of Doomsday Preppers.


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