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#1 saxynerfer

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Posted 20 November 2007 - 04:23 PM

Today I was drawing up schmatics for a breech barrel assembly, and on the bottom of the paper, I had drawn a modified Crossbow. The teacher saw it and flipped out. The conversation went something like this...

Teacher: "What is that"
Me: "A nerf gun"
Teacher: "GUN? (eyes bugged out)"
Me, "Yeah, a nerf gun, it shoots little pieces of foam."

He took my plans and won't give'em back until he "Talk's to an AP about my destructive behavior"
A modded crossbow does look like a rifle, but how many rifles have a purple paint job?
What is the world coming to?

Edited by saxynerfer, 20 November 2007 - 04:24 PM.

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Posted 20 November 2007 - 04:32 PM

My friend drew up plans for the "The PP7 5-1 HILLYBILLY COLT GLOCK" it was a small gun with a huge flowerd barrel and he got in trouble because it was a gun. Just dont let them see whaat your doing. They legally can not tell you to do things like show them your personal things. If all else fails, stuff the paper in our pants. They would really have to hate thier job to follow it there.
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Posted 20 November 2007 - 04:44 PM

Yikes, it's stories like these that really make me afraid of being in public school, which I am unfortunately, I heard one story about a kid who drew stick figures with guns and soon after he was escorted out of the school building by officers in handcuffs, just a 12 year-old kid! Your teacher was overreacting, I hope you don't get in any trouble for this.
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Posted 20 November 2007 - 04:49 PM

The world is coming to: homeschooling..

Take it to the principle, say "mr. *Fill in the blank* stole my design for a toy i was gonna market when i grow up, it really bugs me, I think he's trying to steal my idea." Of course this is total bullshit, but nonetheless, It should end up with the return of the designs.

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#5 h2player116

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Posted 20 November 2007 - 04:57 PM

Well I guess this brings up the fact that you should keep nerf out of school and at home I dont think anything about a gun belongs in school with all these school shootings happening.
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Posted 20 November 2007 - 05:03 PM

And that, my friends, is why (outside of the NIC, anyway) I say "Nerf blaster," rather than "Nerf gun."

It's also why Hasbro markets them as toy blasters rather than toy guns.

Edit: The saddest thing is that I'm not even surprised. Even worse incidents:

1. A kid gets suspended for wearing a purple, neon green, neon orange, and neon blue shirt with silhouettes of kids and their parents holding firearms.

2. A very young kid (maybe only in Preschool or something) gets in trouble for bringing a plastic toy fire-axe to school while dressed as a fireman for Halloween.

And more that I don't fully remember.

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Posted 20 November 2007 - 07:30 PM

That sucks. I hope you don't get in trouble though. I knew this kid at my old elementary school, He brought a nf to school (that idiot) and got suspended. I could see how a teacher would overreact though. This other kid that thought he was all that brought a bb gun to school and (from what he said) "accidently shot this kid in the shoulder.
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Posted 20 November 2007 - 07:48 PM

Yikes, it's stories like these that really make me afraid of being in public school, which I am unfortunately, I heard one story about a kid who drew stick figures with guns and soon after he was escorted out of the school building by officers in handcuffs, just a 12 year-old kid! Your teacher was overreacting, I hope you don't get in any trouble for this.


Public schools aren't really that bad. I go to a Quote "Ghetto School” and I have had much better experiences + education here than a private school I went to for a couple years.

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Posted 20 November 2007 - 08:05 PM

I'm sure you won't get into too much trouble with that. My Brother brought a crowbar to school for a school project in grade 4, and got away with "a phone call home" which is pretty serious buisness when you're in elementry school...

It was pretty funny, and I wish I wasn't in kindergarten when it happened (so I could laugh at him more).
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Posted 20 November 2007 - 08:49 PM

Sounds like you guys go to some lame schools. I like the idea of stuffing it in your pants, I gotta try that out.
It would go something like this:
Teacher: May I see that?
Student: *stuffs paper in pants* Not anymore!
Sucks about what happened Saxy, I hope it goes out well.
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#11 nerfsharpie6

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Posted 20 November 2007 - 09:39 PM

Technically (not qualified legal advice) the teacher has a right to take it with due evidence that it can considered deadly in any way shape or form. If he has evidence that it can be deadly he has every right to take it, but only if its a dangerous weapon. But don't take stock in what I say, I could be completely wrong and if you get expelled I'd feel guilty, blah, blah, blah. But the pants thing does work I've done it before. Its fun to see the teachers reaction when it happens. The conversation should go like this:
Teacher: Can I see that son?
You: No, I don't think you can.
Teacher: *teacher reaches for note*
You: *shoves done pants* Try and get it now!
Teacher: Just never mind, go back to what you were doing.
Its also fun to shove it in your mouth then pull it out and try to give it to him, again I've done this before. Same conversation but replace pants with mouth and there you go. Sorry for going so off topic there, couldn't resist.
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Posted 20 November 2007 - 09:48 PM

Or you could do both the pants and the mouth.
Ewwwwwwww..
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Posted 20 November 2007 - 09:58 PM

Technically (not qualified legal advice) the teacher has a right to take it with due evidence that it can considered deadly in any way shape or form. If he has evidence that it can be deadly he has every right to take it, but only if its a dangerous weapon. But don't take stock in what I say, I could be completely wrong and if you get expelled I'd feel guilty, blah, blah, blah. But the pants thing does work I've done it before. Its fun to see the teachers reaction when it happens. The conversation should go like this:
Teacher: Can I see that son?
You: No, I don't think you can.
Teacher: *teacher reaches for note*
You: *shoves done pants* Try and get it now!
Teacher: Just never mind, go back to what you were doing.
Its also fun to shove it in your mouth then pull it out and try to give it to him, again I've done this before. Same conversation but replace pants with mouth and there you go. Sorry for going so off topic there, couldn't resist.

Heck. If you did it right you could get them fired for sexual harrasment.
Teacher:Whats that?
You: *shoves paper in pants* nothing.
Teacher:Let me see.
You: diddle!

Every time a teacher touches me now I yell diddle as a natural reaction. Say I was running in the halls because I was late for physics, A teacher grabs me and resounding through the school is the simple cry diddle!. Gets em every time. They will ALWAYS let you go.

I also don't have to worry about weapons now because the only teacher who considered everything a weapon left because she said all the teachers were racist. This is the lady who told me and my loveable band of whities to leave a table beacuse black kids wanted ti sit there. She also called hate crime when I said I didn't like a black kid but found it ok for black kids to say they were going to kill me. Sad thing is now I'm the most likely to go through on my words at my school. All talk no action rapper wanabees. All fake and no balls.
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Posted 20 November 2007 - 10:08 PM

That could happen, or you could get suspended for some random part of the student handbook.
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Posted 20 November 2007 - 11:50 PM

Sooooo glad I am home schooled, I got to make a forge and play with hot steel when I was 15. and make lots of melee weapons of various quality. heh.
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Posted 20 November 2007 - 11:52 PM

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Heck. If you did it right you could get them fired for sexual harrasment.
Teacher:Whats that?
You: *shoves paper in pants* nothing.
Teacher:Let me see.
You: diddle!
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Posted 21 November 2007 - 02:04 AM

I'm the quiet kid in class, and I can get away with it. I draw full designs for my shotty in Alg. II and the teacher doesn't even say anything. None of them do. Of course, that doesn't mean that you should do that or that you can get away with it. Just put the design or sketch away, and go back to your work and they will probably leave you alone.
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Posted 21 November 2007 - 03:51 AM

Thats strange I didn't think you could get it trouble for drawing stuff. I did however sort of get in trouble when i had gunpowder with me to school in the 9th grade. Even making plans for explosive charges and such doesn't seem to make my teachers upset. They just take a look and says some thing like : "you better don't detonate that thing close to the school".
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Does posting in agreement somehow validate your standing in the community? Personally I think it just makes you look like a tool.


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#19 bobafan

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Posted 21 November 2007 - 06:44 AM

Stupid freshmen.
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Posted 21 November 2007 - 07:49 AM

CLASS OF 2011 REPRESENT!!!

I really don't care about any of that sh** mostly because I eat/hang out with every other class...

Well, my brother distributed an underground newspaper and he got suspended. We are suing the system. NO due process, i.e. talking to my mom/having precedent in the case, is there so we are suing. Also, the whole first amendment is being squelched so when our case goes to court in the summer, it will be awesome.

This pertains to the conversation because everything in the paper was "slander and libel to my teachers" also, it had a picture of a gun on the front. It's the principal saying "if it doesn't go through me it's not allowed"

I got it!!! Start a NERF club! How can she say NO to a CLUB. Also, keep your designs on the backs of old graded papers not graphing paper. If it is that loose and disorganized the teacher would know it's just no big deal.
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Posted 21 November 2007 - 09:02 AM

Heck. Another post from me becuase I have alot of experience with this stuff. I always explain it to the teacher. If you flat out say "Gun" then it will get taken away. If you say "Oh its a project I'm working on at home for a air powered blaster for NERF. That means it shoots those little foam darts but I wanted to make one myself." Or " Its a modification I'm working on for a NERF blaster. I'm working on this...and this...ect". Teachers are WAY more likely to be reasonable when they understand what is going on. But then again, my physics teacher has soda cannons and about 10 potato guns in class so he understands.
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Posted 21 November 2007 - 09:29 AM

Or you could do both the pants and the mouth.
Ewwwwwwww..

Which one first?

one topic: well, if you are the "favorite" side like me and my friends, we can get away with things. Make sure your the kid that they assume its a toy.
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Posted 21 November 2007 - 09:49 AM

well, if you are the "favorite" side like me and my friends, we can get away with things.


That can go the other way too. When I was in grade 8, my teacher was in love with the people who played hockey, so he spent most of his time either teaching or with those guys. While my teacher was talking to the "jocks", all the other people could (and did) what ever they wanted.

I also remember in grade 8 that we had to do a project, and I got to make a homemade Nerf gun for mine, so I was yelled at if I didn't draw plans for it during school.
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Posted 21 November 2007 - 07:34 PM

Heck. Another post from me becuase I have alot of experience with this stuff. I always explain it to the teacher. If you flat out say "Gun" then it will get taken away. If you say "Oh its a project I'm working on at home for a air powered blaster for NERF. That means it shoots those little foam darts but I wanted to make one myself." Or " Its a modification I'm working on for a NERF blaster. I'm working on this...and this...ect". Teachers are WAY more likely to be reasonable when they understand what is going on. But then again, my physics teacher has soda cannons and about 10 potato guns in class so he understands.

See now thats not always the case. Even if you explain it to them it could still be taken away because it would still be considered "dangerous". If its a projectile weapon then you could in some weird ass impossible way to make nitro, it would be dangerous. Or if you coated the tip in gel gasoline (napalm) and light it to burn a place down. But what ever. As for the mouth pants thing, pants first then mouth /sarcasm.
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Posted 21 November 2007 - 10:00 PM

Stupid freshmen.

Don't be jealous of the freshmen because they could empty a magstrike on you while you sit there drooling. Don't be hating silly upperclass peeps.

My(freshmen) friend almost got caught drawing plans for a homemade nerf gun that we plan to make this summer during algebra. Knowing Alex he probally would have shoved it down his pants...

Edited by Tofu, 21 November 2007 - 10:03 PM.

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