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#26 ultra920

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Posted 22 November 2007 - 10:00 AM

My science teacher is a bit not as hard about it. Heck, he brought in a LBB for an experiment. Science is fun! :D
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Posted 22 November 2007 - 10:05 AM

My science teacher is a bit not as hard about it. Heck, he brought in a LBB for an experiment. Science is fun! :D


In my class we used a Sharpsooter I..... I tried everything to get it, a trade, money, but nothing worked :D

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Posted 23 November 2007 - 02:04 PM

Wow thats harsh you guys, My teachers dont mind i can and do draw tanks nerf blasters and design them in school. But then again i go to a private school.

Edited by dart, 23 November 2007 - 02:06 PM.

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Posted 23 November 2007 - 02:51 PM

The way I kept myself entertained while I was in 7th and 8th grade was by drawing guns, gunboats, swords, daggers, jets, tanks, etc. My theachers didn't give a shit. They just asked me to put the drawings/sketches/designs away. Now that I'm in high school, it doesn't work that way anymore. If you draw a potential weapon, the teach will freak out and they will suggest you for psychiatric help, call your parents, etc.

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#30 ultra920

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Posted 23 November 2007 - 04:59 PM

penguin: In my technology class, we might make a nerf gun. Most likely not though, considering she probally dosen't understand how springers or air guns work.

sharpie: Were the fuck would a kid get napalm? What, are they selling it at dollar stores? People get stupider and stupider as years go by.
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Posted 23 November 2007 - 10:42 PM

My science teacher is a bit not as hard about it. Heck, he brought in a LBB for an experiment. Science is fun! :wacko:


Yeah, my science teacher is like that too. He lets us draw whatever we want as long as it isnít TRUELY harmful (real guns, knives, explosives, or attack plans being used on people) besides, if he can bring it into a physics lesson we can get extra credit! I am trying to convince our tech lab teacher to let us mod NFs. So far, he likes the idea. The hard part is convincing the administrators.
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Posted 24 November 2007 - 11:51 AM

sharpie: Were the fuck would a kid get napalm? What, are they selling it at dollar stores? People get stupider and stupider as years go by.

Really easily(don't you go and trry this though). All you have to do is get a bucket and put gasoline in it. Then drop some styrofoam in it and wait a while(not sure how long). Then empty out the gasoline and there will be a fine white powder at the bottom. Thats napalm. I got in trouble for burning it in my friends backyard once. Yeah, I'm that stupid.

Edited by Tofu, 24 November 2007 - 11:54 AM.

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Posted 24 November 2007 - 12:38 PM

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"


Sorry Lynx, but you're going to lose that case. Schools can waive the first ammendment when the things being expressed are a disturbance to the learning environment. And that's just if it's a public school. If you go to a private school the first ammendment rights don't even apply. The first amendment has to do with government regulating expression, not private businesses. A private school can do whatever it wants.

Also, the whole gun and principle thing was a bad idea. You might even lose money on a counter-claim on that one. It could be considered a threat, and post-colombine, anything involving guns and schools ends badly.
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