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Author Topic: Conn. Student Suspended For Buying Candy In School  (Read 4017 times)

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Re: Conn. Student Suspended For Buying Candy In School
« Reply #25 on: March 14, 2008, 08:39:05 PM »

heh... I was selling tootsie-roll pops and blow-pops all through jr high. Went through a few pounds of the things a week, at a dime a sucker. Made a fair amount of change that way, too.

 Admin would've liked to shut me down, but there were too many teachers I was paying "protection candy" to... Cheesy

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Re: Conn. Student Suspended For Buying Candy In School
« Reply #26 on: March 15, 2008, 06:42:27 AM »

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Aside from the nutrition issue, Sullivan-DeCarlo said, students create security problems when they carry money.

Gee, I wonder what side of the political spectrum this guy is on?

  Probably a Republican. 

I see it like the war on drugs.  Its for your wellness.  Teaching kids not to carry cash is good because they will be less likely to be targets as crimes of oppurtunity.

Nonsense. Leftists are the ones who want a "society without money", with everyone suckling on the public teat their entire lives and working for the collective good.
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