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the school hired a restoration crew to attempt to clean up the mess and make it appear as though nothing has happened.
reply to post by TKDRL
Not a problem at all.
Honestly: what prompted me to join was I happened to be reading the comments to a CNN article about the stabbing, and there were a ton of people claiming it was "an inside job" or was " a false flag" which is just not true.
I'm sure there will be people here claiming I am a "mole" planted to ease suspicion, which is fine by me, as long as those still in touch with reality can recognize that tragedies DO occur. They are not always carefully planned scenarios with a goal in sight as the outcome.
Regardless, thank you for actually listening rather than being a bull headed theorist haha :p
I tend to be one of them myself, which is why this was something I needed to address.
reply to post by Daedalus
Sounds similar to my childhood. I can't say the area I was in was a rich area, but somehow most of my year was mostly preppy rich snobs. I hung out with mostly people older or younger as a result, but I had to deal with these pricks day in and day out in the classrooms. Except all the bullying ended at the end of JR high, when I decided to rearrange the face of the next person that said something mean to me and did it. I could have easily gone the way of this kid, or decided to give up and hang myself.
reply to post by Daedalus
Yeah, one of my favorite was getting called a "scrub" all the time. It wasn't only clothes, couldn't afford to get my hair trimmed every other week, had to brownbag lunches instead of buying, had to miss a lot of the school trips, could never buy a yearbook. The last few days of school really sucked, all people really did was have friends sign yearbooks.
originally posted by: Vasa Croe
Too bad there were no armed, trained teachers or there may have been a lot less stabbings. Will be keeping an eye on this story.
originally posted by: projectbane
I don't believe arming teachers is a good thing. Most teachers are people with lots of problems!! I dont want any teachers having arms in school. Look how many teachers are pedos. Just think how many are at the end of their rope, then give them a gun in school. NOT good.
originally posted by: AnteBellum
Now the student had a box cutter razor, the teacher was the wrestling coach, in the above story. What if the teacher in this situation was a 4'10" female around age 50. . . and had a gun!
Not considering anything that leads up to the conclusion of this hypothetical situation. When the teacher shoots and kills the student, in class, in front of other students, what are you going to write when that thread appears here?