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Originally posted by Maybach Hanson
These people are in school to learn, not to practice black magic and witchcraft. To be honest though I could care less if the kid has long hair or or not or what he believes in. I had long hair when I was a kid mostly becayse my parents were losers. But you should see the people they have on the school board, real flighty type of people. They might be trying to make sure their students have a strong self esteem is why those rules are there.
Originally posted by Jeff Riff
So lame.....well...it is Texas after all
Originally posted by Sanitys Last Day
This is the way it was when I was in school, and as much as I didn't like it they were the rules. If the parents want their kid to have special treatment they should send him to a school that allows it. If this had nothing to do with his heritage I am sure most of you would say the same thing.
Kenney Arocha said he was proud of his heritage and asking him to cut his son's hair would be like asking him to give up his constitutional rights.
"Which rights would you take next?" he said.