Sadly, this is no exaggeration.... Unfortunately, this is where our country is at. What a difference 30 years makes... Which subtly begs the question: who is really winning in the "war on terror"?
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Sadly, this is no exaggeration...

Unfortunately, this is where our country is at. What a difference 30 years makes.

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User avatar #1 - beren (03/13/2013) [+] (19 replies)
Which subtly begs the question: who is really winning in the "war on terror"?
#13 - nooneofinterest (03/13/2013) [+] (17 replies)
Guns don't kill people

People with undiagnosed mental disorders do
#21 - fuckinfuckinfuck ONLINE (03/14/2013) [+] (8 replies)
In 3rd grade (2003), my friend and I were pointing our fingers like guns and having a "battle" during recess and we got in trouble for it. We had to stay inside during recess the next three days. But I'm sure that today, we would have been suspended.

America's becoming an overprotective parent that has to cover their kid in bubble wrap, make them wear a helmet, and keep them inside so they don't get hurt, then cries and questions their methods of parenting when their kid talks back in the slightest.
#45 - turbodoosh (03/14/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Ya ever been so scared that you grew a mustache?
#64 - sndleight (03/14/2013) [+] (5 replies)
I wore my guns and roses shirt to school and had to take it off because it was offensive and promoted gun use.
#123 - josieabby (03/14/2013) [+] (5 replies)
#81 - bacontheive (03/14/2013) [+] (3 replies)

>be in third grade
>english class
>i ******* hate english class
>start getting bored and drawing some weird stick figure things
>put one where a house is getting robbed and the dad starts to shoot the robber
>turn my paper in
>come in the next day and my teacher asks me to step outside
>class "oooohs"
>goes outside
>"Bacontheive, why are you drawing gun violence?"
>im confused because idk whats going on
>go back inside and class starts to go to gym
>as im following them, she asks me to go to the counselor and skip gym
>gym is my FAVORITE SUBJECT
>go into the room
>gets questioned about ******* stick figures
>i start crying and they call my dad
>goes home
>dad says that they're all stupid and that hes gonna go talk to them
>he marches up and mentally murders them with his voice
>gets out of counselling
>back in gym
>i ******* love gym
User avatar #60 - vissova (03/14/2013) [+] (2 replies)
>7 years old in grade 3 with best friend
>It's recess
>We play tag
>Teacher ***** pants about the fact that we're touching eachother with our hands
>Calls parents
>Sent home for a week because, and I quote, I "was touching my friend sexually"

How the **** did the world get THIS retarded. I was 7 and even I thought it was ridiculous.
#53 - lordhaha (03/14/2013) [+] (10 replies)
What did you think he meant by change?
User avatar #52 - megusters ONLINE (03/14/2013) [+] (1 reply)
More like, THOSE KIDS ARE SO VIOLENT, LOCK THEM AWAY. VIDEO GAMES ARE THE PROBLEM, BAN GUNS BLARWGBAHARGY.
#90 - hammarhead (03/14/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Oh god, I remember not too long ago, well, it was way back in early elementary, all us kids makingup games. Any one remember gauntlet? well, anyways once i got the whole class involved in a silly game about magic. one day the teacher came up and told us we couldn't play anymore, because the "magic" was upsetting parents.    
all of us were like   
WAAAAAHT?!   
(we may or may not have cast spells on her when she wasn't looking)
Oh god, I remember not too long ago, well, it was way back in early elementary, all us kids makingup games. Any one remember gauntlet? well, anyways once i got the whole class involved in a silly game about magic. one day the teacher came up and told us we couldn't play anymore, because the "magic" was upsetting parents.
all of us were like
WAAAAAHT?!
(we may or may not have cast spells on her when she wasn't looking)
User avatar #102 - dtwomutant (03/14/2013) [+] (4 replies)
**dtwomutant rolls 77**
I've never gotten dubs
#169 - dasbruno (03/14/2013) [-]
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User avatar #30 - Soilwork (03/14/2013) [+] (8 replies)
a little girl got suspended for threatening to shoot someone with her hello kitty bubble gun
#136 - idiomis (03/14/2013) [+] (8 replies)
**idiomis rolled a random image posted in comment #84 at A kid in my class tweeted about a test ** what they are afraid of.
**idiomis rolled a random image posted in comment #84 at A kid in my class tweeted about a test ** what they are afraid of.
#5 - anonymous (03/13/2013) [+] (3 replies)
It's because of the god damn liberal ***** taking over our country.
User avatar #4 - teufelshunde (03/13/2013) [-]
I really don't understand the mindset of some people. I was talking to a libruhl friend, and he was saying that they never played Cowboys and Indians or GI Joe or whatever at school, but they did outside of it. Now he's supporting the whole suspension ******** for the kids that are playing this at school, making a Pop Tart into a gun, etc. **** that **** .
User avatar #190 - somedumbcomics (03/14/2013) [+] (8 replies)
The reason I wrote the comic was because every day I worry that I'm going to get a phone call from my son's school telling me he is suspended because of how he plays. Just like me, he loves to pretend he's a ninja, or a soldier, or some type of super hero. He has a large collection of Nerf guns, GI Joe's and Avengers. He's your typical boy as it were.

Many of my friends I grew up with, played the same way. Many of us (not me, I suffered a shoulder injury in college) actually became the hero's we emulated. We were not terrorized by the thought of guns and no one tried to make us feel that way. Today, it is different. I believe there is a real effort to instill an unhealthy fear of guns in kids so that it is easier to take them away. Don't believe me? Then explain how drawing a picture of a gun or throwing an imaginary grenade is a danger to anyone? Let BOYS BE BOYS.

For those of you with daughters, or might have daughters one day, think about this. One day she will get married. There's a possibility that your daughter and her husband will be woken up at three in the morning to glass shattering. What kind of man do you want laying next to her? One that has been terrified of guns his own life to the point that he refuses to have a gun in the house? Or do you want your daughter to simply hear a 9MM lock and load and a hoarse whisper, "Call 911, and stay with the kids."? Having a daughter of my own, I can tell you what my answer is.

For all the talk of gun control, it all gets thrown out the window when the danger is at your door. Having the police thirty minutes away is useless if an intruder is thirty seconds away from you. I want my daughter married to someone who I know will either stop that person from hurting her or my grandchildren or die trying. Telling boys that it's wrong to pretend to be a soldier or suspend them for imaginary guns is overreaching and detrimental. I want my son growing up thinking of himself as the hero, the protector. I want my daughter to marry the same kind of boy. Is it old-fashioned? Who cares? Just because it's old-fashioned doesn't make it wrong. In fact, is usually means it's right.

Yeah, I'm rambling, but it's three in the morning.

Hugs and kisses!
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