Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler    United States   on 03/31/2005 at 08:47 AM   
  1. Help me out here:  the kids at some school 1. can’t read 2. or do math, 3. a teacher was stabbed last week, 4. a fifth grader was raped in the girls’ restroom and 5. three kids died of overdoses last semester.

    Obviously, the legislature need to enact a policy on sunscreen, and quickly too.

    Posted by Oink    United States   03/31/2005  at  10:16 AM  

  2. Education • Lawyers • Military/Support Our Troops • Stoopid People

    Yep ...I see the correlation

    Posted by DR@HDfixit    United States   03/31/2005  at  10:20 AM  

  3. Vilmar, it’s not just the kids that have become pussies.  Unfortunately most adults are that way too.

    Posted by lisar915    United States   03/31/2005  at  01:56 PM  

  4. Wow wee wow. That story about the wiccan psychologist is disturbing. That someone like that can get into a position that gives them that kind of authority over someone elses mental state. Shit, imagine that you get into a serious accident that screws your head up, and the hospital puts that nut case in charge of you. Not good at all. Yikes!

    Posted by LC Geno    United States   03/31/2005  at  02:09 PM  

  5. I have been getting pretty miffed about the commercial with the little girl in the sun and it says something about childhood sun exposure being a major cause of skin cancer or something. Why did we not have farmers all over the U.S. dropping dead of skin cancer during the whole agricultural period? What about all the kids that played outside during the summer before sunscreen was invented? The public demands answers!

    Posted by Dac    United States   03/31/2005  at  02:50 PM  

  6. Dac, coming from a family of farmers, ranchers and construction people a lot of those folks did die of skin cancer. Granted, the commercial is getting on my nerves too, and the do gooders are making too big a deal of it. But if you earn a living in the sun there is a good chance you get basil cell cancers. My old pop, and three of my uncles go in like clock work every six months and get checked, and the doc’s always find one to scrape off. You just hope you never get a melanoma.

    Posted by LC Geno    United States   03/31/2005  at  03:06 PM  

  7. Pagan religion wtf?????..who cares.  Religion did not have a problem with his signing the dotted line, funny how after signing and having to be in active duty, these types have a problem.

    Sunscreen and hats are compulsory in schools down under, melanoma being a serious concern.  If the use of creams can be associated with drug use, I agree keep sun screens in the medical office of the school but if not, why are schools worrying so much on the menial and not the basic 3r’s.

    Posted by Apathy or freedom    New Zealand (Aotearoa)   03/31/2005  at  04:32 PM  

  8. Total bewilderment and disgust at the treatment of US Army, Capt. Rogelio Maynulet.  Question that pops to mind, would he have been prosecuted if he had simply walked away and left the man to die slowly, painfully???  What is mercy?

    Posted by Apathy or freedom    New Zealand (Aotearoa)   03/31/2005  at  04:36 PM  

  9. “Children should be able to bring sunscreen with them like they bring ChapStick,”

    WHAT? Chapstick? Nobody said anything about chapstick, who is using chapstick? Does the staff know about this? What parent would give their child chapstick? They actually bring this crap to SCHOOL? Outrageous!! We need to call an emergency meeting! Send out the fleet of District Hummer H2s to pick up all the relevant administrators. We might be here for a while. Someone call the caterer.

    Posted by DR@HDfixit    United States   03/31/2005  at  04:48 PM  

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