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Girl, 12, in custody after LA school shooting

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toast
19 hours ago, aztek said:

Do you think that these 15 bedtime stories cases (8 out of these published by a gun fetish magazine) will deliver any kind of logic?

Anyway:

Number of children (age 0-11) killed or injured by guns in 2016 = 673

Number of children (age 12-17) killed or injured by guns in 2016 = 3132

Number of children (age 0-11) killed or injured by guns in 2017 = 732

Number of children (age 12-17) killed or injured by guns in 2017 = 3234

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skliss

Another thing we've had here is a rash of suicides in high school kids. 7 in one high school, 2 in a second and 1 in a third. All within this school year. They are trying to figure what's behind it. There were 3 this week.

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aztek
21 hours ago, skliss said:

Another thing we've had here is a rash of suicides in high school kids. 7 in one high school, 2 in a second and 1 in a third. All within this school year. They are trying to figure what's behind it. There were 3 this week.

liberal degressive teachings. no crystal ball needed. it rarely happened 30-40 years ago

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glorybebe

There are no repercussions.  A slap on the wrist and a 'don't do that again' and off they go with their lives.  Wgen I was a kid we had rules.  And those rules we followed or knew there would be hell to pay.  

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skliss
2 hours ago, aztek said:

liberal degressive teachings. no crystal ball needed. it rarely happened 30-40 years ago

These school districts are in fairly affuential areas. Imo, it has a lot to do with very self absorbed parents who view their kids as an accessory rather than a child to mold into a functioning adult. Many are concerned more with how they look and their careers than in what is happening in their child's life. Hopefully these horrible, heart wrenching deaths will break that cycle so something decent comes from all that pain.

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aztek

no, the cycle wont be broken unless we acknowledge the problems that creates it. it does not matter what area the school is located at, the richer\more influential, the more reasons to cover up and not punish students who have rich powerful parents,  and more likely than not, those kids are spoiled and teachers are afraid to do anything about it.

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