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Originally Posted by ohokalright View Post

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=581_1446436696

officer should have been present for this nonsense mean.gif

Those kids clearly don't respect authority, what would an officers presence do? I think resource officers need to be trained to be effective in the school environments they work in.
Edited by jdfrenchbread23 - 11/2/15 at 5:44am
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post #633 of 646
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Originally Posted by Hand2HandKing View Post





Does this video perpetuate the angry violent black man stereotype?
post #634 of 646
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Originally Posted by JChambers View Post

Does this video perpetuate the angry violent black man stereotype?

I dont think so. I think the "angry black man"
Is an image of quick to anger, quick to fight which is not what I got from this video. I think it actually makes a statement to counteract the stereotype of black men being bad fathers. This man is clearly and justifiably upset, but still articulating and expressing his anger in a way that doesn't reflect the stereotype in my opinion.
post #635 of 646

hes being facetious with that question :rolleyes:{ 

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Someone needs to go ahead and body slam these fools

 

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Originally Posted by ohokalright View Post

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=581_1446436696

officer should have been present for this nonsense mean.gif

Those kids clearly don't respect authority, what would an officers presence do? I think resource officers need to be trained to be effective in the school environments they work in.

In this video, security should get the troublemakers out of the classroom by any means necessary. We can clearly see that the instructor has lost control of the students to the point where the dude in red is barking orders at her and she's complying. I've never seen that in my life.

You don't learn anything from people you don't respect. Personally, I'm all for giving back to teachers the ability to impose their authority as they see fit (short of physical punishment of course) because it's the best way to prepare kids for the real world, where you have lenient bosses, and not so lenient ones; where one mistake can be overlooked in one work setting and get you fired in another; where you've got to understand that saying that "the dog ate my homework" won't always get you a deadline extension.

As far as the original video in the OP, I agree with people who questioned the method with which the officer brought the girl outside, but I refuse to question his presence there. It's called consequences: she refused to obey the teacher's order, then the administrator's, and they had to call in an enforcer. *kanyeshrug*

Education is too important to side with people who cannot respect their teachers and the other kids who come to school to learn.
post #638 of 646
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Originally Posted by Carver View Post
 

Someone needs to go ahead and body slam these fools

 

 

 

 

Darwinism needs to just go ahead and take care of some of these people once and for all. 

 

 

The teacher sitting there and taking it.:x

Deus est mortuus, logica obtinet.

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Deus est mortuus, logica obtinet.

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post #639 of 646
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Originally Posted by Gry60 View Post

In this video, security should get the troublemakers out of the classroom by any means necessary. We can clearly see that the instructor has lost control of the students to the point where the dude in red is barking orders at her and she's complying. I've never seen that in my life.

You don't learn anything from people you don't respect. Personally, I'm all for giving back to teachers the ability to impose their authority as they see fit (short of physical punishment of course) because it's the best way to prepare kids for the real world, where you have lenient bosses, and not so lenient ones; where one mistake can be overlooked in one work setting and get you fired in another; where you've got to understand that saying that "the dog ate my homework" won't always get you a deadline extension.

As far as the original video in the OP, I agree with people who questioned the method with which the officer brought the girl outside, but I refuse to question his presence there. It's called consequences: she refused to obey the teacher's order, then the administrator's, and they had to call in an enforcer. *kanyeshrug*

Education is too important to side with people who cannot respect their teachers and the other kids who come to school to learn.

I agree with you, I guess my point is these are the kinds of kids that require specialized attention. The kind of thing that needs to happen from day one. To understand why these kids act the way they do. I know that sounds crazy to some but I grew up in a school district where kids that acted out constantly whether it's due to a learning disability, behavioral issues, or add/adhd. It was obvious that these kids wouldn't benefit from a traditional learning environment so they were put in a non traditional one where they got more focused one on one attention with teachers/counselors trained to deal with kids that way. And you know what what? The resource officers had more issues with the "normal" kids than they did with the one we'd consider bad. But I guess that's a different discussion.
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Yall need to stop citing Darwinism laugh.gif

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Originally Posted by JaysRcrak View Post

Drawings like that dont help anything. Just meant to enrage more people by exaggerating the truth.
So easy to divide people these days its not even funny.
The art is suppose to bring awareness and highlight what's going on. In this case what's wrong with the education system.

There's stuff like this in your daily newspaper everyday making social and political commentary.

So I'd say your wrong about it not help anything. Bringing awareness is important. It's not suppose to help solve these problems on their own though.
Edited by Master Zik - 11/2/15 at 10:50am
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Originally Posted by LIONBLOOD View Post


Great comeback, you came up with that one all by yourself baby boi? laugh.gif  Which crappy inner city school did you go to?



The sad thing is this happens everyday in these schools. if someone calls the cops and the kid is dragged out, all you'll get in a 30 second apprehension and nothing that happened prior to it.

I went to catholic school my whole life, actually.
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Salute to that man
post #643 of 646
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Originally Posted by Master Zik View Post

Yall need to stop citing Darwinism laugh.gif
The art is suppose to bring awareness and highlight what's going on. In this case what's wrong with the education system.

There's stuff like this in your daily newspaper everyday making social and political commentary.y

So I'd say your wrong about it not help anything. Bringing awareness is important. It's not suppose to help solve these problems on their own though.
I can see how it would be easy for someone to look at that drawing and come to that conclusion.
I disagree.
But I do agree that bringing awareness is important.
post #644 of 646
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Originally Posted by Master Zik View Post

Yall need to stop citing Darwinism laugh.gif
The art is suppose to bring awareness and highlight what's going on. In this case what's wrong with the education system.

There's stuff like this in your daily newspaper everyday making social and political commentary.y

So I'd say your wrong about it not help anything. Bringing awareness is important. It's not suppose to help solve these problems on their own though.
I can see how it would be easy for someone to look at that drawing and come to that conclusion.
I disagree.
But I do agree that bringing awareness is important.
Well yeah, again it is art so it's open to interpretation. Some ppl will naturally feel differently.

I'm not even really praising that piece specifically. I suppose it's an image to invoke some feeling in ppl.

I could see how you and other ppl may see it as an overall net negative but at the same time I'm sure some ppl may not know or need to see it in a certain light to get the whole issue and controversy.
post #645 of 646
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Originally Posted by Carver View Post
 

Someone needs to go ahead and body slam these fools

 

she's damn near scared stiff. punk *** kids bruh >:

post #646 of 646
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Originally Posted by LIONBLOOD View Post



Darwinism needs to just go ahead and take care of some of these people once and for all. 


The teacher sitting there and taking it.sick.gif

Probably an elderly substitute who is retired and overwhelmed and the dude in the red was probably trying to clown for the girls.

He was wilding and a resource officer definitely should have came and got him out of there but y'all talking Darwinism and all that crazy **** like you've never been 14-15 trying to be funny for some girls...
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