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Old 08-21-2012, 04:43 AM   #1
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Old 08-21-2012, 07:32 PM   #2
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Re: Oklahoma school bans Michigan gear?

I would too!!!

But seriously this has happened before. Schools around here approved an ALABAMA/AUBURN appreciation day for the Iron bowl.

That means you can dress out of uniform if you wear ALABAMA gear or AUBURN gear. So if you sport some LSU crap on the day the school states you can wear either ALABAMA or AUBURN gear, your ass should be told to remove said crap, because you're a stupid moron.
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Danno, I would only kick my sons ass if he sported the following jerseys. 1. Atlanta 2. Alabama 3. Auburn.. Other than those three. he can wear whatever he wants. Well lets throw in Dallas, and the 49ners too.
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1. Atlanta 2. Alabama 3. Auburn.. Other than those three. he can wear whatever he wants.
And if the School rules stated you couldn't, would you still support him breaking the school rules just to wear some football jersey?

If the rules said white shirt, blue pants, would you be OK letting him wear a yellow shirt and purple pants?
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And if the School rules stated you couldn't, would you still support him breaking the school rules just to wear some football jersey?

If the rules said white shirt, blue pants, would you be OK letting him wear a yellow shirt and purple pants?
No you're actually right Danno. My girlfriend is an assistant principle at an elementary school. They had a huge issue on Black & Gold day when the kid wanted to wear Dallas Cowboy crap. They sent the kid home.

The school board made the final decision and recommended to send the kid home. That's the rules, if you don't want to wear Black & Gold or Saints stuff you can't substitute, you have to wear your regular clothes or uniform.
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Re: Oklahoma school bans Michigan gear?

Originally Posted by Danno View Post
And if the School rules stated you couldn't, would you still support him breaking the school rules just to wear some football jersey?

If the rules said white shirt, blue pants, would you be OK letting him wear a yellow shirt and purple pants?
well if the rules say he has to wear white shirt, blue pants. Then why is he wearing a red shirt, or an orange pants? Because it's a free day right? So why not throw in some color Purple and Gold
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No you're actually right Danno. My girlfriend is an assistant principle at an elementary school. They had a huge issue on Black & Gold day when the kid wanted to wear Dallas Cowboy crap. They sent the kid home.

The school board made the final decision and recommended to send the kid home. That's the rules, if you don't want to wear Black & Gold or Saints stuff you can't substitute, you have to wear your regular clothes or uniform.
Blah Blah Blah.... Rules are made to be broken right
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Re: Oklahoma school bans Michigan gear?

Well, if it's a school dress code, it's a school dress code, but why is this going on at the kindegarten level? I can see it at the middle school/high school level, but do they have 5 yr old gang-bangers in Oklahoma?

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We sweat such small things and turn a blind eye to the bigger things.
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Old 08-22-2012, 11:26 AM   #10
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Well, if it's a school dress code, it's a school dress code, but why is this going on at the kindegarten level? I can see it at the middle school/high school level, but do they have 5 yr old gang-bangers in Oklahoma?

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