So I just found out that this is happening at the high school that I graduated from last year. I actually knew the guy in the video for a LONG ass time. We were tight friends in elementary but started to drift apart and then just talked on and off through the years. I had literally no idea he was like this though. What does /pol/ think of my old pal?
what a fucking mongoloid
I'm actually really interested in seeing how this turns out. This is the kind of school where a transgender kid can throw fits about being discriminated and the council hastily complies with their wishes.
I'm actually really interested in seeing how this turns out. The school is jam packed with normies so who knows. They actually put up Kony 2012 posters back when thay was relevant.
>Student sets up bulletin boards for clubs to post stuff on
>Need permission from some student group or whatever it's called to do so ("Student Life approved")
>Gets mad when he can't blatantly tape that shit all over the place, probably in non-poster sanctioned areas
Yeah he's going to lose.
Holy damn. Checkd.
I'm hoping he does lose tbh. I mean hes my pal and all but this is crazy. I know for a fact that at that school you have to go to the office first and get a literal stamp of approval before putting up any posters. He clearly did NOT do that.
we are analogous we are region forgive and forget. Blartpostin from my crib
I genuinely hope that was real. But back to the subject at hand, to what extent do you think Ryle will tolerate this bullshit? I think this is make or break for if Turner is going to just let people walk all over him
As much as I sympathize, schools have protocol for this shit as stupid as it sounds.
Same thing happened here (I was a former student)
What happened was, with films, you are supposed to be VERY specific for what your intentions are whenever ANY film is shown on campus in case some studio executive sees a flyer and begins asking questions about royalty fees.
The fact it was a film event that got changed in advertising to an advocacy one was a big no-no. It wasn't because of anti-LGBT stuff. Needless to say a bunch of SJWs (unsure if it was related to the College Dems, I don't believe they were) gathered and marched into the student cafeteria building and blocked people from being able to enter and leave.
Last I heard the film was shown anyway.