View Poll Results: What is your stance on School Uniforms?

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  • Yes and the school should offer them at no extra cost.

    30 22.73%
  • Yes and the parents should pay for them.

    46 34.85%
  • They should be optional for students who want them

    2 1.52%
  • There should be school uniforms for specific activities only

    4 3.03%
  • We should leave it to the parents to decide if the school should have uniforms

    12 9.09%
  • We should leave it at municipal/state level

    10 7.58%
  • We shouldn't have school uniforms at all

    28 21.21%
  • I like the current way things are.

    8 6.06%
  • I hate uniforms

    11 8.33%
  • I'm a potato.

    16 12.12%
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    Re: Do you support school uniforms?

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    What hammer? The school governing the operations of the school has no bearing on my case. Did it ever cross your mind that I ignored your post because it was irreverent?
    My post was a perfectly logical analogy that goes to the root of your complete error... I can see why you found it irrelelvant.

    I don't value one more than the other actually. I just find it unacceptable to undermine my decisions I made for my child and to remove completely her freedom of expression. She has agreed to my choices and accepts my guidance, but you, I don't remember giving you a say on what she can wear and she doesn't want to wear your uniform. Back off.
    You are making it personal when it isn't.
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    Re: Do you support school uniforms?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva View Post
    My post was a perfectly logical analogy that goes to the root of your complete error... I can see why you found it irrelelvant.



    You are making it personal when it isn't.
    How does HE know she doesn't want to wear YOUR uniform? Maybe your uniform is styling!

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    Re: Do you support school uniforms?

    Quote Originally Posted by vesper View Post
    Bodhisattva didn't make a valid point that warranted a response. because whether you recognize it or not, parents still have a say on any matter that goes on in their school districts. And when the majority reaches whatever direction in which to proceed is how things will be. My argument is only fallacious to you because you do not agree with it. But fortunately across this country more agree with me than they do with you for if they would be agreeing with you there would more schools mandating forced uniforms.
    Because it shows the core of your fallicious thinking... that's why. If you don't like uniforms just say so. Understand that your reasons against them are illogical though, within the framework of other school rules and procedures. Just own that. To keep making your error in reasoning though is ridiculous. Make a different argument if you want to be taken seriously. As it is you and Henrin have fallicious arguments. IF you don't care say so... but to say that my post was irrelevant or doesn't warrant a response only shows htat you are either dishonest or that you have an extremely sophomoric way of presenting an argument.
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    Re: Do you support school uniforms?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    How does HE know she doesn't want to wear YOUR uniform? Maybe your uniform is styling!
    Exactly...
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    Re: Do you support school uniforms?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva View Post
    Because it shows the core of your fallicious thinking... that's why. If you don't like uniforms just say so. Understand that your reasons against them are illogical though, within the framework of other school rules and procedures. Just own that. To keep making your error in reasoning though is ridiculous. Make a different argument if you want to be taken seriously. As it is you and Henrin have fallicious arguments. IF you don't care say so... but to say that my post was irrelevant or doesn't warrant a response only shows htat you are either dishonest or that you have an extremely sophomoric way of presenting an argument.
    Once again you find the arguments of those who do not share your opinion as being fallacious when in fact the points made drew on the differences of collectivism versus individualism. Collectivism chooses "group" solutions often at the loss of freedoms for others. Individualism focuses on the individual and preserving their rights. I have no doubt that many educators are thrilled with uniforms for it makes their jobs a lot easier instead of dealing with an individual. But then again a lot of educators are advocates for putting young "active" students on drugs such as Ritalin to make their job easier. Cheers.

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    Re: Do you support school uniforms?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva View Post
    My post was a perfectly logical analogy that goes to the root of your complete error... I can see why you found it irrelelvant.
    Talking about managing the classroom and where students sit has nothing to do with the topic at hand. You just have this funny idea that everything is within your reach when it's not.

    You are making it personal when it isn't.
    It is personal. Putting your say into what my child wears as if what I allow is not good enough makes this personal. Do you actually think I should take that as if it's not an insult?
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    Re: Do you support school uniforms?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    How does HE know she doesn't want to wear YOUR uniform? Maybe your uniform is styling!
    Every uniform I have ever seen has been the exact opposite of styling. Am I to believe you have seen a uniform you would actually desire to wear?

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    Re: Do you support school uniforms?

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    Every uniform I have ever seen has been the exact opposite of styling. Am I to believe you have seen a uniform you would actually desire to wear?
    Yes, a lot of times they are just skirts and a sweater for girls and pants and a sweater for boys.

    These poor children, just look how they are suffering! Oh the horror, the HORROR!

    Do you support school uniforms?-school-uniform-jpg

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    Re: Do you support school uniforms?

    I don't think uniforms are necessary but some sort of reasonable dress code is appropriate. So much importance was placed on clothing styles, clear skin and clique status at school.

    It's their own little world of fantasy based importance that they should be allowed some freedom and time to revel in it before they're tossed into the harsh reality of self reliance, responsibility and earning a wage.
    Einstein, "science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."

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    Re: Do you support school uniforms?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    Yes, a lot of times they are just skirts and a sweater for girls and pants and a sweater for boys.

    These poor children, just look how they are suffering! Oh the horror, the HORROR!

    Do you support school uniforms?-school-uniform-jpg
    Damn girl, she be pimping that button down sweater vest. I swear, Grannie would be proud. Well, great great Grannie that is. And damn, a tie on a girl, what could be better. You know, other than just about anything.

    I also love the school logos. Yeah, lets tag it up.

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