- Nov 11, 2022
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Wow you would be a complete outcast nowadays. Students LOVE it when the internet goes down because it means they don't have to do any work in most of their classes.I know when I was in school other students liked the computers but I hated them. They seem like they cause more problems than they fix. There wasn't a backup plan for if the computers weren't an option when I was in school so if the internet went out you were just fucked and didn't do anything until it came back on.
Thankfully my school doesn't have any of those problems but, you see those problems a lot with schools in the bad parts of cities. Personally I don't think the administration cracks down on it because they're in on it. This could being payed off by whoever supplies the kid drugs, or even getting their drugs from the kid. The paid off administration then cracks down on everything else to have the illusion that they don't allow illegal behavior at the school. At least that's my theory, could be something different, as I don't have personal experience with this.I'd also like your opinion on something else. When I was in school the rules were prioritized in a very strange way. Kids could get away with a lot of things like fighting, drugs, cheating, and similar things, but if you used the restroom without a pass or walked the wrong way down a hallway you'd be in big trouble. I myself got escorted by the school security to the office and got chewed out for going to the bathroom (with teacher permission) but without a pass because I was about to shit myself. Yet a kid sold bad pills that killed 28 people and raped a girl and prom was free of consequences at school now obviously the law got him, but the school pretended it didn't happen. Are you seeing anything like that at your school? My school might have been an anomaly, who knows
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