I’m a Kickin It Old School 80s Retro Microphone Podcast Radio vintage Shirt friend with only a few of the people I went to school with, most of whom were blown away by the wind when I left school. In a way, school is a captive environment and makes friends because you have to study in the same class, not because you really like the person. As you get older, you’re attracted to the people you like to be around, instead of being forced to associate with them when needed. People you like in high school will continue to be friends if they agree with that and you like to be friends or have something in common.
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Others will simply drift away. TheKickin It Old School 80s Retro Microphone Podcast Radio vintage Shirt second part is that once you are no longer in school, you have less in common and fewer things that tie you together. That’s easy, look for the definition of Insubordination and you’ll find; defy authority; refused to obey orders. In this case, the student defies authority by tearing off the sign. He/she should also be charged with destroying school property, which is much worse than disobedience. If it was all he/she was accused by the school, he/she would have easily escaped. Just because a small-minded person finds something unreasonable by the school does not give them the right to destroy property owned by the school.
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And yes, the signs posted by the Kickin It Old School 80s Retro Microphone Podcast Radio vintage Shirt school, on the school walls are owned by the school. So if the same person thinks taking the bus to school instead of walking is ridiculous, it’s okay that they destroy the bus and make it impossible for them to work. NO, it does not, destroying property regardless of its temporary value is destroying the property and therefore must be treated the same. It is more nuanced, but basically, we had a harder job with discipline but fewer accidents from parents who thought we didn’t teach their children correctly / Push them strong enough / give them enough high scores.