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 Columbine student- "nothing's really changed"

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PostSubject: Re: Columbine student- "nothing's really changed"   Columbine student- "nothing's really changed" Icon_minitimeMon Mar 18, 2013 9:44 pm

Did she think Columbine was going to stop being a high school after what happened?

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PostSubject: Re: Columbine student- "nothing's really changed"   Columbine student- "nothing's really changed" Icon_minitimeTue Mar 19, 2013 4:00 pm

Unfortunately she has a boyfriend. She deserves better than him.






Lifetime wrote:
Did she think Columbine was going to stop being a high school after what happened?

There should have been some change.

Absolutely nothing changed. That's a sad commentary, after what happened.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine student- "nothing's really changed"   Columbine student- "nothing's really changed" Icon_minitimeTue Mar 19, 2013 4:35 pm

To be honest i'm not surprised to hear nothing has changed, of course this is just one persons version here. However i always thought things would go one way or another, as in there would either be huge changes at the school or none at all.
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Cezar wrote:
Unfortunately she has a boyfriend. She deserves better than him.






Lifetime wrote:
Did she think Columbine was going to stop being a high school after what happened?

There should have been some change.

Absolutely nothing changed. That's a sad commentary, after what happened.

The thing is, bullying is never going to cease to exist. It's a moral choice, so if someone is being mean it's because they choose to do so. I'm not saying it's right, but kids have to realize that. As for the whole jock, preppy girl, outcast thing they've got going on. It just sounds to me like typical teenage bullcrap.

It's wrong to sit there and expect just Columbine to change when the problem lays with our society and not just one high school.
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Lifetime wrote:
The thing is, bullying is never going to cease to exist. It's a moral choice, so if someone is being mean it's because they choose to do so. I'm not saying it's right, but kids have to realize that. As for the whole jock, preppy girl, outcast thing they've got going on. It just sounds to me like typical teenage bullcrap.

It's wrong to sit there and expect just Columbine to change when the problem lays with our society and not just one high school.


Unfortunately bullying will never stop. I know this.


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Cezar wrote:
Lifetime wrote:
The thing is, bullying is never going to cease to exist. It's a moral choice, so if someone is being mean it's because they choose to do so. I'm not saying it's right, but kids have to realize that. As for the whole jock, preppy girl, outcast thing they've got going on. It just sounds to me like typical teenage bullcrap.

It's wrong to sit there and expect just Columbine to change when the problem lays with our society and not just one high school.


Unfortunately bullying will never stop. I know this.


Walter E. Williams Column: Erosion of Traditional Values, Not Guns, to Blame for Senseless Violence
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We need to go back to the days of the Hippies, but without the laziness, insane drug use, and gratuitous sex. Instead we should just love and take care of one another and be responsible. Instead we have a individualist mentality where everyone is trying to get ahead of everyone else. And if someone falls behind, then it's their fault. I feel a cultural revolution coming on. That or it's just the drugs.

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Would like to hear more from her or others about how it is there now
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I know this is old but I went there in 2010 and if you had any specific questions I wouldn't mind answering them for you.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine student- "nothing's really changed"   Columbine student- "nothing's really changed" Icon_minitimeMon Oct 29, 2018 2:32 pm

Bullying at school has gone on for centuries. Just read Tom Brown's School Days or David Copperfield to see it was even more horrible a couple of hundred years ago.
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