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Apparently the student who recorded the video and then released it has been suspended for five days.  She violated rule against using social media during school hours and showing pictures of minor without their permission.

My understanding is that the school board policy is social distancing and masks are voluntary.

It will be the same way through much of the South. 

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7 hours ago, TheCid said:

Apparently the student who recorded the video and then released it has been suspended for five days.  She violated rule against using social media during school hours and showing pictures of minor without their permission.

My understanding is that the school board policy is social distancing and masks are voluntary.

It will be the same way through much of the South. 

 
 
The Georgia student who posted a now-viral photo of the crowded hallways of her high school during #COVID19 has been suspended for doing so.
 
That's OK, she said. The world needed to know the danger.
 
"This is some good and necessary trouble," she said.
 
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19 minutes ago, mr6666 said:
 
 
The Georgia student who posted a now-viral photo of the crowded hallways of her high school during #COVID19 has been suspended for doing so.
 
That's OK, she said. The world needed to know the danger.
 
"This is some good and necessary trouble," she said.
 
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Rules are rules!

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Now write on the blackboard 200 times.

I will not text or send photos during school hours 

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14 hours ago, mr6666 said:
 
 
The Georgia student who posted a now-viral photo of the crowded hallways of her high school during #COVID19 has been suspended for doing so.
 
That's OK, she said. The world needed to know the danger.
 
"This is some good and necessary trouble," she said.
 
 

Latest reports are that the school district backed down and revoked the suspension.

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On 8/7/2020 at 4:51 PM, hamradio said:

 

Rules are rules!

pedantic-1846-50d989054f84af37e3981fb8a8

 

Now write on the blackboard 200 times.

I will not text or send photos during school hours 

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;)

You mean like all the rules your Effing Moron of a “President” chooses to disregard on a daily basis?!?  Just like the Constitution and our laws!?!

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15 hours ago, hamradio said:

This "communist" had to wear a mask because he wouldn't keep his social distance from the rest of us Americans. :wacko:

Now today if one don't wear one it's un-American.  :lol::P

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Even you should be to figure out the difference in the situations then and now.

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15 hours ago, mr6666 said:
 
A 17-year-old worker at a Pennsylvania theme park suffered a displaced jaw and will require surgery
 
after he was assaulted by a couple he asked to wear masks, police say.
 
:(

I hope the couple were arrested and thrown in jail and that they receive the maximum penalty for assault with intention to do bodily harm.  Then the worker should sue them for everything they have.

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15 hours ago, mr6666 said:

BREAKING: The Big Ten presidents have voted to postpone the 2020 college football season

with hopes of playing in the spring,

ACC and SEC, primarily in the South, are playing, but limiting number of games to 10 or 11.  Will be a major contribution to massive spread of COVID-19 infections throughout the South and other parts of the nation.  The South is area of country where safe distancing, masks and other safety measures are least used.

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1 hour ago, TheCid said:

I hope the couple were arrested and thrown in jail and that they receive the maximum penalty for assault with intention to do bodily harm.  Then the worker should sue them for everything they have.

 

Illinois governor makes it a felony to assault workers who ask you to wear a mask

https://dailysoundandfury.com/illinois-governor-makes-it-a-felony-to-assault-workers-who-ask-you-to-wear-a-mask/

 

Police are in the process of tracking the couple down to get them extradited from New York.

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Georgia Student Behind Crowded Hallway Photo Gets More Threats as School's COVID Cases Climb

"..........Photos posted in August by North Paulding High School sophomore Hannah Watters went viral as students were shown jammed together, unable to practice social distancing. Watters was temporarily suspended for using her phone to take the pictures during school hours. After the photos spread on social media, Watters reported receiving threats related to the photos such as "I know where this girl lives" and "We're going to jump every girl named Hannah in the tenth grade."

"I know I'm doing the right thing," Watters told CNN on Sunday, "and it's not going to stop me from continuing doing it. But is concerning, especially since it's a lot of the people I go to school with, people I've known for years now, that are threatening me."

More posts have appeared on social media allegedly from parents of other students .......

https://www.newsweek.com/georgia-student-behind-crowded-hallway-photo-gets-more-threats-schools-covid-cases-climb-1524757?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1597275329

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Not on the internet right now but just now on WSAZ News, a man in Johnson County, Kentucky learned the hard way Covid is not a joke or a hoax.  So far has only tested positive after noticing his food taste bland and other symptoms thanks to a large sign at King's Island :wacko: by which laid out the symptoms The rude awaking was he put his entire family at risk.

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23 minutes ago, mr6666 said:
 
As Trump attacks Biden’s call to mandate masks,
 
Fox News poll finds an overwhelming majority - 74% - favor “requiring everyone in the United States to wear a face mask when they are outside of their home,”
 
versus 21% opposed
 
 
-_-
 
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris today called for every governor to mandate mask-wearing in public for at least the next three months,
 
citing studies that say it would save more than 40,000 lives and speed the nation’s economic recovery
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On 8/11/2020 at 6:22 PM, mr6666 said:

BREAKING: The Big Ten presidents have voted to postpone the 2020 college football season

with hopes of playing in the spring,

And now a lot of universities are worried that they'll have to build their university's prestige on academics! :o 😨

Sepiatone

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Museums are opening slowly — and differently

— but one-third will likely shutter for good

Before the pandemic, museums, zoos, science centers and other attractions welcomed more than 850 million visitors a year and supported more than 726,000 jobs.
 
"............The museum closure is a strongly felt loss not only because “it put Wilsonville on the map as a major new tourism draw, but because the museum had formed a successful partnership with the local community college and 12 area high schools to host automotive classes for hundreds of students,” said Mark Ottenad, Public/Government Affairs Director for the City of Wilsonville.

In June, the Children’s Museum in Richmond, Virginia, closed its Fredericksburg branch. “This decision was made with a heavy heart,” the museum's Executive Director Danielle Ripperton said in a statement. "It is necessary in light of our extended closure and resulting loss in revenue,” she added.

In early July, the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles announced its closure after 10 years, promising to donate its collection of prints to a “a highly reputable public archival institution.”

Other museums around the country may now be grappling with making similar decisions........

https://www.nbcnews.com/business/consumer/museums-are-opening-slowly-differently-one-third-will-likely-shutter-n1236595?cid=sm_npd_nn_tw_ma

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Facing massive fines and jail, N.J. gym owner says nothing will make him close his doors

The owners of Atilis Gym have been arrested and threatened with hefty fines, but say they will fight to keep their doors open no matter what.

New Jersey gym owner who faces the possibility of $15,000 per day fines for refusing to close his gym, despite state ordinances during the coronavirus pandemic, said Friday that nothing will stop him from opening his doors.

Atilis Gym in Bellmawr opened in May, defying Gov. Phil Murphy’s executive order to remain closed during the pandemic, and sparking a legal battle.

 

The owners, Ian Smith and Frank Trumbetti, have received and ignored several citations and were arrested last month and charged with contempt, obstruction and violating the Disaster Control Act.

They reopened the gym less than a week later.........

 

New Jersey was one of the hardest-hit states early on in the pandemic before it appeared to have successfully flattened the coronavirus curve. But in late July and early August, the state saw the number of new cases spike by 175 percent.

Murphy responded by tightening restrictions on the number of people who can gather at indoor venues or parties from 100 to 25.

The governor said at the time that the state was “standing in a very dangerous place”

and he placed the blame squarely on the “knuckleheads” who fail to follow the rules...........

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/facing-massive-fines-jail-n-j-gym-owner-says-nothing-n1236786?cid=sm_npd_nn_tw_ma

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