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    Parent Teacher Conference

    So, had to go to parent/teacher conferences tonight and my 8 year old's teacher was going over some of his work with me. They had learned to fill out a check just to practice writing large numbers in numerals and in words and his check was written to the "gun store" for $48,431.54, to which I responded, "Good for him!" His teacher is a good sport and laughed along with me . . .

    Wish I had that kind of money to spend at the "gun store" :icon_cheesygrin:

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    That's awesome. It made me smile. And I'm with you. I wish I had that money to spend at the gun store too. Oh the things I would buy. :)

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    I'm glad that the check wasn't written to some political campaign. :icon_wink: Don't understand what the big deal was about writing a check to the gun store.



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    I'm glad your 8 year old has a reasonable teacher. You never know what could have happened these days. Even if you moved the decimal point to the left one digit, I would still be happy to be able to spend that. :D
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  6. When are we going shopping! :icon_razz:

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    Sounds like a well raised child! Good job mom. Oh and props to the teacher for not making a big deal out of it.
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    Most schools today they most likely would have turned him over to the police.

    Wish I had that kind of money to spend at the "gun store"
    Me too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HK4U View Post
    Most schools today they most likely would have turned him over to the police.
    Isn't that the truth? He would have been expelled multiple times by now at a liberal school for his war art on the back of most of his assignments anyway . . . glad we live where we do and he's able to grow up in a mostly sane environment and enjoy being a kid.

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    With that kind of money he must be a Class III young man!:icon_wink:
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrDavidM View Post
    I'm glad your 8 year old has a reasonable teacher. You never know what could have happened these days. :D
    I'm having my ultra-liberal-anti-gun-school-teacher-neice over this weekend for Easter dinner, the same one I got into heated:akuma: argument with over why she thought I should vote for HildaBeast and change my ultra-right-wing-gun-toting-conservative-way of thinking. Shy of putting her out of my misery...any sugestions???

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