April 27th, 2006


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02:13 am - 1KWFFH: on hometown hotties on the cyberbathroom wall...

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[User Picture]From: qiika Date: April 27th, 2006 - 01:29 pm (Link)
Free speech, yes. The list producing enough trouble to be its own punishment, likely. Punishment for the creator(s) and distributor(s) of the list? I'm sure there will be social repurcussions. On one hand, that may be enough. On the other, they should probably get a talking to in order to understand the impacts that the list might have.

There were lists like that from my school years, maybe not including sexual escapades of those on it (as this one had, from what I heard on the news during my drive to work this morning). If I was on any of them, I didn't know about it. I just heard that they existed. I ignored it. And as far as making a list like that? Only in my head.
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: April 27th, 2006 - 03:06 pm (Link)
Well, in a lot of respects, I am all for just letting the kids work this shit out themselves. Will there be repercussions? Maybe, maybe not. I could see none of the guys involved ever getting a date with any of the girls on the list, and I could also see the girls being flattered and wanting to hook up with them. A talking to, I'm not terribly adverse to. I can probably even respect a policy of "you can't do this in school." But what the kids do on their own time, so long as it doesn't specifically directly harm others, I can't get behind. If a school wants to say "no racial slurs at school." Fine, but you can't punish the kid for writing a racial supremacy website at home.
 

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