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    (Original post by Brown Eyed Girl)
    ALOT of people in my school should of been permenantly excluded... person i think the idiot that put me in hospital and fractured several of my ribs unprovoked should of been expelled.. but nope i had a forced apology...
    I'm interested, please explain.
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    i was hit over the back a few times with a metal chair. i half passed out cause of how bad my lungs are and even light blows to the back make it hard for me to brethe.
    but hey i had xrays. fractured ribs
    that still play up
    the muscles seives up and making moving painful

    i had a "sorry... it was uh... accident"

    joy
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    I hate problem students. It's students with learning difficulties who are ruining peoples' education. In my English class the teacher went over basic, and I mean basic grammar right before the exams instead of poetry which was much more important. She did this because of the retards who find school difficult, hence cause trouble and ruin it for everyone else. I hate them. Fair enough, most schools use "sets" to distinguish but no matter where, if it's state, you'll always have a [email protected] messing everything up. Put them on the street. The sooner they get into MaccyD's the better. Why try and stop the inevitable from happening? It's a waste of money keeping morons with bd in schools... Hate them.
    So those people don't have a right to an education and are completly worthless? And you're so much more superior, I suppose that others should fall out of your path so not to inhibit your development as a genius in anyway.

    Ever thought you could go to uni with a pointless degree and and up in maccy d's whilst the lad with 4 D's at GCSE has his own bussiness set up?

    You've got to look at people and their intelligences and nurture them as people, no anyone person is really thick and incapable, the education system fails people with learning disorders - ever thought there might be a reason someone is disruptive - you're the lucky one your education needs are abviously being met, others aren't quite as lucky - but its not them I pity but you because I don't know how much arrogance and ignorance propells you to success.
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    (Original post by Brown Eyed Girl)
    i was hit over the back a few times with a metal chair. i half passed out cause of how bad my lungs are and even light blows to the back make it hard for me to brethe.
    but hey i had xrays. fractured ribs
    that still play up
    the muscles seives up and making moving painful

    i had a "sorry... it was uh... accident"

    joy
    How was it an accident? Being hit over the back with a metal chair? :mad: Sounds like the police should have been involved to me.
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    (Original post by soulsussed)
    So those people don't have a right to an education and are completly worthless? And you're so much more superior, I suppose that others should fall out of your path so not to inhibit your development as a genius in anyway.
    Never said they were completely worthless - they serve me my precious monthly BigMac . I wouldn't say superior, that would be wrong. I would however say that I deserve to be given credit - I have a "Learning Disorder" yet I can be in a mainstream class and learn properly - I have a desire to learn, not to disturb others. This is why I have a hatred for people who blame their unruly behaviour on their disorders, as it's bo**ocks. It's all to easy to say, I have ADHD, that's why I beat up my teachers/start loads of fights/disturb the class. I have ADHD and know that it is very possible to not be a trouble maker. Don't know why the trouble makers are being defended here tbh.

    (Original post by soulsussed)
    Ever thought you could go to uni with a pointless degree and and up in maccy d's whilst the lad with 4 D's at GCSE has his own bussiness set up?
    It happens - but it's very, very, very, very, very, very, very very1000 rare.

    (Original post by soulsussed)
    no anyone person is really thick and incapable
    I beg to differ,
    (Original post by soulsussed)
    I pity but you because I don't know how much arrogance and ignorance propells you to success.
    Go ahead and pitty me - you're just some person over the internet as far as I'm concerned. I am not arrogant, just proud that I can controll myself.
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    Never said they were completely worthless - they serve me my precious monthly BigMac . I wouldn't say superior, that would be wrong. I would however say that I deserve to be given credit - I have a "Learning Disorder" yet I can be in a mainstream class and learn properly - I have a desire to learn, not to disturb others. This is why I have a hatred for people who blame their unruly behaviour on their disorders, as it's bo**ocks. It's all to easy to say, I have ADHD, that's why I beat up my teachers/start loads of fights/disturb the class. I have ADHD and know that it is very possible to not be a trouble maker. Don't know why the trouble makers are being defended here tbh.

    It happens - but it's very, very, very, very, very, very, very very1000 rare.

    I beg to differ,Go ahead and pitty me - you're just some person over the internet as far as I'm concerned. I am not arrogant, just proud that I can controll myself.
    Alot don't even realise they have a disorder there are also issues such as family background, you're right everyone isn't like you but have you considered that if you have one strength they might have another? Just because you can control yourself and they have more trouble doesn't make you a better person.

    I don't think its rare as you think, education isnt everthing, neither my parent did well at school, but they now have respectable careers.

    I will pity you, because your arrogance and ignorance to other people will hold you back, interpersonal skills and your personality get you the job/place at uni as well as your academic achievments. Your pride is a very aggressive one, you can be proud without spitting on people.
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    [QUOTE=Whizz Kid]I beg to differ,[QUOTE]

    I don't know anyone who is completly thick and uncapable, I don't think that low on anyone.
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    I have ADHD and I deal with it (I don't even take medication!). It hasn't stopped me! Having ADHD isn't an excuse for causing havoc, I'm sorry! It's a disorder, fair enough but it's just a chemical deficiency - it doesn't MAKE people behave the way they do. You're right - if they can't handle their disorder they should be segregated - it's not fair on the others who can be taught without misbehaving.

    For someone who is supposed to have ADHD themself, you show a high amount of ignorance. ADHD can be responsible for being unruly and boisterous. It's pretty obvious that you have no idea just how severe a chemical imbalance within the brain can be and yes, it is the reason why people behave the way you do - women who have higher testosterone levels than others tend to show more masculine traits. What's testosterone? A hormone. What's a hormone? A biochemical molecule. Yes, you are right, those with severe ADHD should receive specialist help, possibly in a special needs school, but let's face it; we don't live in a "special needs world" and if those with ADHD are to go out into the world, they're going to need to be educated sufficiently and more importantly, they need to have the experience of dealing and co-existing with those who are not like them.

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    I went to a Catholic girls school and even though the school wasn't overly religious, you weren't allowed to dye your hair bright colours - my best friend got in trouble for it countless times. Thing is, being in a uniform puts you in the frame of mind whatever situation you're about to encounter. Believe me, I used to be in the Air Cadets and uniform was a big thing, worse than school. If you make small deviations from your uniform, you don't quite feel as though you're "in the mood". I know I did.
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    (Original post by soulsussed)
    How was it an accident? Being hit over the back with a metal chair? :mad: Sounds like the police should have been involved to me.
    I got used to it.

    i'm got the most liked of people for some reason.

    well at least i wasn't in school. the police ignore racist attacks against white people in school by the way. well at least they did for me.
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    (Original post by Brown Eyed Girl)
    I got used to it.

    i'm got the most liked of people for some reason.

    well at least i wasn't in school. the police ignore racist attacks against white people in school by the way. well at least they did for me.
    :mad: Why are double standards so common under this New Labour government???
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    (Original post by Brown Eyed Girl)
    I got used to it.

    i'm got the most liked of people for some reason.

    well at least i wasn't in school. the police ignore racist attacks against white people in school by the way. well at least they did for me.
    OMG :mad: , expand, I really want to know more (thats if you're willing to in a forum). What went on? You actually got used to being treated like that?

    The police do racists all the time don't they?
 
 
 

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