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Old November 17 2012, 10:10 PM   #38
Location: Great Britain
Re: Nut-allergic child's mom demands oak trees be removed from schooly

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There was a local story here a few months ago where a kid brought a sandwich to school and it was confiscated. They thought it was peanut butter when it really was a peanut butter replacement. Apparently it's part of a policy to ban anything that they can't be sure about, so rather than take a risk, they confiscated his sandwich.
Seems a tad draconian.
That's what comes of having idiotic "zero tolerance" policies. Zero tolerance is for authorities who don't want to be bothered with having to make judgments based on common sense.
Common sense what is this strange concept of which you speak. :P
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