2 years ago
I think, for the dress code to be enforced, it should be presented at the first of the school year along with student handbook. Violators should then expect ridicule on social media like "People of Walmart".
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I can't muster much sympathy for this guy. It was widely known that they were, to say the least, hostile towards intruders. But otherwise it's just a really weird situation, and I don't know quite how to feel about it. I mean on the one hand we can say that their little enclave has a right to sovereignty and isolation if that's what they want. But if some religious group tried to set up their little country on an island off the coast of the US, and did half the stuff that these people have done, we'd have rounded them up a long time ago. So I guess it's just interesting where and when we can give people a pass on what's considered acceptable human behavior.
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