Skip to comments.UGA: Backpacks Wonít Be Allowed At Graduation
Posted on 05/01/2013 11:02:22 AM PDT by Biggirl
ATLANTA (AP/WAOK) The University of Georgia will ban backpacks in the schools football stadium during its commencement ceremony on May 10.
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Why would anyone wear a backpack to a graduation?
What about fanny packs or big, heavy purses or coats with big pockets?
Slip on shoes only. Strip searches at the door. No pocketknives, toothpicks, or sharpened drinking straws. Be compliant, speak only when spoken to, say “yes, master” and “no, master” and most of you won’t get hurt.
How about just not allowing Muslims to go in without being thoroughly searched and vetted?
Remember...They hate us for our freedom!
UGA students never used backpacks anyway.
“Let the Big Dawg Read.”
lol that would make sense.
Really not the point even though some of these students likely keep their entire lives there after having been subjected to transiting from one location to the other.
The point is that we, particularly our masterful overseers - Obama and his incompetent ILK, are relegated to continual regime of REACTING instead of ACTING in advance. Box cutters? We can’t even take nail clippers on board, they didn’t let anyone have metal silverware for a long time - maybe still don’t. Shoe bomber? We still have to take off our frigging shoes. Underwear bomber? That’s where those boob X-rays and millimeter wave reflectometers came from...
You name it, our inept government and officials REACT!
Well, they have to have some place to put their dope and snacks, don’t they [tech grad]
Maybe carrying some art projects and a few meals, to help combat the dreadful boredom.
Ah, and here I was planning on canning up a batch of beans while I watched the ceremonies.
Can they open carry a pressure cooker?
They hate us for ‘being’.
They use our freedoms (and other things) to overpower us.
The glaring reason I go to no sporting events, concerts, or large assemblies. Basically no place I cannot carry.
Thanks so much!
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