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Shamelessly stolen from Maet:

Sunscreen is one of the best protectors from the sun, but North East Independent School District parent Christy Riggs said her child wasn’t allowed to bring sunscreen to campus and suffered the burning consequences.
Riggs said her 10-year-old daughter went on a school field trip recently and came back sun-burned. Riggs said district policy didn’t allow her daughter to bring sunscreen to reapply.

“When you have a school field trip or a field day (in) which they’re out there for an extended period of time, they should be allowed to carry sunscreen and reapply,” said Riggs.

Riggs said skin cancer runs in her family and her father recently passed away from it.

But, NEISD spokeswoman Aubrey Chancellor said sunscreen is considered a medication, something children need a doctor’s note to have at school.

“Typically, sunscreen is a toxic substance, and we can’t allow toxic things in to be in our schools,” Chancellor said.

Which fails to explain your continued presence as NEISD spokesturd, you ignorant twaffle.



  1. 1
    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    A toxic school :em04: run by toxic people :em04: with a toxic lack of common sense. :em04:

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Forget lawsuit, how about filing criminal charges for child endangerment?

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    angrywebmaster says:

    Forget lawsuit, how about filing criminal charges for child endangerment?
    angrywebmaster recently posted..D-Day, 70 years later

    Hell YEAH!

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    BC, Imperial Torturer growls and barks:

    So, giving out HIGHTLY TOXIC birth control and Plan B pills to middle school girls without their parents’ consent is acceptable to these festering fuckweasels, but not a simple fucking OTC sunscreen that their parents sent to school with them?!?! These sub-moronic NAZI-wannabes need to be taken out and strung up in public squares as examples to others who would attempt to waste our precious oxygen resources in the future. Then again, hangin’s too good for them.
    Hanover Fist had it right: