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  •  If the kid's at least eighteen (1+ / 0-)
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    it's none of their potentially whackjob mummy and daddy's business where their little dimpled darling is.  Fer chrissakes, some kids are relieved to be rid of their parents' controlling behavior.  That law is prolly there so no one aids and abets a parent's stalking.

    Never meddle in the affairs of cats, for they are subtle and will piss on your computer.--Bruce Graham

    by Ice Blue on Thu Aug 02, 2012 at 09:01:46 AM PDT

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    •  Yes, I'm pretty sure that is why these (0+ / 0-)

      laws exist.

      Still, when I get an email from a student from an official university email account, why can't I tell them what grade they just go on a test? Why does it have to be in person?

      Ok, maybe someone is sending me a fake email pretending to be that student.

      But it still seems kinda strange; I feel like I am James Bond when I tell them: "No, I am forbidden from telling you what grade you got on today's test in this pathetically primative form of communication that is calle emails. Meet me tomorrow at the Starbucks on campus, in the north-western corner, and then I will whisper to ou your grade in your ear."

      One boy against the Stock Market all Wall Street ascream. --Allen Ginsberg, "Elegy Ché Guévara"

      by Anak on Fri Aug 03, 2012 at 01:28:51 AM PDT

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