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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • My favourite so far is "an object that has a purpose other than jewelry cannot be warn as jewelry (i.e., animal chains or collars)".

    Obviously a school where Perl is high on the curriculum. Do they mind if you die your hair?

    • They note in the code that 'only natural colours are allowed' so as long as you dye your hair a 'natural' colour one would assume that's acceptable.

      The dress code seems intimidating but it's really pretty liberal and probably is just trying to keep kids from dressing like madonna, britney or little wannbe gangstahs. I mean, catholic school dress codes are a lot more stringent as they tell you what to wear too. I spent a lot of time after school scrubbing gymnasium baseboards for wearing a turtleneck [ my

      • Yeah, I went to a public school that had a uniform. It wasn't an ordeal. All these hand-wringing limp-dick wussies who whine about their darling angel's freedom of expression being inhibited ... bah.

        I'm not worried about the uniform or dress code, just wondering whether there's more sinister mind control desires lurking behind the dress code. Probably not, given the "teaching of democratic principles" and all that bollocks in the charter.

        --Nat