Ma's Team - 2008

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"My mom has MS and our team has been raising money for research for 7 years now. I've wanted to create team shirts for a number of years. Online I found another MS Chapter in California had used CustomInk.com to create team shirts so I thought this would be a great resource. It was! CustomInk.com was very easy to use and I would definitely recommend them! They went above and beyond by donating to our cause, too. They contacted me while I was out of the country so I couldn't respond. Instead of waiting for my response, they researched online to find our Team's website and made a donation. Thank you!!!" - http://main.nationalmssociety.org/goto/kathy.morgan - Mas_Team (Jun 03, 2008)

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comment by anonymous - Jun 05, 2008 - back to the top

Great work

comment by Guest - May 09, 2012 - back to the top

Live Oak also experienced prblmeos on Cinco de Mayo last year.She said some students had complained to the principal and vice principal that they had felt intimidated by students waving American flags.In response to those complaints, school authorities had asked students not to provoke other students by wearing or waving flags this year, Sullivan said."The district's position is that that is not in our policy," Sullivan said. "But the underlying reason for it was student safety."As I said in my earlier comment - the policy was stupid. The flag is speech and should be protected, but attempting to use it to provoke a disturbance is something schools have a right to stomp on. Immediate breach of the peace/Time, place & Manner - call it what you want. If people are going to try to start a fight and then hide behind the first amendment, they will find its not much of a shield.Although - while you're ignoring race, ask yourself if this were 5 Mexican Americans being asked to turn their Mexican flag shirts inside out on flag day - do you suppose that1) This would be as likely to get the media play2) That said coverages would be linked to on this blog; and 3) You'd be here posting about how 5 Mexican Americans were oppressed?