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By Anon / Wednesday 18 December 2013 09:56 / United States - Paso Robles
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  CallMeMcFeelii  |  48

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  9gagnFml  |  31

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By  PancakeSlap  |  44

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  Kyuzomi  |  44

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  PancakeSlap  |  20

I agree, but six people should not be required to walk you to the bathroom during a drill. Seems inefficient to me, but I went to a small highschool with only a few administrators.

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  SammyS2012  |  20

Myabe it wasnt a drill. my high school was once on lockdown because a gun was found in the bathroom. it was in a bag and someone hit it, and it went off. everyone was confined to their class for hours while an investigation went about

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That's for sure. My high school didn't do as much as a fire drill all year long (even after the school shootings happened), the only fire (or any other emergency) drill we had all year was a total accident from an experiment gone wrong in the chemistry lab!

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  BrotherPhil  |  20

My school never had fire drills - we got enough practice from false alarms. Usually someone getting wound up and punching the alarm button, but once, someone hung toilet paper off of a smoke detector and lit it.

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By  spluver0005  |  22

We had a really serious lockdown where we even got sent home so no one could be in the hallways and these three guys actually went into the back room and peed in a bottle

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During the arapahoe high school shooting we(a neighboring school) were under a secure perimeter and had to be escorted by a school security guard and police officer to leave. :P

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