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  • The idea that any gun club, that anybody, would rejoice over a Columbine is almost too atrocious to deserve a reply.

    Supremes to Hear Second Amendment Case

  • CARROLL: After his arrest, investigators headed to Bonelli's home, where they found what they described as Columbine memorabilia.

    CNN Transcript Feb 14, 2005

  • But I'd also like to remember that the name "Columbine" comes from the state flower of Colorado, a beautiful white and lavender bloom that dots the meadows and fields in the Rocky Mountains.

    Columbine

  • 'Columbine' is the black cat, with whom he used to come waltzing in, directly on the dining-room door opening, in the height of joy; like Harlequin and Columbine, as I once heard remarked and did not forget.

    Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle

  • Administrators claim to have zero tolerance of bullying, yet when bullying exists and any one victim says or writes something worrisome like, "If I had been in Columbine, I might have snapped," that kid gets snapped up by a principal or psychiatrist and silenced instead of heard; diagnosed instead of given empathy and curiosity.

    Carol Smaldino: To Mayor Bloomberg: Stop the Bullying

  • Administrators claim to have zero tolerance of bullying, yet when bullying exists and any one victim says or writes something worrisome like, "If I had been in Columbine, I might have snapped," that kid gets snapped up by a principal or psychiatrist and silenced instead of heard; diagnosed instead of given empathy and curiosity.

    Carol Smaldino: To Mayor Bloomberg: Stop the Bullying

  • That's the behavior of those dirtbags in Columbine, Virginia Tech, etc., which is how we get these zero tolerance policies in the first place.

    On Knives, School, and West Point

  • Administrators claim to have zero tolerance of bullying, yet when bullying exists and any one victim says or writes something worrisome like, "If I had been in Columbine, I might have snapped," that kid gets snapped up by a principal or psychiatrist and silenced instead of heard; diagnosed instead of given empathy and curiosity.

    Carol Smaldino: To Mayor Bloomberg: Stop the Bullying

  • That's the behavior of those dirtbags in Columbine, Virginia Tech, etc., which is how we get these zero tolerance policies in the first place.

    On Knives, School, and West Point

  • Administrators claim to have zero tolerance of bullying, yet when bullying exists and any one victim says or writes something worrisome like, "If I had been in Columbine, I might have snapped," that kid gets snapped up by a principal or psychiatrist and silenced instead of heard; diagnosed instead of given empathy and curiosity.

    Carol Smaldino: To Mayor Bloomberg: Stop the Bullying

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