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    Well, with so many comments about how funny it is, and how he didn't deserve a suspension - it is no wonder that kids are turning out like they are.

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    Truthfully I think it's disgusting! If that was my child I would be mortified with his behavior.. I don't care if you don't like a person you can't just throw things at them, it's not the done thing and at his age he knows right from wrong, hell my 4 yo has better manners than that. I don't think suspension is the correct way to go about it as it only works if there are strict parents at home to deal with it and these days it's not uncommon for both parents to be working. Internal suspension is a better idea as they are monitored, in a school situation and isolated which is a better punishment/discipline for such rude and childish behavior. Where did he learn his values?! I certainly don't like the woman and her ideas but even animals don't deserve to have things thrown at them regardless of the object.


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    I will admit. Part of me though omfg laugh snort laugh but then I thought even further and I can admit it was quite disrespectful and very rude and I definitely wouldn't like it done to me.
    2 weeks suspension is plenty though

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    It really depends on what the parents do about it as to whether the 2 weeks of school is a punishment or a reward. If it were my child that threw the sandwich they'd be grounded for a start, no TV or any "fun time" for the 2 weeks. They'd be doing all their work they should have done in school plus extra work and chores around the house. I think throwing a sandwich at ANYONE is extremely disrespectful. I mean I hate Tony Abbott but there's no way I'd throw something at him or encourage my child to do so. I think that they would have been better off forcing the child to do community service or something then 2 weeks suspension though as I said before depending on the parents 2 weeks suspension can be a reward especially if they don't care what the child does and they stay at home playing video games all day.

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