sticks and stones or do we really need to worry about what our kids hear?

2 Responses to “sticks and stones or do we really need to worry about what our kids hear?”

  1. April 15, 2011 at 8:09 AM

    OK, yesterday turned out to be quite a day for anyone interested in civil rights based on race or sexual orientation.

    First, I couldn’t get through a single sports broadcast without hearing someone complain that Barry Bonds was only convicted because he’s black.

    And then, I find out that if you call someone a faggot, you get fined $100,000.00


    Does anyone else wonder what impact this is having on our kids?

    This is going to trump everything else and take center stage on the show tomorrow morning so let me know what you think.


    Coach Tony

  2. 2 Joe Monroe
    April 15, 2011 at 10:28 AM

    it provides a open door policy for student athletes to act as they wish.
    It make our jobs as coaches and admistrators much more difficult. In Ct. we are working extremely hard
    on sportsmanship with parents and student Athletes.

    Pro athletes need to be accountable for there actions. They are role models weather they like it or not!

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