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    Getting his club team ready for the season.
    Will he be the Needham HS coach next season?

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    Hey, what happened with the coach?
    Getting his club team ready for the season.

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    Huh??? Didn't you just do the same to keep it going? Really, it's over and done with so move on to another topic.
    Hey, what happened with the coach?

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    Tell that to the Needham parents who won't let this die. The more they continue to drag this on, the more people will talk about it here.
    Huh??? Didn't you just do the same to keep it going? Really, it's over and done with so move on to another topic.

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    One way or the other this poor horse has got to be sent to the glue factory, it can not be beat any longer. Leave it alone for god sakes, you people could argue who is right or wrong for a decade. LET THE KIDS MOVE ON.
    Tell that to the Needham parents who won't let this die. The more they continue to drag this on, the more people will talk about it here.

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    One way or the other this poor horse has got to be sent to the glue factory, it can not be beat any longer. Leave it alone for god sakes, you people could argue who is right or wrong for a decade. LET THE KIDS MOVE ON.
    Horse-glue factory I'm calling PETA.

    What happened to the coach?

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    One way or the other this poor horse has got to be sent to the glue factory, it can not be beat any longer. Leave it alone for god sakes, you people could argue who is right or wrong for a decade. LET THE KIDS MOVE ON.

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    Also, do NOT believe the clearly-biased claim by the lawyer/business partner of the coach that his daughter or any other hazed person willingly participated in this or thought that everything was okay.

    There appears to be a lot of coercion going on here and it smells very fishy.

    Simple rule of thumb --- putting a dog collar on another person is never ever a good idea. It is wrong, wrong, wrong.

    Ritualistic hazing of this sort is never okay.

    It was done on a field regularly used by the team. It is not merely a private action unrelated to the school, coach, soccer program, or school administration.

    Fumigate the program!

    That's right! Don't believe him or any of the other parents that said the same thing. Their thinking has been corrupted by their selfish need to see their daughter's play and possibly win a meaningless soccer game. They have no idea what their daughter's really felt about the incident. I mean, even if their daughters told them it was no big deal, who can believe them? They were pressured into this by manipulative seniors who have had all season to brainwash them.

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    Also, do NOT believe the clearly-biased claim by the lawyer/business partner of the coach that his daughter or any other hazed person willingly participated in this or thought that everything was okay.

    There appears to be a lot of coercion going on here and it smells very fishy.

    Simple rule of thumb --- putting a dog collar on another person is never ever a good idea. It is wrong, wrong, wrong.

    Ritualistic hazing of this sort is never okay.

    It was done on a field regularly used by the team. It is not merely a private action unrelated to the school, coach, soccer program, or school administration.

    Fumigate the program!

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    But the action must involve harassment or humiliation and if you don't feel harrassed or humiliated, how can that be hazing?
    It's a PC world and if the government tells you you should feel harrassed and humiliated, then you gotta do what the government tells you. Plain and simple. There's no gray areas, only black and white. Like the kid that brought the Lego gun to school. He broke the rule. Gotta pay the price.

    Or how 'bout the latest? The 3 year old that twice set off the scanner at the airport because she wouldn't go through without mommy Rule says, set the scanner off twice and automatic pat down. Surprised they didn't strip search the little terrorist.

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    But the action must involve harassment or humiliation and if you don't feel harrassed or humiliated, how can that be hazing?
    Do NOT pursue that law career you were thinking about.

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    Wrong again. The Patriots League does give scholarships these days.
    Not all of them do.

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    These girls were willing too. Willingness has nothing to do with it. The act of hazing was against school rules regardless of the attitude of the participants. You could bring all that up in a court of law if someone was charged with a crime, but this is simply a matter of breaking school rules against hazing.
    But the action must involve harassment or humiliation and if you don't feel harrassed or humiliated, how can that be hazing?

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    Can you be hazed if you are a willing participant? Just wondering because I understand that there was a similar incident at another school, but the participants wore the dog collar willingly.
    These girls were willing too. Willingness has nothing to do with it. The act of hazing was against school rules regardless of the attitude of the participants. You could bring all that up in a court of law if someone was charged with a crime, but this is simply a matter of breaking school rules against hazing.

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    Can you be hazed if you are a willing participant? Just wondering because I understand that there was a similar incident at another school, but the participants wore the dog collar willingly.
    How can you possibly distinguish "willing participant" from someone who was coerced or faced retribution for not being "willing". That's why there should be no gray area.

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