Three year old's name banned by school

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they'll get to see some other sign language over this. Wink

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I sincerely hope the community rallies round and kicks the

School Board's and the Principal's butt.

I assume that they think he's trying to make the motion of a handgun firing.

Oh, and not to be picky, but the fore finger and the index finger are the same thing. I think they may have meant fore finger and middle finger.


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Geezzz...what a

The sign has real meaning and direct use from one that uses it for the sole intent of what it is meant for. Now the "pseudo finger gun" is a weapon? But hey, i knew what you were thinking. -----Willy Happy

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