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surferguy

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  1. A tie is like kissing your sister. Now, if my sister looked like Kristy or Laurel, hmm?
  2. The issue here isn't bringing PBJ to school for chow. It is asking all parents that they no longer purchase any product that may contain a peanut by product. Being considerate of someone elses allergies by not bringing Mr. Peanut to school for show and tell is different than reinventing your purchasing habits.Schlzm I reread the original post and I don't see where the parents were asked not to purchase any product that may contain a peanut byproduct. Did I miss it somewhere? I believe the parents were asked to check products/food that would be sent to school to make sure it did not contain
  3. The issue here isn't bringing PBJ to school for chow. It is asking all parents that they no longer purchase any product that may contain a peanut by product. Being considerate of someone elses allergies by not bringing Mr. Peanut to school for show and tell is different than reinventing your purchasing habits.Schlzm Lessee....People are allergic to second hand smoke so we can't smoke anywhere anymore. Peanut allergies are getting popular so we can't have peanuts in airplanes and schools anymore. The incidence of alergic reactions to cat dander is on the rise so we can't have cat's anymore. Pe
  4. The issue here isn't bringing PBJ to school for chow. It is asking all parents that they no longer purchase any product that may contain a peanut by product. Being considerate of someone elses allergies by not bringing Mr. Peanut to school for show and tell is different than reinventing your purchasing habits.Schlzm Lessee....People are allergic to second hand smoke so we can't smoke anywhere anymore. Peanut allergies are getting popular so we can't have peanuts in airplanes and schools anymore. The incidence of alergic reactions to cat dander is on the rise so we can't have cat's anymore. Pe
  5. The issue here isn't bringing PBJ to school for chow. It is asking all parents that they no longer purchase any product that may contain a peanut by product. Being considerate of someone elses allergies by not bringing Mr. Peanut to school for show and tell is different than reinventing your purchasing habits.Schlzm I reread the original post and I don't see where the parents were asked not to purchase any product that may contain a peanut byproduct. Did I miss it somewhere? I believe the parents were asked to check products/food that would be sent to school to make sure it did not contain
  6. I laugh when I read the hardships created by not allowing a P&J sandwich at school. Come on people, use some imagination. Pack a sandwich with one of a million different fillings add some fruit and/or cheese, water bottle, juice box etc. etc. My kids are 10 and 12 and they have never been allowed peanut products at school. They have adapted perfectly. If they want peanut butter, they have it as an evening/weekend snack/meal. We are talking about a serious situation that could result in the DEATH of a child. Any parent must understand that if we can prevent the DEATH of a child by su
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