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Do you follow women's sports (collegiate and/or professional)?
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740 Votes

Do you follow women's sports (collegiate and/or professional)?

Yes, so good!

3

No, I don't really

4

Yes, so good!

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Gigi McAtee
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Gigi McAtee

Because women need to support women’s sports!

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Larry Ewart
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Larry Ewart

I enjoy watching them because they are team oriented and do not bring attention to themselves.

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Michael Miller
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Michael Miller

Duck women's basketball.

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No, I don't really

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k san
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k san

No, but I don't follow men's sports either.

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JohnWayne Kenneth Pool
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JohnWayne Kenneth Pool

I only watch football, professional more often than collegiate, and, occasionally, track and field.

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Louise Baker
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Louise Baker

Not interested Prefer men’s sports

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Do you agree with Mt.View High School's response to the break in and vandalism?
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1,163 Votes

Do you agree with Mt.View High School's response to the break in and vandalism?

Yes

4

No

6

Yes

4 Comments
Eric Chandler
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Eric Chandler

Only if they knew who did it!

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Eric Chandler
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Eric Chandler

Only if they knew who did it!

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Wesley Zeller
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Wesley Zeller

play stupid games win stupid prizes

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Kathy Lininger
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Kathy Lininger

Students should behave with more maturity, have respect for other's property, at 17 or 18, they should know RIGHT from WRONG. I feel sorry for the other students' loss of celebration for their accomplishments because of the few individual's lack of common sense and respect...

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Latterdaysaint
Latterdaysaint

The whole graduating class shouldn't be punished!

No

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Collin Stoll
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Collin Stoll

The punishment of cancelling the events for the rest of the school was punitive and Orwellien. This collective punishment is reminiscent of the PRC or the CCP not the USA. Shame!

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Matthew Hardman
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Matthew Hardman

Should of not punished all students, 20 kids should pay for the senior BBQ and not be allowed to show. I do agree with lowering the charge from a felony.

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Joel Hoffman
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Joel Hoffman

These kids couldn't celebrate 8th grade promotion because of Covid, now they missed out on another normal tradition like the assembly to recognize the hard work of a majority of students. Bend Lapine prides itself of equity of all students yet the life skills kids didn't get that equity.

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SirScoots
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SirScoots

not harsh enough. They wont learn from this weak charge

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

Those responsible should be punished not everyone

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Should Oregon revisit its public indecency laws?
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466 Votes

Should Oregon revisit its public indecency laws?

Yes

4

No

7

Yes

4 Comments
Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

Arouse or not they should be arrested for public indecency

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m
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m

How dare poeple not give a damn about kids. When I was a kid you would get cited or arrested for indecent exposure. Enough with this lunacy way of thinking, other people besides naked people have rights too you all.

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John Hardy
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John Hardy

I support self expression, but public nudity could create opportunities for perverts to harm others. I am especially concerned about children walking around nude with strangers nearby.

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No

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Kathi McDonald
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Kathi McDonald

The word indecent is self explanatory! It's there for a reason and no one wants to see other peoples private parts! Keep it behind closed doors in your PRIVATE HOMES!

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steven
steven

Did you understand the question?

John Moore
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John Moore

As long as they are not engaging in immoral activities then they should be able to wear what they want, even if they don't want to wear anything. I do believe that even a first time event of anything sexual in public should involve a serious sentence. Rights shouldn't be revoked because of feelings

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Melissa Howiler
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Melissa Howiler

All over some nekid lady cmon GET REAL

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Tim Tengesdal
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Tim Tengesdal

Very few people look better without clothes, and I don't want to see it. However, based on history and human behavior, there is no better way to make it popular than to make it illegal. Alcohol prohibition and banning assault rifles are good examples.

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Gayle Stamler
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Gayle Stamler

As usual, people who most vocally proclaim their own freedoms are the first to object to freedom for others.

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Don L
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Don L

I can do what I want on my property without repercussion

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