Freedom of Comment

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Freedom of Comment Well as being part of a group I really haven’t been part of something that was a big group that was really important, but I have been part of athletic competitions and being part of a team is the same as a group. With that being said there was a problem we had on a team trip concerning alcohol and underage drinking. While this situation occurred I had told some of my fellow teammates that I don’t think this is a good idea and I named some of the consequences why. Such as, getting kicked of the team, being arrested and ruining your chances of playing college ball, and or getting suspended from High School. When I had addressed this to my teammates
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Unformatted text preview: they said and thought the opposite of what I was thinking. What happened afterwards was their mistake for not taking what I said into consideration because they definitely got suspended for a few games and was not allowed to go to the all-star game. How this affects them is their chances for playing college ball was really slim to where mine were never changed. If I dont agree with something I will speak my mind and sometimes you have to and sometimes people wont listen, but thats the way it goes sometimes. Truth hurts....
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