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July 18th, 2013, 11:20 AM
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I think I agree with Morgan that once these exceptions are made for peanuts, then they will for fish, eggs, wheat, whatever since allergies are becoming more and more common. Where do you draw the line.

You are right that it is just one sandwich. I admitted from the get go that I'm being irrational. I guess I just have mixed feelings.

I feel the same way about parents of kids with autoimmune problems who think my kids shouldn't be allowed at their kids school without being vaccinated. I believe that if children are in that much danger, parents need to figure out a way to keep them safe without involving the whole community. Maybe there need to be private schools for allergies, I have no idea. I don't really have a solution, I'm just not sure I believe this solution makes the most sense.
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