Linda M Carroll, Principal Refuses To Give Back His Daughters IPhone 6 & Offers Flip Phone

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Linda M Carroll, Principal Refuses To Give Back His Daughters IPhone 6 & Offers Flip Phone Of Northeast High School

Linda M Carroll, Principal IPhone 6 Vs Flip Phone

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[Linda M Carroll, Principal Refuses To Give Back His Daughters IPhone 6 & Offers Flip Phone]

– Not you. She’s lucky. Source: LYBIO.net
– I’m lucky. I’m lucky.
– I need my phone back.
– Ok, so how do we – you saying she shouldn’t get it back. I’m saying I can’t give it back. So we at a crossroad.
– You have to give my phone back.
– I can’t.
– You have to.
– I can’t. I can’t.
– You have to.
– I can’t.

– Because this – you know, we have to secure them – they’re all secured.
– How are you securing a child while keepin’ her phone –
– Because she should pay –
– When kids getting raped and can’t even make it home.
– That ain’t got no – I just
– I need to make sure my kid gets
– I just told you – I just told you I’m just gonna give a little flip.
– That don’t make sense. You trippin’.
– I know.
– You try to keep her phone to put your own cell card in or something. That don’t even make sense. I need my phone.
– Sir, I got five degrees.
– It’s a $1,000.00 dollar phone.
– I don’t even –
– I need my cell phone.
– Like I said:
– Give me my phone.
– She – she’s – why would I want your daughters phone?
– I need my phone, ma’am.
– Why would you say that?
– Seriously, I need my phone.
– I got that. I got that. But I’m saying to you honestly, we can’t do anything about it.
– I need my phone ma’am.
– So now – I know, you keep saying that.
– I mean, the cops are on their way, so.
– And so the cop will tell you too…he’ll tell you.
– They not gonna tell you that. You know what the cops said on the phone?
– Listen to me.
– You the father and they telling you she can’t have her phone back.
– Look at me. Source: LYBIO.net
– That don’t make sense.
– Look at me. Look at me. I’m telling you –
– You don’t believe that, do you?
– I’m telling you – I deal with cops all the time.

– I need my cell phone.
– They won’t give you the phone cause it wasn’t policy.
– Please don’t touch me, I need my phone back.
– Oh you don’t wanna be touched.
– Nah, I don’t want you touch me.
– Why?
– ‘Cause you can’t touch me. Ma’am what do you mean.
– Okay fine. Fine, I won’t touch you. I won’t touch you.
– What you talking about.
– No – no, I won’t touch you. I won’t touch you.
– Alright.
– So what I’m saying to you is um…that’s our policy. Sorry that we took it and she can get it back in a few weeks.
– I need that phone back today, ma’am.
– I got she like I said.
– Seriously.
– I understand that but we can’t do it cause it’s policy.
– That’s school policy?
– It is school policy – I can show you the book if you want?
– I [don’t] need to see the book – I need to see my phone.
– Sure, the book – okay, like I say – your daughter like all other schools.
– Please. Seriously…
– We have lots of phones…your daughter knows that.
– I don’t want that flip phone you want to give me for $1,000 dollars for the iPhone 6.
– We don’t want your phone.
– I need my phone.
– We can’t give it back.
– But you will give me a flip phone, though?
– I said for some – for emergencies we always buy you a few like you said –
– Yeah…you’ll give me a flip phone, though?
– Sure if you want me too.
– I need my phone.
– But you can’t have –
– I don’t want your flip phone.
– Well you can’t have it today.
– But you’ll give me a flip phone?
– ‘Cause I’m trying to meet you half way.
– That don’t even make sense. How’you trying to bargain with my cell phone.
– I’m not bargaining with your cell phone.
– What do you mean? Who made the rules? Why would you make a rule that if you take a kids phone that the parent bought, the parent can’t get the phone back.
– She didn’t make the rules.
– I’m telling you…
[Cross Talk] Source: LYBIO.net
– Unnecessary.
– It’s alright. It’s alright.
[Cross Talk]

– Listen, listen…
– You made a rule that a parent can’t come get back the property that they bought –
– You want me to write it for you?
– They don’t make sense.
– But I can – but what I’m saying is
– They don’t make sense…
– [Inaudible] LYBIO.net
– They don’t even make sense.
– It’s in our book too, that this is the way we –
– You tweaked it. You tweaked it. You tweaked the rule.
– We can. Because we can as a principal.
– You could tweak the rule.
– Yeah.
– Go get my phone, tweak my phone.
– You’re not getting your phone but I wanna know what else –
– But you could tweak the rules though?
– ‘Cause I’m a Principal. I’m – I’m responsible for your child while she’s here.
– Exactly.
– Ok.
– And she’s here. Now if I was in your house then you could say to me what I can’t do. But when I’m in these bricks. You can’t tell me what I can do. Just like – just like me sitting at your house.
– You serious. You hear the job right? You hear this, right?
– That doesn’t mean anything.
– Mr President, you’re telling me she can tweak the rules.
– I can.
– You hear this. I don’t make sense. It doesn’t make sense.
– It doesn’t – it’s doesn’t – alright.
– It doesn’t make sense.
– Like I said I wanna talk
– What’s your name?
– Linda Carroll. Linda M Carroll.
– Linda Carroll. Linda M Carroll.
– Okay, babe.
– Linda M Carroll. Okay.
– Okay
– I show this to my lawyer Linda M Carroll.
– Okay
– Okay, Miss Carroll
– Okay. Take care.
– This is the example they trying to set for kids. Saying that
– Sir.
– You say

– You’re not trying to set an example, you don’t even want your daughter to follow rules.
– Out side this building…
– I’m willing to give you a flip phone.
– Flip phone?
– I’m gonna give you a flip phone.
– I need my daughters cell phone, ma’am.
– See, I really care about your daughters safety but you don’t feel like that.
[Dispatch]
– That makes sense though.
– [Inaudible] Source: LYBIO.net
– Wow. That makes sense. You give me a flip phone but you can’t give my property that I paid for back.
– They will give it back.
– That don’t even make sense, sir. You’re willing to give me a flip phone that you paid for but you can’t give me my property that I paid for. That don’t even make sense – I need my phone back, man.
– This is what you’ will give it back.
– You trippin’, I need my phone – seriously.
– This is what you’ will give it back.
– I need my phone back today. I don’t need no flip phone that you are willing to bargain and give me for the property that I paid for. I need my phone back. Seriously, I need my phone back. Honestly, I need my phone back. Now what y’all talkin’ about. I call the police and I call them ten times and they kept givin’ me the runarounds and now she come and talk a fly, tellin’ she give me a flip-phone but won’t give me my property that I paid for back.
– You know what you are trying to say
– That don’t even make sense – that don’t even make sense.
– I made it very clear to you
– She says she can bargain with me, she could tweak the rules that the Philadelphia School Board made, but she can’t tweak the rules and give my phone back.
– No we don’t.
– That don’t even make sense but you can give me a flip-phone.
– It’s okay you don’t figure –
– I need my phone –
– You come on and you gonna say you’re gonna do this.
– Seriously
– Until the cops come, I need my phone back.
– And then you will be ready to go. Source: L Y B I O . N E T

Linda M Carroll, Principal Refuses To Give Back His Daughters IPhone 6 & Offers Flip Phone

Linda M Carroll, Principal Refuses To Give Back His Daughters IPhone 6 & Offers Flip Phone

Linda M Carroll, Principal Refuses To Give Back His Daughters IPhone 6 & Offers Flip Phone. Now if I was in your house then you could say to me what I can’t do. But when I’m in these bricks. You can’t tell me what I can do. Complete Full Transcript, Dialogue, Remarks, Saying, Quotes, Words And Text.

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