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I think that team mascots should stay the same because most mascots have a meaning and a lot of history behind them, if they got rid of them it could ruin what the mascot means to them and it would cost a lot of money to build a new part of a building, paint the new mascot in places. It would also take a lot of time to create the new mascot and have it approved by the school board. It is a lot of work and money to change the mascot, there is too much to do, so why not keep it the way it is. There is too many negatives to change it.

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I agree, kids can be just as deadly with a firearm if not more deadly with a car, kids will be ready at the age of 18. They would be more mature and less reckless.

2 points

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, kids are most likely to get into an accident when they get their license because they are curious and are more timid/less smooth of a driver. Which can lead to more crashes

3 points

6.7% of teen drivers drove while distracted by an electronic device, more than twice as many drivers (15.1%) drove while engaged in other distracting activities, including adjusting controls, grooming, eating or drinking, reaching for an object inside the car, communicating with people outside of the car, turning around to see the backseat, and reading.

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