Feb 05 2013

Bring A Cartoon Gun To School Day?

Published by at 5:39 pm under All General Discussions

This post is not a call to toy arms. And it is not serious, it is just my knee-jerk response to blatant, rampant stupidity:

A 10-year-old Alexandria boy who brought a toy gun to school on Tuesday has been charged.

The boy, whose name is not being released, was charged as a juvenile with brandishing a weapon, police said.

That kid’s family should sue the pants off the police and school. A toy gun is not a weapon. And false arrest and false charges are against the law. Where will this insanity end? If there ever was a reason to close down public schools in favor of private schools this is it.

I am half tempted to call for a day of protest across this nation. To really push back against stupid bureaucrats. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a national ‘bring a cartoon gun to school’ day?  Could you imagine the mess as millions of kids were charged with carrying a weapon that is actually a drawing? Could you imagine what a school would be like with 90% of its kids suspended and in the court system?

Just imagine the PR disaster…..

Sadly, I would never put my kids through the trauma. But there may come a day!

Update: Forgot about this previous story – talk about stuck on stupid!

A 2nd grader has been suspended from school in Loveland for a make believe game he was playing.

The 7-year-old says he was trying to save the world. But school administrators say he broke a key rule during his pretend play.

Apparently an active imagination is now against the rules in schools. Seriously shut these moronic disasters down and give parent vouchers to go to a real institute of learning. As it is now, our kids are at serious risk of being dumbed-down, not lifted up.

5 responses so far

5 Responses to “Bring A Cartoon Gun To School Day?”

  1. […] this country possibly be any more stuck on stupid? A note to this boy for the future. If you are ever put in a real position of saving the world, […]

  2. Dave J says:

    RE the imaginary grenade in Colorado, a gent on Protein Wisdom had this comment:

    “Probably best this kid learned early, else he might have waited until adulthood to try and save the world with a wishful idea.
    Then they’d have nailed him to a tree.”

    and this from a comment at the Denver Post:

    “Just as well. He would only get an imaginary education at a place like this…”

  3. Neo says:

    After a few months of government-sponsored and media-promoted hysteria over guns, the mass roundup of toddlers and preteens wielding high capacity pointyfingers is hardly surprising.

  4. DJStrata says:

    Too late. The public education systems are already dumbing kids down. Don’t you remember how you and LJStrata taught me more while helping with my homework than I learned in school. And I’m your oldest.

  5. stevevvs says:

    In today’s world, you need to home school.