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Jun 03 2018

Ten-Year-Old Permanently Expelled for Bringing Party Poppers to School

Children must have been terrified into not so much as chewing a Pop Tart into a shape that vaguely resembles a gun, because totalitarian educrats have been forced to expand their zero tolerance hoplophobia to explosives. For bringing harmless party poppers to school, a 10-year-old has been permanently expelled from the Henry County School District in suburban Atlanta:

The tiny poppers fireworks, which make noise when thrown against a hard surface, are considered explosive compounds by the school’s hearing officer, who decided to expel the child, Channel 2 reported.

“He’s 10. He had no idea he was doing something wrong,” the mother, who asked to be identified only as Noelle, told the news station. …

“I can’t pop it in my hand. It doesn’t harm you. It doesn’t hurt you,” Noelle told Channel 2. “They don’t even make a spark. They just make a noise.”

However, a school spokesmartinet barks that it says right in the rule book that the punishment for bringing explosive compounds to school is permanent expulsion.

Today’s lesson: Authorities are arbitrary and insane. You might be punished for anything at any time. Keep your head down if you want to get by.

On tips from Lyle and Stormfax.




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