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Seems to me 90 per day is about the average number of traffic fatalities per day. I could be wrong.

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90 people... must have been a busy day. Way above the average of 30 per day in the United States....

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Of course they didn't. You saw how they hated reading about it.

Btw, nice to see you again TBR.

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Now that you have all had your chuckle, did anyone think, while reading of this, of the 90 people who died by firearm that day?

But as long as you get your bread and circuses...

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That pop tart was loaded with raspberry bullets. Those kids are all lucky to be alive.

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now we know why our childern are messd up.highly educated people who have no reality to life.there head is stuck in the box of narrow leftist ideals of what life should be.not what life is.counselling should be demanded for the tearchers,not for the childern.school boards wake up to life or retire.....BS

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A law to protect Pop-Tart guns By Michael S. Rosenwald Earlier this month, a 7-year-old boy’s nibbling got him into hot water at Park Elementary School in Anne Arundel County.

The boy nibbled a “rectangular strawberry-filled bar” — let us refer to it as a Pop-Tart — into a gun.

“Bang, bang,” he allegedly said.

“Suspended,” was the response from the principal’s office.

The case attracted attention from around the country. George Will referred to the boy, in jest, as “The Pop-Tart Terrorist.”

The boy’s father, William “B.J.” Welch, was miffed.

“It was harmless,” he said. “It was a danish.”

State Sen. J. B. Jennings (R-Baltimore, Hartford counties) apparently agrees. Late last week, he introduced legislation titled “The Reasonable School Discipline Act of 2013.”

The measure would prevent principals from suspending or expelling students who make “a hand shape or gesture resembling a gun” or bring to school “any other object that resembles a gun but serves another purpose.”

The proposed law allows suspensions or expulsions only in cases where the student uses such instruments in “a direct act of violence against another student.” Otherwise, less draconian measures — parent conferences, appropriate counseling — are called for.

“We really need to reevaluate how kids are punished,” Jennings told the Star Democrat, adding, “These kids can’t comprehend what they are doing or the ramifications of their actions.”

What do you think of the proposal?

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VA:

Yeah, that is stupidity and the principle ought to be fired for such. A 5 year old doesn't normally have the ability to understand death and this child was playing with a bubble gun...

It is generally stupidity grown by ignorance of physiology. It is why Physiology, ought to be part of the core classes from high school through college.

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I missed this one.... apparently discussing playing with a Hello Kitty bubble gun indicates you're in cahoots with Al Qaeda.

A 5-year-old girl chats up classmates while waiting for the bus after school. The topic: Playing with a Hello Kitty "bubble gun" that, with the flick of a finger, blows bubbles everywhere.

"I'll shoot you, you shoot me, and we'll all play together," the kindergartner says.

The next day, that remark -- which was made innocently, according to the lawyer for the girl's family, who related the story -- landed the young central Pennsylvanian child in the principal's office.

Soon after, she was sent home after being issued a 10-day suspension for a "terroristic threat."

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NK I guess you were a Brady Bunch kinda guy lol

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