Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Childhood banned elementary school

In an effort to completely remove any aspect childhood from her elementary school, Principal Gaylene Heppe has banned tag and touch football from recess because…someone might get hurt.

Have we gone completely in-fucking-sane?

How far do these baby boomer morons intend to go before they give up on their attempts to remove all risk from daily life?

How wimpy are kids becoming because mom and dad hover over them, protecting them from the very stumbles that will make them stronger adults?

Here’s how wimpy:

Another Willett parent, Celeste D'Elia, said her son feels safer because of the rule. "I've witnessed enough near collisions,'' she said.

What she means is her son regularly got his ass kicked while playing tag and is happy that the kids can no longer make fun of him for that.

She’s right. Now he’ll get crucified daily, deservedly so, because he “feels safer” now that tag has been banned.

Any bets he wears a helmet on the playground?

I’m so damned sick and tired of these candy-assed pussies and their I-want-to-live-forever bullshit encroaching on the lives of kids that aren’t even theirs.

Screw up your own little brats, would ‘ya. Leave the rest alone.

I suggest we separate kids into two groupd: tag players and wussies.

While the tag players are running around the playground, the wussies can hunker down in the classroom, dressed bubble wrap suits, listening to their Leftist teacher read “Suzie, her two mommies and the very playful, that is.”

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