Tags: school shit


crack/meth/skittles not allowed

i've long said we should abolish public education on the basis that it wastes more money, time, and lives than anything else. public schools aren't really schools in the classical sense; they're glorified day cares at best and temporary detention centers at worst. but at their dumbest? fuck, i don't have a sufficient metaphor for that one.

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - An eighth-grade honors student who was suspended for a day, barred from attending an honors dinner and stripped of his title as class vice president after he was caught with contraband candy in school will get his student council post back, school officials said.

i feel bad for today's youth. they have terrible music to hear, lousy games to play, horribly inept parents, useless socio-cultural institutions, and some of the most retarded school policies and attempts to regulate and "rectify" their private lives as i've ever seen. i thought it was bad back when i was in school and it was all about D.A.R.E. and G.R.E.A.T. (that's "gang resistance education and training" if you never had it, it was twice the lulz as dare was), and a slew of assorted awareness/tolerance campaigns regarding all things aids and aids-related. oh and of course racism. yeah, i thought school was really stupid back then, and it was, but today i think i'd probably not even have the gumption to clean up as a candy-drug dealer and just go straight to shooting up the school/suicide. nah, i'd do what i did back then and just plain not go until they kicked me out. i'm too lazy for anything more than that.

it's amazing, though. i remember when every school in the country seemed to be a drug-ridden gang-infested maternity ward. or maybe it was just the schools i got to attend. at any rate, i wonder what it's like at a school where all they apparently have to worry about is one fucking bag of skittles.

parents, private school. no compromises. sell that suv you don't need and stop buying unnecessary crap. put them through private school instead. they'll thank you for it later when they haven't snapped from wild collectivism gone rancid.