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Dangerous minds

November 13th, 2002 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Things are just getting out of hand in Augusta, Georgia:

After four bomb threats and three evacuations at an Augusta Wal-Mart, police tracked down their “man”: a fourth-grader at Barton Chapel Elementary School.

The 11-year-old boy, who is accused of disrupting the store on Deans Bridge Road with repeated bomb threats, may have been upset after store managers moved his mother from a day shift to a night shift, Richmond County Sheriff’s Maj. Ken Autry said.

The boy got the idea from a school library book, the major said. Police traced his final call.

Well, that’s an easy problem to fix. We need to ban books. Or at least school libraries. Any moron knows putting books around kids is just asking for trouble.

Maybe the D.A. will ask for the kid to be tried as an adult. Good thing Georgia has the death penalty. Fry the kid and the author of the book which gave him the idea! And maybe the school librarian too, just to be on the safe side.

That’ll learn ’em.

(Obscure Store once again provides the gas that makes my motor go.)

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