Monday, June 3, 2013

School Days

Thanks so much to my blogging buddy One Bad Pixie for sending me this text book story of See Jane, See Jane spill punch, See Sue punch Jane, see Johnny's hammer, See Johnny hammer Sue...... Yeppers folks it appears more than just a kindergarten cop was needed in Cleveland on Friday during the kindergarten graduation ceremonies when an all out brawl started over some spilled punch. Two teenage girls started hittin' each other, then their families joined in, one participant pulled out a pipe and another whipped out a hammer. Adults were fightin' adults and juvies were fightin' juvies. Instead of night school, they had themselves some fight school.

I'm takin' an educated guess here and sayin' the 3 R's taught at Michael R. White Elementary School are reading, riting and rioting. Wonder if anyone involved was on the honor roll or even the teacher's pet? Well, at least they won't have to read a book over the summer, 'cause more than 8 people got booked for aggravated rioting instead.

So folks, let this be a lesson learned. If ya can't ring the school bell, at least ya can ring someone else's bell.  Obviously, the class valedictorian NEVAH goes down without a fight!!!

Story: Here

23 comments:

  1. Where the in world did the hammer and pipe come from?? Do people actually carry them in their purses and pockets? All I can picture is an "Is that a hammer in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?" moment.

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  2. Any one to go to a graduation with a hammer, deserves to be chucked in the slammer.

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  3. I thought only Thor carried a hammer around....

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  4. It looks like those kindergartners just graduated to the real world. "Here's your diploma: now realize that the world is full of shitty people."

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  5. Who brings a freaking pipe to a kindergarten graduation? What the hell?

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  6. Those poor kids with the fighting parents!!

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  7. who brings a pipe to a kindergarten graduation?

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  8. I don't remember my kindergarten graduation or if I had one, but these poor kids won't ever be able to forget theirs.

    xoRobyn

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    1. We just took naps in kindergarten, And people wonder how I missed 1st grade.

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  9. >blink blink<

    Too bad I didn't know you back when some government guy got disciplined for farting at work. Seriously. Maybe I still have the link somewhere...?

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  10. What...?? Do people just have hammers and pipes handy? Where? In their pocket, purse..? WTH?

    I can't believe people would behave like this in front of small children. What a bunch of morons.

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  11. What is wrong with these people? Good grief. I loved your take on it tho!

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  12. Those Amish can get soooo out of control.

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  13. Just more confirmation that there are way too many whack jobs interbreeding in this world....

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  14. Did you see the news clips of this bunch of yoohoos. Seriously scary bunch. And this was a kindergarten graduation. God only knows how the senior high kids fight during commencement. Must require body bags.

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  15. I feel bad for the kindergarteners, what a memory, and oh yeah, your sister started a riot!

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  16. Wow what is wrong with these people and with the world?
    http://mommysrambles.blogspot.com/2013/06/mommy-mondays.html

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  17. Wow, and this was in a kindergarten graduation? Jeez, what do they do for high school, pistols at twenty paces?

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  18. Who brings those with them anywhere?

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  19. Wife: "Come on Johnny, let's go. Babe, are you ready? We need to go or we're going to be late for Johnny's Graduation!!!"

    Husband: "OK, hang on just a sec. Lemme grab my Hammer!"

    Are you freakin' kidding me??? SMH!!!

    Have a great week, Slu

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  20. That's crazy. First of all, this happened at a kindergarten graduation? Really parents? And the hammer and pipe that were in attendance? What the hell people?!

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  21. I'm glad you could use it. When I read it I thought of your blog. Who else could execute such a well worded post about insanity at it's finest.

    I feel bad for the kids. They will never forget this. Ever.

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