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Not AIBU but very funny..boy suspended for terroism

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NotaStatistic Sun 01-Feb-15 21:54:52

www.polygon.com/2015/2/1/7960307/fourth-grader-suspended-lord-of-the-rings

I know it's in America but it's so outrageous lol

BigRedBall Sun 01-Feb-15 22:00:03

He was also suspended for calling a black classmate black and bringing in a picture of a pregnant woman grin. I bet the HT is a
N out of touch 70 year old who doesn't know /understand the power of social media grin.

NotaStatistic Sun 01-Feb-15 22:04:10

I think that because it's texas it may be a an ultra religious school. Very amusing though

Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Sun 01-Feb-15 22:06:14

Terrorism FFS. It's to the point where kids can't play.
When my dd was little her and her friends used to pretend to be fairies and make the boys "disappear!.
Does that make her a terrorist. !!!!!

NotaStatistic Sun 01-Feb-15 22:13:50

I guess that according to this school it does

VivaLeBeaver Sun 01-Feb-15 22:19:23

Suspended four times in six months!

I'd either be finding a new school or a decent psychiatrist.

NotaStatistic Sun 01-Feb-15 22:21:17

Psychiatrist for the head teacher maybe

VivaLeBeaver Sun 01-Feb-15 22:30:48

Well if the kid doesn't need one then the head does!

mrsfuzzy Sun 01-Feb-15 22:36:20

absolutely brilliant this one, oh, and rainbow sheep don't exist either ! may be my step grand daughter will get kicked out of play group for saying that !

MidniteScribbler Sun 01-Feb-15 23:45:30

I'm willing to bet that there is waaaay more to this story.

FightOrFlight Mon 02-Feb-15 00:05:33

"I assure you my son lacks the magical powers necessary to threaten his friend's existence," Steward told the News.

grin

Alya81 Mon 02-Feb-15 05:29:38

Suspended for calling a black classmate black? confused

Pagwatch Mon 02-Feb-15 06:23:39

The comments underneath are bloody brilliant.

SconeRhymesWithGone Mon 02-Feb-15 06:35:38

It's a public (state) school, OP, so it can't be religious, ultra or otherwise.

GoodbyeToAllOfThat Mon 02-Feb-15 06:41:35

I loved the reader comments.

"Taking the school’s premise seriously for a second, why is invisibility unsafe?"

GoodbyeToAllOfThat Mon 02-Feb-15 06:42:14

I'm willing to bet that there is waaaay more to this story.
Yes.

ProudAS Mon 02-Feb-15 06:43:59

I frequently got death threats at school - wouldn't have minded seeing the perpetrators expelled.

Downside is I probably said I could/would kill somebody at some juncture.

NotaStatistic Mon 02-Feb-15 13:45:53

Death threats are one thing but playing make believe is something completely different

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