Parkland Kids: From the New Voice and Hope for the Future to Clown Show and Tantrums.

This is happening just now:

Parkland Kids: INVESTIGATE TH SHOOTING! WE WANT THINGS TO CHANGE SO IT NEVER HAPPENS AGAIN!

(Investigation is done, changes are made, people are reassigned)

Parkland Kids: WE DON’T LIKE THE CHANGES! BRING BACK THE WAY THINGS WERE!

And for a moment, you almost get mad, but then remember it is Broward County and pretty much shrug it off. In America, if high school sheep want to end up as Friday’s lamb chop special to a crazy killer, they get to be it.

PS: According to other sources, the protest began with the teachers who resent their buddies got reassigned. Mind you nobody is fired, but still they are raising shit.

To this date, not one single individual connected with the screw up that led to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has been fired. They have either allowed to resign and retire, got reassigned and the majority has not even been chided.

Right now, some other deranged kid is happy that Broward County’s hunting preserves for the criminally insane (A.K.A. schools) are maintaining the same level of security and organization. Mad Killers love soft targets.

4 Replies to “Parkland Kids: From the New Voice and Hope for the Future to Clown Show and Tantrums.”

  1. When they said “do something” they meant elect Democrats, punish law abiding gun owners, and blame the NRA some more. They didn’t mean actually hold anybody on their side of the political aisle accountable for anything.

  2. Parkland “Kids”: We run the school, and if you won’t let us, we’ll take our ball and go home.

    P.S. I never understood the concept that if you dislike something at school you walk out of the classroom in protest. If that were acceptable I know some kids who would walk out permanently. Doesn’t hurt the teachers or administrators, they have fewer trouble makers to deal with during the walkout. Hurts the students that want to learn and hurts the parents. Just my $0.02.

  3. About a hundred years ago when I was in school, if you walked out, you got expelled. There was no appeal, and no county committee that overruled the school. They tossed you out, and sayonara! If you were still wanting to go to school, you had to go somewhere else. If they would take you. If I was a teacher today I would try to get a job doing something else.

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