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10.07.2008

Mock Execution Fun

Link The confusing part is that some of the student body objected but the principal defended it. Those wacky Texans. But those Decatur cheerleaders might want to reconsider the live sacrifice of a bull which they have planned. (Joking, of course. Unless it is planned. Then I'm all for it in the name of controversy.)

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hate to change the subject, but I just got back to the office. During lunch break I saw policemen, firemen and EMS people around town, what struck me as funny is they were all fat. Not just fat but very fat. Is there not some sort of policy that these people should stay physically fit?

Jarhead said...

It's the video games.

Anonymous said...

This isn't as bad as the other skit to the "I kissed a girl" song? Make love, not war, man!

Anonymous said...

So the "I kissed a girl" routine was condemned by the school administration (and probably enjoyed by the students), and this execution skit was criticized by students, but defended by their school administration. I'm confused, but entertained! [I do realize we're talking about different schools, though.]

Anonymous said...

Must be a very Conservative school to have that kind of mindset, or maybe wishful thinking. Conservatives love execution. Maybe when the world becomes the Conservative Republican Dream, (like Mad Max movies, and maybe it is getting a little closer) there will be such a thing as hobby executions. CONSERVATIVES RULE!!!! Everyone they can.

Anonymous said...

I hope those Compassinate Conservatives don't get teary eyed. This is what Conservatives live for! I don't think Wordkyle was involved in this one. But one can never be sure, with the Conservative Railroad and all....
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