Zero tolerance

A Maryland eighth grader was suspended for three weeks and did not get to graduate with his class in June. This was his punishment for appearing in the background of a friend’s video in which said friend held a disabled airsoft gun. The eighth grader also posed for a photo with the friend, who held him in a headlock with the fake gun pointing at his head. The picture was shared with 13 other friends on Snapchat.

Are you silently giving thanks that social media didn’t exist when you were a middle schooler? Me too. The 14-year-old boy later admitted he was trying to look like a “badass.”

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4 Responses to Zero tolerance

  1. hvlee says:

    Yeah, but back in the glorious 50’s we didn’t have cell phones to photograph our foolishness nor Facebook to post it on.

  2. NewVegasBadger says:

    Zero tolerance = Zero common sense. Always.

Play nice.