Unclear whether kid said 'Jehova' or ... Ow! Stop that! A daycare teacher in Forrest City, Arkansas, had a really smart idea to teach a four-year-old boy that you shouldn't throw rocks: Have other kids throw rocks at the little boy! In the April incident, a teacher at "Teach N Tend Daycare" (motto: "More the Latter, Honestly") had apparently just had it with the kids throwing rocks on the playground, and got innovative. Unfortunately for the daycare and the teacher, another teacher took video on her phone, and went to the police:
Perhaps they think this shows progress and restraint. I mean, it wasn't that long ago that people who threw rocks in Amerca got shot. Which practice has spread to the Middle East. Also, if it's good enough for the Holly Land, then it should be good enough for God fearin' people anywhere. Unless it's your kid, then that shit has to stop.
School is just a day care for responsible adults who don't want to take the kids to the pain clinic with them.
You guys are just so fuckin' literary'n'shit.
What word? "Whole world" or "insane"?
The only thing that stops a bad kid throwing rocks is a good kid throwing rocks.
How much you wanna bet this kid doesn't have anyone at home to protect him.
I would have been bereft had a "Lottery" reference not made it in here. Day. Made.
Allow me to put in a word for Arkansas where I was raised by caring liberal people. Not everyone there is awful. Many, perhaps most, Arkansans are wonderful. It is a poor state and can be backward in important ways. The current all-Republicans-all-the-damn-time is not helping. But the people can be pretty great. Sure we have Tom Cotton, but we also had William Fulbright. Okay, and Orville Faubus. Better stop before I make the wrong argument here.
Is your avatar an Israel/Palestine Tide Pod?
It was probably a circular stone-throwing squad.
I read about this on another news site yesterday, and I refuse to watch the video for fear that my head would explode from too much angry profanity trying to get out of my mouth all at the same time.
Good thing the kid didn't make fun of a fanatical preacher for being bald headed. (See 2 Kings 2:23–24)
I didn't watch the whole video, but did the Fox affiliate blame it on the Muslims?
So it sounds like the last three paragraphs of the article.
They taste delicious, and they're less filling.