Ban High Capacity Dinosaurs

Student arrested for conspiracy to murder a dinosaur.

A 16-year-old Summerville High School student says he was arrested Tuesday morning and suspended after writing about killing a dinosaur using a gun.

Alex Stone said he and his classmates were told in class to write a few sentences about themselves, and a “status” as if it was a Facebook page.

Stone said in his “status” he wrote a fictional story that involved the words “gun” and “take care of business.”

“I killed my neighbor’s pet dinosaur, and, then, in the next status I said I bought the gun to take care of the business,” Stone said.

Summerville police officials say Stone’s bookbag and locker were searched on Tuesday, and a gun was not found.

High school student says he was arrested for killing dinosaur in – – Richmond, VA News

Imaginary guns are a huge threat, but did the police make any effort to track down the dinosaur?

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14 Responses to Ban High Capacity Dinosaurs

  1. au1corsair says:

    On the other hand, real threats will be ignored because police don’t like being sued or having to deal with riots. Convictions for imaginary threats are just as “real” as real threats but not risky.

  2. Mark Luhman says:

    Our education system and legal system has declined to a level of unbelievable stupidity, Oh wait a minute, it believable since both are getting filled with Liberals and Progressives. Unfortunately as one comedian put is, you can’t fix stupid. We can only hope to remove them from power, unfortunatelt I don’t see that happening anytime soon.

  3. John F. Hultquist says:

    Alex is brighter than the folks running the school!
    This made the news too:

  4. mjc says:

    Hell, just ban immagination…that would be a mercy. The slow painful death that immagination is facing makes the death of common sense look pleasant.

  5. geran says:

    Our government, powered by Progressives, is out-of-control.

  6. rah says:

    Where is free speech in the United States most stifled? Our Schools! You want to find the place where “No tolerance” applies to the first amendment go to about any public school grades K thru 12. If you want to find the place where the administrators, faculty and many if not most students are most afraid of a free and open debate on sensitive current events or subjects from “climate change” to political conservatism and the views of the Tea Party, to abortion and contraception? Go to about any University.

  7. Otter (ClimateOtter on Twitter) says:

    Steve, a friend of mine in California informed me last night that a couple of teenagers just blocks away from where he lives, were planning… well let me just copy this in:

    They arrested a couple of teens yesterday – they were posting (of course) about their plans to kill as many students, teachers and staff as they could when the school year begins.
    Thing is, they weren’t joking (besides, that’s a terrorist threat anyway) because they found on their computers that they were planning, researching tactics and weapons and while so far they didn’t have any guns (even though they would have probably just stolen them), they were tinkering with bombs.
    No prior convictions or anything.

    A town or so over.

    Why? “Just so they could be remembered”.

    • rah says:

      And arresting kids who write about shooting dinosaurs and have images of firearms on their tee shirts or nibble their pop tart in the shape of a pistol will change that? I don’t think so.

  8. ralphcramdo says:

    Growing up our favorite neighborhood game was “guns”. Our parents did make a point, time after time after time, to remind us to never point a real gun at anyone. Back then we were actually free roam kids. We walked to school, about 2 miles each way, walked to the public swimming pool, about 5 miles each way, and that took us through the city’s “skid row”. I feel sorry for kids these days.

  9. philjourdan says:

    I can see why school officials were so worried – they are dinosaurs. Now they are apparently pets as well.

  10. Bob Greene says:

    How do people this stupid get into the education system. They shouldn’t be allowed around children without strict and constant adult supervision.

  11. Jason Calley says:

    I see a tee shirt coming: “I support eugenics for Progessives”

  12. If they take this kid’s imaginary gun away, who will kill the dinosaur for those of us who are unarmed?

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