In this first decade of the 21st century, rational adults are living a 1950s horror movie nightmare. We are surrounded by, besieged by,inundated by, zombies. That's right, zombies, what some horror flicks call the living dead. You see them every day, but you haven't made the intellectual connection with those stumbling, glassy eyed, the lights are on but nobody's home, creatures who wander around, in those old movies, with their synapses in the deep freeze.
Admittedly, our 21st century zombie isn't as easy to spot as the horror fiction dipstick who roams aimlessly with his, her, hisher, or its arms held straight out. One reason our modern zombies are hard to spot is the fact that they come in many varieties. Depending on the variety you encounter, you'll find that modern zombies are either always smiling or always scowling. There is, alas, no happy medium when it comes to 21st century zombies.
The most disturbing tidbit about 21st century zombies is the amazing fact that every single one of them volunteered to put their brains in storage. They volunteered to stumble through life as what Rush Limbaugh so cleverly put it "mind-numbed robots". They are, believe it or not, zombies by choice.
Although zombies are all the rage, in movies and television shows, this story has nothing to do with them or the so-called 'Zombie Apocalypse'. If you think this is another Obama Zombie rant, get over it. We're going to focus on a very special kind of zombie, a zombie genre that infests government cess-schools from sea to shining sea. Before we delve into THAT, we need to set the stage.
From beginning to end, life is a series of learning experiences. The quality of an individual's life is determined, in large part, by their success in meeting, then surmounting, each new challenge. In most cases, each new challenge bestows new knowledge on that individual. An individual's success in passing through life's learning experiences, relatively unscathed, depends, in part, upon the moral fiber of the individual - a character trait instilled by one's parents and family. The individual's ability to handle life's lessons also relies upon knowledge instilled in us during our formative years.
If you're a PIGster regular, you're painfully aware that compulsory government Educrap fails profoundly in its primary function: instilling certain essential knowledge in the students we foolishly entrusted to them. We're up close and personal with the crappy tests scores, the numerous side trips into irrelevant subjects and the idiots with self esteem government cess-schools keep graduating. If you think this is 'no harm, no foul', get over it. Today's high school degreed idiot with self-esteem is tomorrow's low information voter. The cess -schools' Marxist indoctrination bore bitter fruit, last November, when chad punching, low information idiots with self esteem flushed our liberty down the crapper, by giving the Red Shed Marxist four more years in the Oval Office.
As bad as that is, it gets worse, because, in an increasing number of instances, these government schools are teaching the wrong lessons. One way these educrats perpetrate this is through a government cess-school
gem called "Zero Tolerance".
To demonstrate how Zero Tolerance teaches the wrong lesson, you need to
hear the saga of a 14 year old Indiana lad named Elliot Voge. Elliot's descent into Zero Tolerance hell started while he was walking to school. After shoving his hand into his pocket, he found, to his horror, that he'd accidentally left a Swiss Army knife in his pocket. Knowing that taking a knife on Stonybrook Middle School grounds was a rule violation, Elliot mulled over his choices. Since it was too late to return home, he did what a young lad of his sterling character should do: he resolved to go to the school office, explain his innocent, unintentional, mistake, then turn the knife over to school authorities. When Elliot followed through with that plan, the Educrats rewarded his honesty and integrity with a 10 day suspension and expulsion proceedings. Thanks to the Zero Tolerance Zombies at Stonybrook, one of their best students learned the wrong lesson: honesty and integrity are for chumps; you might as well hide the truth or lie, because when the dust settles, the punishment is the same.
Zero Tolerance is popular with government cess-school Educrats because
even an intellectual flat-liner can administrate it. The task is painfully simple for these Educrat meatheads. Consulting their trusty dusty zero tolerance chart they run their finger down the list to the item they need such as "brought a knife to school". Moving their finger across to the punishment column they find "10 days suspension, start expulsion proceedings". If somebody tries to confuse this Educrat meathead with the facts, they're not interested. "He admitted his mistake and turned it in? That's not on my chart." "I don't find
anything about 'he's an outstanding student' here either. It's out of my
hands. The rules are the rules. He's gone."
Since that rat bastard murdered 20 tykes and 6 adults at Sandy Hook
Elementary in Connecticut, the zombies have been on a Zero Tolerance
rampage. Marching to the Assault Weapons phobia drumbeat pounded out by the Jackass Party and their MSM toadies, the Zero Tolerance Zombies have propelled the meaning of 'weapon' and 'threat' deep into the Twilight Zone.
Here are a handful of examples from the front lines:
Where: Logan Middle School Logan County, West Virginia
Perpetrator: Eight-grader Jared Marcum, age 14
Infraction: Wearing a shirt that displayed a hunting rifle that said “NRA PROTECT YOUR RIGHT.”
Punishment: After being sent to the principals office for refusing to remove or turn the shirt inside out by an over-zealous Zombie-tard teacher, Jared was suspended AND arrested for refusing to remove the shirt and inciting a riot. His charges? Disrupting the educational process (whatever that is) and obstructing an officer.
Aftermath: Our hero, young Jared, served a one-day suspension and returned to school not only wearing the SAME SHIRT, but to a supportive student body, some of whom wore a similar shirt.
After Jared's triumphant return, everyone on the school staff had refused to comment.
How’s that’s for Zero Tolerance back firing and biting the Zombie teacher that started the whole thing right in the ass!
PIG-Style high fives all-around for young Jared and his classmates.
Where: Hyannis West Elementary School (Mass.)
Perpetrator: Joseph Cardoza, age 5
Infraction: During an after school program, he made a 'gun' out of LEGOS. '...school officials say little Joe made the toy gun, then ran around the classroom, pointing it at other kids, and making shooting sounds.'
"It's a threat to other children and other children could have been
scared." (School principal)
Punishment: A letter warning mom that baby boy might be suspended for
"using toys inappropriately"
Where: Alice Drive Elementary, Sumter (South Carolina)
Perpetrator: Naomi McKinney, age 6
Infraction: Bringing a clear plastic gun - her brother's Airsoft gun - to class for show and tell.
Punishment: Expelled. Naomi will be charged with trespassing if she sets
foot on the school's grounds.
Where: Poston Butte High School, Tan Valley (Arizona)
Perpetrator: Daniel McClaine, Jr. (High School Freshman)
Infraction: Using a picture of a gun as the desktop background on his
school-issued computer. The picture shows an AK-47 lying on a flag, reports KNXV-TV. The gun isn't his, McClaine assured the ABC affiliate in Phoenix. He found it on the Internet and liked it, partly because he is interested in serving in the military after graduation.
Where: Mount Carmel (Pennsylvania)
Who: Unnamed kindergartner, age 5
Infraction: It happened while our heroine was waiting for the school
bus. That's when our wenchlet heroine told another girl she was going to
shoot her with her toy soap bubble gun, which she did NOT have with her.
Punishment: Instead of admitting that 'kids say silly shit', the Zero
Tolerance Zombies suspended our heroine for making a 'terrorist threat'.
A terrorist threat? Seriously? Have they lost their minds, completely?
Where: Talbot County Elementary School (Maryland)
Perpetrators: Two six year old boys
Infraction: The Educrats running Talbot County Elementary School hit the
panic button, when a gun fight erupted on school grounds, while school was in session. Heroic school officials waded into the fusillade, ending the firefight before someone got their eyes poked by the FINGER GUNS brandished by the two inmates.
Where: Mary Blair Elementary School, Loveland (Colorado)
Perpetrator: Alex Evans, age 7
Infraction: Alex Evans, of Loveland, said he was playing a make-believe
game called 'rescue the world' during recess at Mary Blair Elementary
School, which resulted in his removal from class after officials said he
broke a key rule. The second-grader explained that he tossed an
imaginary grenade into a box containing made-up forces of evil, and made
the sound 'pshhh' to indicate that the explosive had detonated. Dressed
in a camouflage shirt, [he] told the station KDVR that he did not throw
anything real or make threats against anyone, but rather he pretended to
be a hero acting bravely 'so nothing can get out and destroy the world.'
Punishment: Suspended, for violating one of the school's 'absolute'
rules which bans students from using weapons, real or imaginary.
Seeing 'gun violence' where none exists is just this year's obsession. In 2012 it was sexual harassment/assault.
Where: Southwest Middle School, Palm Bay (Florida)
Perpetrator: Nick Martinez, age 14
Infraction: Nick Martinez said he gave a quick hug to his best friend, a
female student, between classes. According to the Southwest Middle
School's student handbook, students can receive a one-day out-of-school
suspension for kissing, while students caught hugging or hand-holding are penalized with a dean's detention or suspension.
Punishment: In-school suspension - the Educrap equivalent of hockey's
Where: Sable Elementary School in Aurora (Colorado)
Perpetrator: D'Avonte Meadows, age 6
Inraction: While standing in the lunch line, he boldly, brazenly,
sexually harassed a female classmate. How, you ask, did he seal the
deal? Did he play TSA and 'grope-a-dope' the wenchlet? Nope, he uttered
the tag line from a song by the group LMFAO, "I'm sexy and I know it." At Sable Elementary, it's okay for our young hero to be sexy. It's probably okay for him to know it. BUT, it isn't okay for him to share this thrilling news with a classmate of the female persuasion. If you think this makes no sense whatsoever, don't feel like the Lone Ranger.
Where: Lupine Hills Elementary School, Hercules (California)
Perpetrator: An unnamed 6 year old lad
Infraction: An East Bay dad claims a game of tag on the playground
resulted in his 6-year-old son being accused of sexual assault – a
decision he said was an overreaction by school officials.
The parent, who asked only to be identified as Oswin, said his son was
accused of brushing his best friend's leg or groin while the two were
playing on the playground at Lupine Hills Elementary in Hercules.
Punishment: After a two-hour grilling in the principal's office, he was
suspended, and a sexual battery charge was placed on his permanent
Finger guns? Soap bubble guns? Gun-shaped LEGOs? Computer wall paper?
Imaginary hand grenades? That's what they call 'terroristic threats'?
"I'm sexy and I know it" is sexual harassment? That's off the scale
zombie behavior. We the PIGs are disgusted that these unthinking Zero
Tolerance Zombies are the 'experts' whose primary function involves
teaching our young 'uns how to THINK.
MORE ZERO TOLERANCE
Zero Tolerance Strikes Again
Source: PIG News Wire [03/16/13]
Zombies: James McGee Elementary School (Pasco, Wash.)
Perpetrator: Noah Aguirre (age 6)
Infraction: He told a female classmate about the toy Nerf guns his
family bought on a trip to Oregon. "...the girl who reported him felt
her 'health and safety were threatened'..."
Aftermath: On Monday, the district downgraded Noah's suspension to a
"disruption" after meeting with the parents.
Nevertheless, they decided to appeal the suspension, concerned that
their son was the only student punished for participating in the conversation.
On Wednesday, Superintendent Saundra Hill contacted the parents with
"After a review it was determined that no disciplinary action is warranted and all record of the incident will be expunged from the student's record," the district told the Herald in a statement.
Zero Tolerance Zombies of the Week:
Source: Golden Oinks [03/09/131
Location: Park Elementary School (Maryland)
Perpetrator: A 7 year old second grader named Josh Welch.
Infraction: While eating a strawberry tart, he tried to make it look like a mountain. It didn't work out as planned:
"All I was trying to do was turn it into a mountain but, it didn't look like a mountain really and it turned out to be a gun [kind of]," Josh told the station.
Josh, who suffers from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, said
his teacher was visibly mad when she saw that the pastry looked like a
gun, according to the report. ( Fox affiliate)
Punishment: 2-day suspension.
Zero Tolerance Zombies
Source: Golden Oinks [02/28/13]
Zombies: Genoa-Kingston Middle School (Illinois) Educrats
Targeted Inmate: Michael McIntyre (age 14)
Infraction: He wore a U.S. Marines t-shirt. So what?
Daniel McIntyre, 44, of Genoa, told FoxNews.com that his 14-year-old
son, Michael, was asked to remove the T-shirt by eighth-grade teacher
Karen Deverell during reading class at Genoa-Kingston Middle School on
Monday. Deverell, citing the school's dress code, said the garment's
interlocking rifles was problematic and had to be removed from sight,
McIntyre said. (Fox)
Punishment: Threatened with suspension, until he, reluctantly complied.
Aftershocks: Brett McPherson, the school's principal, referred questions to
Genoa-Kingston Superintendent Joe Burgess, who reiterated that the shirt
is not in violation of the district's dress policy.
"We've been accused of a lot of things, but our middle school is well-known for its support of the armed forces," Burgess told FoxNews.com. "That's why this is so disheartening to all of us."
Deverell did not inform school officials of the incident, Burgess said,
adding that McPherson would have quickly determined the shirt to be a
non-issue if consulted.