headermask image

header image

Az School Suspends 13-Year-Old Boy for Drawing Gun…drawings don’t kill, only artists kill…or some such.

Hmmm….now school officials are threatened by drawings. Reason number 2,300 to homeschool. I honestly do not know how I would react to this sort of idiocy were it directed towards my children, but I am betting I would not remain calm. My son at this time has 1 toy Winchester, 3 or 4 toy colts, the cool chrome colored ones, that only Walmart sells because Toys R Pansies doesn’t sell toy guns, and he cannot wait to hit 10 to go shoot my Garand

Picture of M1 Garand

and stainless .45 GI.

Keeps asking me if he is big enough. Let him and my 2 girls hold the GARAND after I finished cleaning it and they thought, just like I did, woooo coooooooool. hehe. Bad influence is what I am.

When I was in school drawing weapons was cool…hell drawing was cool, big ass cars with outsized blowers, bad ass looking space weapons, battles…hell I just remembered I used to draw all these fine ass battles with tanks, aircraft and soldiers galore. Sheesh I would probably have the SWAT team called out on my ass these days.

School pansies teaching our children how to be just like them. Well that is just dandy…we are involved in an existential war and our schools are doing their best to weed out anyone with balls. Perfect. Next thing you know we will have to register our drawings. Somebody fire these clowns before they do more damage.

UPDATED: Hot Air comes to the party…

Link to FOXNews.com – Arizona School Suspends 13-Year-Old Boy for Drawing Gun – Local News | News Articles | National News | US News

Technorati tags: , , ,

If you liked my post, feel free to subscribe to my rss feeds

Stumble It!

7 Comments so far (Add 1 more)

  1. My 13 year old nephew is heading to sniper school for sure, he’s an incredible shot. Makes me proud to know I’ve taught him everything he knows so you should be proud of your wife, if she’s anything like mine it’s probably all you have left ;-)

    My better half is scared to even touch the bullets, she thinks they’ll explode in her hand or something

    1. rob on September 6th, 2007 at
  2. hehe getting ready to build a SMLE. Shhh don’t tell the warden.

    Did I mention that the first time I took my wife to the range she out shot me. She downed all 5 of ten steel plates from 25 yards after shooting only three clips practice against paper targets. This was the first time in her life she had ever touched a gun. Guess I should be happy about being such a good teacher. 8-)

    Was shocked that she had never seen a weapon up close.

    2. Pierre Legrand on September 6th, 2007 at
  3. Hell yeah! I’d love one myself but for those draconian laws I mentioned….

    Everything I’ve read about them says they are a very fine rifle. I’ve got an old SMLE myself and it’s still my favourite.

    3. rob on September 5th, 2007 at
  4. Rob I get your point but man is my Garand cooooool….

    4. Pierre Legrand on September 5th, 2007 at
  5. Michelle, I grew up on a farm in a country where the guns laws would be considered draconian by Pierre and was safely shooting high power rifles unsupervised at 13. Also at 13 I was in an Army Cadet program where I was also regually firing M-16s, SLRs and GPMGs.

    My 2 nephews have also learnt to use my firearms both correctly and safely with me by thier side. In my experience the sooner you drill proper weapon handling into kids heads the sooner they become a tool instead of something cool and desirable.

    5. rob on September 5th, 2007 at
  6. Dad kept loaded guns in the house at all times. Weapon in the car was always loaded and ready to shoot. Only dumb boys play with loaded weapons. This boy was taught to respect weapons from the very beginning. They can learn.

    6. Pierre Legrand on August 23rd, 2007 at
  7. Ten year old children, especially boys, believe they are immortal and do all sorts of dangerous things – making those guns so attractive is a terrible road to destruction. You cannot be there to supervise 24 hours a day. Even if they are safely locked away, do you want to advertise to every thief in town that you have expensive guns in your house?

    7. Michelle on August 23rd, 2007 at