Pennsylvania girl, 5, suspended for threatening to shoot girl with pink toy gun that blows soapy bubbles. tru TV needs to come up with a new show titled “World’s Dumbest Teachers.” They evidently will have no shortage of material.

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Neo-7 January 19, 2013 at 9:08 am

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Lets not be to harsh . For all we know , it might have been , Obama forbid, an assault bubble maker .—- Libtards

PsychoDad January 19, 2013 at 9:20 am

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Sounds like the teacher needs her ass kicked, how’s that for a terroristic threat?

StrinaM January 19, 2013 at 9:54 am

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BAN BUBBLES!!!!

poppajoe49 January 20, 2013 at 7:33 am

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You can’t do that, we have a bottle of catnip bubbles that our cats love!

Not so silent January 19, 2013 at 10:42 am

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Jesus, that means Lawrence Welk would have been arrested as a terrorist…..

CO2Insanity January 19, 2013 at 10:50 am

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I keep waiting for “Child pops bubblegum in class – Arrested for terrorist bombing.”

Elrond Hubbard January 19, 2013 at 2:30 pm

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These bubble guns are dangerous, just press the trigger and hundreds of bubbles can be made in less than a minute, filling a kindergarten class with dangerous hilarity and childish cries of delight.

poppajoe49 January 20, 2013 at 7:36 am

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The kid didn’t even have the toy with her when she made the “threat”!
BTW, can someone tell me just how much damage these bubbles do?
Are they to be considered WMDs?

flashingscotsman January 20, 2013 at 8:42 am

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Only if the bubble reservoir is high capacity.

sa_rose January 21, 2013 at 5:58 am

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BEYOND STUPID! You know, when I was a kid (lo these many years ago) every kid on the block had some kind of toy gun, some with caps to make them more “realistic.” We watched “violent” cartoons, shoot ‘em up movies and I don’t remember hearing about mass murder in schools every few days. Another unintended consequence? Perhaps children NEED to work out their (normal) violent fantasies in a safe environment in order to develop normal brain function. Just a thought.

Not so silent January 21, 2013 at 11:39 am

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Mighty right Rose….I too played Army, Cowboys and Indians, Cops and Robbers…I also played baseball, football, went sledding int he winter, had snowball fights, rode my bike everywhere and not once have I thought about being a mass murderer…Of course there were no video games to help with my physco training. I can remember hunting gophers with my .22 at around 12 years old, duck hunting with my dad, deer hunting when I got older, My dad always told me you shoot only what you can eat, I found out what he meant when I shot a crow for shits and grins and he made my mother cook it..god that was awful. I watched the roadrunner and Wylie Coyote, Bugs and Daffy and again that never gave me the thought to hit someone with an anvil or a hammer or blow them up with dynamite…I remember seeing rifles in the back windows of pickups at high school. The other farm kids drove to school, and nobody ever said a thing, nobody got shot either. We always have a “varmint” rifle for gophers, skunks, and other animals. I had Horses, a cow, cats, dogs and never once did I think about hurting them..but then again I didn’t have the internet for instructional videos on how to torture animals and your school pals…and the only zombies I ever saw were in “Night of the Living Dead” at the drive in theater….(Which I did sneak into in the trunk of a car a few times)

It was nothing to see kids in the park playing with toy guns, chasing each other, and at the end of the day we all went home for a root beer float…. Nowadays kids get instructional videos on how to kill, rob, talk trash, be disrespectful, steal cars and no bad decisions have consequences..The parents are always right there to proclaim innocence for their “wonderful child”..In my day you did wrong, you got grounded, or at worst an ass whooping. You learned not to repeat the same mistake twice, today you get a group hug and told that you are special….teachers want you to rat out your parents, and I have arguments all the time with “educators” who believe they have more rights than parents when it comes to children…It’s amazing any of them make it to adulthood with the life lessons they get today…

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