As I noted three years ago:
Joanne Jacobs writes that all too frequently these days, pushers supplying contraband are roaming the halls of American schools–who have only themselves to blame.
The contraband in question back then? Candy, which is increasingly verboten on school property. And a bag of illicit Skittles has derailed (temporarily one hopes) an eighth-grade honors student in Connecticut.
Fascinating that boomers did all sorts of really illicit substances in the 1960s, and endlessly shouted “question authority.” But now, as they approach their dotage and are the authority, they get the vapors from trivialities as silly as a bag of candy in school.
(Via Jules Crittenden.)
Update: “School clears kids in contraband candy caper“, AP reports. And the student learns a valuable lesson regarding how juvenile the alleged leftwing grown-ups running his school are.