Don’t sing Alice Cooper in school, writes The Wine Commonsewer. You’ll be expelled.
School’s out for summer
School’s out forever
School’s been blown to pieces
Here’s Alice singing the “terrorist screed.” I note it starts with a call for choice.
TWC’s kid got in trouble for bringing a plastic replica of a rifle to school, at his teacher’s request, to serve as a prop for a boy playing Daniel Boone in the school play.
Later, in the office retrieving the offending item: Good grief, Ma’am, it’s not like someone just handed you a live grenade with the pin pulled. Handling it gingerly doesn’t make it less likely that a toy rifle is going to explode and take the admin office out with it.
Alice Cooper said he was inspired by:
…..the last three minutes of the last day of school when you’re sitting there and it’s like a slow fuse burning. If we can catch that three minutes in a song, it’s going to be so big.
Burning fuse? Oh, no.
Via Lisa Snell of Education Weak. As Mrs. TWC, she advised that bringing a toy gun to school would go badly.