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Re: Blizzard


You'd think a quick taste would confirm what was in the bag really fast 
wouldn't you?? Did this never dawn on them to find out?

Theresa

Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

>>Your photos are great.  I can almost pretend I'm there.  Snow angels anyone?
>>    
>>
>
>Although if you're in Illinois, you'd better go shovel that snow fast.  
>Don't want to get a felony conviction!
>
>>From http://cbs2chicago.com/topstories/local_story_042233323.html
>
>   Police in Aurora have confirmed that a 12-year-old boy who said he
>   brought powdered sugar to school for a science project last week has
>   been charged with a felony for possessing a look-alike drug.
>
>   The sixth grade student at Waldo Middle School in Aurora also
>   was suspended for two weeks from school after showing the bag
>   of powdered sugar to his friends.
>
>   The boy, who is not being identified because he is a juvenile,
>   said two other boys asked if the bag contained cocaine after he
>   showed it to them in the bathroom Wednesday morning. The boy's
>   mother said he told them it did, but then added, "just kidding."
>
>   Aurora police arrested the boy after a custodian at the school
>   reported the boy's comments. The youngster was taken to the
>   police station and detained before being released to his parents
>   that afternoon.
>
>It struck me as so asinine that I just had to share.  :)
>
>Chris
>
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