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December 22, 2012

SIGH

The Georgia Crawford County High School sophomore John George III had planned to come to school dressed as Santa. He posted on his Facebook page "Students of cchs ur in for a big surprise tomorrow ." But someone who saw the post found it threatening–and called the police.

(Thanks to jon harris)

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He probably should have worded it differently but the principal sounds like a jerk.

The world of upside down, fearful dumbasses.

Double sigh! I am stuck between both positions but know that for good or bad this grotesque incident will recede to the back of memory and Santa will return with his surprises.

I don't find the message threatening, except in the sense that the little genius who wrote it will someday be old enough to run for public office.

Key Quote: "Ploice investigated and found no cause for concern. But Crawford High School principal Mike Campbell was not convinced, saying he found the post disturbing. He had George suspended while the school investigates.

Umm... what exactly is the principal going to find that the police didn't? Though, this does sound like a new crime TV show. "CSI: PTA". Looks like some 'puts on glasses' was late for detention. YEAAAAAAAHHHHH!!!!

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