Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Pranks and How far to go.

Two stories in this mornings new broadcast involve teenagers and their actions.  The first story was about kids throwing rocks off an overpass in New Hampshire.  Was it just a couple of kids having fun? Or were these kids acting as I suspect maliciously.  I remember when I was a kid there was a commercial about kids breaking car antennas off. One of the kids then gets into a car with his father and asks to listen to the baseball game on the radio. Nothing but static, and when the kid looks back at the antennae it is gone.  Moral of the story your actions have consequences so think before you act.  Now what had one of the cars that was hit by a rock contained the Mother of one of the kids throwing rocks. What if that Mother is seriously injured and the kid found out about it when he got home.  HOW WOULD HE FEEL???
The second story was about the Senior Class prank at the Brockton Senior High School.  The Senior Class President was arrested for disturbing the peace and resisting arrest after participating in the big end of the year prank. The prank apparently was to trash the school cafeteria.  What makes these student think it is OK for these kids to trash the cafeteria and that it would be funny.

Pranks are supposed to be harmless.  No one is supposed to get hurt or in trouble.
Pass it on.  Someone teach the kids or stop and think of what they are doing.

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