A 10-year-old is suspended for pointing a “level 2 lookalike firearm,” which happened to be his finger.

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Why I would never send my kids to public school: A 10-year-old is suspended for pointing “a level 2 lookalike firearm,” which happened to be his finger.

I don’t know which is stupider, suspending him for going “bang-bang” with his hand, or the school calling his hand “a level 2 lookalike firearm.”



  • wodun

    The freaky part is the Orwellian euphemism for finger.

  • Fingersoup

    Does each “evil feature” represent an increase in the firearms level? Would a level one gun be acceptable to replicate with your fingers?

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