Apr 16 2010
It’s a fairly typical question for a school newspaper to impose on its students, “If you could be famous for anything, what would you be famous for?” It’s a way of asking about their goals and dreams and what they hope to accomplish in life after graduation.
Well in Spokane Valley, the kids have a different set of goals. Their responses?
“Killing someone famous”
“Having an affair with the President”
“Dropping a nuke on the Middle East”
“Being leader of the KKK”
And since administrators don’t read the paper before it’s published, these all went to print, which is why you’re reading this story now. They’re now investigating whether this was some elaborate prank, or if they’ve really got a batch of messed up kids on their hands.
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