First it's smooth river rocks rocks in schools - buckets of them. Now it's bats. No, not the ones in the belfry, and not the baseball kind either. The little mini-bats, in case someone might get hurt with a big one. Oh, and locked up, to make doubly sure no one gets hurt by one.
Mini-Bat Safe Graphic Created From Public Domain Clip Art
Does working for a school district, or at least being in a position of authority in a school district automatically turn people into abject idiots such as Millcreek Township School District Superintendent William Hall, or is it something they work really hard at to become? Surely they must be putting forth effort at something, since apparently they don't have enough real work to do.
Or perhaps someone put some dope (or dopiness) in the water supply up there in Pennsylvania. No telling what those anti-liberty yankees up north are smoking or snorting in the privacy of their school offices. Please, don't move South!
"District officials told the media outlet they spent $1,800 on the bats, saying they were mostly symbolic — but could be used if needed."
Yeah, because schools are so awash in tax-payer money that they need $1,800 symbolic solutions. That'll show a school shooter they mean business.
Don't bring a bat to a gunfight. Especially don't bring a locked up baby bat to a gunfight. That could get you killed. Actually, it would be the stupidity of it that got you killed. Wait Mr. Shooter, let me just unlock my file cabinet here - now take that!
It just occurred to me they could use the bats to knock the rocks at a mass shooter. I hope when one of the PA school superintendents suggests this, he will give me credit for the idea.