µ-Blog – Too long to tweet, too short to call a real post
So this really happened today at my daughter's school, Madison High School in San Diego. Apparently, there was a threat posted on social media. The school system determined that this was *not* a credible threat, but increased security/police presence was put in place at three schools including Madison as a precaution. Then at Madison, a fire alarm went off due to burned microwave popcorn. Now, according to my daughter, only about half of the students left their classes, because "I don't want to get shot by a motherf*cker." At this point, can we as a society just admit that we have a gun problem and that the solution to that problem is *not* more guns.