Monday, March 01, 2010

When "South Park" And The Real World Meet...


it can't be a good thing. Matt Archbold over at Creative Minerority Report points us to a post over at Cheeky Pink Girl concerning a mandatory assembly for public school students in Racine, Wisconsin. The inmates of are shown how to substitute words for "vulgar" words. Obviously, this is intended to produce sensitivity among the inmates, I mean students.

Holy synchronicity Batman! This is right out of South Park episode 614 "Death Camp of Tolerance". Take a look a this clip where the boys are taken to the Museum of Tolerance. Why do I get the feeling that all this assembly did was teach the kids new words to insult each other with? And I bet they had to make macaroni pictures of people of all different races, colors, and sexual preferences.
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