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Tuesday, May 03, 2005
[Media Source*] (Hat Tip: Michelle Malkin, Pundit Guy)
ELMA - A local woman went 'through the roof' when a deputy took his anti-drug message to high school. She says he showed students how to make methamphetamines, and she has the video to prove it.
Grays Harbor County sheriff's deputy shows class, "And the reaction will start occurring down there and start bubbling up."
It is part chemistry class and part drug enforcement as a member of the Grays Harbor drug task force talks to Elma High School students about making Methamphetamine. Deputy shows class: "Then you'll have a little bit down at the bottom, the white stuff, and that's your meth."
And you wonder why people are homeschooling their kids?
One parent considers it a recipe for disaster.
"I was really upset when my daughter had come home and said 'mom we learned how to make meth today in school,' " said parent Teresa McCutcheon. "My jaw just kind of dropped and I said, 'what?' "
There are probably better things to teach kids about in school than how to make drugs. Sex would be better to talk about with students (although not recommended before a certain age). I think if I ever have kids, going to public school will probably be a big "no no" for me.
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Im not suprized if they go for home schooling..nice article...
You may with to read the original source, a story in the Aberdeen, WA Daily World:
Looks like Mommy's more interested in getting a free trip to the big city and being on TV.
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