School bans snowballs

A school near me has banned kids from throwing snowballs. Oh come on, you’ve got to be kidding me. This is balls.

It reminds me of something I wrote in my book Digital Vs. Human.

‘Efficiency’ reminds me of a primary-school teacher in Norfolk, England, who closed classroom blinds so that the small children wouldn’t be distracted by snowflakes falling outside. As the poet W.H. Davies wrote: What is this life if, full of care, We have no time to stop and stare.

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One Response to School bans snowballs

  1. me says:

    hi Richard,
    oh this is Human Rights Violations. this makes unhappy life. they limit the human life for their comfort. sorry

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