He Could’ve Killed the Entire Planet With It

Posted on February 7, 2013 7:00 pm

In Massachusetts, a 5-year-old boy was threatened with suspension after he made a gun out of Legos.

Yes, it’s very dangerous behavior. Legos aren’t made from recycled plastic.

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9 Responses to “He Could’ve Killed the Entire Planet With It”

  1. proof says:

    Attack of the Killer Legos! He slyly takes apart the gun and gives the pieces as choking hazards to his classmates!

  2. Oppo says:

    “Lego my ego”

  3. Oppo says:

    If you have a Lego gun — you didn’t build that. Somebody else made the Legos.

    -President Insightful

  4. CarolyntheMommy says:

    Someone please remind me of this the next time I try to explain (in vain) to a liberal why money won’t solve education problems.

    Anyway the real problem with this is that the child didn’t fill out the necessary paperwork for that lego gun.

  5. CTCompromise says:

    Snap and Load, boys!”

  6. NoMoBama says:

    The superintendent told WBZ-TV’s Bill Shields they have a responsibility to make sure the children feel comfortable and not intimidated in school.

    Yes, there’s nothing intimidating about booting a 5 year old out of school for holding up a piece of plastic and saying bang.

  7. Iowa Jim says:

    That makes up my mind. I was going to buy my youngest nephew some Legos for his sixth birthday, but now I’m
    going to buy him a Glock 9 mm.

  8. 25 says:

    It gets worst. You can build a full automatic gun from LEGOs. See http://www.amazon.com/Forbidden-Lego-Models-Parents-Against/dp/1593271379

  9. Oppo says:

    This kid brought more firepower to his school than Obama and Hillary sent to the Benghazi compound.

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