Monday, June 18, 2007


Kilmer Middle School, near Fairfax, VA., has banned all physical contact. No patting your buddies on the back. No high fiving. No handholding.

All touching is banned – against the rules!

Hal Beaulieu, a student at the school, committed the crime of putting his arm around his girlfriend sitting at a lunch table one day a few months ago, and it landed him a trip to the school office. A school security officer actually spotted the little thug engaged in the commission of the crime and turned the teenager over to officials. Are you believing this?!? He was warned a third infraction could lead to in school suspension or detention. (Or water boarding?)

No tag or contact sports on the premises.

School officials said the girl (victim) didn’t complain and they have no reason to think the hug from the offender was unwelcome.

The rule is conveyed to the students in this way: “NO PHYSICAL CONTACT!!!!!” Apparently it took five exclamation points to get the point across.

Handshakes – banned.

Deborah Hernandez, Kilmer’s principal (and Chief Commandant apparently) said that students should have personal space protected and that many lack the maturity to understand what is acceptable or welcome. And in the culturally diverse school, families might have different views of what’s appropriate. Diversity is good, diversity isn’t good…I’m so confused again!

Is there any doubt the PC police are out of control? What are we doing to our children? Yikes!

I guess having sex with your teacher is out of the question in Fairfax. Well, that’s one place…

On “On The Record with Greta Van Susteren,” Kathy Hilton said that her daughter, Paris, told her on Fathers Day that she considers her Jail stay a “real time out.” And then “very close” family friend, Julie Araskog talked about how “pretty Paris looked in jail.” I shit you not!


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