Snowflake Univ Issues Hockey Pucks to Fight Possible School Shooters

In the never-ending parade of absurd neo-lib nuttiness, an institute for higher learning in the Wolverine State will be arming teachers and staff in case of a crazed shooter scenario.

However, the goombas calling the shots as Oakland University in suburban Detroit won’t be issuing handguns, long guns, flame throwers, Claymore mines, or even Claymore swords.

No, these geniuses will be handing out nearly a thousand hockey pucks to OU professors.

To add to the overall stupidity of this decision, the Chief of Police for OU approves of fighting firearms with a half-pound of Vulcanized rubber.

Hockey been berry, berry bad to Chico Escuela Terry Sawchuck.

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Detroit: Near riot at free toy give-away

You pull a knife, I’ll pull a (toy) gun…

What was your first clue… the word “free” or “give-away”?

In a city that’s been on the Democrat Plantation for well over a half century (the last Republican mayor was in 1962), Detroit has gone from being an industrial powerhouse of nearly 2 million people to a 4th World dung heap that’s seen the population drop by 60 percent.

Small wonder that when any given populous is use to free stuff, and it fails to materialize, things turn violent.

Welcome to Detoit.
Welcome to Detoit.

As reported by Detroit’s WDIV;

Large crowds, fights and a woman arrested for pulling a knife — none are normally synonymous with a toy giveaway.

But Saturday on Detroit’s west side, hundreds, if not thousands, gathered for free Christmas toys.

Police had to be called in because, at times, the crowds were unruly.

“People were fighting over toys, so they shut the door,” one person said.



It was likely a first for any kind of toy giveaway, crowds so large Detroit police had to step in, and those trying to get toys, at times, getting out of control.

Saturday night’s toy giveaway is part of a program called Toys Making I.M.P.A.C.T.S. For months, those in need could register for free toys for their children, and when the doors opened at Tower Center Mall on Grand River Avenue at 4 p.m., close to 6,000 children were signed up.

And more families who didn’t sign up showed up.