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December 20, 2012

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Brian Sanborn

A high school teacher from one of the Genesee County (Flint, MI)school districts that were closed today and tomorrow explained to me why he was in my office today for healthcare instead of in Flint teaching. A combination of the "Mayan" influence being brought up on the social networks created such a level of guns and revolt chatter that local officials began to worry, Then the two SIMULTANEOUS high schooler texts at each of the Grand Blanc High School buildings
that reported shots fired and kids hiding caused the expected alarm from parents and police. Other than all of this social network chatter of bringing in guns and staging a revolt the only activity was the two texts.
What a lot of people outside of Flint MI got were similar stuff but they didnt put a lot of emphasis on it in other states and communities here in Michigan because FLINT holds a special place in this country. It holds the record for the highest FBI crime statistics for so many years that the FBI finally admitted that they adjust the annual figures back up by eliminating Flint statistics. So even though 14-18 year olds are capitalizing on the relative anonymity of the social networks and trying to outdo each other in the escalating word battle over not being worried about discipline since there wasnt going to be any world left after the Mayan prophecy was fulfilled, the graphic and violent nature of this social media content got the attention of school officials who like most good liberals, didnt want to accept responsibility and instead of challenging this trend by holding school, they caved BECAUSE EVERY ONE KNOWS HOW VIOLENT FLINT IS ! From this time on now, we have empowered those immature users of the fantasy world of social networks to interrupt the day to day operations of any activity, especially here in Genessee County (Flint). I suggested to that teacher from the relative safety of a different county 60 miles away, that the Grand Blanc High School pair that texted the phoney shooting in to their mothers should be forced to run a "gauntlet operated by their peers", who would in turn take the wet snow we got today and make cold snowballs and pelt them continuously as they try to run the gauntlet. Then again it would be cruel and unusual punishment I suppose, but as an ex-cop as well as a doctor I can tell you, it would have been the best day of the year as everyone got in on the gauntlet, including parents.

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