Friday, May 4, 2007

Texas High School Student Transferred for Creating CS Map of School

School board officials have decided to transfer a student in Sugar Land, Texas after it was discovered that he created a Counter-Strike map of his high school. After a search at his house turned up five (decorative?) swords, the school board labeled the situation a "level 3," which means the student "engage[d] in conduct relating to a false alarm or report (including a bomb threat) or a terroristic threat involving a public school."

Don't Make Counter-Strike Maps of your High School Fool!

I think this is an overreaction of the school board, but jeez, some kids are so clueless.

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