So you’re at your folk’s house for Christmas or Hanukkah and you guys all finished opening presents and now are moving into the coffee-and-relax portion of the night. But people are excited to play with their new stuff, and it’s not that easy. It’s never that easy. Especially if your kid is the one hammering you to get their new toy operational.
“Bug-out bags” are kits people make to survive in the wilderness for a couple of days. They have little items you need to survive the elements, and if there’s one element you need to survive for the next week, it’s holiday family gift exchanges. Also, bear attacks.
Fourth-grader Quentin Ferrer had this backpack, right? You’d like it, I’d like it – hell, it’s a rad backpack. But problem is, this backpack has the above graphic on it, and when you’re in fourth grade, it kind of draws attention to you.
So, read the link below for the blow-by-blow details of the story, but basically, the school told him he can’t have it. Quentin’s father disagrees and says the school district’s dress code is too vague, so how was anyone to know it’s inappropriate to have a woman with a loose bra strap on a fourth-grader’s backpack?