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File this under “No good deed goes unpunished!”

Giving to the less fortunate is supposed to be a good thing, right?

Apparently not, as an eighth grade student from Weaverville Elementary School in California got punished for the dastardly act of sharing his school lunch with another student.

And you wonder why kids want out, as this video suggests:


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Kyle Bradford wasn’t hungry. Rather than throw his food away, he decided to share it with someone who appeared to be doing without. But according to the Superintendent of the school district, policy trumps charity.

For his violation of school policy, Kyle received a trip to detention. Asked if he would do it all over again, Kyle said, “Sure.”

This is a kid who might just be a Tea Party radical!


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