Persimmon Place Subdivision Wants to Ban Kids From Playing Outside
Monday, April 4, 2011 at 1:57 pm
Kim Scott, a board member of the homeowners association, is tired of kids playing in the parking lot and their driveways. To her extremely tight ass, this is all very dangerous. But instead of urging everyone to be more careful since there's not much space to play, she and her fellow sphincterites want to ban kids from playing outside.
Under their proposal, Persimmon Place would outlaw playing tag, skateboarding, riding Big Wheels or using any loud toys on common property. And each violation for excess noise during a Barbie tea party would carry $100 fine.
For now, the kids can play outdoors until a formal vote is taken April 27. By then, we're hoping the voices of communism and tyranny can be quelled.
See our last tale from The Sphincter People file: Brenton Peraita, 11 and Long Bullied By Classmates, Arrested for Threatening to Shoot Them.