Josh is five, and the day before his kindergarten graduation he and some buddies found a pocket knife under a bush on their way to school. He stuck it in his backpack, thought better of it, and left the knife in a park.
His principal got wind of the "incident" and suspended him for having intended to bring the knife to school.
Principal Chris Lineberry of Queen Creek, Arizona then spent the rest of the day wiggling around, trying to evade blame for a stupid act of biblical scale. He finally relented, apologized, and allowed as how Josh could go ahead and graduate with this class.
We send our kids to school so that they may sit at the feet of wise educators, don't we?
(Another H/T to GMA John.)