Be polite to your classmates.
Teachers at a Peoria elementary school acted quickly when a first-grader brought a gun to show and tell on Feb. 26, a school district spokesperson said.
The gun was removed from the classroom at Oasis Elementary School near Sweetwater Avenue and 78th Drive shortly after the student pulled it out of his backpack, according to Danielle Airey, a Peoria Unified School District spokesperson.
When I was in the first grade, I knew better than to go touching the damned gun.
If I had, my father might have acidentally gone off.
Practice accidental acts of politeness.
A 12-year-old girl was shot in the arm by a stray bullet Friday as she rode past a house in Orlando, police said.
A man inside the house was handling the gun when it accidentally fired, officers said. He was hit in the thigh.
“Accidentally fired.” Yeah. Another magic gun that fires itself.
And, in additional news of the polite . . . .
Police have charged Rodrigo Clima, 58, with abduction and kidnapping after they say he held two hunters at gunpoint.
Clima, a worker at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, was arrested Thursday, but police say the incident happened back in November.
Court documents obtained by Newschannel 3 show Clima’s victims were a grandfather hunting with his 11-year-old grandson on Butler Drive.
He came out of the woods and rousted them for no damn reason.
Honor thy father and thy mother, politely.
Remove unwanted guests politely.
A Seabrook optometrist has been indicted on a murder charge in the fatal shooting last year of a man who crashed a party at the doctor’s home.
Karl Edward Hormann III is accused of shooting Brandon Smith, who officials said had returned to the doctor’s home after he had been asked to leave.