Public Housemaids Regulate Kickball and Freeze TagFriday, April 22, 2011
In the People’s Republic of Bloomberg, new state laws are regulating the activities in day camps. The Health Department created a list of “risky” recreational activities, and any camp programs that offer “two or more organized recreational activities – with at least one of them on the risky list – is deemed a summer camp and subject to state regulation.” State regulation means these programs will have to pay $200 extortion fees to the state, and they will also have to pay to provide a medical staff in the case of “medical emergencies.”
The activities logged on the “risky” list are limited to the more brutal, gladiator-like sports such as wiffle ball, kickball, dodgeball, freeze tag, red rover, and capture the flag. On the right side of the page, take the poll that asks the question, “Do you agree with the Health Department that Wiffle Ball, kickball and Red Rover are dangerous?” When I checked, 83% said yes. Don’t wonder why we have the government we (most of us) deserve.
Additionally, in the same week, the mainstream press is running numerous articles on those death traps known as cribs. Puffy bumpers, pillows and blankets, low-hanging mobiles, quilts, and assorted stuffed animals are now labeled as potential child killers. Reading these two articles (“Keeping Up With Kid-Safety Advice” and “When a Cuddly Crib Puts the Baby in Danger“) makes one realize that America has become a wasteland of functional retards who have become unhinged on “safety” issues. Laying your baby down for the night has been turned into a spectacle for the thinking impaired. The obsession with safety has gone viral, and it seems to me that the CDC, along with Big Pharma, can perhaps come up with a vaccination for this to prevent the spread of sickness?
Thanks to James Nellis for the tip on the New York lunacy.