MLK Achievement Award 1/20/11
Our third ‘Nappy’ goes to this edjumacated jungle jig, who “done bustaid a cap in da biotches haid.” Fortunately for this Afreakan studies major, he’s a shiptar and the girl with the ventilated cranium isn’t a politically connected Heebstress. So this story will go mostly unnoticed, thanks to PC fire-fighters and the fact that any institution where Negros congregate is sure to have some “killin’-n-shit.”
Lost-Angeles Nog-Squad and school admin run with absurd tale of animated 9mm playing peek-a-boo from buy- three-dozen-wings-get-a-free-backpack, but we here at Red Robin know the score, and won’t let such Black accomplishment be swept under the rug, like so many watermelon seeds.
Suspect in Gardena High School shooting surrenders; students in classroom safe
“Ah steel caints buh-leeve Ize won dat dare Nappy, mistah po-po! Fwoo-wee! Ain’t she sometin!”
A student dressed in black surrendered to police in a dramatic end to a standoff after three fellow students were shot at Gardena High School.
TV footage showed students running out of a classroom where the alleged gunman was hiding. Police then handcuffed the student and took him away.
Some students were being moved to a secure location on campus, which remains on lockdown.
The shooting occurred about 10:30 a.m. on the campus at 1301 W. 182nd St. The alleged gunman apparently pulled the gun out of his backpack. Officials said the gun went off, with one bullet hitting several students, a source told The Times. One student was hit in the head, another in the neck. Their conditions were unknown.
It’s unclear whether the gun went off accidentally or whether the student intentionally opened fire.
[Updated at 12:28 p.m.: A school district official said two Gardena High School students were injured when a gun in a student’s backpack accidentally discharged about 10:40 a.m.
One girl was shot in the head, and is in critical condition at a hospital. The other victim, a boy, was wounded in the shoulder. According to Robert Alaniz, an LAUSD spokesman, the gun discharged when a 10th grade boy either dropped or bumped the backpack containing the weapon.]