During a fire drill at a middle school in Worcester, England, students aged 10 to 13 looked on in horror as “as a man appeared brandishing a gun and appeared to shoot dead Mr. Kent, their science teacher, as he ran across a field.” It was only ten minutes after the shooting that teachers revealed the whole thing to be fake. The exercise was apparently “intended to teach Year 8 pupils how to investigate, collect facts and analyse evidence.” They couldn’t have just pretended to lose the class rabbit, or something?
Seriously – WTF is this?!
Look at it. Just look at it. Surely that’s not even legal?
It’s so horrendously bad, it was named as 2008’s worst website of the year.
If you’re interested (or just want to experience the horror for yourself) in a larger version, hit this link.
Some guy on the internet has made a screencapture of the whole site – it’s fairly large, though. Hit this link.
Finally, if you want to experience the full experience for yourself, hit this link. At your own risk. I take no responsibility for what happens next.
Worst. Idea. Ever.
I’m not one to usually link to Kontraband, but this is the exception.
…is that “no one ever reads your blog”.
Ouch. What a scathing comment.
Blogs are these magical places where the author can put whatever he/she wants, whenever he/she wants. Content is purely the discretion of the blogger, and if it’s a personal blog (like this one is), then the content is usually what the blogger deems “cool”.
Anyways, just thought you should know that the worst thing you can ever say to a blogger is that no one ever reads their blog.