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Friday, June 04, 2010

Cunning plan somehow ends in failure

In Columbia, 18 teenagers were arrested after they allegedly sneaked into their high school after midnight Thursday and tried to fill the school's office with 2,000 balloons, the Tribune reports. Luckily, they're still going to get graduate. I can't imagine how their cunning plan failed. I mean, it should be very easy for a group of 18 people -- most of whom, I going to presume, were giggling -- to infiltrate a building that's the object of recurring police patrols. It's just like "Ocean's 11," if the cast were made up entirely of slow readers.

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