Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Apparently, They Start'Em Young In Sun Devil Country

Posted By on Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 12:30 PM

I'm always near the front of the line when it comes to finding opportunities to make fun of those freaks upstanding young folks from Tempe Normal, a.k.a., Arizona State University. But this is just too much.

A photo surfaced over the weekend of a bunch of ASU fans holding a toddler (in just a shirt and a diaper, no less) up to the nozzle of a keg, likely during tailgate time prior to Saturday's game against Utah. See the report from a Phoenix TV station for yourselves: (UPDATE: Looks like the video's no longer available on the Fox 10 site. We'll keep looking for it.)

Whether it's staged or not — the kid's mouth is ON the nozzle, by the way — doesn't really matter, except in terms of the possibility of any sort of child abuse charges that could come from it. What does matter is that this is a school that many of your kids want to go to. In fact, the photo participants might have gone there.

Says a lot about a school, don't it?

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