t wasn't too long after the superintendent said, "Amen," that several members of the graduating class came down with a raging case of microaggressions.
The near-hysterical snowflakes hollered about being offended and demanded an apology.
"I came there to graduate, not go to church. It kind of ruined the rest of my night," Preston Schaeffer whined to the newspaper. "That was the last night of my high school experience and he chose to talk about religion instead of graduation."
Oh, the humanity of it all. The nation weeps with you, gentle snowflakes.
"The fact that he put his rights over our rights, it really offended a lot of us," student Ashlynn Bradley told the newspaper.
Story is here.
This graphically illustrates the deplorable condition of many young kids today who were taught to believe that the world revolves around them. After school - IF they graduate as many seem to become perpetual students as long as the money holds out - reality will hit hard.
He who works his land will have abundant food, but the one who chases fantasies will have his fill of poverty (Proverbs 28:19)