Government Gone Wild @ GCSU

NB:  This report is a little late, but we still wanted to share it with you!

GCSU YAL members

The week after spring break, the YAL chapter at Georgia College and State University decided to stop and frisk random strangers on campus. Unlike the TSA, we asked for consent first. Most people said “no” because they don’t like getting felt up by strangers. Who knew? We asked people to remove their shoelaces because they were a “safety hazard” (because you can strangle someone with them). They claimed that was absurd reasoning. Of course, imitating TSA officers, we simply claimed that it was in their best interest.

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