Kid Trades ADD Medication For Cheez-Its. Redefines Drug Game

Posted: June 19, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

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Click On Detroit-  A high school student was expelled for selling his ADD medication to another student in exchange for bags of Cheez-It crackers.

The Courthouse News Service reports that the 15-year-old former student at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy in St. Charles, Illinois was expelled after getting caught selling the medication. The student’s mother claims the expulsion was illegal and she has filed a lawsuit.

She contends that while he did receive payments for his prescription medication in the form of crackers, chips and a very small amount of cash, he actually sold the meds to “to help his fellow student do better in school.” She also claims that his behavior was “likely a manifestation of his disability.”

The students mother is also seeking an injunction prohibiting the school from expelling her son because of his disability.

I gotta say, I love this move.  Selling your personal prescription drugs for straight cash homey is as dead as Bin Laden.  Trading said meds for snacks is a good idea, but the choice in snack is what makes it great.  If the trade was for Ritz or Triscuits, it wouldn’t be fair.  Hell, even Cheese Nips are clearly inferior.  But I imagine you can get that same good sensation from Cheez Its that you can get from the ADD medication.

Here is a quick rundown of snacks I would trade meds for:

  1. Dunkaroos
  2. Gushers
  3. Double Stuf Oreos (no chance I do it for single stuf though)
  4. Doritos (Nacho cheese.  Mayyyybe Cool Ranch if I was in the mood)
  5. Entenmann’s chocolate frosted donuts

I guess this kid never saw this Simpsons episode.

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