Finding punishment to fit crime
One time in grade school, several of my classmates and I got detention for a snowball fight at recess.
Back then, Franklin Elementary School detention consisted of having to sit in a classroom during lunch period and the recess that followed.
I’ll never forget one of my comrades commenting when the supervisor left the room during our detention, “You know this isn’t so bad. We get to eat at our desks instead of crammed in those tables in the lunchroom, and I don’t have anyone spitting in my food when they are trying to talk.”
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