Yesterday we told you about a case involving the ACLU, Tennessee, and unfair 404 errors. Now we have video of the brave Volunteer State youngster who brought the matter to legal light:
Someone done been teachin' that boy right.
Good for him. I know I would never have had the balls to do this when I was in high school. I hope his family is very proud of him.
Posted by: Taylor | Apr 16, 2009 1:19:22 PM
Can we get this kid a full scholarship NOW?
Posted by: Jon | Apr 16, 2009 3:17:10 PM
I remember four years ago being in 10th grade and wondering why PFLAG's website was blocked at in Hanover County schools in VA. So I wonder if this is a more widespread issue than just TN.
Posted by: Harrison | Apr 16, 2009 3:17:52 PM
Hey, that was a very straightfoward (no pun intended) news report. KUDOS to that TV station and to the student!
Just like Jame Neely who, I think, singlehandedly got the Vermont legislators to vote for Marriage Equality.
Yep, I will keep sending $$ to ACLU.
Posted by: LOrionL | Apr 16, 2009 4:57:00 PM
LOrion: I actually interned at this station when I was in college. The studios are in a really cool old mansion.
Posted by: G-A-Y | Apr 16, 2009 5:19:16 PM
I drive past that same mansion a couple of times a week going to work or to the couple of bars I seem to end up at, though sometimes I take the ever more obnoxious back route.
Posted by: sam | Apr 17, 2009 4:24:26 AM
My little brother is the coolest person ever!!!! And yes, (most of) his family is very proud of him. :-D
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