Clarification

From last post- I’m not sure if this student is really some great designer or not. My biggest issue with the handling of this situation is that if the kid says, “this is not a bomb, it’s a clock,” and then the administration investigates, and it is a clock, then they can’t say that this was a “bomb hoax.”

A hoax would require some form of deception. If he said what was in the pencil box, and what he said was true, it was not a hoax.

I hope that clears up my stance on that.

Thank you for reading this post.

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