|Soviet Student, 1958|
My middle school son brought home a stack of papers to sign last night, one of which was titled Cell Phone, Electronic Device, and Network Policy:
Personal electronic devices may only be used for academic purposes under the supervision of the classroom teacher. These devices include, but are not limited to laptops, tablets, video recorders, iPods, mp3 players, digital cameras and gaming devices.
What cracks me up is the phrase not limited to.
Because for all we know, these kids are going to be asking for chips in their brains one of these days.
I know I date myself when I remember yoyos and Wacky Packs being banned from school because things were getting out of hand.