a root beer kegger

Kudos to Dustin Zebro for proving that not everything is what it seems with teenagers.

High school officials suspended some friends of Dustin because the officials saw pictures of them drinking from red plastic cups.  Where there are red plastic cups at a teen party, there must be alcohol.  So, Dustin did what any other kid would do to prove a point.

He held a keg party.  With root beer.

There were teenagers.  There was loud music.  There was a keg.  There were lots of cars.  There were drinking games.

And there were cops.  Cops who stood outside and used a loud-speaker to tell kids they were going to tow their cars for blocking the road.  The kids came streaming out of the house.  The cops went in and searched the house in case any kids might be hiding.

Almost 90 breathalyzer tests were given and no one failed.  No one.  Yet this was a loud, rowdy, teen drinking party.  There was a keg.  There must have been drinking!

The excuse for testing every kid is that the public would have been against the police if just one kid had been drinking alcohol and got into an accident.  In other words, they knew it was a waste of time but wanted to cover their butts.

The school superintendent didn’t return reporters calls regarding the incident.

I sense embarrassment on the parts of everyone but those 90 or so kids who proved not everything is as it seems, and teens can have a rowdy good time without alcohol.

We need more of these types of teens.  I commend them for the point they proved.

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8 Responses to a root beer kegger

  1. jenny says:

    I love this! These kids are brilliant!

  2. Brenda says:

    LMAO Why didn’t we think of that when we were kids? hehehe Great!

    • Seashell says:

      I was too much of a goody-two-shoes to have alcohol at a party at my parents house. It was an awesome idea. A root beer kegger. Makes me want to have one now!

  3. melsar93 says:

    This is pure genius. These kids get to be the rebels by being the responsible level headed ones.

    It’s just Awesome. Awe. Some.

  4. I love this!

    I had a party at my house like this on New Years. Lots of noise, but no alcohol. Pomegranate seltzer ended up being the most popular drink. I think people drank around ten large bottles of it. Sober parties are the best (though, admittedly, I’ve never been to one where people were drinking). I don’t know about all of you, but I like remembering what I did and not making careless decisions.

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