Have a Happy “Spring Sphere” Roll!

April 12th, 2011

By Dan Miller

"Spring Sphere" Hunt in SeattleAt a Seattle public school, Easter Eggs have apparently been banished and replaced with Spring Spheres. Although this will help students to enjoy the very educational Music of the Spheres, I wonder how schools can get away with disguising harmful high cholesterol eggs as something else. Sure, these weren’t real eggs — just plastic things filled with also disgustingly fattening jellybeans — but the principle remains the same. It’s deceptive packaging and the FDA should get on the case. The Spring Spheres would almost certainly be banned at the enlightened Little Village Academy on Chicago’s West Side, but so in all likelihood would homemade deviled eggs spheres.

Could these things be related to the Easter Bunny, er Killer Rabbit, attack on Former President Carter?

Shades of Christmas Winter Solstice Past! Oh, and have a very non PC Happy Easter.

(This article was also posted at The PJ Tatler.)


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  1. Tom Carter |

    I like this, from your first link:

    “When I took them out of the bag, the teacher said, ‘Oh look, spring spheres’ and all the kids were like ‘Wow, Easter eggs.’ So they knew.”

    Just goes to show that no matter how much politically correct stupidity adults throw at them, kids know what’s what.


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