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A glimpse into crazyville . . .
In their never-ending quest for safe spaces some grade schools in America have begun banning traditional childhood games like Musical Chairs and Duck, Duck, Goose, according to the hosts of ABC’s “The View.”
“Schools have started banning games like Musical Chairs – can you believe it – and Duck, Duck, Goose… Because the focus on getting rid of the weakest link makes kids feel left out,” Joy Behar said.
One of the hosts chimed in calling the ban a “good idea” and added that Musical Chairs is a game for “mean kids.” Her sentiment wasn’t all shared by the panel, and the discussion took on a life of its own.
The ban left some of the members on the generally-liberal daytime talk show dumbfounded.
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