PA school district's plan to thwart shooters: Buckets of rocks

But they're, like, really big rocks, so...

This is the real life. This is not fantasy...

A Pennsylvania school Superintendent has put 25 pound buckets of rocks in each classroom to defend against school shooters. David Helsel calls them ‘go buckets’ and said, “the one time I just got the idea for river stone. They are the right size for hands. You can throw them very hard... they can cause pain.” The buckets have been in place for two years now, but have only recently made Helsel internet famous.

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