Robert Frost and The Road that Shoudn't Have Been Taken

Random AP Story of the Day:

"Vermont - A former home of poet Robert Frost has been vandalized, with intruders destroying dozens of items and setting fire to furniture in what police say was an underage-drinking party...Empty beer bottles and cans, plastic cups, and cellophane apparently used to hold marijuana were also found. The vandals vomited in the living room and discharged two fire extinguishers inside the building.

I like the way the kids roll in Vermont. At our high school in Kentucky, people used to get wasted at non-historic venues. I guess that's why Kentucky test scores are so low. I'm sure the Vermont kids were having a poetry study session before they found a 100-year-old bottle of scotch and things got out of hand.

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