Moms across the bay area are grouping together and causing quite the stir. Their group is know as MAG (Mothers Against Gravity) and there goal: no one is really sure.
The spokeslady for the group is Miss Janice Peabody from Arcadia. In an off camera interview with SRQNews.com, Peabody tells us “I’ve had it up to my neck with this gravity oppression. Schools are allowing our children to constantly have this force shoved down their throats. Don’t float here, don’t float there, it’s a disgusting practice that needs to stop. Forcing ANYTHING on our children should be illegal. Fractions, evolution, GRAVITY, they are all theories and these educators of ours think they can just replace God with a bunch of made up mumbo jumbo that no one can prove actually happened or exists.”
Peabody went on to inform us she pulled her children out of public education and is now homeschooling them. After the interview, Peabody loaded her seven children back into her ’88 wood paneled Dodge Caravan and drove home. We couldn’t help but notice the juxtaposition of fundamental Baptist bumper stickers along side the quite publicly Mormon, Mitt Romney stickers