The Nameless

Bad news on the Stephen Colbert Elementary front. In their meeting tonight, the Madison School Board voted to amend the naming process from the former "MMSD schools are named for a prominent local figure (city or state), a prominent national figure, or a locally significant geographical site, or a place of local significance," to now only consider deceased figures.
In short, the Madison School Board hates freedom.

It appears we are now left at an impasse. We need to find a suitable [deceased] replacement or we'll end up with someone like that New York shyster Shirley Abrahmamson, or that union agitator Paul Olson. The Board of Education will also allow ideas and concepts, along with deceased prominent figures. Online submissions should start again soon, so before then, let's hear some ideas!


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