Published by Radical Rag 1.
Via Mustang Bobby
Shades of the 1960's, some high school students in Florida have started an underground paper to tweak the nose of their school system and some of their follies. In this day and age, though, it's a blog called The Rag, a throwback to the good old days of student unrest.
A QUICK ANNOUNCEMENT...
HEY SCHOOL OFFICIALS, THE RAG CAN'T BE BOUGHT, BLACKMAILED OR FOOLED, GOOD LUCK AND ENJOY STALKING STUDENTS AND SEARCHING YOUR COMPUTERS.
The publishers of The Rag have been threatened with disciplinary action and suspension, although I'm not sure on what grounds the school system has for making their case. Perhaps the ACLU would have something to say about it.
It takes me back to the time when I was in high school and a few friends tried to start an underground paper at my school in 1969. It was called The Clenched Foot and they ran it off on a mimeograph. It was supposed to take satirical swipes at our school and teachers, but much to our chagrin, the administrators loved it. It folded after two issues. Better luck to these guys.
Awesome. All I have to say. But look at more via Wikipedia