Student At Lakeridge High Hospitalize...

Student At Lakeridge High Hospitalized By Choke Hold

There are 3 comments on the K103 story from Sep 16, 2008, titled Student At Lakeridge High Hospitalized By Choke Hold. In it, K103 reports that:

Two good friends at Lakeridge High in Lake Oswego were apparently playing "The Pass Out Game"... and one of them collapsed to the floor Tuesday.

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Witness

Portland, OR

#1 Sep 17, 2008
Sooo terrifying....i was there in the caffiteria...and they ussaly rough house but i never thought hed pass out....
Question

Salem, OR

#2 Sep 21, 2008
Yes, it's terrifying. And I'm NOT trying to minimize the importance of this issue, but I have a question:
The previous poster is in high school. Where did they learn to spell "cafeteria" and "usually"? Is this the current product of a high school education?
Who Cares

Canby, OR

#3 Sep 25, 2008
Just stupid kid crap. Back in the day "Pass Out" was a drinking game more stupid kid crap.

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