Where did bong hits for Jesus come from?

Where did bong hits for Jesus come from?

The phrase “Bong Hits 4 Jesus” came to life as a 15-foot banner, which Joseph Fredericks, a senior at the high school in Juneau, Alaska, unfurled directly across from the school entrance as a parade passed by bearing the Olympic torch for the 2002 Olympics.

What is Bong Hits for Jesus mean?

But lawyers, like English majors, are trained to make meaning where ordinary people see only nonsense, and while the banner sounds more like it comes straight out of “South Park,” the Chief Justice has ruled that you can’t say “Bong hits 4 Jesus” in school because that means “I want you to use drugs.”

What happened in Bong Hits for Jesus?

In 2002, Juneau-Douglas High School principal Deborah Morse suspended Joseph Frederick after he displayed a banner reading “BONG HiTS 4 JESUS” [sic] across the street from the school during the 2002 Winter Olympics torch relay. Frederick sued, claiming his constitutional rights to free speech were violated.

When was Bong Hits for Jesus?

January 24, 2002
Joseph Frederick, a senior at Juneau-Douglas High School, held up a banner saying: “Bong Hits 4 Jesus” during the Olympic Torch Relay through Juneau, Alaska on January 24, 2002. Frederick’s attendance at the event was part of a school-supervised activity.

What are bong hits?

Filters. The inhalation of marijuana smoke through a bong. Jim took such a big bong hit that he coughed for a whole minute. noun.

What is the Tinker test?

The substantial disruption test is the major standard developed by the U.S. Supreme Court in its seminal student speech K-12 decision Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District (1969) meant to determine when public school officials may discipline students for their expression.

What is a bong hit?

How do you take the perfect bong rip?

Taking A Rip To smoke a bong, you have to light the herb/tobacco while inhaling and then remove the bowl in order to clear the chamber. You should wait until the smoke reaches your mouth before removing the bowl.

Can you go to jail for hate speech in the US?

The United States does not have hate speech laws, since the U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled that laws criminalizing hate speech violate the guarantee to freedom of speech contained in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.