Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Don't drink the water

Six female students at the same WNY high school suddenly develop Tourettes-like symptoms, characterized by involuntary motor and vocal tics. Government officials say it's common and their parents need not be concerned. Wait, could you run that last part by me again?...

LEROY, NY -- Administrators in the Leroy Central School District updated parents and students about a mysterious disorder that's affected six female high school students, causing them to exhibit symptoms similar to Tourette's Syndrome.

Tourette's Syndrome is a neurological disorder defined by involuntary motor and vocal tics.

Government experts have ruled out environmental factors as the cause of the outbreak, which means that environmental factors are most likely the cause of the outbreak.

We reached out to the Superintendent of Schools at LeRoy High School. He blinked his eyes, shrugged his shoulders, jerked his head back, shrieked loudly, and mumbled something incoherently...

Update on Tourette's-Like Illness in Leroy |



  1. If you reached out to the superintendent, you would know that HE would not shrug HIS shoulders because the superintendent is a women.

  2. Clearly you didn't get me reference to the basic symptoms of Terrette's, Copernicus. PS: You spelled woman wrong.