Study: Nevada City Children All Above Average

Nevada City, CA — A new 10-year study conducted by the Palo Alto-based Rundex Family Foundation found that a supermajority of Nevada City children are above average. The study, sponsored by Nevada City’s for-profit Children’s Excellence Center, followed 420 children from Grass Valley and Nevada City and found that Nevada City children excelled in almost every category. In contrast, Grass Valley children trended more towards careers in either the fast food or housekeeping industries.

“Well, the data doesn’t lie,” said Rundex lead researcher Robert Colvin from his Mountain View, CA home office. “I mean, look at it: kids from Nevada City are superior to those in Grass Valley. Nevada City kids are more likely to go onto management and leadership jobs and have names like Kyle, Raegan, and various forms of the name Kayden. Grass Valley kids tend to have names like Kevin and Stacey, which aren’t normally held in high esteem in management positions. But the kids from Grass Valley will enjoy daytime television in their adulthood.”

For its part, the Grass Valley Chamber of commerce took time from its drinking calendar to criticize the study, calling it “inflammatory, biased and a fraud” and threatens to take legal action against the Children’s Excellence Center, the city council, and “every god damned parking meter on Broad Street.”

“We’re not happy about this study,” said a spokesperson for the 501(c)(3) non-profit, pro-business Make Grass Valley Great Again. “It’s defamatory and just plain mean.”

According to the Children’s Excellence Center, they were conducting a study to encourage local youth to “reach for the stars” and had no interest in libeling nearby Grass Valley.

“Our motto at the Children’s Excellence Center is ‘Do no evil. Live for the day,’ and we mean that,” said center director Katherine Lucy-Elizabeth Tatum-Stonehousefelde. “Perhaps this is a teachable moment for Grass Valley. You know, a time for introspection and reflection, which is something we encourage at our sessions. We might be open to allowing select Grass Valley kids to attend our training programs.”

Roy Riffle
Roy Rifflehttps://www.facebook.com/roy.riffle.5
Our youngest columnist, Roy Riffle gained fortune, though not necessarily fame, when at 9 years old he coined the phrase "Obey Your Thirst". Some of his smugness stems from "having read the bible and understanding the metaphors." Roy is currently the only Millennial on Gish Gallop payroll. And hopefully the last.

More from author

Related posts

Advertisment

Latest posts

Sotheby’s To Auction Off Original Prototype of MyPillow

Sotheby’s stuns with a once-in-a-lifetime auction, offering the original MyPillow prototype—purportedly stuffed with the essence of the American dream—set to redefine luxury sleep and history, one overpriced, patriotically infused bid at a time.

McDonald’s Bids Farewell to Epstein Island’s Last Golden Arches Amid Controversial Legacy

The McDonald’s on Epstein Island has shuttered its windows for good, marking the end of what the company now refers to as a "misguided adventure in international franchising." The closure comes amidst a whirlwind of controversy and a belated corporate acknowledgment that some locations, no matter how potentially profitable, are better left un-McTouched.

Bombshell Uncovered: Hunter S. Thompson’s Lost ‘Dr. Strangelove’ Audition

A recently unearthed photograph has revealed the unimaginable: Hunter S. Thompson, king of gonzo journalism, once commandeered the captain’s seat of a B-52, not in the throes of a drug-fueled fantasy, but as a contender for the iconic role in Kubrick’s 'Dr. Strangelove.' The discovery challenges everything we thought we knew about the man who lived on the edge of American sanity.