As a substitute teacher there were days when I'd have a difficult class and when I went to the lunchroom nearly all the regular teachers were saying their classes had also been unusually difficult that day.
When that happened it was almost always either when a storm was brewing or there would be a full moon that night.
I don't remember noticing the same correlation with my own children's behavior as a parent, but it might have happened. It's easier to notice a pattern involving dozens or hundreds of kids than with only a few.
Anyway, I'm sure ominous weather and full moons do influence children's behavior.
I wonder if those things influence adults as well?
If I were a scientist I might research the number of crimes occurring at those times and compare them with the crime rates on other days, but I'm not a scientist and I'm too lazy to do that research.
I've seen some superstitious explanations for kids' behavior being influenced by things in the sky, but I believe the behavior changes are due to the change in air pressure or gravitational pull. Perhaps children are more susceptible to those things than adults.
Did any of you watch the meteor shower last night?
I wonder if that had any influence on the behavior of children.
Of course if more kids misbehave today it might just be because they stayed up past their bedtimes to watch the falling stars.