|Bort - 2014-03-13 |
It's a shame the school board wasn't more forthright about it: "We didn't want one of our AP history teachers to throw a tantrum in public like a giant toddler." I mean, look how he handles it when the vending machines run out of Pop Tarts.
I don't know how much of a genuine threat he is, but I assume any Birther has assassin fantasies somewhere in them: if Obama is not legally qualified to be President, then wouldn't it be patriotic to "remove him from office", wink wink?
I doubt they were concerned he would do something violent, more that he would just be an asshole that needed babysitting.
I'm guessing it's more they were afraid he'd throw a tantrum at the assembly, get fired, be offered a spot working for Fox News and also sue the school for violating his first amendment rights.
it hurts my insides realizing that that is a really plausible scenario.
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-03-13 |
I wonder if this guy disagreed with the Bush Administration having people kept out of public speeches because they had bumper stickers or t-shirts that were deemed suspect?
And again with the teabaggers not getting what Communism actually is. And he's a Social Studies teacher! His unit on the cold war must include Tom Clancy books or something.
|Cena_mark - 2014-03-13 |
What really annoys me about people like this is that they were the same ones during the Bush era shouting, "You have to support the president! You may not like the president, but you have to respect him!? Are you a traitor like those Dixie Chicks!?!"
Now a few years later we liberals have a president its just the most vile disrespectful I've heard said about anybody.
Seriously, I've been keeping that tumblr "gopthedailydose" where I watch the Facebook group of the same name, and they'll regularly talk about wanting to hang the president, or how he's a gay transexual antichrist. It's insane.
what really annoys ME about this guy is that he's a social studies teacher who has absolutely no idea what discourse is.
|Binro the Heretic - 2014-03-13 |
That reporter's last name is "Yutzy".
What a living Hell grade school must have been for him.
I can only imagine. "Hey Tutzy! Are you going to be massacred by the Rwandan Hutu majority today, huh, Tutzy?"
Or maybe "Hey Oetzi, you gonna get shot in the back with an arrow while you're traveling in South Tyrol? Show us your neolithic hunting techniques, Oetzi! And you've got parasites too!"
Haha, this is too easy!
|spikestoyiu - 2014-03-13 |
"She had my pop tarts taken out of the vending machine."
A couple of things here:
1) No, I don't believe that she did. 2) You are an adult. a) Why are you relying on a vending machine for sustenance? b) If you want Pop Tarts, go to the store and buy some. c) Buying them from the vending machine is a poor financial decision. 3) This is the kind of dork that probably eats non-frosted Pop Tarts cold.
For someone who is accusing the President of being a "pussy", dude sure is acting and sounding like a fucking pussy himself right about now.
People project their worst fears about themselves on those they demonize.
Do they sell non-frosted pop-tarts in vending machines, or at all? The last time I bought non-frosted toaster tarts, they were off-brand, there was literally no Pop-Tarts brand non-frosted.
Gone Nutty! Peanut Butter has a sugar coating while Unfrosted Strawberry, Unfrosted Blueberry and Unfrosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon completely lack frosting. You might also include the sparsely frosted Oatmeal Delights Mapley Brown Sugar and Strawberry respective varieties and also Chocolate Chip.
Of course I am not accounting for any relevant previously available Pop-Tarts that may have been in circulation during this event.
I've worked in a measly two different buildings in the last fifteen years. Both had vending machines that periodically offered up Pop Tarts, and very rarely were they anything other than unfrosted strawberry or unfrosted blueberry. Once or twice they may have been brown sugar cinnamon. So I'm just assuming really.
The Navy? That might not have been frosting.
* The above was a joke based on outdated stereotyping of a particular branch of the armed services and does not reflect the actual views of the one posting it. The poster would like to note that s/he is in favor of all genders and orientations serving in the military if they so choose and should do so in an atmosphere of tolerance and camaraderie. Still... frosting. Hee-hee-hee...
|TeenerTot - 2014-03-14 |
I find it more interesting that students are asking to be removed from his class. And BTW, dipshit, it's not a two-way learning experience when you're spouting your "political views" to your students.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2014-03-14 |
I miss my weed-smoking, tweed jacket wearing high school Social Studies teacher so much. Guy was cool. The most inappropriate thing I ever remember him saying was that giving synthesizers to the British was like giving whiskey to the Indians.
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