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(LBC 97.3)   No Florida tag in two days? Blasphemous   ( divider line
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2006-10-21 07:33:04 PM  
you realize what this is going to do the the next week of submissions?
d23 [BareFark]
2006-10-21 07:35:47 PM  
Collier County Schools do not allow students over the age of 21 to attend high schoo.

They don't allow crappy TV reporters to attend, either.
2006-10-21 07:50:26 PM  
submitter: No Florida tag in two days? Blasphemous

Ah, the trials and tribulations of a liter.
2006-10-21 09:36:56 PM  
d23: They don't allow crappy TV reporters to attend, either.

TV reporters are people who wanted to become journalists, but failed the writing portion of journalism school.

/newspaper journalist
2006-10-21 10:57:00 PM  
30-year-old old to get high school diploma

2006-10-21 10:58:38 PM  
He was only there to stop the students from licking toads.
2006-10-21 10:59:23 PM  
How the f*ck can a 30-year-old pass for a high school student?
2006-10-21 11:08:06 PM  
You would think the acid-washed jeans and sports jacket would have given him away.
2006-10-21 11:09:47 PM  
Fark somehow missed the story about a student at an Orlando high school killing another student with a pocket knife.

Over a girl.

/used to live directly across the street from the school
2006-10-21 11:12:26 PM  

WB dramas have been pulling that off for years...
2006-10-21 11:31:18 PM  
This story is worthless without pics.
2006-10-21 11:58:50 PM  
The calm before the storm. Florida is obviously saving up for a big one.

I'd keep your eyes open and your head down, because here she comes.
2006-10-22 12:04:17 AM  
"That's what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age."
2006-10-22 12:21:23 AM  
He played on the high school's soccer team.
/And (technically) their football team.
//I hate
2006-10-22 12:30:53 AM  
How the f*ck can a 30-year-old pass for a high school student?

Clearly you never watched "21 Jump Street" or the episode
of family guy with Lando Griffin.

/So painfully 80's. . . .
2006-10-22 12:42:21 AM  
Trying to blend in, unavailable for comment.
2006-10-22 01:50:50 AM  
Why couldn't the guy get himself a fake ID? Is it that hard to get a fake ID?
2006-10-22 02:49:44 AM  
I'm going to go out on a limb and say Television Journalism is way more prestigious than print journalism.

Okay, I'm not really going out on a limb, I've worked in print. I've seen the dingy offices of three newspapers and asked myself what the f I was doing there.
2006-10-22 10:42:03 AM  
Wasn't Henry Winkler like 32 when he was the fonz?
2006-10-22 08:13:56 PM  

That's what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age.

/can't believe someone didn't post this yet

2006-10-23 12:03:33 AM  
I think its more because the stupidity has to reach a new hieght to make fark and still be in Florida. The typical stupid crap keeps happening but can't make the grade because we've seen it before. Now it is more than possible for the retarded swamp dwellars, dixiecrats, miami wannabes, cubanos and snowbirds to mix into something new and stupid at anytime and make fark again but the chances of it being random and new + having that extra level of florida stupid are going to become rarer and rarer.
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