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2012-03-08 01:41:23 PM

Badafuco: I was here to point out it is HIPAA not HIPPA. I see it was covered. Unlike your pre-existing condition.


I see you are pulling your health insurance knowledge card. Nice.
 
2012-03-08 01:51:22 PM
I don't get why people are making a big deal about the age and grade. Far as I'm aware there is no law mandating what grade a person has to be in at what age.


/in my experience average HS graduation age is 17-19 and that is without anyone being held back or moved forward
 
2012-03-08 01:56:07 PM
Well, unfortunately, that's how people tend to perceive you when you're:

1. 15 years old and still in Elementary School (which probably means she was held back *twice*).

2. In Elementary School and pregnant.

In all seriousness, the American high-school curriculum is so ludicrously easy that I have in me not a single shred of understanding or compassion for someone who managed to fail it TWICE. I mean, in order to pull that off, you pretty much have to be actively trying to fail.

I propose the following nick-names for the girl in the article:

Sluttyslutty Emptyhead

Retardo the Cock-Hungry Cumdumpster
 
2012-03-08 02:00:33 PM

AbortionsForAll: Well, unfortunately, that's how people tend to perceive you when you're:

1. 15 years old and still in Elementary School (which probably means she was held back *twice*).

2. In Elementary School and pregnant.

In all seriousness, the American high-school curriculum is so ludicrously easy that I have in me not a single shred of understanding or compassion for someone who managed to fail it TWICE. I mean, in order to pull that off, you pretty much have to be actively trying to fail.

I propose the following nick-names for the girl in the article:

Sluttyslutty Emptyhead

Retardo the Cock-Hungry Cumdumpster


Sad that your superior academic prowess has not made you anything more than a second rate troll on Fark, bless your heart!
 
2012-03-08 02:02:34 PM

DirtyDeadGhostofEbenezerCooke: AbortionsForAll: Well, unfortunately, that's how people tend to perceive you when you're:

1. 15 years old and still in Elementary School (which probably means she was held back *twice*).

2. In Elementary School and pregnant.

In all seriousness, the American high-school curriculum is so ludicrously easy that I have in me not a single shred of understanding or compassion for someone who managed to fail it TWICE. I mean, in order to pull that off, you pretty much have to be actively trying to fail.

I propose the following nick-names for the girl in the article:

Sluttyslutty Emptyhead

Retardo the Cock-Hungry Cumdumpster

Sad that your superior academic prowess has not made you anything more than a second rate troll on Fark, bless your heart!


Well we can't all strive to get knocked up and fail a retard-level educational curriculum not once, but twice (all before high-school).
 
2012-03-08 02:11:00 PM

lackadaisicalfreakshow: So why are they not prosecuting for statutory rape?


Maybe the father of her child is the same age, or younger than she is.
 
2012-03-08 02:52:52 PM

untaken_name: It's true that a 15 year old can't move by him or herself. That's because they shouldn't be making those kinds of decisions on their own yet. I would certainly include medical procedures in that category.


Well then your whole argument about how she could have avoided all of this if she had an abortion is kind of moot then, is it not?
 
2012-03-08 03:28:08 PM

MisterMook: Where does it actually say she isn't the victim of child abuse? Because when I hear "pregnant underage girl" and "elementary school" shouldn't that be the first thing people look for? Even twenty years ago when I was in school I think the majority of teenage pregnancies at least involved some discussion of statutory rape, of not actual rape. What's the age of consent where she's at?

If this guy called out a rape victim I hope they hang the bastard.


This was the first thing I thought of too. She would have been 13 or 14 when she got pregnant, which unless the dad is the same age, is statutory rape.

The age of constent is 17 in Nm.

She is native as well, reservations have a high level ofviolence against women, but an extremely low persecution rate for crimes.
 
2012-03-08 03:51:09 PM

SubBass49: moonage daydream: SubBass49: Oh...and...15 year-old 8th grader? shiat...I was 17 when I entered college...and I wasn't some great student or anything...

Clearly you weren't, because you failed to realize the baby is now about two or three years old....

Was it in TFA? No? Then shuddafrkkup.


Technically it was.

Sorry your observational skills aren't up to snuff, and you were so eager to make fun of a 15-year-old girl.

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2012-03-08 03:53:48 PM

Tat'dGreaser: Was it "slut shaming"? F*ck no, everyone knows you can get pregnant from the first time you have sex. Could she be an example of why you should either at least wait till you're older before having sex or at least f*cking wrap that sh*t up? Yes.


See, she can be example, but it's not legal or right to make her a public example.

Let's say, hypothetically speaking, that back in gradeschool one of your teachers found out you had a micropenis. Like reeeeeeaaally small; you can picture that, right? So your teacher goes "WOW! I've been trying for years to instill in kids the plague on our world that is the micropenis, and now I have an example!"

So this overly-penis-obsessed faculty member makes you stand up on stage while he speaks to the rest of the school about what a micropenis is, how it's an awful burden on the individual and society as a whole. Your micropenis, in response, turns into a fully menstruating vagina out of fear and shame.

Now replace all that "micropenis" stuff with "teen pregancy" and synonyms. It's just as inappropriate and illiegal. Yeah, people are going to eventually find out about your micropenis/teen-pregnancy, but as far as school faculty are concerned they shouldn't even give a fark about your micropenis. They don't need to know, they don't want to know, and they certainly don't want to wave it around at the rest of the school.

Am I making myself clear here?
 
2012-03-08 04:00:19 PM

DocTravesty: thenateman: The Ghost of Tom Ace: thenateman: AbbeySomeone: /miss green chilie

FTFY. And here's some green chile pron.

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Damn you...
Are you familiar with this?

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Damn you...

I love the Blake's green chile cheeseburger. I can only hope I'm idealizing it, but Blake's has my favorite fast food ever.

Ever had a stuffed sopapilla from Genaro's in Gallup?

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This one served Christmas

CSB time...

My wife and I used to live in Albuquerque. During that time, the guy who founded that chain passed away (Blake Chanslor). Being dirt poor grad students, my wife and I were avid thrift-store shoppers. One day at Thrifttown (yes, really) we walked in to find a huge section of ridiculously-nice-but-tacky furniture, including a pair of enormous lamps with nekkid cupids hanging off of them, most of it exactly the kind of tacky that burquenos love. According to the employees, Chanslor's estate donated a bunch of stuff. We ended up passing on the lamps, but are the proud owners of Blake's baby-blue stereo cabinet.

\if you can believe the ThriftTown employees, of course.
\\not sure why they'd lie...


That's pretty awesome actually. And, Thrift Town... wow... That's a name that takes me back to my days of poverty in ABQ.
 
2012-03-08 04:38:03 PM

SubBass49: Oh...and...15 year-old 8th grader? shiat...I was 17 when I entered college...and I wasn't some great student or anything...


Easily explained - she's 15 now. She was likely 14 and in 8th grade when she got pregnant and depending on her date of birth, she may have just missed the cutoff date for enrollment for children born that year. I know my grandson missed that date by a single day - he was born October 1, and children born after September 30 were not allowed to be enrolled for kindergarten that year. He's a 14 year old currently in 8th grade because of that.
 
2012-03-08 05:09:35 PM

USP .45: Wingate Elementary is a public boarding school for Native American children

and yet the ACLU overlooks the fact that it's a public school catering to one ethnicity. no problem there


The school is run by the Bureau of Indian Education, a sub-division of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. You are aware that Native American reservations are considered separate nations, administered under the BIA, correct? Local government and law enforcement have zero enforcement capabilities on a reservation, even when contained within their city limits.
 
2012-03-08 05:20:22 PM

Spike123: ya know what you do with people who are going through a hard time? You support them and do what you can to make things easier. You don't sit there and laugh or make fun of them or say they should go through another potentially traumatic experience to mitigate their current situation. That's the kind of thing a complete piece of barely-sentient shiat does, not a real human being.


In the real world you help them.
On Fark, though, you mock them!
 
2012-03-08 07:34:00 PM

CrispFlows: tomWright: CrispFlows: Spike123: ya know what you do with people who are going through a hard time? You support them and do what you can to make things easier. You don't sit there and laugh or make fun of them or say they should go through another potentially traumatic experience to mitigate their current situation. That's the kind of thing a complete piece of barely-sentient shiat does, not a real human being.

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Both of you

Are you referring to Fark or the real world?


yes
 
2012-03-08 08:09:58 PM

AbortionsForAll: Well, unfortunately, that's how people tend to perceive you when you're:

1. 15 years old and still in Elementary School (which probably means she was held back *twice*).

2. In Elementary School and pregnant.

In all seriousness, the American high-school curriculum is so ludicrously easy that I have in me not a single shred of understanding or compassion for someone who managed to fail it TWICE. I mean, in order to pull that off, you pretty much have to be actively trying to fail.

I propose the following nick-names for the girl in the article:

Sluttyslutty Emptyhead

Retardo the Cock-Hungry Cumdumpster


Or so poor, she can't go to school to pass because she's doing manual labor.
 
2012-03-08 08:17:10 PM

Anarchangel: Is this country truly so farked that we have pockets of people who think it's okay under any circumstances whatsoever for a bunch of adults to slut-shame a goddamn eighth-grader?


All you have to do is look at the number of people who voted for Santorum and you not only have your answer, you've quantified it.
 
2012-03-08 10:19:58 PM

Praise Cheesus: USP .45: Wingate Elementary is a public boarding school for Native American children

and yet the ACLU overlooks the fact that it's a public school catering to one ethnicity. no problem there

The school is run by the Bureau of Indian Education, a sub-division of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. You are aware that Native American reservations are considered separate nations, administered under the BIA, correct? Local government and law enforcement have zero enforcement capabilities on a reservation, even when contained within their city limits.


If that's the case then it's not against US law as US law is inapplicable in this situation.
 
2012-03-09 02:11:08 AM

ferretman: Praise Cheesus: USP .45: Wingate Elementary is a public boarding school for Native American children

and yet the ACLU overlooks the fact that it's a public school catering to one ethnicity. no problem there

The school is run by the Bureau of Indian Education, a sub-division of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. You are aware that Native American reservations are considered separate nations, administered under the BIA, correct? Local government and law enforcement have zero enforcement capabilities on a reservation, even when contained within their city limits.

If that's the case then it's not against US law as US law is inapplicable in this situation.


LOCAL government. United States federal laws still apply. As a matter of fact, most law enforcement on tribal land is handled through the BIA.
 
2012-03-09 06:01:19 PM

Anarchangel: Is this country truly so farked that we have pockets of people who think it's okay under any circumstances whatsoever for a bunch of adults to slut-shame a goddamn eighth-grader?

And if you are one of those people, could you please FOESADIAF?


Well, we can't trample all over the administrators religious freedoms, now can we?

/^ Sarcasm
//Won't chance it on this one
 
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