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2012-06-25 10:36:03 AM  
Parents sue the teacher in 3...2...1
 
2012-06-25 10:49:31 AM  
Is there anything not fake on YouTube?

My fifth grade teacher did that. Would get sued for snowflake abuse these days for sure.
 
2012-06-25 10:54:53 AM  

BillCo: Parents sue the teacher in 3...2...1


Given the environment and the apparent age, I would say this is likely in a college.
 
2012-06-25 11:42:11 AM  
Wonder how many tries it took to make that shot?
 
2012-06-25 12:14:37 PM  
It's_a_faaaaake.jpg
 
2012-06-25 12:14:39 PM  

Calmamity: Would get sued for snowflake abuse these days for sure.


I feel that if the student is old enough to know better and large enough to take the punishment, they should be given a few swats with the good old fashioned board. I survived it, if you're goofy enough to sass the teacher or disrupt the class openly, it's the least you deserve.
 
2012-06-25 12:25:32 PM  
This was my 7th grade science teacher.
Before launching he would dredge the eraser in chalk dust.
He was awesome.
 
2012-06-25 12:27:37 PM  
My best friend's father was also the math teacher in my school and he also did this. He was scary accurate and could sail those erasers a long way across large assembly halls even.

He was also hispanic (from Nicaragua). I wonder if it's a Latin American thing?
 
2012-06-25 12:29:16 PM  
No wonder the kid was goofing off. He was bored because he couldn't understand a word the teacher was saying.
 
2012-06-25 12:30:01 PM  
Chalk that up for being muey el fako Le Grande
 
2012-06-25 12:36:31 PM  
Just look at those ez chairs they get to sit in all day. Lucky bastards.
 
2012-06-25 12:38:40 PM  
My middle school band teacher would do that. With a bass drum mallet. And deadly accuracy.
 
2012-06-25 12:40:16 PM  

Calmamity: Is there anything not fake on YouTube?

My fifth grade teacher did that. Would get sued for snowflake abuse these days for sure.


Most of the stuff my teachers did back in the day would get them sued now. I'm still trying to figure out how all of this "sue the school" started. Since I had this happen to me in the 80's all the people before me did as well. And why did those people all of a sudden get all helicoptery on their kids? Hell my parents would have thanked the guy and then told me thats what I get for being an idiot.
 
2012-06-25 12:44:51 PM  
Went to a Catholic high school that didn't have air conditioning my freshman year.
In my religion class, if you clicked your pen, Father Lemming would toss it out the open, second floor window. No backup pen? Detention.
He also threw erasers numerous times.
 
2012-06-25 12:44:56 PM  

LeroyBourne: Just look at those ez chairs they get to sit in all day. Lucky bastards.


yeah.. what the heck is up with that?
 
2012-06-25 12:47:24 PM  

URAPNIS: Went to a Catholic high school that didn't have air conditioning my freshman year.
In my religion class, if you clicked your pen, Father Lemming would toss it out the open, second floor window. No backup pen? Detention.
He also threw erasers numerous times.


You're lucky. In highschool (way back in the 80's) we had a crazy Irish drafting teacher who would pick up a metal waste basket and throw like a baseball at you if you pissed him off..Mr. Mahoney. What a crazy f*cker he was.
 
2012-06-25 01:09:18 PM  
He didn't whip it hard enough. Should have caused a permanent injury.
 
2012-06-25 01:11:44 PM  

Tellingthem: Calmamity: Is there anything not fake on YouTube?

My fifth grade teacher did that. Would get sued for snowflake abuse these days for sure.

Most of the stuff my teachers did back in the day would get them sued now. I'm still trying to figure out how all of this "sue the school" started. Since I had this happen to me in the 80's all the people before me did as well. And why did those people all of a sudden get all helicoptery on their kids? Hell my parents would have thanked the guy and then told me thats what I get for being an idiot.


1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-06-25 01:16:08 PM  
My 10th grade American History teacher was awesome. He was full on crazy for his Irish heritage and his entire classroom (including the fluorescent lights) were decked out in green...including the "stick of knowledge" which he would use to whack the desks of students who fell asleep or farked around in class. Sadly he had a heart attack in the middle of the year and lived but couldn't teach...then we had a shiatty sub who couldn't spell the rest of the year. *sigh*
 
2012-06-25 01:16:18 PM  

indarwinsshadow: URAPNIS: Went to a Catholic high school that didn't have air conditioning my freshman year.
In my religion class, if you clicked your pen, Father Lemming would toss it out the open, second floor window. No backup pen? Detention.
He also threw erasers numerous times.

You're lucky. In highschool (way back in the 80's) we had a crazy Irish drafting teacher who would pick up a metal waste basket and throw like a baseball at you if you pissed him off..Mr. Mahoney. What a crazy f*cker he was.


Yeah, this was way back in '85-'86.
 
2012-06-25 01:30:51 PM  
My Dad was a computer language instructor in the Army at Ft. Monmouth back in the 60's.
From talking to some of his students later on in life, I found out his weapon of choice was an empty 3 ring binder, and that he was deadly accurate.
 
2012-06-25 02:05:25 PM  

URAPNIS: indarwinsshadow: URAPNIS: Went to a Catholic high school that didn't have air conditioning my freshman year.
In my religion class, if you clicked your pen, Father Lemming would toss it out the open, second floor window. No backup pen? Detention.
He also threw erasers numerous times.

You're lucky. In highschool (way back in the 80's) we had a crazy Irish drafting teacher who would pick up a metal waste basket and throw like a baseball at you if you pissed him off..Mr. Mahoney. What a crazy f*cker he was.

Yeah, this was way back in '85-'86.


Barrie North alumni I take it?
 
2012-06-25 02:07:15 PM  
My 11th grade history teacher did better... if you fell asleep in class, he'd just wander over now and then and place something on your desk. More and more stuff, until finally he'd place the picture of his kids right in front of you, making sure it was the first thing you'd see.

Also, there'd inevitably be a retarded easy pop quiz during the nap.
 
2012-06-25 02:09:26 PM  
This was my History teacher, a Vietnam veteran, except he would throw a plastic cap grenade with laser accuracy that would "explode" on the desk of the deserving student.

He would also throw away the curriculum on a given day if anyone in the class wished to discuss damn near any current event topic in the world, as long as the questions and answers that ensued stayed on an educational level. He was one of the smartest humans I ever met.
 
2012-06-25 02:37:45 PM  
What are the kids in the video, 8? What normal teenager harrasses a hottie girl in front of them?

/yeah, I know it's fake, but...
 
2012-06-25 02:43:24 PM  
Fake or not, the kid in the red shirt is a douche of the highest order.
 
2012-06-25 02:56:13 PM  

Gandalf_is_dead: This was my 7th grade science teacher.
Before launching he would dredge the eraser in chalk dust.
He was awesome.


Same here.

This video wasn't shot in the U. S., obviously.
 
2012-06-25 02:56:38 PM  
When my dad taught English (circa 1972) he would commonly use flying erasers to get the attention of disruptive students . . . .

. . . dad was also the football coach, and was known to throw passes you could hear coming via the hissing of the laces on the ball.

Chalk erasers get the point across much more effectively than dry erase.

media.giantbomb.com
 
2012-06-25 04:21:44 PM  
CSB:
The high school I work at hosts about 50-70 internation students a year. I got into a discussion with one this year about student discipline back home. He remarked that, back home in China, if a student misbehaved, the teacher had full right to do anything they wanted as punishment. He once talked out of turn in class back in his home city, and the teacher punched him in the jaw. I asked what he did in responce. "I didn't talk out of turn anymore."
/CSB
 
2012-06-25 04:35:18 PM  
Hmmm, let's see.

Had a 4th grade teacher that drove a railroad spike into his metal desk. Also watched him throw a kid about 10 feet. Don't even ask what he attached to the bathroom key.
 
2012-06-25 05:11:48 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: Hmmm, let's see.

Had a 4th grade teacher that drove a railroad spike into his metal desk. Also watched him throw a kid about 10 feet. Don't even ask what he attached to the bathroom key.


Well, we HAVE to ask now!!
 
2012-06-25 05:24:28 PM  

Calmamity: Is there anything not fake on YouTube?

My fifth grade teacher did that. Would get sued for snowflake abuse these days for sure.


My fourth grade teacher literally threw a book at me.

My Mom and Step-dad, upon hearing the whole story, thanked her.

Oh how the world has changed ;)
 
2012-06-25 05:33:14 PM  
Okay, why is this fake? Seriously
 
2012-06-25 05:49:34 PM  
I had a history teacher that kept a super soaker water gun in his classroom and would blast you if you fell asleep in his class. . .

Another history teacher would just walk by and slam the flat part of the yardstick down on your desk or near by causing a very loud sound to wake you. . .
 
2012-06-25 05:54:05 PM  

Mark Ratner: Okay, why is this fake? Seriously


Because it's easier to be an idiot and yell "fake" rather than open yourself to the possibility that something unexpected could be real.
 
2012-06-25 05:55:24 PM  
grade (1976)

I saw some serious mass punishment one day. 15 kids (girls & boys) got a savage paddling due to the fact that our teacher couldn't figure out the one student that did something bad. Wasn't all of us, but she thought this group of kids were all in on it, so she lined them up and started whacking away on them with that wooden paddle. I remember all of them waiting in line for it, shaking and crying like they were next in line for an execution. What a farking crying mess those kids were right after that, especially since most of them didn't have anything to do with what happened. The rest of the class was stunned into silence, we didn't make a sound. From that day forward I was terrified of my teacher.

My family had just moved to Florida from Massachusetts. I'd never seen anything like it before. That was my first introduction to the horrible misjudgment of bat-shiat crazy southern teachers.
 
2012-06-25 06:00:51 PM  
First (1st) grade, stupid filter
 
2012-06-25 06:09:04 PM  

Principal Clarinet: Mark Ratner: Okay, why is this fake? Seriously

Because it's easier to be an idiot and yell "fake" rather than open yourself to the possibility that something unexpected could be real.


Link

itsstillrealtomedammit.jpg
 
2012-06-25 06:14:33 PM  
science teacher oh what was it junior year? would have been chemistry...

yeah, she had a small dry-ice grade cooler/freezer in the class. if you nodded off you got a damp rag that she'd put in there for a minute or two draped across your neck/forehead/whatever was convenient.


you woke up FAST.

the memorable one was the young lady who always wore tanks/small t-shirts and what i swear to god was a barely-there bra(and had a nice rack).... epic spank-bank fodder.
 
2012-06-25 06:20:21 PM  
FAAAAAAAKE!!!!! And fark you, mods for greenlighting
 
2012-06-25 07:40:54 PM  

falcon176: Principal Clarinet: Mark Ratner: Okay, why is this fake? Seriously

Because it's easier to be an idiot and yell "fake" rather than open yourself to the possibility that something unexpected could be real.

Link

itsstillrealtomedammit.jpg


Thanks...thanks a lot. Now I don't trust people who speak Spanish.
 
2012-06-25 07:46:55 PM  

buttery_shame_cave: science teacher oh what was it junior year? would have been chemistry...

yeah, she had a small dry-ice grade cooler/freezer in the class. if you nodded off you got a damp rag that she'd put in there for a minute or two draped across your neck/forehead/whatever was convenient.


you woke up FAST.

the memorable one was the young lady who always wore tanks/small t-shirts and what i swear to god was a barely-there bra(and had a nice rack).... epic spank-bank fodder.


3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-06-25 09:30:16 PM  
My Culinary Arts teacher used to do that.
 
2012-06-25 09:52:26 PM  
Reminds me of my 10th grade Geometry teacher. He was deadly accurate with chalk and erasers. You did not nap or mess around in his class.
 
2012-06-25 10:16:26 PM  
in case it isn't obvious enough that this is fake..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1y-80sEMvM (making of video)
 
2012-06-25 10:22:40 PM  

fiddle-faddle: grade (1976)

I saw some serious mass punishment one day. 15 kids (girls & boys) got a savage paddling due to the fact that our teacher couldn't figure out the one student that did something bad. Wasn't all of us, but she thought this group of kids were all in on it, so she lined them up and started whacking away on them with that wooden paddle. I remember all of them waiting in line for it, shaking and crying like they were next in line for an execution. What a farking crying mess those kids were right after that, especially since most of them didn't have anything to do with what happened. The rest of the class was stunned into silence, we didn't make a sound. From that day forward I was terrified of my teacher.

My family had just moved to Florida from Massachusetts. I'd never seen anything like it before. That was my first introduction to the horrible misjudgment of bat-shiat crazy southern teachers.


I think we can now see a start of what is wrong with Florida. I share you sentiment. I had a handful of teachers like that in SC.
 
2012-06-26 12:17:45 AM  
My high school:

Mr Gunton (shop teacher) hit your hands with a rubber mallet if they were on the table he was working on.

Mr. McLachlan (history teacher) really REALLY liked the "war" part of history. Believed the Ruskies were gonna come screaming over the hills any day now. Brought guns into class. Assignment -- learn the parts of the Webley Revolver. Showed us how to build a silencer from household parts.

Mr. Potts (music teacher) would throw drumsticks or oboe reeds or trumpet mouthpieces or anything else he could get his hands on if you were goofing off.

Mr Petterson (phys ed goon) hurled racial and religious slurs at everyone, Tied up a kid in duct tape.

Nobody sued. Nobody screamed. Nobody got fired.

(McLachlan prolly should have been fired, to tell the truth. In retrospect, he was a farkin' nutter, even in the early 80s)
 
2012-06-26 03:22:24 AM  

Mark Ratner: Okay, why is this fake? Seriously


College-age kids don't pull girls hair
College-age girls wudda moved on the second tug
Lob shot, not line drive
Everyone looks at the target, "did this one hit you in a funny way? Can we go home now?"
Teacher made no sense
Teacher wudda just tossed the kid out
And mostly, camera rolling at the exact right angle
 
2012-06-26 08:54:24 AM  
I had a college professor who would peg you with pieces of chalk if he caught you whispering or falling asleep in class. He would occasionally break into rants when he ran out of chalk to either throw or write on the board with, but it was awesome all the same.
 
2012-06-26 06:04:40 PM  

Gandalf_is_dead: This was my 7th grade science teacher.
Before launching he would dredge the eraser in chalk dust.
He was awesome.


My dad's said on a couple of occasions he had a teacher in his Catholic high school that would do the same thing. Said it would leave a trail of dust as it flew; what's more, the recipient of the punishment wasn't allowed to clean off for the rest of the day.
 
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