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2012-09-03 10:59:13 PM  
did she at least bring enough for the rest of the class too?
 
2012-09-03 11:22:11 PM  
students do it all the time, what's the problem?
 
2012-09-03 11:32:12 PM  
Modern day teachers are basically just babysitters, only they get paid less. So no, I can't blame them.
 
2012-09-03 11:42:05 PM  
FTFA: Substitute Assistant Teacher

Holy farkin' shiat, I'd have been drunk, too. What does that pay? $8/hr?
 
2012-09-04 12:01:56 AM  
As they say in the teacher biz these days: "You can't hit the kids but you can hit the bottle !!"
 
2012-09-04 12:10:54 AM  
Can I blame her? Getting drunk doesn't usually make ME more attractive.
 
2012-09-04 12:21:13 AM  
I've never hit the bottle before teaching a lesson except once when my back was spasming and I had no opiates left. It was not a good lesson.

I have however been a bit late catching the train home and stayed out till 5 AM and gone in to business classes still feeling the effects after not enough sleep.

Nevet for a kids' lesson though. Kids can smell booze and cigars on you. So can businessmen, but they'll chalk it up to their own indescresions. If you're working in a school, put down the booze early the night before. Seriously. And don't wear the same suit you were out in club at unless it's been dry cleaned in the interim.
 
2012-09-04 01:21:46 AM  

doglover: I've never hit the bottle before teaching a lesson except once when my back was spasming and I had no opiates left. It was not a good lesson.

I have however been a bit late catching the train home and stayed out till 5 AM and gone in to business classes still feeling the effects after not enough sleep.


Don't substitutes have to wait until the morning of to find out if they're needed? She was probably still sauced from the night before.
 
2012-09-04 01:37:39 AM  
boringpittsburgh.com

"It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood... Oh damn, someone stole my sneakers... Let's do some wonderful things today, boys and girls; but first, do you mind if I take some more medication? It helps the day go a little bit faster. There we go."
 
2012-09-04 01:42:04 AM  

Lsherm: doglover: I've never hit the bottle before teaching a lesson except once when my back was spasming and I had no opiates left. It was not a good lesson.

I have however been a bit late catching the train home and stayed out till 5 AM and gone in to business classes still feeling the effects after not enough sleep.

Don't substitutes have to wait until the morning of to find out if they're needed? She was probably still sauced from the night before.


I dunno. That was make your own hours business classes. Start at 2 PM. Figured I'd sober up before then. I figured wrong.
 
2012-09-04 01:44:53 AM  
Wish I had gotten drunk for today. I've been feeling terrible all day.
 
2012-09-04 01:45:11 AM  
blogs.orlandosentinel.com

/Not impressed
 
2012-09-04 01:47:38 AM  
I'd be drunk all day too if my livelihood depended on being a teacher.
 
2012-09-04 01:48:25 AM  
Maybe she had too many Bloody Marys at the Breakfast Club.
 
2012-09-04 01:49:35 AM  
Dealing with crotchfruit and their horrible disaffected parents? Pass me the bottle.
 
2012-09-04 01:54:01 AM  
My entire schooling consisted of a montessori, then private schools (all the way through university). If I ever have a kid, I'll make sure he follows the same route. I wouldn't be caught dead letting my kid set foot in a public school, especially for high school and university.
 
2012-09-04 01:56:49 AM  

borg: [boringpittsburgh.com image 620x430]

"It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood... Oh damn, someone stole my sneakers... Let's do some wonderful things today, boys and girls; but first, do you mind if I take some more medication? It helps the day go a little bit faster. There we go."


You don't fark with Mr. Rogers.
 
2012-09-04 01:59:27 AM  

buckler: borg: [boringpittsburgh.com image 620x430]

"It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood... Oh damn, someone stole my sneakers... Let's do some wonderful things today, boys and girls; but first, do you mind if I take some more medication? It helps the day go a little bit faster. There we go."

You don't fark with Mr. Rogers.


He was a sniper and he always wore those sweaters to cover up his arms because they were completely covered with tattoos.
 
2012-09-04 02:08:18 AM  
How exactly does one "behave erratically".

It's not that I care but I have to be at work in a few hours.
 
2012-09-04 02:08:37 AM  

xl5150: buckler: borg: [boringpittsburgh.com image 620x430]

"It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood... Oh damn, someone stole my sneakers... Let's do some wonderful things today, boys and girls; but first, do you mind if I take some more medication? It helps the day go a little bit faster. There we go."

You don't fark with Mr. Rogers.

He was a sniper and he always wore those sweaters to cover up his arms because they were completely covered with tattoos.


You're more painful with each post.

Teachers = drink (he gets it)

Private schools ony. (well he doesn't get that.)

Fred Rogers was a sniper. (Normal IQ Retarded IQ Peter Giffin IQ This rumor)

Stop now. Please.
 
2012-09-04 02:12:28 AM  

xl5150: My entire schooling consisted of a montessori, then private schools (all the way through university). If I ever have a kid, I'll make sure he follows the same route. I wouldn't be caught dead letting my kid set foot in a public school, especially for high school and university.


Montessori is the best schooling system in my experience. I only had one year of it, and it benefited me greatly. My kids have been in since they were wee-small, and they are not only academically more advanced than others their age, they are generally more polite and considerate. Since they didn't get that from me, I blame the Montessori school.

If you can afford it, go Montessori.

/public school teacher
 
2012-09-04 02:13:03 AM  

stevegarbowski: students do it all the time, what's the problem?


I didn't start drinking until I was 17. I know I was 17 because mom wanted me to shave my goatee for the third grade graduation ceremonies.
 
2012-09-04 02:14:50 AM  

weasil: Montessori is the best schooling system in my experience. I only had one year of it, and it benefited me greatly. My kids have been in since they were wee-small, and they are not only academically more advanced than others their age, they are generally more polite and considerate. Since they didn't get that from me, I blame the Montessori school.


I'd always thought that I got an academic advantage from my Montessori schooling, but when it comes down to it you just have to be a smart person, which I am as well. It's a good combination.
 
2012-09-04 02:15:40 AM  

xl5150: weasil: Montessori is the best schooling system in my experience. I only had one year of it, and it benefited me greatly. My kids have been in since they were wee-small, and they are not only academically more advanced than others their age, they are generally more polite and considerate. Since they didn't get that from me, I blame the Montessori school.

I'd always thought that I got an academic advantage from my Montessori schooling, but when it comes down to it you just have to be a smart person, which I am as well. It's a good combination.


You probably would have excelled in any environment.
 
2012-09-04 02:17:16 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: xl5150: weasil: Montessori is the best schooling system in my experience. I only had one year of it, and it benefited me greatly. My kids have been in since they were wee-small, and they are not only academically more advanced than others their age, they are generally more polite and considerate. Since they didn't get that from me, I blame the Montessori school.

I'd always thought that I got an academic advantage from my Montessori schooling, but when it comes down to it you just have to be a smart person, which I am as well. It's a good combination.

You probably would have excelled in any environment.


I'm sure I would have, but let's be honest. Having good grades coming from a crappy public school is not as impressive as having good grades coming from a quality private school.
 
2012-09-04 02:20:07 AM  

xl5150: AverageAmericanGuy: xl5150: weasil: Montessori is the best schooling system in my experience. I only had one year of it, and it benefited me greatly. My kids have been in since they were wee-small, and they are not only academically more advanced than others their age, they are generally more polite and considerate. Since they didn't get that from me, I blame the Montessori school.

I'd always thought that I got an academic advantage from my Montessori schooling, but when it comes down to it you just have to be a smart person, which I am as well. It's a good combination.

You probably would have excelled in any environment.

I'm sure I would have, but let's be honest. Having good grades coming from a crappy public school is not as impressive as having good grades coming from a quality private school.


With grade inflation as bad as it is in private schools these days, GPA is hardly a measure of anything any more.
 
2012-09-04 02:21:38 AM  
Miss Hoover: You earned your A+++, Lisa!
Lisa: Actually there are four plusses.
Miss Hoover: No, that's Drambuie.
 
2012-09-04 02:23:02 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: xl5150: AverageAmericanGuy: xl5150: weasil: Montessori is the best schooling system in my experience. I only had one year of it, and it benefited me greatly. My kids have been in since they were wee-small, and they are not only academically more advanced than others their age, they are generally more polite and considerate. Since they didn't get that from me, I blame the Montessori school.

I'd always thought that I got an academic advantage from my Montessori schooling, but when it comes down to it you just have to be a smart person, which I am as well. It's a good combination.

You probably would have excelled in any environment.

I'm sure I would have, but let's be honest. Having good grades coming from a crappy public school is not as impressive as having good grades coming from a quality private school.

With grade inflation as bad as it is in private schools these days, GPA is hardly a measure of anything any more.


Whether or not that's true (and I don't necessarily agree that it is), it's still a large factor in determining college acceptance.
 
2012-09-04 02:25:18 AM  

xl5150: when it comes down to it you just have to be a smart person, which I am as well.


Humble, too.
 
2012-09-04 02:26:26 AM  

fusillade762: xl5150: when it comes down to it you just have to be a smart person, which I am as well.

Humble, too.


There's nothing wrong with being proud of your accomplishments. If I were bragging about something I hadn't accomplished, that would be a different story.
 
2012-09-04 02:26:44 AM  
i.chzbgr.com
 
2012-09-04 02:28:16 AM  

fusillade762: xl5150: when it comes down to it you just have to be a smart person, which I am as well.

Humble, too.


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
 
2012-09-04 02:28:17 AM  

xl5150: weasil: Montessori is the best schooling system in my experience. I only had one year of it, and it benefited me greatly. My kids have been in since they were wee-small, and they are not only academically more advanced than others their age, they are generally more polite and considerate. Since they didn't get that from me, I blame the Montessori school.

I'd always thought that I got an academic advantage from my Montessori schooling, but when it comes down to it you just have to be a smart person, which I am as well. It's a good combination.


If you're so smart, how can be dumb enough to shiat out a known false statement?
 
2012-09-04 02:30:22 AM  

doglover: xl5150: weasil: Montessori is the best schooling system in my experience. I only had one year of it, and it benefited me greatly. My kids have been in since they were wee-small, and they are not only academically more advanced than others their age, they are generally more polite and considerate. Since they didn't get that from me, I blame the Montessori school.

I'd always thought that I got an academic advantage from my Montessori schooling, but when it comes down to it you just have to be a smart person, which I am as well. It's a good combination.

If you're so smart, how can be dumb enough to shiat out a known false statement?


I read it on the internet, so it has to be true.
 
2012-09-04 02:35:34 AM  

xl5150: buckler: borg: [boringpittsburgh.com image 620x430]

"It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood... Oh damn, someone stole my sneakers... Let's do some wonderful things today, boys and girls; but first, do you mind if I take some more medication? It helps the day go a little bit faster. There we go."

You don't fark with Mr. Rogers.

He was a sniper and he always wore those sweaters to cover up his arms because they were completely covered with tattoos.


www.davidesauce.com
 
2012-09-04 02:35:58 AM  

skinnycatullus: FTFA: Substitute Assistant Teacher

Holy farkin' shiat, I'd have been drunk, too. What does that pay? $8/hr?


Something like that. Considering the amount of respect a substitute teacher gets from the kids, I can't blame her.
 
2012-09-04 02:37:37 AM  

DeltaPunch: xl5150: buckler: borg: [boringpittsburgh.com image 620x430]

"It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood... Oh damn, someone stole my sneakers... Let's do some wonderful things today, boys and girls; but first, do you mind if I take some more medication? It helps the day go a little bit faster. There we go."

You don't fark with Mr. Rogers.

He was a sniper and he always wore those sweaters to cover up his arms because they were completely covered with tattoos.

[www.davidesauce.com image 850x789]


That's one of the worst photoshops I've ever seen.
 
2012-09-04 02:42:58 AM  
4.bp.blogspot.com

Oh, Slothy. I may have been bad. I may have kept you chained up in that room but it was for your own good.
 
2012-09-04 02:45:35 AM  

xl5150: weasil: Montessori is the best schooling system in my experience. I only had one year of it, and it benefited me greatly. My kids have been in since they were wee-small, and they are not only academically more advanced than others their age, they are generally more polite and considerate. Since they didn't get that from me, I blame the Montessori school.

I'd always thought that I got an academic advantage from my Montessori schooling, but when it comes down to it you just have to be a smart person, which I am as well. It's a good combination.


Well, Mr. Fancy Pants.
 
2012-09-04 02:46:37 AM  

DeltaPunch: xl5150: buckler: borg: [boringpittsburgh.com image 620x430]

"It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood... Oh damn, someone stole my sneakers... Let's do some wonderful things today, boys and girls; but first, do you mind if I take some more medication? It helps the day go a little bit faster. There we go."

You don't fark with Mr. Rogers.

He was a sniper and he always wore those sweaters to cover up his arms because they were completely covered with tattoos.


Little known fact about Fred Rogers: he skinned his victims alive and wore their skin as his own to cover up his tattoos, which were arcane symbols from the Necronomicon and dark invocations of the Elder Gods. To gaze upon his uncovered torso and arms was to invite madness. How else do you think Lady Amberlin got those crazy eyes? The abyss looked through her!
 
2012-09-04 02:47:19 AM  

borg: "It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood... Oh damn, someone stole my sneakers... Let's do some wonderful things today, boys and girls; but first, do you mind if I take some more medication? It helps the day go a little bit faster. There we go."


Won't you be my neighbor?
 
2012-09-04 02:52:29 AM  

buckler: borg: [boringpittsburgh.com image 620x430]

"It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood... Oh damn, someone stole my sneakers... Let's do some wonderful things today, boys and girls; but first, do you mind if I take some more medication? It helps the day go a little bit faster. There we go."

You don't fark with Mr. Rogers.


Tell that to Robin Williams that was his bit in 1978
/yeah, I'm old.
 
2012-09-04 02:55:18 AM  

xl5150: He was a sniper and he always wore those sweaters to cover up his arms because they were completely covered with tattoos.


No actually, he was a Presbyterian minister and of course a television host. He wore the sweaters because his mother made them for him and because he wanted to maintain a semi-formal look for the show. He wasn't ever in the military, which isn't surprising since his family had enough money that he didn't need to be and they are not a military family.

He also was just as nice a guy off camera as he was on camera.
 
2012-09-04 02:56:26 AM  

xl5150: buckler: borg: [boringpittsburgh.com image 620x430]

"It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood... Oh damn, someone stole my sneakers... Let's do some wonderful things today, boys and girls; but first, do you mind if I take some more medication? It helps the day go a little bit faster. There we go."

You don't fark with Mr. Rogers.

He was a sniper and he always wore those sweaters to cover up his arms because they were completely covered with tattoos.


There's this site. it's called Snopes
 
2012-09-04 02:58:30 AM  

ScreamingHangover: xl5150: buckler: borg: [boringpittsburgh.com image 620x430]

"It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood... Oh damn, someone stole my sneakers... Let's do some wonderful things today, boys and girls; but first, do you mind if I take some more medication? It helps the day go a little bit faster. There we go."

You don't fark with Mr. Rogers.

He was a sniper and he always wore those sweaters to cover up his arms because they were completely covered with tattoos.

There's this site. it's called Snopes


Snopes is a biased liberal website. Everyone (with an IQ of over 75) knows that.
 
2012-09-04 03:02:43 AM  
After moving to Ga I heard about charter schools. I finally asked what they were like a decade later. Myvfriends told me that our school was a charter. Seemed like regular school.

And if I had to deal with kids I'd be trashed, probably on whatever pills make you not want to harm children.
 
2012-09-04 03:15:12 AM  
Looking at her, they should have given the kids something to drink. God help them if she had showed up sober.
 
2012-09-04 03:35:20 AM  
First you people complain when the teachers have sex with 15-year-olds, THEN you complain AGAIN when they come to work drunk! Is there no pleasing you at all!?!?!?!? Jeez, talk about draconian!
 
2012-09-04 03:35:31 AM  

xl5150: My entire schooling consisted of a montessori, then private schools (all the way through university). If I ever have a kid, I'll make sure he follows the same route. I wouldn't be caught dead letting my kid set foot in a public school, especially for high school and university.


all that wonderful snowflaking and yet here you are, slumming it with normal folks.
 
2012-09-04 03:43:29 AM  

KrispyKritter: all that wonderful snowflaking and yet here you are, slumming it with normal folks.


Bah, I think he's trolling. "Snopes is a liberal website"?

Also, I worked in a Montessori school. It wasn't really all that.
 
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