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2012-09-30 02:15:05 PM
I thought rich people were evil... Fark told me so.
 
2012-09-30 02:16:32 PM
Daily mail article where the subject actually is pretty cute.
Teacher store that doesn't involve sex?
Feel good story about some of life's true heros getting a windfall?

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH MY FARK?
 
2012-09-30 02:17:03 PM
Scarecrow: With 17 years in teh classroom, Mrs Jump never really expected to make it rich. She and her husband, also a teacher, struggled to pay their basic bills and support their three children, like thousands of other teachers in the country

See me after class!
 
2012-09-30 02:17:48 PM

Ontos: I thought rich people were evil... Fark told me so.


Is she paying a retinue of fiscalists and accountants to wiggle out of paying taxes?
 
2012-09-30 02:18:13 PM
She didn't build that
 
2012-09-30 02:18:36 PM

BumpInTheNight: Daily mail article where the subject actually is pretty cute.
Teacher store that doesn't involve sex?
Feel good story about some of life's true heros getting a windfall?

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH MY FARK?


Cute? Not even British cute. Don't be fooled by the soft focus.
 
2012-09-30 02:21:56 PM
Lies, all lies. Everyone knows you can't be successful without a government program or unions.
 
2012-09-30 02:23:34 PM

OnlyM3: Lies, all lies. Everyone knows you can't be successful without a government program or unions.


If it weren't for government programs and unions, to who would she be selling these lesson plans?
 
2012-09-30 02:23:50 PM

JWideman: BumpInTheNight: Daily mail article where the subject actually is pretty cute.
Teacher store that doesn't involve sex?
Feel good story about some of life's true heros getting a windfall?

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH MY FARK?

Cute? Not even British cute. Don't be fooled by the soft focus.


For 43 she's pretty cute.
 
2012-09-30 02:25:05 PM
Just wait until one of them accuses her of rape.

Once she is found not guilty, she will never be able to work in that field again because she had to have been asking for it in some way or another.
 
2012-09-30 02:25:30 PM

BumpInTheNight: Daily mail article where the subject actually is pretty cute.
Teacher store that doesn't involve sex?
Feel good story about some of life's true heros getting a windfall?

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH MY FARK?



Subby said "just kidding".
 
2012-09-30 02:25:47 PM
 
2012-09-30 02:26:39 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: Ontos: I thought rich people were evil... Fark told me so.

Is she paying a retinue of fiscalists and accountants to wiggle out of paying taxes?


Is she legally not paying the taxes or not paying them like a Democrat?

www.anniemayhem.com

www.hybridcarblog.com

www.booknotes.org

cnreviews.com
 
2012-09-30 02:30:28 PM

amquelbettamin: She didn't build that


She assembled it
 
2012-09-30 02:30:42 PM
Sadly one of the parents is going to say "Oh, she's a millionaire? Lets say that her teaching method left Timmy a wasted husk!" and go after her.
 
2012-09-30 02:32:01 PM

BumpInTheNight: Daily mail article where the subject actually is pretty cute.
Teacher store that doesn't involve sex?
Feel good story about some of life's true heros getting a windfall?

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH MY FARK?


It's not about some English seahag, this chick is American.


I'm surprised teachers can just buy lesson plans off the internet. Seems a bit like paying someone else to do your homework.
 
2012-09-30 02:33:06 PM
mmmm. good looking, has a few bucks, no obnoxious forced fake Paula Deen southern a-hole accent - she's a keeper.
 
2012-09-30 02:33:52 PM

loonatic112358: amquelbettamin: She didn't build that

She assembled it


It's about time these flatcats pay their fare share instead of parisitizing our economy.
 
2012-09-30 02:34:02 PM

stonent: Scarecrow: With 17 years in teh classroom, Mrs Jump never really expected to make it rich. She and her husband, also a teacher, struggled to pay their basic bills and support their three children, like thousands of other teachers in the country


They might have struggled less if the had fewer children. Isn't it a biatch that actions have consequences and jobs pay for what you are worth and not the lifestyle you would like to live?
 
2012-09-30 02:34:15 PM
So she probably borrowed ideas from other teachers, they all share, and then sells them back to teachers who are unimaginative enough to teach 4-5 years olds the science of dinosaurs? Seriously, if you need help teaching 4-5 year old kids about dinosaurs get out of the business, you're doing more harm than good. This is what's wrong with education today, teachers who would pay $8 for a teaching program rather than take an hour and create one themselves.

/mother was an elementary school teacher for 40+ years.
//brother is an elementary, 15+ years.
/// teachers work 9-3, 9 months a year is complete and utter bullshiat
 
2012-09-30 02:37:49 PM
Wait... is she "cute" or "British cute?"

/Senses a trap.
 
2012-09-30 02:38:46 PM

OnlyM3: * Romney and his wife, Ann, gave 29.4 percent of their income to charity in 2011


Charity? It's their church! Show me the books. And let me know when Romney stops getting farm subsidies.

OnlyM3: * Obama and first lady Michelle Obama gave 21.8 percent of their income to charitable organizations


Actual charitable organizations.

OnlyM3: * Biden and his wife, Jill, gave 1.5 percent of their income


Cherry picking.
 
2012-09-30 02:38:50 PM
You might as well
imageshack.us
JUMP!
 
2012-09-30 02:40:18 PM

JWideman: BumpInTheNight: Daily mail article where the subject actually is pretty cute.
Teacher store that doesn't involve sex?
Feel good story about some of life's true heros getting a windfall?

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH MY FARK?

Cute? Not even British cute. Don't be fooled by the soft focus.


Who are YOU farking, Salma Hayek?
 
2012-09-30 02:40:47 PM

HotWingAgenda: I'm surprised teachers can just buy lesson plans off the internet. Seems a bit like paying someone else to do your homework.


I'm surprised anyone has to create new lesson plans.

It's not like grade-school english and math have changed in 100 years.
 
2012-09-30 02:41:42 PM
Well you know the two things are not necessarily mutually exclusive. Let's wait a bit and see if any accusations come up.
 
2012-09-30 02:43:04 PM

jaytkay: HotWingAgenda: I'm surprised teachers can just buy lesson plans off the internet. Seems a bit like paying someone else to do your homework.

I'm surprised anyone has to create new lesson plans.

It's not like grade-school english and math have changed in 100 years.


Know how I know you're not raising grade schoolers?

Google "new math".
 
2012-09-30 02:43:15 PM

OnlyM3: Quantum Apostrophe
* Romney and his wife, Ann, gave 29.4 percent of their income to charity in 2011


How much of that "charity" was straight into church coffers? There's a difference between "I gave money towards mental health programs" and "I gave money to help build a shiny new temple for my religion." It's not a legal difference - the IRS doesn't really care - but there are ethical implications.
 
2012-09-30 02:43:23 PM
I'm confused? She is a millionaire but does good things? Head asplodes!

/I'm sure there is some sort of double standard that she can hide behind
 
2012-09-30 02:43:25 PM
Was she also born in a log cabin she built herself, subby??
 
2012-09-30 02:44:55 PM
wow, thread got politicized right off the bat.
 
2012-09-30 02:46:47 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: Ontos: I thought rich people were evil... Fark told me so.

Is she paying a retinue of fiscalists and accountants to wiggle out of paying taxes?


If swas she would be creating jobs, right?

gonegirl: OnlyM3: Quantum Apostrophe
* Romney and his wife, Ann, gave 29.4 percent of their income to charity in 2011


How much of that "charity" was straight into church coffers? There's a difference between "I gave money towards mental health programs" and "I gave money to help build a shiny new temple for my religion." It's not a legal difference - the IRS doesn't really care - but there are ethical implications.


so you are still mad about he gives his money away? Sheesh! You just cant win with some people. Mind if I tell you to spend 5 bucks and get me a Total Fark membership?
 
2012-09-30 02:49:59 PM
But, but I thought that those who can do, and those who can't, teach.

My world is shattered.
 
2012-09-30 02:50:16 PM
You know how else you can earn $1M? By teaching. The average salary is $60k in my state. Work 20 years and you'll have well made over $1.2M.
 
2012-09-30 02:50:56 PM

hasty ambush: Quantum Apostrophe: Ontos: I thought rich people were evil... Fark told me so.

Is she paying a retinue of fiscalists and accountants to wiggle out of paying taxes?

Is she legally not paying the taxes or not paying them like a Democrat?

[


gonegirl: OnlyM3: Quantum Apostrophe
* Romney and his wife, Ann, gave 29.4 percent of their income to charity in 2011


How much of that "charity" was straight into church coffers? There's a difference between "I gave money towards mental health programs" and "I gave money to help build a shiny new temple for my religion." It's not a legal difference - the IRS doesn't really care - but there are ethical implications.


Got a picture of the Temple of Romney? I bet that the money he gave his church did a farkload more good than it would have done had it gone to Uncle Sugar.
 
2012-09-30 02:53:13 PM
So she is the one percent but also the person we should thank if we get rich - like her - the damn plutocrat that went into teaching instead of corporate america like obama tells everyone to - but she got rich by feeding off teachers too lazy to work - who cant be fired because they are in a union - so they dont get the shaft from the "man" - while they make retirement deals we cant afford to pay - and she will collect that pension even though she is rich - and she outsourced a union car job by buying a friggen KIA - Which makes her green because it gets good mileage - while she rakes in free advertising from this article so that the rich just get richer and we get more income distribution disparity. She sounds like the greatest lousy rotten greedy wonderful helper to ever make a liberal's constantly pidgeon-holing brain explode.
 
2012-09-30 02:53:13 PM

Roja Herring: OnlyM3: Lies, all lies. Everyone knows you can't be successful without a government program or unions.

If it weren't for government programs and unions, to who would she be selling these lesson plans?


To whom, not to who. Back to school for you.
 
2012-09-30 02:53:39 PM

jaytkay: HotWingAgenda: I'm surprised teachers can just buy lesson plans off the internet. Seems a bit like paying someone else to do your homework.

I'm surprised anyone has to create new lesson plans.

It's not like grade-school english and math have changed in 100 years.


Seriously? English, no those lessons have not changed much. But math??? It's like a farking alien
language these days. Today's "new" new math is NOTHING like the "new math" they introduced
when I was in elementary school.

As far as the lady in TFA goes, good for her!
 
2012-09-30 02:54:18 PM
 
2012-09-30 02:55:59 PM
Thanks for turning this into yet another politics tab worthy derp fest, I knew you guys wouldn't let me down.
 
2012-09-30 02:56:11 PM
There doesn't seem to me to be any downside to creative teachers making some money off of selling good lesson plans via the internet. Who isn't a winner in this situation?
 
2012-09-30 02:57:44 PM

Wingnutwillie: So she probably borrowed ideas from other teachers, they all share, and then sells them back to teachers who are unimaginative enough to teach 4-5 years olds the science of dinosaurs? Seriously, if you need help teaching 4-5 year old kids about dinosaurs get out of the business, you're doing more harm than good. This is what's wrong with education today, teachers who would pay $8 for a teaching program rather than take an hour and create one themselves.

/mother was an elementary school teacher for 40+ years.
//brother is an elementary, 15+ years.
/// teachers work 9-3, 9 months a year is complete and utter bullshiat


Meh, you think that's BS? I LOL at you sir. As an IT guy for a school district I'll tell you what's BS. My job is soooo much more BS from your point of view. I work 8-4 M-F no weekends never on call and all the Holidays that the teachers get, I get. I get paid a considerable amount more than they do...roughly 150% of their salary. I get all the holidays they get and about the only difference in my schedule and theirs is that I have to come back to work a month earlier than they do during the summer. I don't have to deal with the little crotchfruit or their helicopter parents, I don't have to create lessonplans or grade homework at night, no lunch duties or parent teacher conferences or chaperoning the prom.

Basically what I am saying is don't biatch so much about the teachers, they actually do more work than the non-certified personnel in a school district. Go after the admin and people who provide indirect services to the district, that's where the real waste is.
 
2012-09-30 02:59:24 PM

JWideman: BumpInTheNight: Daily mail article where the subject actually is pretty cute.
Teacher store that doesn't involve sex?
Feel good story about some of life's true heros getting a windfall?

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH MY FARK?

Cute? Not even British cute. Don't be fooled by the soft focus.


Don't you have somewhere you have to be in 26 minutes?
 
2012-09-30 03:00:11 PM
Looks like Romney'd is the new Godwin'd around here.
 
2012-09-30 03:00:31 PM
JWideman: BumpInTheNight: Daily mail article where the subject actually is pretty cute.
Teacher store that doesn't involve sex?
Feel good story about some of life's true heros getting a windfall?

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH MY FARK?

Cute? Not even British cute. Don't be fooled by the soft focus.


Put the crack pipe down. She's quite hittable.
 
2012-09-30 03:01:17 PM

CrissX: Meh, you think that's BS?


I think he meant that the *illusion* that they only work 6 hours a day for 9 months out of the year is BS.
 
2012-09-30 03:01:29 PM

CrissX: Wingnutwillie: So she probably borrowed ideas from other teachers, they all share, and then sells them back to teachers who are unimaginative enough to teach 4-5 years olds the science of dinosaurs? Seriously, if you need help teaching 4-5 year old kids about dinosaurs get out of the business, you're doing more harm than good. This is what's wrong with education today, teachers who would pay $8 for a teaching program rather than take an hour and create one themselves.

/mother was an elementary school teacher for 40+ years.
//brother is an elementary, 15+ years.
/// teachers work 9-3, 9 months a year is complete and utter bullshiat

Meh, you think that's BS? I LOL at you sir. As an IT guy for a school district I'll tell you what's BS. My job is soooo much more BS from your point of view. I work 8-4 M-F no weekends never on call and all the Holidays that the teachers get, I get. I get paid a considerable amount more than they do...roughly 150% of their salary. I get all the holidays they get and about the only difference in my schedule and theirs is that I have to come back to work a month earlier than they do during the summer. I don't have to deal with the little crotchfruit or their helicopter parents, I don't have to create lessonplans or grade homework at night, no lunch duties or parent teacher conferences or chaperoning the prom.

Basically what I am saying is don't biatch so much about the teachers, they actually do more work than the non-certified personnel in a school district. Go after the admin and people who provide indirect services to the district, that's where the real waste is.


Read the whole farking post you farking IT retard.
 
2012-09-30 03:04:08 PM
Good for her.

Bad for the lazy teachers who can't come up with lesson plans.
 
2012-09-30 03:04:49 PM

gonegirl: OnlyM3: Quantum Apostrophe
* Romney and his wife, Ann, gave 29.4 percent of their income to charity in 2011


How much of that "charity" was straight into church coffers? There's a difference between "I gave money towards mental health programs" and "I gave money to help build a shiny new temple for my religion." It's not a legal difference - the IRS doesn't really care - but there are ethical implications.


Not a mormon but what does the church do with the money :

list of LDS charities

Wheelchairs
Clean Water
Emergency Response
Food
Vision Care
Neonatal resucitation training
Immunization


LDS Philanthropies

Church History

FamilySearch

Latter-day Saint Charities

Perpetual Education Fund

Missionary

Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Temple

CES: Elementary and Secondary Schools

Brigham Young University (BYU)

BYU-Hawaii

BYU-Idaho

LDS Business College

Polynesian Cultural Center


Charity Navigator, the newest of several private sector organizations that rate charities by various criteria and supply that information to the public on their web sites, found that, as of 2004, 70 percent of charities they rated spent at least 75 percent of their budgets on the programs and services they exist to provide, and 90 percent spent at least 65 percent. The median administrative expense among all charities in their sample was only 10.3 percent.

In contrast 70 cents of each dollar budgeted for government assistance (69 means tested Federal government programs) goes not to the poor, but to the members of the welfare bureaucracy and others serving the poor.

Link
 
2012-09-30 03:06:25 PM

pisceandreamer: CrissX: Meh, you think that's BS?

I think he meant that the *illusion* that they only work 6 hours a day for 9 months out of the year is BS.


Your right, I misunderstood what he wrote. But my point still stands, teachers are the work horses in a school district. It's the admin positions like the "sports journalist" my district has on staff that makes $112k a year to take pictures of the football team and write up stories in the local paper, but also works for the local paper so gets paid twice for the photos he takes.
 
2012-09-30 03:06:46 PM

Ontos: I thought rich people were evil... Fark told me so.


Herp.

amquelbettamin: She didn't build that


Derp.
 
2012-09-30 03:08:32 PM

Wingnutwillie: CrissX: Wingnutwillie: So she probably borrowed ideas from other teachers, they all share, and then sells them back to teachers who are unimaginative enough to teach 4-5 years olds the science of dinosaurs? Seriously, if you need help teaching 4-5 year old kids about dinosaurs get out of the business, you're doing more harm than good. This is what's wrong with education today, teachers who would pay $8 for a teaching program rather than take an hour and create one themselves.

/mother was an elementary school teacher for 40+ years.
//brother is an elementary, 15+ years.
/// teachers work 9-3, 9 months a year is complete and utter bullshiat

Meh, you think that's BS? I LOL at you sir. As an IT guy for a school district I'll tell you what's BS. My job is soooo much more BS from your point of view. I work 8-4 M-F no weekends never on call and all the Holidays that the teachers get, I get. I get paid a considerable amount more than they do...roughly 150% of their salary. I get all the holidays they get and about the only difference in my schedule and theirs is that I have to come back to work a month earlier than they do during the summer. I don't have to deal with the little crotchfruit or their helicopter parents, I don't have to create lessonplans or grade homework at night, no lunch duties or parent teacher conferences or chaperoning the prom.

Basically what I am saying is don't biatch so much about the teachers, they actually do more work than the non-certified personnel in a school district. Go after the admin and people who provide indirect services to the district, that's where the real waste is.

Read the whole farking post you farking IT retard.


Somebody needs a cookie....
 
2012-09-30 03:13:22 PM

amquelbettamin: She didn't build that


Came to say this. She is thanking obama for her boons, yes?
 
2012-09-30 03:14:26 PM
i.dailymail.co.uk

Looks like early-stage Callista Gingrich syndrome.
 
2012-09-30 03:17:46 PM

GORDON: amquelbettamin: She didn't build that

Came to say this. She is thanking obama for her boons, yes?


I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that she's pretty glad schools exist.
 
2012-09-30 03:21:58 PM

CrissX: Wingnutwillie: CrissX: Wingnutwillie: So she probably borrowed ideas from other teachers, they all share, and then sells them back to teachers who are unimaginative enough to teach 4-5 years olds the science of dinosaurs? Seriously, if you need help teaching 4-5 year old kids about dinosaurs get out of the business, you're doing more harm than good. This is what's wrong with education today, teachers who would pay $8 for a teaching program rather than take an hour and create one themselves.

/mother was an elementary school teacher for 40+ years.
//brother is an elementary, 15+ years.
/// teachers work 9-3, 9 months a year is complete and utter bullshiat

Meh, you think that's BS? I LOL at you sir. As an IT guy for a school district I'll tell you what's BS. My job is soooo much more BS from your point of view. I work 8-4 M-F no weekends never on call and all the Holidays that the teachers get, I get. I get paid a considerable amount more than they do...roughly 150% of their salary. I get all the holidays they get and about the only difference in my schedule and theirs is that I have to come back to work a month earlier than they do during the summer. I don't have to deal with the little crotchfruit or their helicopter parents, I don't have to create lessonplans or grade homework at night, no lunch duties or parent teacher conferences or chaperoning the prom.

Basically what I am saying is don't biatch so much about the teachers, they actually do more work than the non-certified personnel in a school district. Go after the admin and people who provide indirect services to the district, that's where the real waste is.

Read the whole farking post you farking IT retard.

Somebody needs a cookie....


Someone needs to learn to read
 
2012-09-30 03:30:46 PM

Wingnutwillie: CrissX: Wingnutwillie: CrissX: Wingnutwillie: So she probably borrowed ideas from other teachers, they all share, and then sells them back to teachers who are unimaginative enough to teach 4-5 years olds the science of dinosaurs? Seriously, if you need help teaching 4-5 year old kids about dinosaurs get out of the business, you're doing more harm than good. This is what's wrong with education today, teachers who would pay $8 for a teaching program rather than take an hour and create one themselves.

/mother was an elementary school teacher for 40+ years.
//brother is an elementary, 15+ years.
/// teachers work 9-3, 9 months a year is complete and utter bullshiat

Meh, you think that's BS? I LOL at you sir. As an IT guy for a school district I'll tell you what's BS. My job is soooo much more BS from your point of view. I work 8-4 M-F no weekends never on call and all the Holidays that the teachers get, I get. I get paid a considerable amount more than they do...roughly 150% of their salary. I get all the holidays they get and about the only difference in my schedule and theirs is that I have to come back to work a month earlier than they do during the summer. I don't have to deal with the little crotchfruit or their helicopter parents, I don't have to create lessonplans or grade homework at night, no lunch duties or parent teacher conferences or chaperoning the prom.

Basically what I am saying is don't biatch so much about the teachers, they actually do more work than the non-certified personnel in a school district. Go after the admin and people who provide indirect services to the district, that's where the real waste is.

Read the whole farking post you farking IT retard.

Somebody needs a cookie....

Someone needs to learn to read


If only he were ever around people who have experience teaching that skill...

/Your original statement was also hard to parse.
 
2012-09-30 03:31:37 PM

ChubbyTiger: Roja Herring: OnlyM3: Lies, all lies. Everyone knows you can't be successful without a government program or unions.

If it weren't for government programs and unions, to who would she be selling these lesson plans?

To whom, not to who. Back to school for you.


I was able to communicate the intent to the audience it was meant for without sounding pompous. Which is more than I can say for you.
 
2012-09-30 03:34:00 PM

hasty ambush: Not a mormon but what does the church do with the money :


Builds huge farking temples and sends polite young men around the world to try and save souls enroll more tithe generators.
 
2012-09-30 03:34:21 PM
The politics tab is shiatting all over the rest of the Fark tabs. Must be an election coming up. Yippee.

Also... interesting to me that teachers, who are so grossly underpaid, have millions of dollars (collectively) to pay other people to do their work.

Very interesting.
 
2012-09-30 03:41:38 PM

Pray 4 Mojo: Also... interesting to me that teachers, who are so grossly underpaid, have millions of dollars (collectively) to pay other people to do their work


It's an avalanche of snowflakes.
 
2012-09-30 03:49:39 PM
Quantum Apostrophe 2012-09-30 02:38:46 PM

... * Biden and his wife, Jill, gave 1.5 percent of their income

Cherry picking.

No, timely and relevant.

Next question.
 
2012-09-30 03:50:25 PM

malaktaus: JWideman: BumpInTheNight: Daily mail article where the subject actually is pretty cute.
Teacher store that doesn't involve sex?
Feel good story about some of life's true heros getting a windfall?

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH MY FARK?

Cute? Not even British cute. Don't be fooled by the soft focus.

For 43 she's pretty cute.


You probably think her knees are too sharp also.
 
2012-09-30 03:52:50 PM
Having a million dollars does not a 1 percent you make. What the hell is wrong with people?
 
2012-09-30 03:54:08 PM
/
 
2012-09-30 03:55:28 PM
Self-made millionaire? No such thing. Her dad probably showed her the website she's selling the lesson plans on.

Raise her taxes.
 
2012-09-30 03:58:23 PM
Nice threadshiat asshole! It really makes up for your shortcomings and brings your whole character together.
 
2012-09-30 03:59:59 PM

deanayer: So she is the one percent but also the person we should thank if we get rich - like her - the damn plutocrat that went into teaching instead of corporate america like obama tells everyone to - but she got rich by feeding off teachers too lazy to work - who cant be fired because they are in a union - so they dont get the shaft from the "man" - while they make retirement deals we cant afford to pay - and she will collect that pension even though she is rich - and she outsourced a union car job by buying a friggen KIA - Which makes her green because it gets good mileage - while she rakes in free advertising from this article so that the rich just get richer and we get more income distribution disparity. She sounds like the greatest lousy rotten greedy wonderful helper to ever make a liberal's constantly pidgeon-holing brain explode.


That was good. I like your style. You probably pissed off both sides.
 
2012-09-30 04:00:17 PM

puppetmaster745: Self-made millionaire? No such thing. Her dad probably showed her the website she's selling the lesson plans on.

Raise her taxes.


We need to take that money so she can't give her children the opportunity to use it to unfairly benefit themselves.
 
2012-09-30 04:07:09 PM

puppetmaster745: puppetmaster745: Self-made millionaire? No such thing. Her dad probably showed her the website she's selling the lesson plans on.

Raise her taxes.

We need to take that money so she can't give her children the opportunity to use it to unfairly benefit themselves.


Who are you talking to?
 
2012-09-30 04:09:23 PM

puppetmaster745: puppetmaster745: Self-made millionaire? No such thing. Her dad probably showed her the website she's selling the lesson plans on.

Raise her taxes.

We need to take that money so she can't give her children the opportunity to use it to unfairly benefit themselves.


I see you have finally found someone that understands you.
 
2012-09-30 04:10:16 PM
Interesting idea, but I'd be curious what her and other teachers' employment contracts say about ownership of the IP rights in the lesson plans... (ie; work-for-hire doctrine).
 
2012-09-30 04:17:12 PM

ScaliaDissenting: Interesting idea, but I'd be curious what her and other teachers' employment contracts say about ownership of the IP rights in the lesson plans... (ie; work-for-hire doctrine).


Lesson plans and similar are the property of the teacher. Materials such as curriculum maps and texts designated by the school would be the property of the school. Unfortunately, many teachers routinely use textbooks and curriculum maps as the curriculum and methodology, thus lesson planning for them consists of writing down the page numbers.
 
2012-09-30 04:30:50 PM

daveinsurgent: Having a million dollars does not a 1 percent you make. What the hell is wrong with people?


./configure b4 you make
 
2012-09-30 05:01:11 PM

Ontos: I thought rich people were evil... Fark told me so.


How many companies has she folded up and shipped off to China?
 
2012-09-30 05:02:17 PM

daveinsurgent: Having a million dollars does not a 1 percent you make


You're trying wayyyyy to hard
 
2012-09-30 05:02:53 PM

bel4sucks: You're trying wayyyyy to hard


*too
 
2012-09-30 05:06:30 PM
American Draem. Find something you can do that other people don't want to do and profit.

How do you think prostitution came into being?
 
2012-09-30 05:07:55 PM

jaytkay: It's not like grade-school english and math have changed in 100 years.


NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: Know how I know you're not raising grade schoolers?

Google "new math".


digitalrain: Seriously? English, no those lessons have not changed much. But math??? It's like a farking alien
language these days. Today's "new" new math is NOTHING like the "new math" they introduced
when I was in elementary school.


??

Math has not changed. 2+2 still equals 4.

There are some new teaching methods. Maybe they're better methods, OK then we write a new lesson plan every decade or two. But math has not changed.
 
2012-09-30 05:13:45 PM

jaytkay: Math has not changed. 2+2 still equals 4.

There are some new teaching methods. Maybe they're better methods, OK then we write a new lesson plan every decade or two. But math has not changed.


The underlying rules are the same, but our understanding does change. And with that, what we think kids should understand changes. You get folks who think that elementary school kids should be taught rudimentary set theory. Or change between word problems and doing lists of multiplication problems. So that's what changes, and why there's differences between decades.

Why a lot of teachers write their own material is that math requires thought, if you're doing anything other than simple lists of problems like 2+(3*5)=___. So you have to teach kids to THINK. And everyone has their own style for that, and a good teacher has a few different styles of teaching that.
 
2012-09-30 05:15:38 PM
I am uncertain what to think of this:

On one hand, good for her; getting extra cash for extra work and all (and not letting it change her too much - though to be fair, one million isn't necessarily going to set up anyone for life. Besides, do we know she earned it all in one year? I might have missed that.)

On the other hand, as a H.S. teacher (project based learning, physics and astronomy) I don't think I have any lesson plan that is solely my intellectual property (at least not enough to feel OK selling it). I rake through internet sites (of free plans) and discuss with my peers about nearly everything I do (I actually work with a team of three physics teachers, and we have different levels of input on any one of our plans - It would be difficult to fairly divvy up the earnings)

/Maybe I'm just jealous I didn't think of this earlier?
 
2012-09-30 05:16:28 PM

I May Be Crazy But...: problems like 2+(3*5)=___.


10? Right?
 
2012-09-30 05:22:20 PM

Pray 4 Mojo: I May Be Crazy But...: problems like 2+(3*5)=___.

10? Right?


It's 30. 2+3=6, then 6*5=30. You must be a real moran if you couldn't get it right.
 
2012-09-30 05:28:38 PM

I May Be Crazy But...: Pray 4 Mojo: I May Be Crazy But...: problems like 2+(3*5)=___.

10? Right?

It's 30. 2+3=6, then 6*5=30. You must be a real moran if you couldn't get it right.


Ohhhhh... ok.

See... I told that teachin' lady that she was stupid when she started putting the sad and smiley face dealies from English class with them numbers... not my fault I wasnt learnt that... stupid biatch.
 
2012-09-30 05:29:38 PM
*wipes forehead* A Georgia story I'm not embarrassed by!
 
2012-09-30 05:32:17 PM

BumpInTheNight: Daily mail article where the subject actually is pretty cute.
Teacher store that doesn't involve sex?
Feel good story about some of life's true heros getting a windfall?

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH MY FARK?


She does look a little like Mrs. Romney and Mrs. Gingrich.
 
2012-09-30 05:35:25 PM

GirlScoutSniper: *wipes forehead* A Georgia story I'm not embarrassed by!


Well, the best-selling dinosaur lesson plan might be "Jesus rode a dinosaur" so maybe not.
 
2012-09-30 05:36:38 PM

hasty ambush: gonegirl: OnlyM3: Quantum Apostrophe
* Romney and his wife, Ann, gave 29.4 percent of their income to charity in 2011


How much of that "charity" was straight into church coffers? There's a difference between "I gave money towards mental health programs" and "I gave money to help build a shiny new temple for my religion." It's not a legal difference - the IRS doesn't really care - but there are ethical implications.

Not a mormon but what does the church do with the money :

list of LDS charities

Wheelchairs
Clean Water
Emergency Response
Food
Vision Care
Neonatal resucitation training
Immunization


LDS Philanthropies

Church History

FamilySearch

Latter-day Saint Charities

Perpetual Education Fund

Missionary

Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Temple

CES: Elementary and Secondary Schools

Brigham Young University (BYU)

BYU-Hawaii

BYU-Idaho

LDS Business College

Polynesian Cultural Center


Charity Navigator, the newest of several private sector organizations that rate charities by various criteria and supply that information to the public on their web sites, found that, as of 2004, 70 percent of charities they rated spent at least 75 percent of their budgets on the programs and services they exist to provide, and 90 percent spent at least 65 percent. The median administrative expense among all charities in their sample was only 10.3 percent.

In contrast 70 cents of each dollar budgeted for government assistance (69 means tested Federal government programs) goes not to the poor, but to the members of the welfare bureaucracy and others serving the poor.

Link


a link from a rightwing think tank that rivals the Randists for ideological blinders? pass.
 
2012-09-30 05:58:45 PM

hasty ambush: Quantum Apostrophe: Ontos: I thought rich people were evil... Fark told me so.

Is she paying a retinue of fiscalists and accountants to wiggle out of paying taxes?

Is she legally not paying the taxes or not paying them like a Democrat?

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Geithner is not a Democrat.
 
2012-09-30 06:11:44 PM

hasty ambush: gonegirl: OnlyM3: Quantum Apostrophe
* Romney and his wife, Ann, gave 29.4 percent of their income to charity in 2011


How much of that "charity" was straight into church coffers? There's a difference between "I gave money towards mental health programs" and "I gave money to help build a shiny new temple for my religion." It's not a legal difference - the IRS doesn't really care - but there are ethical implications.

Not a mormon but what does the church do with the money :

list of LDS charities

Wheelchairs
Clean Water
Emergency Response
Food
Vision Care
Neonatal resucitation training
Immunization


LDS Philanthropies

Church History

FamilySearch

Latter-day Saint Charities

Perpetual Education Fund

Missionary

Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Temple

CES: Elementary and Secondary Schools

Brigham Young University (BYU)

BYU-Hawaii

BYU-Idaho

LDS Business College

Polynesian Cultural Center


Charity Navigator, the newest of several private sector organizations that rate charities by various criteria and supply that information to the public on their web sites, found that, as of 2004, 70 percent of charities they rated spent at least 75 percent of their budgets on the programs and services they exist to provide, and 90 percent spent at least 65 percent. The median administrative expense among all charities in their sample was only 10.3 percent.

In contrast 70 cents of each dollar budgeted for government assistance (69 means tested Federal government programs) goes not to the poor, but to the members of the welfare bureaucracy and others serving the poor.

Link


So most of the LDS charities are aimed towards making more Mormons via evangelism, or helping only LDS people? Color me shocked.
 
2012-09-30 06:16:57 PM

jaytkay: There are some new teaching methods. Maybe they're better methods, OK then we write a new lesson plan every decade or two. But math has not changed.


The methodology always has to shift. What the students need is different student to student and year to year, and our system sadly packages them altogether based primarily on age. Demands on teachers change, and what is required to be taught is often not plausible other than with superficial instruction. This idea I will be teaching place value on the third day of the fourth week and this will require thirty minutes is a ridiculous conception of education which several teachers fall into and parents and administrators often expect. Plus, our education of our educators does not prepare them with materials, and creating authentic learning experiences takes an enormous amount of time which requires years of effort to accrue.
 
2012-09-30 06:18:42 PM

jaytkay: GirlScoutSniper: *wipes forehead* A Georgia story I'm not embarrassed by!

Well, the best-selling dinosaur lesson plan might be "Jesus rode a dinosaur" so maybe not.


That's one thing that I'm thankful about with public education here. Well, it may depend on where she teaches! She may be in "I hear banjos" territory.
 
2012-09-30 06:26:57 PM
PSA: I love the website that this teacher is a part of and have gotten numerous lesson plans and resources from it. I keep saying that I should list my stuff and make a little extra...except I got most of it from them. Hmm...
 
2012-09-30 07:02:25 PM

deanayer: So she is the one percent but also the person we should thank if we get rich - like her - the damn plutocrat that went into teaching instead of corporate america like obama tells everyone to - but she got rich by feeding off teachers too lazy to work - who cant be fired because they are in a union - so they dont get the shaft from the "man" - while they make retirement deals we cant afford to pay - and she will collect that pension even though she is rich - and she outsourced a union car job by buying a friggen KIA - Which makes her green because it gets good mileage - while she rakes in free advertising from this article so that the rich just get richer and we get more income distribution disparity.


hammeroftruth.com

Apparently you didn't take her lesson plan on grammar.


She sounds like the greatest lousy rotten greedy wonderful helper to ever make a liberal's constantly pidgeon-holing brain explode.

Hahaha, I get it: irony. Good one!
 
2012-09-30 07:19:34 PM
Many of the comments under the story say that the money should belong to the school district and she is basically a thief ... I find this comically reverse-derp. WTF is wrong with nuts, on both sides of the spectrum?
 
2012-09-30 07:28:39 PM

Pray 4 Mojo: puppetmaster745: puppetmaster745: Self-made millionaire? No such thing. Her dad probably showed her the website she's selling the lesson plans on.

Raise her taxes.

We need to take that money so she can't give her children the opportunity to use it to unfairly benefit themselves.

Who are you talking to?


It was an afterthought.
 
2012-09-30 07:29:36 PM

Relatively Obscure: puppetmaster745: puppetmaster745: Self-made millionaire? No such thing. Her dad probably showed her the website she's selling the lesson plans on.

Raise her taxes.

We need to take that money so she can't give her children the opportunity to use it to unfairly benefit themselves.

I see you have finally found someone that understands you.


Afterthoughts, I has them.
 
2012-09-30 07:31:28 PM
She's English - you can see she can afford dentures.
 
2012-09-30 07:37:03 PM
I'd jump her .... 

dcc.vu
 
2012-09-30 07:59:22 PM

Roja Herring: OnlyM3: Lies, all lies. Everyone knows you can't be successful without a government program or unions.

If it weren't for government programs and unions, to who would she be selling these lesson plans?


That's true. She did make her money off the union teachers who are too lazy to come up with their own lesson plans.
 
2012-09-30 08:00:47 PM
She's cute. She looks like a newscaster.
 
2012-09-30 08:21:32 PM

Brubold: Roja Herring: OnlyM3: Lies, all lies. Everyone knows you can't be successful without a government program or unions.

If it weren't for government programs and unions, to who would she be selling these lesson plans?

That's true. She did make her money off the union teachers who are too lazy to come up with their own lesson plans.


Uh, Just for the record. She teaches in Georgia. No real unions.
 
2012-09-30 08:29:58 PM
Lot of butt-hurt right wingers ITT. You little cocksuckers aren't having a very good year, are you?
Feeling a little bitter, eh?
Good.
 
2012-09-30 10:50:35 PM

Vangor: ScaliaDissenting: Interesting idea, but I'd be curious what her and other teachers' employment contracts say about ownership of the IP rights in the lesson plans... (ie; work-for-hire doctrine).

Lesson plans and similar are the property of the teacher. Materials such as curriculum maps and texts designated by the school would be the property of the school. Unfortunately, many teachers routinely use textbooks and curriculum maps as the curriculum and methodology, thus lesson planning for them consists of writing down the page numbers.


Is that what teachers' employment agreements typically say? Seems odd to me, considering that most corporations require employees to automatically assign/transfer rights in IP created on company time, using company resources, etc... Then again, I guess the teachers have the unions to bargain for these sorts of terms on their behalf...
 
2012-09-30 11:11:40 PM

ScaliaDissenting: Seems odd to me, considering that most corporations require employees to automatically assign/transfer rights in IP created on company time, using company resources, etc...


If you believe lesson planning is done during normal working hours on school equipment, you've never spent a week with teachers. Planning period is used for paperwork, meetings, grading, prepping materials, etc.. Before school is for prepping materials. After school is for grading and parent meetings. There are lesson plans which are plans for a singular lesson or unit which covers materials, procedures, objectives, accommodations, etc., and lesson plans which are plans for all lessons this day or week and basically have minimal information such as page numbers. The latter get done in school, but nothing novel is generated there.
 
2012-09-30 11:44:07 PM
 
2012-10-01 12:47:05 AM

I May Be Crazy But...: Pray 4 Mojo: I May Be Crazy But...: problems like 2+(3*5)=___.

10? Right?

It's 30. 2+3=6, then 6*5=30. You must be a real moran if you couldn't get it right.


Nice try, but please excuse my dear Aunt sally.

The correct answer is 17.

2+(3*5) = 2 + 15 = 17.

PEMDAS is the order of operations--powers, exponents, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction. You have to multiply the 3 and 5 before you add 2 to anything.

This math lesson brought to you by 5th grade math class.
 
2012-10-01 12:53:11 AM

Vangor: If you believe lesson planning is done during normal working hours on school equipment, you've never spent a week with teachers. Planning period is used for paperwork, meetings, grading, prepping materials, etc.. Before school is for prepping materials. After school is for grading and parent meetings. There are lesson plans which are plans for a singular lesson or unit which covers materials, procedures, objectives, accommodations, etc., and lesson plans which are plans for all lessons this day or week and basically have minimal information such as page numbers. The latter get done in school, but nothing novel is generated there.


Your point about teachers working outside of school hours actually emphasizes how hard it would be to document whether she was on or off the clock when she created the lesson plans she intended to sell for personal profit. I don't know if it is regular practice for school teachers to log and submit their hours--I doubt it. Even if she did, using work supplies/resources and discussing these plans with other teachers at work seems likely, as does using her class as guinea pigs for the lessons.

I've signed conflict of interest as well as intellectual property agreements for several jobs, including my current job. I'd have to run something like this by administrators. Maybe she did. Professors, for example, personally profit from writing books and giving talks. Great for the professor and brings prestige to the school.
 
2012-10-01 01:11:07 AM

Another Government Employee: Brubold: Roja Herring: OnlyM3: Lies, all lies. Everyone knows you can't be successful without a government program or unions.

If it weren't for government programs and unions, to who would she be selling these lesson plans?

That's true. She did make her money off the union teachers who are too lazy to come up with their own lesson plans.

Uh, Just for the record. She teaches in Georgia. No real unions.


Contrary to what you may believe Georgia's internet does allow people to view our websites and we can see websites outside of Georgia. Just saying that perhaps it wasn't just GA teachers buying her lesson plans.
 
2012-10-01 02:42:55 AM
Jeebus... A MILF-y, successful teacher...

/I'll be in my bunk...
 
2012-10-01 03:50:57 AM

OnlyM3: Quantum Apostrophe

Ontos: I thought rich people were evil... Fark told me so.

Is she paying a retinue of fiscalists and accountants to wiggle out of paying taxes?
Set the example
* Romney and his wife, Ann, gave 29.4 percent of their income to charity in 2011
* Obama and first lady Michelle Obama gave 21.8 percent of their income to charitable organizations
* Biden and his wife, Jill, gave 1.5 percent of their income


- The Mormon Church tithe is not a charity. It's a membership fee.
- There are rare people who don't !) to issue a refund back to them for what
they gave.
- Is the charity deduction an indirect way of government funding of churches and non-profits?
 
2012-10-01 03:56:24 AM

Wingnutwillie: So she probably borrowed ideas from other teachers, they all share, and then sells them back to teachers who are unimaginative enough to teach 4-5 years olds the science of dinosaurs? Seriously, if you need help teaching 4-5 year old kids about dinosaurs get out of the business, you're doing more harm than good. This is what's wrong with education today, teachers who would pay $8 for a teaching program rather than take an hour and create one themselves.

/mother was an elementary school teacher for 40+ years.
//brother is an elementary, 15+ years.
/// teachers work 9-3, 9 months a year is complete and utter bullshiat


Teachers don't work 9-3, and as the son and brother of a teacher you should know that.
That prep you're asking teachers to do, in your first paragraph, is not done during the hours of 9-3.
Teachers take their work home with them. They prepare lessons, must stay a step or two
ahead of their own students, and then have to grade all that crap, while acting a babysitters (and sometimes
counselors) (or coaches) and navigating the political minefield of 'school district versus helicopter parents'.

It's hard work.

If your mother and brother were able to 'be teachers' only from 9 to 3, five days a week, 9 months out of the year, and then they left all that at the school and didn't bring it home................... what methods did they come up with to allow them to only be teachers doing that time?
 
2012-10-01 12:19:20 PM

Herodotus: This math lesson brought to you by 5th grade math class.


You're that guy that nobody likes to see at a party aren't you?

Why'd the chicken cross the road?
Well, it probably depends on the chicken and the specific circumstances, and anyway, the more pressing problem is how the chicken was able to get loose and cause a traffic hazard.
 
2012-10-01 05:56:23 PM
I'd give her an A.

By which, I mean that I'd give it to her in the A.

by which I mean anus.
 
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