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(NBC 12 Richmond)   Elementary school special-education teacher arrested for heroin. You'd hit it -- the teacher not the H   (nbc12.com ) divider line
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2013-01-18 09:39:20 AM  
Hit it? I'd have to check out her Chest-erfield


/damn cropped photos
 
2013-01-18 09:52:13 AM  
I like pie!
 
2013-01-18 10:06:34 AM  
Eh, a little bit of heroin never killed anyone.
 
2013-01-18 10:30:15 AM  

Marcintosh: It comes from looking at the fat bastard of a super collecting 250k for being a general contractor, your union rep hitting on you every time they see you, dealing with mouth breathing helicopter parents, listening to little snowflakes on hormone overload and opening your mail the last week of every month and looking at the latest installment on your 20 year college debt.
I think they're pretty strong considering hardly any teachers commit active suicide.


"Things are different today," I hear every teacher say.
 
2013-01-18 10:30:34 AM  

Sybarite: Heroin is so passé.

/hey, hey


Never thought you'd be a junkie
 
2013-01-18 10:54:23 AM  

Marcintosh: whizbangthedirtfarmer: BigBooper: whizbangthedirtfarmer: Special ed teachers need all the help they can get to make it through the day.

When I was much younger, I worked briefly for a packing company where about 50% of the employees were developmentally disabled to one degree or another. They would pare the normal people with a handicapped person. (were a team, YEA!) Hey, it's mindless work, so why not give it to the mindless. Anyways, If they had drug tested us, they would have found 90% of us were using something. How can you not pack tampons into a box by hand while your "partner", who has the mental ability of a five year old, talks ALL FARKING DAY if your not stoned out of your mind.

God, I had nearly erased that memory with excessive alcohol use.

/yes, I'm sure I was one of the "normal" employees

I worked in an elementary school across the hall from the special ed teacher. I had some special ed students in my class. After a few years of teaching, I discovered I was pretty much the only teacher in the entire building that was not on anti-depressants, drank heavily, or took anti-anxiety meds. Hell, my wife is still a teacher, and she's had to throw in the towel after several years of teaching and get a prescrip for an anti-anxiety med.

It would be interesting to see just how many teachers on all levels are medicated or self-medicating when they get home. I would guess well over half.

It comes from looking at the fat bastard of a super collecting 250k for being a general contractor, your union rep hitting on you every time they see you, dealing with mouth breathing helicopter parents, listening to little snowflakes on hormone overload and opening your mail the last week of every month and looking at the latest installment on your 20 year college debt.
I think they're pretty strong considering hardly any teachers commit active suicide.


We worked in a school that was in the middle of a very rural area. The only entertainment was booze or sex or meth. Most of the teachers lived a half an hour away, maybe more, and, every year, we were all assured that some kid would be killed or that a kid's family member would go on a killing spree. The only year I remember we didn't have one parent murdering the other or their mistress, or some kid getting killed by their parent, or some weird accident, was the time when a kindergartener or first grader was in the back seat with no child seat and unbuckled as the mom drove home drunk. They wrecked, naturally, and the kid was thrown free and suffered permanent brain damage.

In my first year, we had a kid burn to death in a trailer fire because all they had were space heaters. Another year, a mom killed the father and then shot his kid from another marriage just for spite.

I managed to keep myself intact by keeping in mind that I didn't HAVE to do this, that I was still young enough that the usual reasons teachers feel like they have to stay--built-up pensions, insurance, seniority--didn't affect me. At the end of my third year, I left teaching public ed and never looked back. I still see some of the teachers from that school. Almost all of them are on some type of meds, and more than a few are thinking of quitting the profession entirely.

/yes, still have student loans, but only $150 per month
//small price to pay
 
2013-01-18 11:00:57 AM  
Ah, the southside of Richmond - where men know more about the carburetor than the clitoris....
 
2013-01-18 11:25:25 AM  
How do you afford any drugs on a teacher's salary?
 
2013-01-18 11:29:01 AM  
To Subby,

Sir, you sleep with pigs.
 
2013-01-18 11:39:42 AM  

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Marcintosh: whizbangthedirtfarmer: BigBooper: whizbangthedirtfarmer: Special ed teachers need all the help they can get to make it through the day.

When I was much younger, I worked briefly for a packing company where about 50% of the employees were developmentally disabled to one degree or another. They would pare the normal people with a handicapped person. (were a team, YEA!) Hey, it's mindless work, so why not give it to the mindless. Anyways, If they had drug tested us, they would have found 90% of us were using something. How can you not pack tampons into a box by hand while your "partner", who has the mental ability of a five year old, talks ALL FARKING DAY if your not stoned out of your mind.

God, I had nearly erased that memory with excessive alcohol use.

/yes, I'm sure I was one of the "normal" employees

I worked in an elementary school across the hall from the special ed teacher. I had some special ed students in my class. After a few years of teaching, I discovered I was pretty much the only teacher in the entire building that was not on anti-depressants, drank heavily, or took anti-anxiety meds. Hell, my wife is still a teacher, and she's had to throw in the towel after several years of teaching and get a prescrip for an anti-anxiety med.

It would be interesting to see just how many teachers on all levels are medicated or self-medicating when they get home. I would guess well over half.

It comes from looking at the fat bastard of a super collecting 250k for being a general contractor, your union rep hitting on you every time they see you, dealing with mouth breathing helicopter parents, listening to little snowflakes on hormone overload and opening your mail the last week of every month and looking at the latest installment on your 20 year college debt.
I think they're pretty strong considering hardly any teachers commit active suicide.

We worked in a school that was in the middle of a very rural area. The only entertainment was booze or sex ...


Well aren't you just a party!
 
2013-01-18 11:40:10 AM  

ObscureNameHere: poot42: Rev. Skarekroe: Cork on Fork: BigBooper: whizbangthedirtfarmer: Special ed teachers need all the help they can get to make it through the day.

When I was much younger, I worked briefly for a packing company where about 50% of the employees were developmentally disabled to one degree or another. They would pare pair pear pehr phayrh potatoe the normal people with a handicapped person. (were a team, YEA!) Hey, it's mindless work, so why not give it to the mindless. Anyways, If they had drug tested us, they would have found 90% of us were using something. How can you not pack tampons into a box by hand while your "partner", who has the mental ability of a five year old, talks ALL FARKING DAY if your not stoned out of your mind.

God, I had nearly erased that memory with excessive alcohol use.

/yes, I'm sure I was one of the "normal" employees


/got nuthin'

Had smoethin', but we're gettin' ta da bottom.

 
2013-01-18 02:51:38 PM  
Standards. subby needs em.
 
2013-01-18 07:39:25 PM  
actually, if she is a special ed teacher, then she is very much a heroine..she saves the rest of us from those retards
 
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