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(Chron)   Today's smoking hot teacher having sex story...wait, the teacher actually reported the affair cause the student tried to blackmail her? Well, damn   (chron.com) divider line 118
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2013-03-27 07:34:46 AM  

Not_The_Target_Market: Kahtanna?
[www.coldweapon.org image 450x323]



It cuts like a knife, but it feels so right.
 
2013-03-27 07:35:54 AM  

MythDragon: He also said he had lived at her apartment intermittently from the middle of April until the end of November.

dafuc?
The parents were cool with this, or did they not notice their teenage son had moved out?


Came here to ask this. Maybe he just stacked some pillows under his sheets and left a looped tape of himself snoring?
 
2013-03-27 07:35:58 AM  

Tat'dGreaser: Is a teaching position the new go to for crazy white chicks?


What page of the Kama Sutra is that on?
 
2013-03-27 07:36:20 AM  

dragonchild: Z-clipped: In all seriousness though, isn't salary generally determined by education level?

Nope, AFAIK it's more closely correlated with property values and politics.  Wealthy liberal suburbs may be receptive to paying all teachers a living wage, but if you work in Fox Nutwork country you could be teaching trust fund babies for peanuts while half the district's payroll goes to the football coach.  With poverty-stricken areas you're screwed either way, as there's no money to pay you.


Well, yes... of course.  I meant relative salary within a particular district.

CouldaWouldShoulda: Z-clipped: Confirmed. It's also "currently unavailable", just like I assume you would be if you owned one. ; )

Well it's probably not appropriate for a first date...no.


"Hi, you've reached CouldaShouldaWoulda.  I can't come to the phone right now, because my woman's legs are wrapped around my head.  If she ever lets me out of bed, I'll be sure to call you back.  BEEP."

NickelP: So for example if you are a teaching music to first second and third graders you get the same compensation bump for getting your phd as a teacher that teaches AP Calculus, Physics, and Statistics. That is why you see so many teachers with masters degrees, it is an instant raise and its not even that hard to get.


That's what I thought.  Thanks.
 
2013-03-27 07:36:50 AM  
She will probably get a slap on the hand and hopefully he will do a few years behind bars.
 
2013-03-27 07:37:26 AM  

ChubbyTiger: It's an abuse of authority, not sexual abuse. Fired, yes. Jailed, no.


Yea this

The Muthaship: What page of the Kama Sutra is that on?


Page.........69. OHHHHHHH YEEEEAAAAAAAA
 
2013-03-27 07:38:02 AM  

Tat'dGreaser: Page.........69. OHHHHHHH YEEEEAAAAAAAA


I'll set 'em up, you knock 'em down.
 
2013-03-27 07:39:23 AM  

The Muthaship: Tat'dGreaser: Page.........69. OHHHHHHH YEEEEAAAAAAAA

I'll set 'em up, you knock 'em down.


BOOM


Oh and what's with all the flipping out of the kid? There is no proof that he blackmailed her, you guys know that right? She came out with the blackmail bullsh*t so he came out with some over the top "she gave me weed!" sh*t. She'll get fired and that's all that will happen.
 
2013-03-27 07:41:45 AM  

NickelP: The wages also completely ignore the private sector compensation. The market value for someone with a PHD in math for example is incredibly higher than someone with one in say philosophy. Without even considering the subjects they teach, this creates an enormous problem because the highly skilled teacher with the better degree would opt for the private sector because he will be paid on the same level as the less in demand degree.


Some counties do offer specific incentives to attract teachers they need, though.  I know that Philadelphia school district was offering the moon for Math and Physics teachers when I was living there about 10 years ago.
 
2013-03-27 07:42:07 AM  

Tat'dGreaser: There is no proof that he blackmailed her, you guys know that right?


If we have to wait for proof, they might as well close Fark.
 
2013-03-27 07:42:21 AM  
NickelP:

It would also be nice if we could finally articulate that a high school AP Physics teacher may deserve a bit more compensation, and be expected to have a bit more qualifications, than a 2nd grade art teacher......

What next, you're going to take away the MacBook Pro that I use to schedule my kindergarten class's post graham cracker nap time?  Those sleepy mats won't distribute themselves you know.
 
2013-03-27 07:43:37 AM  

The Muthaship: If we have to wait for proof, they might as well close Fark.


Well that's a good point right there
 
2013-03-27 07:48:53 AM  

Z-clipped: My AP History teacher was addressed as "Doc"


Your history teacher was a pretentious dork.  My boss has a PhD.  You'd never know it, because he doesn't use the title at all.  Ever.

After all, I don't use my titles (King of Morse, U-boat Commander of Love, Archer, Artillerist).  Doing so means you're insecure.
 
2013-03-27 07:52:36 AM  
So many of these stories.  Is it something with the teachers, the students, or both?  It's almost like the students are irresistable to the teachers.

/cue up Robert Palmer's "Simply Irresistable"
 
2013-03-27 07:53:48 AM  
So, it wasn't a typo....
 
2013-03-27 07:54:30 AM  

Not_The_Target_Market: Kahtanna?
[www.coldweapon.org image 450x323]


images4.wikia.nocookie.net ?
 
2013-03-27 07:57:01 AM  

quickdraw: I met my husband when I was 38 and he was 24. For 6 months we barely came up for air.


Go on...

NickelP: I'm upper 20's. I know exactly 1 person who went to college with the intention of teaching. I know a lot who got tired of sending out a shiat ton of apps and decided teaching beat the fark out of starbucks.

Wait, what? Seriously? I mean, it's been almost a decade since I worked at Starbucks and, based on a teacher friend's ... uh, comments about his job, I think I would take Starbucks. At least the insurance [used to be? is?] better.

I ALMOST went the teacher route in college, last minute. I'm glad I never did. Now, if you'll excuse me, I've got end users' demands to satisfy.
/giggity
 
2013-03-27 07:59:12 AM  

Kirzania: At least the insurance [used to be? is?] better.


Starbucks offers better insurance than teachers get?  Highly unlikely.  At least in my area, teachers have Cadillac insurance plans.  Always have.

NEA ain't nuthin' to f*ck with...
 
2013-03-27 08:05:09 AM  

dittybopper: Your history teacher was a pretentious dork.


No argument here.  Of course, he wasn't as bad as the EdD they got to run the theater dept at that school, who insisted on being called "Doctor Anderson".  I don't think he ever defended a thesis, and had a chip because of it.
 
2013-03-27 08:06:13 AM  

The Muthaship: Starbucks offers better insurance than teachers get? Highly unlikely. At least in my area, teachers have Cadillac insurance plans. Always have.


I don't know how true that is for Houston-based teachers. My first gig out of college had the most abysmal insurance plan. My husband had to keep 20 hrs/week at Starbucks just to keep the insurance... It was spectacular.
 
2013-03-27 08:06:46 AM  
i140.photobucket.com
 
2013-03-27 08:11:27 AM  

dready zim: JackalRabbit: its bad enough that it was a teacher/student relationship, but to have it be a white famale/black male relationship eally takes the cake.

why?


'cause it's _suburban_ Houston. In HISD, no big whoop.
 
2013-03-27 08:13:36 AM  

LiteWerk: So many of these stories.  Is it something with the teachers, the students, or both?  It's almost like the students are irresistable to the teachers.

/cue up Robert Palmer's "Simply Irresistable"


Im starting to think its just people being people.
 
2013-03-27 08:14:04 AM  

Mentat: Someone should start an escort service where 18 year old men dress up as teenagers and service desperate middle aged teachers.


I tried, banks just aren't loaning money like they used too these days
 
2013-03-27 08:16:42 AM  

quickdraw: hammettman: Apparently, Ms. Culp is culpable.

dammit


double dammit
 
2013-03-27 08:18:51 AM  

NickelP: NickelP: dragonchild: Z-clipped: In all seriousness though, isn't salary generally determined by education level?

Nope, AFAIK it's more closely correlated with property values and politics.  Wealthy liberal suburbs may be receptive to paying all teachers a living wage, but if you work in Fox Nutwork country you could be teaching trust fund babies for peanuts while half the district's payroll goes to the football coach.  With poverty-stricken areas you're screwed either way, as there's no money to pay you.

education level is tied to it a lot but that doesn't always make sense.  Maybe the ap physics teacher we mentioned could benefit from a masters or phd.  The wage scales are set by tenure and education though.  So for example if you are a teaching music to first second and third graders you get the same compensation bump for getting your phd as a teacher that teaches AP Calculus, Physics, and Statistics.  That is why you see so many teachers with masters degrees, it is an instant raise and its not even that hard to get.

The wages also completely ignore the private sector compensation.  The market value for someone with a PHD in math for example is incredibly higher than someone with one in say philosophy.  Without even considering the subjects they teach, this creates an enormous problem because the highly skilled teacher with the better degree would opt for the private sector because he will be paid on the same level as the less in demand degree.

We also have been tied to the thought that a degree is an accurate measure of teaching ability and proficiency at your subject.  Maybe someone with a bach degree and 20 years experience as a structural engineer makes a better physics teacher than a 25 year old with a fresh physics PHD?  The compensation difference in huge between them though.


This is not a thing. Try 28-29, if they're lucky.  Anything lower is ridiculous, and they're not working for a high school, that's for sure.
 
2013-03-27 08:20:57 AM  

MythDragon: She said she wanted to end it, but the boy did not want to

Well, duh, he's getting laid.

Obviously this poor boy has been damaged by all the sex he was getting and will need years of counsling. This teacher needs to be put to death for all the mental anguish she caused him.


He also said he had lived at her apartment intermittently from the middle of April until the end of November.

dafuc?
The parents were cool with this, or did they not notice their teenage son had moved out?


He was black. They figured he was either in jail or on the corner slinging rock.
 
2013-03-27 08:21:28 AM  
So, what we've learned so far is that teachers have sex with their students until they get caught, and they get paid too much, especially the ones who teach subjects/ages that are not as important as the other subjects/ages. Also, Starbucks and insurance coverage results may vary.
So, teachers are greedy and horny? Why can't we just have the schools hire nuns or something?
 
2013-03-27 08:23:44 AM  

Warlordtrooper: So the kid is going to be charged with blackmail right?


You're a funny guy.
 
2013-03-27 08:30:08 AM  

kgloverfl: He was black. They figured he was either in jail or on the corner slinging rock.


Where did you find that?  I didn't see anything in the article saying that he's black.
 
2013-03-27 08:32:56 AM  
media1.break.com
I'd hit it.
 
2013-03-27 08:34:26 AM  
It's almost as if teenagers and teachers are reading these stories and thinking "yeah, they got caught, but I won't".  No, you are not as farking smart as you think you are.  But shiat, when's someone gonna realize that people's desires ain't always gonna be balanced out by society and culture?  Calling the neuroanthropologist on the white courtesy phone...
 
2013-03-27 08:35:05 AM  
strangeluck:
She's actually kinda cute, I'd hit it.

You're too old!
 
2013-03-27 08:42:26 AM  
Wouldn't a simple mea Culpa suffice?
 
2013-03-27 08:49:02 AM  
I hate these stories where the idiot kid, allegedly here, farks up a good thing by doing something stupid. Just keep your farking mouth shut and enjoy it. If she wants to end it, chalk it up to "well, I got laid", and move on.

I had a friend who was banging our trainer our entire senior year of high school. We didn't find out until months after we graduated. Why? Because he kept his mouth shut and just enjoyed a good thing while it lasted.
 
2013-03-27 08:50:51 AM  

dittybopper: After all, I don't use my titles (King of Morse, U-boat Commander of Love, Archer, Artillerist).


Do some people call you Maurice?
 
2013-03-27 08:51:25 AM  

CouldaWouldShoulda: quickdraw: I met my husband when I was 38 and he was 24. For 6 months we barely came up for air.

With a nose snorkel, he never has to!

/I assume it's been invented
//If not, I call dibs
///slashies!


nursemyra.files.wordpress.com

Not a snorkel, but fun just the same!
 
2013-03-27 09:02:45 AM  
I originally had majored in Education before I changed majors at the last second. Even back then there were numerous discussions in class about what was an appropriate relationship with students and what was beyond being readily available and accessible. Granted, this was in the Nineties, and social media has changed all that, but I see she had a Twitter account and was actively tweeting with students back and forth. I'm not sure my take on this, but it's possible that it's a tad much. I remember my nephew had a band teacher with a Twitter account and if I'm not mistaken the administration kind of urged him out of that idea, maybe even made a rule about that for teachers. It's kind of like the undercover cop thing works I guess... I mean, how far in are you willing to let yourself go? This one went all the way in. No pun intended.
 
2013-03-27 09:05:07 AM  

stonicus: CouldaWouldShoulda: quickdraw: I met my husband when I was 38 and he was 24. For 6 months we barely came up for air.

With a nose snorkel, he never has to!

/I assume it's been invented
//If not, I call dibs
///slashies!

[nursemyra.files.wordpress.com image 245x400]

Not a snorkel, but fun just the same!


Um NSFW?
 
2013-03-27 09:12:51 AM  

dragonchild: Z-clipped: In all seriousness though, isn't salary generally determined by education level?

Nope, AFAIK it's more closely correlated with property values and politics.  Wealthy liberal suburbs may be receptive to paying all teachers a living wage, but if you work in Fox Nutwork country you could be teaching trust fund babies for peanuts while half the district's payroll goes to the football coach.  With poverty-stricken areas you're screwed either way, as there's no money to pay you.


That's a lot of ignorance in one post.
 
2013-03-27 09:12:54 AM  

hammettman: Apparently, Ms. Culp is.....{puts on glasses}...culpable.


media.comicvine.com

Fixed that for ya
 
2013-03-27 09:13:18 AM  
The documents state an investigation into the allegations against Culp came to light on Dec. 14 when she told the principal at the Spring Branch Independent School District campus about her relationship with the teen.


Merry Christmas!
 
2013-03-27 09:13:34 AM  
She is charged with "  improper relationship with a student".
All you lawyers out there in farkdom lay into this question.
If she moved out of state would she be extradited back for such a charge? is it a felony? She was not charged with rape or childendangerment. She could use the defense that she "fled" the state to avoid the blackmail of an abusive little twat banger. If this is a good way to bang and run then perhaps we could start a network of underground railroad hideouts for juicy redheads,tawdry brunettes and sinful sexy bodacious blond  teachers. The R.B. & B. network. To hell with the bald chicks.
 
2013-03-27 09:15:26 AM  

stonicus: CouldaWouldShoulda: quickdraw: I met my husband when I was 38 and he was 24. For 6 months we barely came up for air.

With a nose snorkel, he never has to!

/I assume it's been invented
//If not, I call dibs
///slashies!

[nursemyra.files.wordpress.com image 245x400]

Not a snorkel, but fun just the same!


NSFW!  But thanks for getting me all worked up wat work...I'm having trouble sliding my chair all the way up to my desk now.
 
2013-03-27 09:16:56 AM  

doglover: Mentat: Someone should start an escort service where 18 year old men dress up as teenagers and service desperate middle aged teachers.

18 year old men dress up "as teenagers" ?

Think about that for a minute.


Well, they'd have to be non-students with respect to the state in question, or in some states the district in question, since that's the actual law being violated, not statutory rape, in most cases.

Also, they'd only have to be 17.  17 is the AoC in Texas, not 18.  Like the vast majority of the US.


jcb274: This is not a thing. Try 28-29, if they're lucky.  Anything lower is ridiculous, and they're not working for a high school, that's for sure.


I couldn't drink at my grad school orientation, and a straight PhD program can be as little as 4 years, depending on what specifically you're doing.  25 isn't unheard of for someone that went straight in from undergrad.  Somewhat unusual, though, yes, especially from institutions that make you get a master's first.
 
2013-03-27 09:27:37 AM  
According to the documents, Culp refused to provide a voluntary statement about the case to investigators, saying she needed to seek legal counsel.

LOL. That ship's done sailed, sweety!

Protip for teachers: seek legal counsel before admitting to the principal that the student you've been screwing is now blackmailing you. He might have some good advice for you!

WTF was she thinking? That the principle was going to somehow help her deal with the situation? What an idiot.
 
2013-03-27 09:29:10 AM  
bugontherug: WTF was she thinking? That the principle principal was going to somehow help her deal with the situation? What an idiot.

Ug.
 
2013-03-27 09:29:13 AM  

quickdraw: AbbeySomeone: quickdraw: Arthur Jumbles: quickdraw: NickelP: Mentat: doglover: Mentat: Someone should start an escort service where 18 year old men dress up as teenagers and service desperate middle aged teachers.

18 year old men dress up "as teenagers" ?

Think about that for a minute.

Yeah, legally they're adults, which was kind of the point.

Reread what you wrote carefully

Can we dispense with the semantics get back to discussing the details of servicing the middle aged teachers?

Kahtanna Culp, 29, is charged with improper relationship with a student, according to court records.

I really don't think 29 has been considered middle aged since the Middle Ages.

You are soooo missing the point here.

29 is the gateway to the dirty 30's when women go into their sexual peaks. IIRC the energy is similiar to a teenage boy. Middle aged is 40 or 50.
Good on the teacher for lawyering up.

*sighs wistfully

I met my husband when I was 38 and he was 24. For 6 months we barely came up for air.



I didn't marry her, but.. Sex Weekends were fun.  Stock up on food and Gatorade and you're good to go!

Sort of a "cry uncle" marathon where you see who's parts chaff to bleeding first.  Good times, good times.
 
2013-03-27 09:32:54 AM  

swangoatman: he is charged with " improper relationship with a student".
All you lawyers out there in farkdom lay into this question.
If she moved out of state would she be extradited back for such a charge?


Yes.

is it a felony?

Yes.

She was not charged with rape or childendangerment. She could use the defense that she "fled" the state to avoid the blackmail of an abusive little twat banger.

No.

If this is a good way to bang and run

It's not.

then perhaps we could start a network of underground railroad hideouts for juicy redheads,tawdry brunettes and sinful sexy bodacious blond teachers. The R.B. & B. network. To hell with the bald chicks.

Focus on this. It could happen.
 
2013-03-27 09:41:00 AM  

stonicus: CouldaWouldShoulda: quickdraw: I met my husband when I was 38 and he was 24. For 6 months we barely came up for air.

With a nose snorkel, he never has to!

/I assume it's been invented
//If not, I call dibs
///slashies!

[nursemyra.files.wordpress.com image 245x400]

Not a snorkel, but fun just the same!


Ummm....Ive never really had the urge to see inside that...
 
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