ZAZ: That shining orb is a well documented health risk, so much that daily advisories warn people about the current danger level.
Pocket Ninja: Jesus, you people, do I have to do everything?Link
hubiestubert: As a manager, I often tell folks to take "Well Days" because sometimes it's just too damn nice to come to work. So long as I get some notice, I am good with that. Good on 'em...
MarkEC: That is what I thought of first when I read the article, although I didn't remember the name.
Walker: Rarely is the question asked "Is our children learning"?Spoiler: No, they aren't. Cause they got the day off. Cause it's sunny./facepalm
kvinesknows: holy crap.. educatorsthat are not assholes
darth_badger: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 400x276]Approves of the power of the Sun.
derpy: We had one or two "Headmaster's Days" per year
JusticeandIndependence: If you've ever lived in the Pacific Northwest you would understand completely why this private school chose to do that.There is a reason Lewis and Clark named it cape foul weather. (Cape disappointment now)
GleeUnit: In Western Washington, we take our nice weather seriously this time of year. We normally plan for rain until the 5th of July, so any time the sun comes out from behind the clouds, everybody drops everything and goes outside to enjoy it. This year has been just about the best start to spring/summer that I can remember, so it was only a matter of time before somebody officially sanctioned a sun break.
NutWrench: Obligatory Almost Live: Summer in Seattle clip (youtube, SFW)
FunkOut: It burns! The yellow face, it burns us!
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