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(Daily Mail)   15-year-old arrested after smoking hot teacher put out   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 80
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2013-11-27 06:19:27 PM

wildcardjack: I don't know if 23 year olds should be teaching high school. Makes it hard to tell staff from students.


In my high school, my (smikin' hot) art teacher was about 23 or so. She once got a detention slip from the assistant principal for being in the hall during class without a pass. She let him issue it before she explained she was a teacher and not a student. She became a bit of a hero that semester.

/CSB
 
2013-11-27 06:31:54 PM

boyvoyeur: Johnsnownw: The boyfriend looks like a raging douche-bag.


raping douch-bag?
 
2013-11-27 06:41:24 PM

oldwolf49: WTF is wrong with kids today.............I mean we drank a lot of alcohol in my day, maybe that's why we didn't do this kind of crap in the 70's.


I was too stoned.
 
2013-11-27 06:50:59 PM
Great job Subby.

img.fark.net
 
2013-11-27 07:01:57 PM

rkiller1: I wonder if any of the helpful fire-fighting kids copped a feel?
/She's hot enough.
//Fire in the hole


I think one boy was told repeatedly by her that it is the back of her shirt that was burning and the fire is out.  We will know for sure in a few years when he gets his TotalFark subscription.   It will be his csb.
 
2013-11-27 07:06:29 PM
I heart this headline, subby.
 
2013-11-27 07:09:14 PM
The kid is already done for, just take him out back and shoot him. Save us decades of dealing with the little fark via the courts and prison system, and probably save a few lives as well.

Also...

More: Scary, improvised firearm, house of horrors, Gabriela Penalba, FBI agents, Lostprophets, Beatle George Harrison, Nigella Lawson

WTF?
 
2013-11-27 07:11:26 PM
hasty ambush:Plus she could not even teach her boyfriend not to wear his hat like a douchebag

I found that lately the flat-billed caps worn skewed a little bit to the side has replaced curved-billed caps worn backwards as the douchebag headwear of choice.

Neo-douche:

rightwaypromotions.net
 
2013-11-27 07:24:20 PM
Yeah, this is HOTY material.
 
2013-11-27 07:28:08 PM
Hott Hotty is HOTY, Honies & Homies!
 
2013-11-27 07:47:11 PM

scottydoesntknow: Wow, she actually is hot.


Teachers at my high school were hot like that.  In 1958 when the school opened.
 
2013-11-27 08:02:50 PM
In late.
Great headline.
 
2013-11-27 08:13:26 PM

ReapTheChaos: wildcardjack: I don't know if 23 year olds should be teaching high school. Makes it hard to tell staff from students.

This. Seems like they're just asking for trouble on that one
.


Yeah - seems like they would be more selective about who they hire, what with the droves of people who are lined up wanting to be schoolteachers.
I think what attracts so many is a combination of the outrageous pay and the huge esteem that our society holds education in, as part of America's larger embrace of the human intellect. We really respect teachers in America, and treat them well.
In some place we even allow them to have unions - although we are rethinking that one - we don't want to go crazy with all the perks we lavish on teachers, y'know.
 
2013-11-27 08:38:03 PM
Does America learn about all of its sordid small town tales from Britain's Daily Mail?
 
2013-11-27 08:41:14 PM
subby, that was par excellence
 
2013-11-27 08:46:41 PM

jso2897: ReapTheChaos: wildcardjack: I don't know if 23 year olds should be teaching high school. Makes it hard to tell staff from students.

This. Seems like they're just asking for trouble on that one
.

Yeah - seems like they would be more selective about who they hire, what with the droves of people who are lined up wanting to be schoolteachers.
I think what attracts so many is a combination of the outrageous pay and the huge esteem that our society holds education in, as part of America's larger embrace of the human intellect. We really respect teachers in America, and treat them well.
In some place we even allow them to have unions - although we are rethinking that one - we don't want to go crazy with all the perks we lavish on teachers, y'know.


Well most places teachers do make a decent living, with starting salaries between 35-45 k, which is more than a lot of people fresh out of college make. They also typically have more people applying then are open positions. I know that doesn't fit in with your view of things so feel free to keep thinking what you want.
 
2013-11-27 08:49:18 PM
Why does the law protect violent kids? Is age really that much of a big deal? "Ooooh he's below 18 years old, he cannot be responsible like an adult!"

If the kid has the brain power to think of doing something criminally violent, then he should also be punished accordingly. He did it by his own will. There's only so much parents can do, but in the end nobody has total control of anyone, not even your own children. You can teach them the difference between right and wrong, why you shouldn't do certain things, but as long as each person has an individual mind, they will only follow what they think is acceptable. In this case, the kid thought it's ok to set his teacher on fire. This kind of crime has to be taken seriously. The teacher could have burned to death or even suffered severe burns and deformity. You don't do that that kind of crap to anyone.
 
2013-11-27 09:41:54 PM
Is this the definition of thread shiatting?

www.freakingnews.com
 
2013-11-27 10:49:32 PM

LewDux: Would extinguish


..Would provide burn ointment.
 
2013-11-27 11:22:20 PM
 
2013-11-27 11:25:25 PM
Didn't anybody notice the great headline?

/Magnificent
 
2013-11-27 11:36:20 PM
+1, you got me.
 
2013-11-28 12:18:40 AM

farkingismybusiness: Photo of the suspect.


Sit down, Waldo...
 
2013-11-28 12:19:41 AM

I_C_Weener: farkingismybusiness: Photo of the suspect.

Sit down Waldo!


Dammit.....
 
2013-11-28 12:23:36 AM

lewismarktwo: Forget his hat, look at his farking FACE


A rather fine example of backpfeifengesicht, in my opinion.
 
2013-11-28 01:41:09 AM

AirForceVet: Cool headline. I wasn't expecting the story to take that twist.

/*golf clap*


THUS
 
2013-11-28 10:41:14 AM
hasty ambush:
Plus she could not even teach her boyfriend not to wear his hat like a douchebag

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x465]


At least he has the special douchebag model without the thing that gives him a semilunar sunburn on his forehead.
 
2013-11-28 10:42:43 AM

MBooda: hasty ambush: wildcardjack: I don't know if 23 year olds should be teaching high school. Makes it hard to tell staff from students.


One of my favorite high school teachers was a young new chemistry teacher.   She even let us call her by her first name.    She used to get in line with us at lunch and pay the student price before one of her coworkers ratted her out to the lunch ladies.
 
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2013-11-28 02:57:01 PM

rnatalie: MBooda: hasty ambush: wildcardjack: I don't know if 23 year olds should be teaching high school. Makes it hard to tell staff from students.

One of my favorite high school teachers was a young new chemistry teacher.   She even let us call her by her first name.    She used to get in line with us at lunch and pay the student price before one of her coworkers ratted her out to the lunch ladies.


Heh. Faculty dining room usually gets different, better food than the students get, and if a member of the staff wants student food the cafeteria staff will retrieve it from the adjoining kitchen, and they only get charged student prices for it anyway. There was no good reason for her to go through the student line.

She really should have maintained more distance from the students, as it would have been extremely easy for there to have been accusations of impropriety that she couldn't have easily defended against. Such accusations wouldn't necessarily be enough to lead to prosecution, but could lead to being terminated or having one's career stall out.

Sounds to me like she had some lingering issues.
 
2013-11-28 09:17:23 PM
No faculty dining room (teachers could take the trays to their own classrooms or to the faculty lounge) but the food was identical except the student lunches were subsidized where the adults paid the full price.
 
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