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(KTVB Boise)   Student expelled for trying to get extra credit in home ec   (ktvb.com ) divider line
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2013-12-04 04:19:36 PM  

jonathan_L: walkerhound: Blues_X: And the big questions... would he choose to use beans or not?

And what kind of beans would he use?

Duh, it's Idaho. He'll be using potatoes.

/I keed.



Duh, it's Washington.
 
2013-12-04 04:20:13 PM  
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You people are slacking.
/disappoint
 
2013-12-04 05:07:13 PM  

bratface: jonathan_L: walkerhound: Blues_X: And the big questions... would he choose to use beans or not?

And what kind of beans would he use?

Duh, it's Idaho. He'll be using potatoes.

/I keed.


Duh, it's Washington.


That's what happens when you potato too much
 
2013-12-04 05:36:17 PM  

blatz514: Some one has a new cook book coming out this Christmas!


www.movieactors.com
"I love that guy!"

 
2013-12-04 05:46:43 PM  

EvilEgg: sigdiamond2000: "He licked the blade twice. He turned and said 'I'm going to chop you up into chili and make your friends eat it.' I was scared and I thought he was actually going to do it.

Most painful to the parents, however, was that their daughter was left wondering for so long whether that boy might try to make good on his threat.

I sincerely doubt a 13-year-old boy knows how to make chili. It's pretty complicated, actually. That's why those cook-offs are so competitive.

Chili is easy, put meat, spices and tomatoes in a pot and cook the shiat out of it.  Good chili, is a little harder, but if you are starting with long pig I don't think you are going for flavor.



FTFM
 
2013-12-04 06:01:51 PM  

blatz514: "He licked the blade twice. He turned and said 'I'm going to chop you up into chili and make your friends eat it.' I was scared and I thought he was actually going to do it."

Some one has a new cook book coming out this Christmas!


Lil' Dhamer was my immediate though too.
 
2013-12-04 06:16:06 PM  
Headline fixed. Now my previous post makes no sense.
 
pla
2013-12-04 06:18:44 PM  
FTA: Monroe School District officials said the suspect was removed from class, disarmed and emergency expelled within 10 minutes of the girl's report.

So, it takes nothing more than one unsubstantiated claim to ruin your classmates entire lives now? Wow. In situations like this I often say that I feel immensely relieved to have gotten the fark out of the prison-educational complex before the modern era of paranoia...

But this one, I really think I could have had sooo much fun with!


/ I sincerely worried about my safety every goddamned day, you poor little marshmallow.
// Cry me a frickin' river, princess.
 
pla
2013-12-04 06:24:40 PM  
sigdiamond2000 : I sincerely doubt a 13-year-old boy knows how to make chili. It's pretty complicated, actually. That's why those cook-offs are so competitive.

No, those cook-offs are so competitive because everyone considers their own stupidly complicated way of making chili as the best. Ground beef, kidney beans, tomato paste, and tomato chunks in equal parts; half as much onion.  Garlic, chili powder, and salt to taste (in my case, LOTS of each). Cook forever. Done.
 
2013-12-04 06:35:17 PM  

pla: FTA: Monroe School District officials said the suspect was removed from class, disarmed and emergency expelled within 10 minutes of the girl's report.

So, it takes nothing more than one unsubstantiated claim to ruin your classmates entire lives now? Wow. In situations like this I often say that I feel immensely relieved to have gotten the fark out of the prison-educational complex before the modern era of paranoia...

But this one, I really think I could have had sooo much fun with!


/ I sincerely worried about my safety every goddamned day, you poor little marshmallow.
// Cry me a frickin' river, princess.


So the fact that he was disarmed (meaning he had the knife in question) doesn't even register in your ludicrous position on this particular story? Can't say I'm suprised, we Farkers are notorious for seeing what we want to see.

/get over your childhood, I can't stand that farking mentality
//I had it a bajillion times harder than you, therefor no one anywhere should ever try to report being bullied or threatened
 
pla
2013-12-04 06:42:11 PM  
mooseyfate : So the fact that he was disarmed (meaning he had the knife in question)

"You keep using that word; I do not think it means what you think it means"
 
2013-12-04 06:57:46 PM  

pla: mooseyfate : So the fact that he was disarmed (meaning he had the knife in question)

"You keep using that word; I do not think it means what you think it means"


You're right. I'm sure they ripped his arms off.
 
2013-12-04 07:23:22 PM  

pla: / I sincerely worried about my safety every goddamned day, you poor little marshmallow.
// Cry me a frickin' river, princess.


He threatened to kill her and showed her the weapon he would use to do it with.

And then she managed to get through four and a half hours of school without having a complete meltdown out of fear that he'd Columbine her.

Jesus, were you, Madbassist1, and Mad Monk all conceived in a douche canoe?
 
pla
2013-12-04 07:48:57 PM  
captainktainer : He threatened to kill her and showed her the weapon he would use to do it with.

...And?

I had what we would today call a "bully" actually farking cut me (albeit only a minor scratch) while holding me at knifepoint on an overnight field trip, and the school, learning of this, gave him one day's detention - and me the same because "it takes two to tango".

The world has changed. You poussies of today literally sicken me with what you consider "serious".

That said, I consider modern attitudes toward bullying something of an improvement on my generation's.  That also said - Sympathy, for anything that doesn't actually injure you?  Yeah, not a lot of it from this corner.
 
2013-12-04 08:03:15 PM  

pla: captainktainer : He threatened to kill her and showed her the weapon he would use to do it with.

...And?

I had what we would today call a "bully" actually farking cut me (albeit only a minor scratch) while holding me at knifepoint on an overnight field trip, and the school, learning of this, gave him one day's detention - and me the same because "it takes two to tango".

The world has changed. You poussies of today literally sicken me with what you consider "serious".

That said, I consider modern attitudes toward bullying something of an improvement on my generation's.  That also said - Sympathy, for anything that doesn't actually injure you?  Yeah, not a lot of it from this corner.


Dude, don't take this the wrong way.  I'm sorry that you grew up in a time and school district where no one gived a shiat about you or what happened to you, even if it was at the hands of another student or faculty member.  But it shouldn't SICKEN you that shiat's actually being done about it right now.  It should make you feel good.  You are to the anti-bully movement what Uncle Ruckus is to the civil rights movement.  And it doesn't make any sense.  If you want to wear the fact that you survived that kind of treatment as a child like a badge of honor, by god man, do it.  But coming on the internet to bemoan how kids these days have no stones is pointless.  We're  supposed to evolve.  We're  supposed to get further away from acting like goddamn cavemen.  This is a good thing.  There are plenty of other "side-effects" to today's society to be pissed off about than kids not getting away with threatening other kids with knives.  That's all I'm saying.
 
pla
2013-12-04 08:26:08 PM  
mooseyfate : We're supposed to get further away from acting like goddamn cavemen. This is a good thing.

"+5 insightful". Oh, wrong site... But seriously, I don't mean that as sarcasm!

I guess my "set point" for what counts as "serious" may have a bit of skew to it... Though  even I, fogie from wayback, recognized that as a joke from Southpark.

But moving beyond that - As the bigger issue here, aside from my personal damage, she has no proof. They expelled someone on hearsay. That, I do have serious problem with.  We hear more than enough about 3rd graders suspended for possession of a butter-knife; but "Suspended for she said..."???  Yeah, serious farking problem there.
 
2013-12-04 08:38:25 PM  

pla: As the bigger issue here, aside from my personal damage, she has no proof. They expelled someone on hearsay.


Except for the minor fact that he did in fact have a knife, which would likely be enough by itself to get him expelled.
 
2013-12-04 08:43:34 PM  

pla: But moving beyond that - As the bigger issue here, aside from my personal damage, she has no proof. They expelled someone on hearsay. That, I do have serious problem with.  We hear more than enough about 3rd graders suspended for possession of a butter-knife; but "Suspended for she said..."???  Yeah, serious farking problem there.


They didn't provide much "evidence" in the article.  I'm more than certain that the kid got pulled from class, brought to the principal and school resource officer, and asked to turn his pockets out.  He probably still had the pocket knife on him, and more than likely admitted that he'd said that to her.  It's not exactly a court of law, the principal's office.  I know I had friends that spilled their guts over less behind that door when I was in school.  If she reported it and he copped to it, then there's no problem here.  Unfortunately, there's not much in the article that supports either of our opinions.  The closest we come is the wording of the phrase "the suspect was removed from class, disarmed".  That's pretty much it.  I doubt we'll get more details than that, either, seems like the matter is closed.

/until the follow-up where the kid chops her up and eats her in chili...
 
2013-12-04 08:55:50 PM  
Yeesh. Doesn't anyone make a good sashimi out of people anymore?
Uncultured little heathen.
 
2013-12-04 09:00:59 PM  
PS, best Cinci style chili (oddly in Chicago, on Broadway) that I've ever had. Even better than Skyline or Empress.


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2013-12-04 09:41:24 PM  
What? No Twilight Zone episode " To Serve Man" reference? For shame.

//Get off my lawn.
 
2013-12-04 11:31:49 PM  
I thought for sure this was going to be a spooge-in-the-yogurt story.
 
2013-12-05 09:50:14 AM  

mooseyfate: Dude, don't take this the wrong way. I'm sorry that you grew up in a time and school district where no one gived a shiat about you or what happened to you, even if it was at the hands of another student or faculty member. But it shouldn't SICKEN you that shiat's actually being done about it right now. It should make you feel good. You are to the anti-bully movement what Uncle Ruckus is to the civil rights movement. And it doesn't make any sense. If you want to wear the fact that you survived that kind of treatment as a child like a badge of honor, by god man, do it. But coming on the internet to bemoan how kids these days have no stones is pointless. We're supposed to evolve. We're supposed to get further away from acting like goddamn cavemen. This is a good thing. There are plenty of other "side-effects" to today's society to be pissed off about than kids not getting away with threatening other kids with knives. That's all I'm saying.


You're right. Lets give her a farking trophy and a participation ribbon instead.
 
2013-12-05 10:23:13 AM  

Madbassist1: mooseyfate: Dude, don't take this the wrong way. I'm sorry that you grew up in a time and school district where no one gived a shiat about you or what happened to you, even if it was at the hands of another student or faculty member. But it shouldn't SICKEN you that shiat's actually being done about it right now. It should make you feel good. You are to the anti-bully movement what Uncle Ruckus is to the civil rights movement. And it doesn't make any sense. If you want to wear the fact that you survived that kind of treatment as a child like a badge of honor, by god man, do it. But coming on the internet to bemoan how kids these days have no stones is pointless. We're supposed to evolve. We're supposed to get further away from acting like goddamn cavemen. This is a good thing. There are plenty of other "side-effects" to today's society to be pissed off about than kids not getting away with threatening other kids with knives. That's all I'm saying.

You're right. Lets give her a farking trophy and a participation ribbon instead.


You can file that snark under "U" for "Use in a relevant thread".

This isn't some snowflake crying over losing a t-ball game. Don't be shiatty.
 
2013-12-05 11:15:05 AM  

mooseyfate: This isn't some snowflake crying over losing a t-ball game. Don't be shiatty.


FTFA:
Most painful to the parents, however, was that their daughter was left wondering for so long whether that boy might try to make good on his threat.
"There was some serious emotional distress that needed to be addressed a long time before it was," said Casey Bailey, the girl's father. "The lack of support from the school was alarming to me."



And the kid was quoting south park for farks sake. Yeah, I'm calling "snowflake" on this one.
 
2013-12-05 12:36:34 PM  

Madbassist1: mooseyfate: This isn't some snowflake crying over losing a t-ball game. Don't be shiatty.

FTFA:
Most painful to the parents, however, was that their daughter was left wondering for so long whether that boy might try to make good on his threat.
"There was some serious emotional distress that needed to be addressed a long time before it was," said Casey Bailey, the girl's father. "The lack of support from the school was alarming to me."


And the kid was quoting south park for farks sake. Yeah, I'm calling "snowflake" on this one.


I know I always threaten people with a knife when I quote South Park.
 
2013-12-05 01:34:49 PM  
When I was in eight grade, a fat punk in school threatened me with a switchblade at the 8th grade dance.  I was (and still am) one of those nerdy types, and he was with all of his friends.  I have no idea why he didn't like me, other than he was a fat wop.   It stressed me out for the remainder of jr.high.

He's now on the common council in my hometown.  His name is John Sparace, and he's still fat as fark.  I'd punch him in the face if I had the opportunity.

www.rome-ny.gov

/yes I'm still bitter
 
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