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2014-03-29 10:23:31 AM
As a HS teacher, I can guarantee you something's missing in this story.
 
2014-03-29 11:42:01 AM
Wait you are saying to me that the student in the question of this has the age of the 20 years. Something gives to me the suggestion that we are not to have the rocket surgeon from the individual of this but let me say something to you that is very important and that is that we cannot do the taking the people to the room of emergency without the permission of the parents of they. Wait that might not be the true thing here if the person has age of twenty. Something is saying to me that this is instead of the student is the undercover police officer.

i.imgur.com
 
2014-03-29 11:56:08 AM
I got ten imaginary internet dollars that says the medical treatment in question involved the female student's reproductive system.

Probably not an abortion, because I don't think your average ER does those too often.

Maybe a morning after pill? Some form of prescription-only birth control?
 
2014-03-29 12:08:46 PM
Penis enlargements aren't cheap.
 
2014-03-29 12:20:10 PM
Here's my theory:

www.petco.com
www.thesmokingjacket.com
 
2014-03-29 12:38:37 PM
She brought her 20-year-old student

Wait, what?
 
2014-03-29 12:49:24 PM

Walker: She brought her 20-year-old student

Wait, what?


Developmentally delayed, started really late, or held back a couple of times are my guesses.
 
2014-03-29 02:19:01 PM

Kome: Walker: She brought her 20-year-old student

Wait, what?

Developmentally delayed, started really late, or held back a couple of times are my guesses.


Personally, I'm going with "That boy ain't right"
 
2014-03-29 02:35:11 PM

5 star chef of tv dinners: Kome: Walker: She brought her 20-year-old student

Wait, what?

Developmentally delayed, started really late, or held back a couple of times are my guesses.

Personally, I'm going with "That boy girl ain't right"


vygramul: As a HS teacher, I can guarantee you something's missing in this story.


Yeah, something's rotten in Denmark.
 
2014-03-29 02:42:12 PM
Now I've got the song from Wicked stuck in my head.
 
2014-03-29 02:44:37 PM

5 star chef of tv dinners: Kome: Walker: She brought her 20-year-old student

Wait, what?

Developmentally delayed, started really late, or held back a couple of times are my guesses.

Personally, I'm going with "That boy ain't right"


Paw, paw, I got the biggest pecker in 8th grade!

That's because you're 20, son.
 
2014-03-29 02:45:09 PM
More to the story.....
 
2014-03-29 02:45:54 PM
This will end up with JoBeth Williams stripping.
 
2014-03-29 02:46:00 PM
How does an employer force you to waive anything in a resignation letter?

"Hey, we're firing you.  Please screw yourself over to appease us or... we'll fire you even more?"
 
2014-03-29 02:46:27 PM
Insufficient data,
 
2014-03-29 02:47:18 PM
Also, this is why employees need unions.
 
2014-03-29 02:47:46 PM

Dafatone: How does an employer force you to waive anything in a resignation letter?

"Hey, we're firing you.  Please screw yourself over to appease us or... we'll fire you even more?"


It's the choice between 'resigning', getting a good referral and not having a headache, or getting actually fired and not being able to work again because your job of X years says you were a pain
 
2014-03-29 02:48:51 PM
I can't believe she wasn't farking any of her students.
 
2014-03-29 02:49:11 PM
Well she did have two "Oral reprimands".
 
2014-03-29 02:49:57 PM

Walker: She brought her 20-year-old student

Wait, what?


I thought the same thing, then I saw this:

Tennessee
 
2014-03-29 02:49:57 PM
img0.joyreactor.com
 
2014-03-29 02:51:16 PM

meow said the dog: Wait you are saying to me that the student in the question of this has the age of the 20 years. Something gives to me the suggestion that we are not to have the rocket surgeon from the individual of this but let me say something to you that is very important and that is that we cannot do the taking the people to the room of emergency without the permission of the parents of they. Wait that might not be the true thing here if the person has age of twenty. Something is saying to me that this is instead of the student is the undercover police officer.

[i.imgur.com image 194x260]


tl;dr:

People don't think it be like it is, but it do.
 
2014-03-29 02:51:38 PM
Does anyone know of a link that will have the actual story? What's posted on Yahoo is missing a lot of relevant information.
 
2014-03-29 02:56:56 PM
So where are the Union Thugs who make it impossible to fire a teacher, according to all the right wing propaganda?
 
2014-03-29 02:57:00 PM
My guess is that her paying for whatever problem her student has could cause her employer to be liable for whatever the cause of the visit was.  Are 20 year olds allowed to be in high school?  I was 20 as a senior in college...
 
2014-03-29 02:57:18 PM

manwithplanx: It's the choice between 'resigning', getting a good referral and not having a headache, or getting actually fired and not being able to work again because your job of X years says you were a pain


Oh, lovely. It's a way for employers to renege upon giving you anything they promised you upon either leaving or being laid off, even if it's in the contract.
 
2014-03-29 02:58:26 PM
Look, you can't do things against your employers wishes...that shiat will get you fired. It doesn't matter how noble, if you're told not to do something, and you do it anyway, you're going to have to face the consequences.
 
2014-03-29 02:58:52 PM

vygramul: As a HS teacher, I can guarantee you something's missing in this story.


Nothing too mysterious for those in public education.  They didn't like her, so they made shiat up or waited for an excuse to drop her.
 
2014-03-29 02:58:57 PM

Lee Jackson Beauregard: So where are the Union Thugs who make it impossible to fire a teacher, according to all the right wing propaganda?


In states where unions are allowed to exist at all, unlike this one.
 
2014-03-29 02:59:36 PM
Going to the original story (linked in the article), in the comments we learn a lot more detail, including:
the student was 20 because she is English Second Languange;
her father is dead and her mother is in Mexico;
she has no transportation other than by school bus;
she was critically ill with pneumonia;
the school nurse asked for a teacher to take her to the hospital;
the school principal is a candidate for jackass of the year.
 
2014-03-29 03:00:54 PM
As a homeless rat bastard, I can personally guarantee you something is wrong with this story or you money back. Guaranteed. I'll love the way I sound.
 
2014-03-29 03:03:31 PM
Maybe she's taking the kids to get abortions...
 
2014-03-29 03:05:16 PM

Shostie: I got ten imaginary internet dollars that says the medical treatment in question involved the female student's reproductive system.

Probably not an abortion, because I don't think your average ER does those too often.

Maybe a morning after pill? Some form of prescription-only birth control?



Since the student in question is female and 20.... I'm guessing you're on to something.
 
2014-03-29 03:10:27 PM

Shostie: I got ten imaginary internet dollars that says the medical treatment in question involved the female student's reproductive system.

Probably not an abortion, because I don't think your average ER does those too often.

Maybe a morning after pill? Some form of prescription-only birth control?


Either that or an injury related to domestic violence. Be a good girl and deal with your own problems. Keep that stuff in the family. Don't go tarnishing our good name all over town.
 
2014-03-29 03:13:02 PM

oukewldave: My guess is that her paying for whatever problem her student has could cause her employer to be liable for whatever the cause of the visit was.  Are 20 year olds allowed to be in high school?  I was 20 as a senior in college...


Did you go to Simon's Rock?
 
2014-03-29 03:14:22 PM

evilsofa: Going to the original story (linked in the article), in the comments we learn a lot more detail, including:
the student was 20 because she is English Second Languange;
her father is dead and her mother is in Mexico;
she has no transportation other than by school bus;
she was critically ill with pneumonia;
the school nurse asked for a teacher to take her to the hospital;
the school principal is a candidate for jackass of the year.


Oh, so simple racism. Damn, I thought we were over that already.

/good thing my equal rights drag is the best dress for all occasions.
 
2014-03-29 03:15:43 PM
Is that supposed to be a news story...or the the first piece of a 50000 part puzzle? That article has more holes than a swiss cheese...shot with a shotgun.
 
2014-03-29 03:18:30 PM
The pnemonia does make it seem like she was doing a favor in bringing her to the hospital....
but how did she end up with this being the second time she needed to bring a student to the ER, and having 5 reprimands and a suspension in her record?  Why didn't the nurse bring her or call 911?
 
2014-03-29 03:18:38 PM
I thought it might rhyme with shma-bortion.
 
2014-03-29 03:30:36 PM

Shostie: I got ten imaginary internet dollars that says the medical treatment in question involved the female student's reproductive system.

Probably not an abortion, because I don't think your average ER does those too often.

Maybe a morning after pill? Some form of prescription-only birth control?


Hovering over the link shows that the teacher is female and the student appears to be too, so I'll take you up on that bet
 
2014-03-29 03:40:16 PM

ErinPac: The pnemonia does make it seem like she was doing a favor in bringing her to the hospital....
but how did she end up with this being the second time she needed to bring a student to the ER, and having 5 reprimands and a suspension in her record?  Why didn't the nurse bring her or call 911?


You can teacher while white but not student while ferrin.
 
2014-03-29 03:40:39 PM

meow said the dog: Wait you are saying to me that the student in the question of this has the age of the 20 years. Something gives to me the suggestion that we are not to have the rocket surgeon from the individual of this but let me say something to you that is very important and that is that we cannot do the taking the people to the room of emergency without the permission of the parents of they. Wait that might not be the true thing here if the person has age of twenty. Something is saying to me that this is instead of the student is the undercover police officer.


Do you write consumer warning labels?
 
2014-03-29 03:41:31 PM
She allowed her empathy and good nature to get in the way of strictly following corporate protocol.  BURN HER!

They were 20?  The only place she can't take him is a bar.  WTF is the problem here?  There obviously is a lot more to the story than we are getting.
 
2014-03-29 03:41:36 PM

evilsofa: Going to the original story (linked in the article), in the comments we learn a lot more detail, including:
the student was 20 because she is English Second Languange;
her father is dead and her mother is in Mexico;
she has no transportation other than by school bus;
she was critically ill with pneumonia;
the school nurse asked for a teacher to take her to the hospital;
the school principal is a candidate for jackass of the year.


It would appear that the wrong person resigned.
 
2014-03-29 03:44:22 PM

evilsofa: Going to the original story (linked in the article), in the comments we learn a lot more detail, including:
the student was 20 because she is English Second Languange;
her father is dead and her mother is in Mexico;
she has no transportation other than by school bus;
she was critically ill with pneumonia;
the school nurse asked for a teacher to take her to the hospital;
the school principal is a candidate for jackass of the year.


Yep, this pretty much covers it.  And because Tennessee.
 
2014-03-29 03:53:00 PM

MacDole: oukewldave: My guess is that her paying for whatever problem her student has could cause her employer to be liable for whatever the cause of the visit was.  Are 20 year olds allowed to be in high school?  I was 20 as a senior in college...

Did you go to Simon's Rock?



Had to Google Simon's Rock.  Guess that would make the answer no.
 
2014-03-29 04:01:00 PM

MacDole: oukewldave: My guess is that her paying for whatever problem her student has could cause her employer to be liable for whatever the cause of the visit was.  Are 20 year olds allowed to be in high school?  I was 20 as a senior in college...

Did you go to Simon's Rock?


My sister went there...that was an...interesting...place to visit
 
2014-03-29 04:02:14 PM
I got distracted by the fact it's a 20 year old high school student.  Then I remembered that's been normal since before the 80s.
 
2014-03-29 04:27:31 PM
Had kids like that when I was in high school back in Montgomery County. You get the range of developmental delays (autistic or downs) or just complete idiots. I had a few graduate with me, not the brightest bulbs but eventually they did figure out this schooling thing.

Hell I remember in 2nd grade when two new kids showed up. Even we knew they couldn't be that bright when they're a foot taller than us.

Ironically in my home county at least the high school graduation requirement (how many of what kinds of classes) was higher than the instate requirement to enter college. Yes, if you graduated high school in my home town, you had to have at least 2 science classes on your record before the college would admit you without some other extra crap tacked on like taking a placement challenge test.

/snuck into the school system early, graduated early.
//WOOOOO Volunteers!
 
2014-03-29 04:35:34 PM

Silentbob768768: MacDole: oukewldave: My guess is that her paying for whatever problem her student has could cause her employer to be liable for whatever the cause of the visit was.  Are 20 year olds allowed to be in high school?  I was 20 as a senior in college...

Did you go to Simon's Rock?

My sister went there...that was an...interesting...place to visit


Definitely interesting. Was a fantastic decision for me ... I prolly know your sister if she was there between 2003 and 2007
 
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