If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(Opposing Views)   Took a photo of your high school teacher showing you porn in class? That's a suspension   (opposingviews.com) divider line 84
    More: Stupid, high schools, teachers  
•       •       •

10046 clicks; posted to Main » on 02 May 2014 at 8:28 PM (17 weeks ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



84 Comments   (+0 »)
   
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

First | « | 1 | 2 | » | Last | Show all
 
2014-05-02 06:08:43 PM
I look forward to the follow-up to this that states the "objectionable" picture was part of a standard sex-ed course and that the student and her parents were so distraught by the picture that they couldn't stop praying to their Baptist Jesus for a week.
 
2014-05-02 07:34:00 PM
"I believe my son got in trouble because the school was trying to hide something," Karen Winkel told the news channel.
The parents say they are honor roll students who don't want a suspension on their permanent record.
"It was very upsetting that this is happening when our kids are in school, when they are supposed to be learning," Lester said.


Lawsuit, lawsuit, and lawsuit.  I smell lawsuits.
 
2014-05-02 07:34:56 PM

Gecko Gingrich: I look forward to the follow-up to this that states the "objectionable" picture was part of a standard sex-ed course and that the student and her parents were so distraught by the picture that they couldn't stop praying to their Baptist Jesus for a week.


Pics or GTFO.

Someone get us a link, STAT.
 
2014-05-02 07:35:31 PM

Gecko Gingrich: I look forward to the follow-up to this that states the "objectionable" picture was part of a standard sex-ed course and that the student and her parents were so distraught by the picture that they couldn't stop praying to their Baptist Jesus for a week.


This. I'm going to need to see this "pornographic" image myself before I pass any judgement on this story.
 
2014-05-02 07:42:59 PM

fusillade762: This. I'm going to need to see this "pornographic" image myself before I pass any judgement on this story.


I'm going to study it very closely, I promise you.  I'll leave no hedge unturned.

Now, which one of you useless lurkers has a link for us?
 
2014-05-02 08:32:37 PM
It was probably that Zeffirelli Romeo and Juliet.
 
2014-05-02 08:35:05 PM

ladodger34: It was probably that Zeffirelli Romeo and Juliet.


That girl did have a killer rack.
 
2014-05-02 08:35:32 PM

Marcus Aurelius: fusillade762: This. I'm going to need to see this "pornographic" image myself before I pass any judgement on this story.

I'm going to study it very closely, I promise you.  I'll leave no hedge unturned.

Now, which one of you useless lurkers has a link for us?


1. lurkers wouldn't be linking
2. linking something you want linked would, by definition, be useful
3. profit
 
2014-05-02 08:36:02 PM
From what I can tell, Opposing Views is where the Derp Brigades test their forwarded emails to see if they're ready for prime time.

So I'm going to see if this story shows up on Fix or UPI Monday
 
2014-05-02 08:36:16 PM

Marcus Aurelius: fusillade762: This. I'm going to need to see this "pornographic" image myself before I pass any judgement on this story.

I'm going to study it very closely, I promise you.  I'll leave no hedge unturned.

Now, which one of you useless lurkers has a link for us?


Geez guys... Top right, Adult Content.
 
2014-05-02 08:37:01 PM

Killa J: ladodger34: It was probably that Zeffirelli Romeo and Juliet.

That girl did have a killer rack.


Yes, yes she did.
 
2014-05-02 08:39:23 PM

MFAWG: From what I can tell, Opposing Views is where the Derp Brigades test their forwarded emails to see if they're ready for prime time.

So I'm going to see if this story shows up on Fix or UPI Monday


It's real. It already appeared in local news here.

http://www.kctv5.com/story/25408691/students-suspended-after-porn-fou n d-on-teachers-computer
 
2014-05-02 08:43:45 PM
"When she came home from school she was crying her eyes out, unable to speak about what had happened," parent Laura Lester told KCTV. "It was very upsetting that this is happening when our kids are in school, when they are supposed to be learning."

Yeah, because she got her cell phone taken away and was suspended. I guarantee that in class, everyone was laughing, heckling the teacher, and the whole school is probably still joking about it now. No one traumatized by it would be trying to photograph it.
 
2014-05-02 08:44:07 PM
I wonder if all these parents know that colleges don't actually know what a student's behavior record looks like... Suspensions and detentions aren't included in transcripts. In fact, the only way for someone to know is if they disclose it or they make a big enough ruckus to get their name on the internet... Oh, look at that, hmm...
 
2014-05-02 08:44:23 PM

fusillade762: Gecko Gingrich: I look forward to the follow-up to this that states the "objectionable" picture was part of a standard sex-ed course and that the student and her parents were so distraught by the picture that they couldn't stop praying to their Baptist Jesus for a week.

This. I'm going to need to see this "pornographic" image myself before I pass any judgement on this story.



According to more informative articles (which, given that this is OpposingViews, is pretty much anywhere else carrying the story), the image was of a "snap shot for a website":

kctv.images.worldnow.com
 
2014-05-02 08:46:36 PM

Marcus Aurelius: "I believe my son got in trouble because the school was trying to hide something," Karen Winkel told the news channel.
The parents say they are honor roll students who don't want a suspension on their permanent record.
"It was very upsetting that this is happening when our kids are in school, when they are supposed to be learning," Lester said.

Lawsuit, lawsuit, and lawsuit.  I smell lawsuits.


School officials.
Mental midgets.
 
2014-05-02 08:49:06 PM

ArcadianRefugee: fusillade762: Gecko Gingrich: I look forward to the follow-up to this that states the "objectionable" picture was part of a standard sex-ed course and that the student and her parents were so distraught by the picture that they couldn't stop praying to their Baptist Jesus for a week.

This. I'm going to need to see this "pornographic" image myself before I pass any judgement on this story.


According to more informative articles (which, given that this is OpposingViews, is pretty much anywhere else carrying the story), the image was of a "snap shot for a website":


I'm calling bullshiat.
 
2014-05-02 08:49:19 PM
Oh, it's Opposing Views.   So we probably have about 90% wrong information.


About all we know is a kid used a cell phone in school where they aren't supposed to and got suspended.   BFD
 
2014-05-02 08:49:37 PM
I heard it was just a picture of Saturn with a "shemale vids" folder on the desktop.
 
2014-05-02 08:49:52 PM
 
2014-05-02 08:50:53 PM
The kids dont want a suspension on their permanent record? wtf is that??? LOL what a farked up country
 
2014-05-02 08:51:27 PM

Marcus Aurelius: Lawsuit, lawsuit, and lawsuit.  I smell lawsuits


Hell, yes.
Back in the day, I'd've already filed my 42 USC 1983 by now.  1st amendment as applied to states via the 14th.
 
2014-05-02 08:52:52 PM
ArcadianRefugee:
According to more informative articles (which, given that this is OpposingViews, is pretty much anywhere else carrying the story), the image was of a "snap shot for a website":

[kctv.images.worldnow.com image 640x360]


Ah, that looks like a stupid accident. I don't blame the student for the snapshot, and the teacher shouldn't have let that happen, but it's not fire-everyone-nuke-it-from-orbit offensive unless you're incredibly sensitive.
 
2014-05-02 08:55:10 PM

F22raptom: The kids dont want a suspension on their permanent record? wtf is that??? LOL what a farked up country


That's where you get put on double secret probation
 
2014-05-02 09:02:36 PM
I have a feeling we're in Kansas, the Indiana of the Great Plains.
 
2014-05-02 09:03:51 PM
worldnewsdailyreport.com
 
2014-05-02 09:03:54 PM

Inchoate: ArcadianRefugee:
According to more informative articles (which, given that this is OpposingViews, is pretty much anywhere else carrying the story), the image was of a "snap shot for a website":

[kctv.images.worldnow.com image 640x360]

Ah, that looks like a stupid accident. I don't blame the student for the snapshot, and the teacher shouldn't have let that happen, but it's not fire-everyone-nuke-it-from-orbit offensive unless you're incredibly sensitive.


We're talking about Kansan parents who alerted the press over something like this... Soooo...
 
2014-05-02 09:04:09 PM

foxyshadis: "When she came home from school she was crying her eyes out, unable to speak about what had happened," parent Laura Lester told KCTV. "It was very upsetting that this is happening when our kids are in school, when they are supposed to be learning."

Yeah, because she got her cell phone taken away and was suspended. I guarantee that in class, everyone was laughing, heckling the teacher, and the whole school is probably still joking about it now. No one traumatized by it would be trying to photograph it.


This
 
2014-05-02 09:06:02 PM
Maybe it wasn't so much the taking of the picture, but the passing it around and posting it to facebook that was the problem.

Had she quietly snapped, no one would have known, as they were all focused on the crotch on the screen and the teacher who was shiatting bricks.
 
2014-05-02 09:10:46 PM
My kid was suspended?

Quick, contact the press.
 
2014-05-02 09:13:25 PM

namegoeshere: Maybe it wasn't so much the taking of the picture, but the passing it around and posting it to facebook that was the problem.

Had she quietly snapped, no one would have known, as they were all focused on the crotch on the screen and the teacher who was shiatting bricks.


So much this.


She isn't upset at what the teacher did. She's upset she got in trouble for breaking a school rule.

And that line about taking a picture to show authorities is pure bullsh#t. If her mom believed that then this girl will be pregnant before she's out of school.
 
2014-05-02 09:14:42 PM

shtychkn: namegoeshere: Maybe it wasn't so much the taking of the picture, but the passing it around and posting it to facebook that was the problem.

Had she quietly snapped, no one would have known, as they were all focused on the crotch on the screen and the teacher who was shiatting bricks.

So much this.


She isn't upset at what the teacher did. She's upset she got in trouble for breaking a school rule.

And that line about taking a picture to show authorities is pure bullsh#t. If her mom believed that then this girl will be pregnant before she's out of school.


Did you notice who she sent the picture to?
 
2014-05-02 09:15:35 PM

foxyshadis: "When she came home from school she was crying her eyes out, unable to speak about what had happened," parent Laura Lester told KCTV. "It was very upsetting that this is happening when our kids are in school, when they are supposed to be learning."

Yeah, because she got her cell phone taken away and was suspended. I guarantee that in class, everyone was laughing, heckling the teacher, and the whole school is probably still joking about it now. No one traumatized by it would be trying to photograph it.


This. She wasn't distraught and just trying to do the right thing, she was trying to further humiliate the dipshiat teacher and got caught and is now trying desperately to backpedal.
 
2014-05-02 09:15:58 PM
It looks like the launch screen from a browser that shows recently visited websites.  If this was a laptop that was always under control of that teacher, that would suggest he was viewing porn at work (or at the very least at home on a school computer) which is obviously a pretty big no-no.

Of course, depending on the school's technology budget, it may have been a community laptop that the teachers pass around when they need to use a projector, and in that case, who knows who's responsible.

As far as the girl taking the photo goes - if the school as a 'no cell phones' rule, and she took a picture with one, proving that she had one with her in class, she deserves her suspension.
 
2014-05-02 09:19:04 PM

TuteTibiImperes: It looks like the launch screen from a browser that shows recently visited websites.  If this was a laptop that was always under control of that teacher, that would suggest he was viewing porn at work (or at the very least at home on a school computer) which is obviously a pretty big no-no.

Of course, depending on the school's technology budget, it may have been a community laptop that the teachers pass around when they need to use a projector, and in that case, who knows who's responsible.

As far as the girl taking the photo goes - if the school as a 'no cell phones' rule, and she took a picture with one, proving that she had one with her in class, she deserves her suspension.


Bu- bu-but she's a Christian!
 
2014-05-02 09:21:06 PM
Funny how people get so upset over nudity and sex on TV or elsewhere (shameful and inappropriate, right?), but no one bats an eye when children are exposed to the simulation of 200,000 violent acts and 16,000 murders on TV by age 18...
 
2014-05-02 09:24:10 PM

ArcadianRefugee: According to more informative articles (which, given that this is OpposingViews, is pretty much anywhere else carrying the story), the image was of a "snap shot for a website":


Looks like the icon for Redtube.... or so I've heard.
 
2014-05-02 09:24:40 PM

Killa J: ladodger34: It was probably that Zeffirelli Romeo and Juliet.

That girl did have a killer rack.


Mother of God!

/saw that at Coolidge Corner by our Catholic HS class
 
2014-05-02 09:24:46 PM

OOBE Juan Kenobi: Funny how people get so upset over nudity and sex on TV or elsewhere (shameful and inappropriate, right?), but no one bats an eye when children are exposed to the simulation of 200,000 violent acts and 16,000 murders on TV by age 18...


I know! You can masturbate to *all* of that!
 
2014-05-02 09:26:00 PM

TuteTibiImperes: if the school as a 'no cell phones' rule, and she took a picture with one, proving that she had one with her in class, she deserves her suspension.


The fact that a rule exists does not mean that the rule is reasonable or ethical or beneficial for society, and certainly is not evidence that any related punishment is "deserved".
 
2014-05-02 09:26:50 PM
If the kid genuinely took the picture to expose the teacher for showing the kids porn, she shouldn't be in trouble. Easy enough to check the phone records to see if she sent the photo saying "Wtf should we do? This is like, illegal" or "Lmao look what happened in class"
Zero tolerance on no phones is stupid. If there's a shooter on campus should everyone leave their phones in their pocket rather than call 911? Or should someone get up and run across the room to a wall phone? What if a teacher started beating up a kid? Should we just hope that someone from the photography class has their camcorder on them, rather than pull out their phone?
 
2014-05-02 09:28:48 PM
FTA:   The girl asked her boyfriend about it and he sent the image to a friend asking him what to do. That boy allegedly posted it to Facebook.
"I believe my son got in trouble because the school was trying to hide something," Karen Winkel told the news channel.


Posting something online that was taken in a public school is against the student code of conduct in many places.
 
2014-05-02 09:33:51 PM

clivecusslerfan: FTA:   The girl asked her boyfriend about it and he sent the image to a friend asking him what to do. That boy allegedly posted it to Facebook.
"I believe my son got in trouble because the school was trying to hide something," Karen Winkel told the news channel.

Posting something online that was taken in a public school is against the student code of conduct in many places.


Isn't that usually something about the people in the photo not wanting the photo shared?
 
2014-05-02 09:40:28 PM

profplump: TuteTibiImperes: if the school as a 'no cell phones' rule, and she took a picture with one, proving that she had one with her in class, she deserves her suspension.

The fact that a rule exists does not mean that the rule is reasonable or ethical or beneficial for society, and certainly is not evidence that any related punishment is "deserved".


It's not a bad rule.  Cell phones are distracting in class and have no place being on at school.  If the parents want a kid to have one for emergencies they can either leave it in their locker or keep it turned off in their pocket.  Taking it out and using it in class should be grounds for a suspension.
 
2014-05-02 09:43:48 PM

TuteTibiImperes: profplump: TuteTibiImperes: if the school as a 'no cell phones' rule, and she took a picture with one, proving that she had one with her in class, she deserves her suspension.

The fact that a rule exists does not mean that the rule is reasonable or ethical or beneficial for society, and certainly is not evidence that any related punishment is "deserved".

It's not a bad rule.  Cell phones are distracting in class and have no place being on at school.  If the parents want a kid to have one for emergencies they can either leave it in their locker or keep it turned off in their pocket.  Taking it out and using it in class should be grounds for a suspension.


Not to mention modern ones that easily facilitate cheating (Google or text your friends for the answers).
 
2014-05-02 09:46:22 PM

TuteTibiImperes: profplump: TuteTibiImperes: if the school as a 'no cell phones' rule, and she took a picture with one, proving that she had one with her in class, she deserves her suspension.

The fact that a rule exists does not mean that the rule is reasonable or ethical or beneficial for society, and certainly is not evidence that any related punishment is "deserved".

It's not a bad rule.  Cell phones are distracting in class and have no place being on at school.  If the parents want a kid to have one for emergencies they can either leave it in their locker or keep it turned off in their pocket.  Taking it out and using it in class should be grounds for a suspension.


Schools (around here at least) don't have lockers, (except for PE but those can only be accessed before and after PE class, and are bought (you have to rent a lock from the school))
The student obviously wasn't using her phone because she wasn't paying attention. She wasn't texting or browsing facebook, she was taking a photo as evidence to a crime. This shouldn't be grounds for a suspension.
 
2014-05-02 09:48:45 PM
I don't believe it.

1) The reflection doesn't match what's projected.
2) Why are there two blurred photos when article only mentions one?
3) The projected photo looks like a girl in a bikini from the backside. Hardly scandalous.

The girl and boyfriend were suspended because they faked a photo to get the teacher in trouble.
 
2014-05-02 09:52:41 PM
Welcome to Kansas...now set your watch back 30 years.
 
2014-05-02 09:53:28 PM

zarker: TuteTibiImperes: profplump: TuteTibiImperes: if the school as a 'no cell phones' rule, and she took a picture with one, proving that she had one with her in class, she deserves her suspension.

The fact that a rule exists does not mean that the rule is reasonable or ethical or beneficial for society, and certainly is not evidence that any related punishment is "deserved".

It's not a bad rule.  Cell phones are distracting in class and have no place being on at school.  If the parents want a kid to have one for emergencies they can either leave it in their locker or keep it turned off in their pocket.  Taking it out and using it in class should be grounds for a suspension.

Schools (around here at least) don't have lockers, (except for PE but those can only be accessed before and after PE class, and are bought (you have to rent a lock from the school))
The student obviously wasn't using her phone because she wasn't paying attention. She wasn't texting or browsing facebook, she was taking a photo as evidence to a crime. This shouldn't be grounds for a suspension.


That implies someone didn't look at the first line of the problem and slap the suspension on without considering the mitigating circumstance. School administration is allergic to common sense concepts like zero tolerance being farking stupid.
 
2014-05-02 10:05:41 PM

zarker: TuteTibiImperes: profplump: TuteTibiImperes: if the school as a 'no cell phones' rule, and she took a picture with one, proving that she had one with her in class, she deserves her suspension.

The fact that a rule exists does not mean that the rule is reasonable or ethical or beneficial for society, and certainly is not evidence that any related punishment is "deserved".

It's not a bad rule.  Cell phones are distracting in class and have no place being on at school.  If the parents want a kid to have one for emergencies they can either leave it in their locker or keep it turned off in their pocket.  Taking it out and using it in class should be grounds for a suspension.

Schools (around here at least) don't have lockers, (except for PE but those can only be accessed before and after PE class, and are bought (you have to rent a lock from the school))
The student obviously wasn't using her phone because she wasn't paying attention. She wasn't texting or browsing facebook, she was taking a photo as evidence to a crime. This shouldn't be grounds for a suspension.


You've inspected her phone?
 
Displayed 50 of 84 comments

First | « | 1 | 2 | » | Last | Show all

View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


This thread is closed to new comments.

Continue Farking
Submit a Link »






Report