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(KHOU Houston)   Teacher arrested for DWI on the way to work (With 'Hey, if you let me go, I'll make sure I take care of you for your troubles, *wink, wink*' mugshot) "The kiddos are young and impressionable"   (khou.com) divider line 51
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2014-05-13 08:20:48 AM  
Mondays.
 
2014-05-13 08:38:46 AM  

Tr0mBoNe: Mondays.


Not that or any other day!
 
2014-05-13 08:54:00 AM  
Sometimes you feel like a nut.
 
2014-05-13 08:54:41 AM  
An Humble

Typo? Or is the 'H' silent?
 
2014-05-13 08:56:48 AM  
WHAT mugshot?
 
2014-05-13 08:57:42 AM  
Is she haw....*clicks link*....

www.edge-online.com
 
2014-05-13 09:00:20 AM  
Krusty McCurley? Really?
 
2014-05-13 09:00:22 AM  
What's her Fark login?
 
2014-05-13 09:01:52 AM  
She's pirate drunk! You know youre farked up when you can only keep one eye open
 
2014-05-13 09:01:59 AM  
"They should monitor the teachers more. Something in the system is broken for sure," said Krusty McCurley, another concerned parent.

Krusty McCurley? Are we sure this is not a fake article.

Also another teacher recently busted for meth, sounds like a great place for kids to get life lessons.
 
2014-05-13 09:02:35 AM  

FDR Jones: Krusty McCurley? Really?


Beat me to it.
 
2014-05-13 09:02:37 AM  
Love all the parents clutching their pearls while not realizing that it's their hellish monster children who drove her to drinking.

One parent now wants to home school her kids.

I really, really hope someone at the school calls this bluff.

"They should monitor the teachers more. Something in the system is broken for sure," said Krusty McCurley, another concerned parent.

I thought I was a Simpsons fan in that I named my son Max Power lastname. Looks like I was off by an order of magnitude.
 
2014-05-13 09:05:42 AM  

Onkel Buck: She's pirate drunk! You know youre farked up when you can only keep one eye open


Yep.
 
2014-05-13 09:08:12 AM  

phaseolus: An Humble

Typo? Or is the 'H' silent?


Silent H. Pronounced Umble.
 
2014-05-13 09:09:00 AM  
I would expect the theater teacher to be high not drunk, what is wrong with people these days?
 
2014-05-13 09:11:03 AM  
She doesn't seem very humble, more conceited than anything...

/I know
 
2014-05-13 09:11:46 AM  
She's like school on Saturday in detox.

No class.
 
2014-05-13 09:14:09 AM  
"They should monitor the teachers more. Something in the system is broken for sure," said Krusty McCurley, another concerned parent who lives in a state that prides itself on limited government oversight FTFY
 
2014-05-13 09:15:52 AM  
"They should monitor the teachers more. Or at the very least, merrimack 'em" said Krusty McCurley. "Hey. I aint doing my A material for free!"
 
2014-05-13 09:16:22 AM  
I'll have you know I blew under the limit just this morning!
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2014-05-13 09:16:41 AM  

grinding_journalist: Love all the parents clutching their pearls while not realizing that it's their hellish monster children who drove her to drinking.


I just assume it's "concerned parent" (which, I'm assuming, is the new polite way to say "c*nt") Beth Birge who drove her to drink.


"I don't trust the schools as much I used to. Unfortunately, we can't do anything about what they do on their own time."

Well, Jesus farkin' Christ, Beth, why not! Can't you vigilantly patrol every bar, liquor store, or any other places you don't think an adult should frequent in their own free time? What, can't you round up a neighborhood thought police to prevent anybody from exposing your future stripper, I mean, precious snowflake to concepts she might feel comfortable with, lest she have her pwecious self-esteem, or worse, her insanely narrow worldview, shattered?  I thought you cared for the children, Beth! I thought you were concerned!
 
2014-05-13 09:18:46 AM  
If your mccurleys are crusty, you need to shower sooner after sex.
 
2014-05-13 09:18:49 AM  
I like how Krusty (that has to be a typo, no?) thinks teachers should be monitored 24/7.  They are entitlted to their own personal lives outside of the school just like everyone else.

Don't get me started on the teacher that was fired for having a picture on facebook of her holding a drink.

Also, does she not think that people at the school (faculty, staff, even students) wouldn't notice a stumbling drunk teacher?
 
2014-05-13 09:21:09 AM  
Cameraman needs to clean the lens before filming.
 
2014-05-13 09:27:54 AM  

0MGWTFBBQ: I like how Krusty (that has to be a typo, no?) thinks teachers should be monitored 24/7.  They are entitlted to their own personal lives outside of the school just like everyone else.

Don't get me started on the teacher that was fired for having a picture on facebook of her holding a drink.

Also, does she not think that people at the school (faculty, staff, even students) wouldn't notice a stumbling drunk teacher?


This.

I've met some of the public's young spawn...I'd drink too, if I had to deal with roomfuls of them on a daily basis.
 
2014-05-13 09:28:20 AM  
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2014-05-13 09:29:16 AM  

phaseolus: An Humble

Typo? Or is the 'H' silent?


Most definitely a typo, but they were probably confused by the fact that almost everyone says 'an historic...' even though that doesn't really make sense either.  The whole point of using 'an' instead of 'a' in front of words that begin in a vowel is because it makes the words flow better when you're speaking them aloud.  British people get a pass on this one because they don't generally pronounce the 'h', so in their case it make sense.  But Americans do pronounce the 'h' so it just sounds awkward when someone with an American accent says 'an historic'.

I know it seems like an trivial matter but it's a pet peeve.

/ sounds silly, doesn't it?
 
2014-05-13 09:40:07 AM  

Rigby-Reardon: FDR Jones: Krusty McCurley? Really?

Beat me to it.



Me too. bastard.

Krusty McCurley.

Had it on my clipboard, might as well paste it somewhere.
 
2014-05-13 09:40:45 AM  

FDR Jones: Krusty McCurley? Really?


Gene Masseth
 
2014-05-13 09:44:15 AM  

Neondistraction: phaseolus: An Humble

Typo? Or is the 'H' silent?

Most definitely a typo, but they were probably confused by the fact that almost everyone says 'an historic...' even though that doesn't really make sense either.  The whole point of using 'an' instead of 'a' in front of words that begin in a vowel is because it makes the words flow better when you're speaking them aloud.  British people get a pass on this one because they don't generally pronounce the 'h', so in their case it make sense.  But Americans do pronounce the 'h' so it just sounds awkward when someone with an American accent says 'an historic'.

I know it seems like an trivial matter but it's a pet peeve.

/ sounds silly, doesn't it?


Never been to Humble I see. (Lucky you.) The H is silent so it's no typo.
 
2014-05-13 09:56:16 AM  
"Humble ISD teacher..."

ISD = Improvised Sexual Device?

/shudder
 
2014-05-13 09:58:05 AM  
No pic Fark?
/I am disappoint
 
2014-05-13 09:58:21 AM  
I'd be 'faced every day too if I was a teacher.
 
2014-05-13 10:00:29 AM  
img.fark.net
 
2014-05-13 10:07:52 AM  
SAY NO MORE... wink wink, nudge nudge...

No, really... don't say anything else about it...I've seen more than enough...
 
2014-05-13 10:10:41 AM  

yequalsy: Neondistraction: phaseolus: An Humble

Typo? Or is the 'H' silent?

Most definitely a typo, but they were probably confused by the fact that almost everyone says 'an historic...' even though that doesn't really make sense either.  The whole point of using 'an' instead of 'a' in front of words that begin in a vowel is because it makes the words flow better when you're speaking them aloud.  British people get a pass on this one because they don't generally pronounce the 'h', so in their case it make sense.  But Americans do pronounce the 'h' so it just sounds awkward when someone with an American accent says 'an historic'.

I know it seems like an trivial matter but it's a pet peeve.

/ sounds silly, doesn't it?

Never been to Humble I see. (Lucky you.) The H is silent so it's no typo.


In Texas?  Never would have figured them to pronounce it that way.

Oh well, my rant is still valid.
 
2014-05-13 10:12:47 AM  

Neondistraction: yequalsy: Neondistraction: phaseolus: An Humble

Typo? Or is the 'H' silent?

Most definitely a typo, but they were probably confused by the fact that almost everyone says 'an historic...' even though that doesn't really make sense either.  The whole point of using 'an' instead of 'a' in front of words that begin in a vowel is because it makes the words flow better when you're speaking them aloud.  British people get a pass on this one because they don't generally pronounce the 'h', so in their case it make sense.  But Americans do pronounce the 'h' so it just sounds awkward when someone with an American accent says 'an historic'.

I know it seems like an trivial matter but it's a pet peeve.

/ sounds silly, doesn't it?

Never been to Humble I see. (Lucky you.) The H is silent so it's no typo.

In Texas?  Never would have figured them to pronounce it that way.

Oh well, my rant is still valid.


I concur.  This "an" before "h" business is infuriating.
 
2014-05-13 10:34:46 AM  
Or as they say in Britain......smoking hot.

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2014-05-13 10:44:23 AM  

Whatchoo Talkinbout: Or as they say in Britain......smoking hot.

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"Cut me, Mick."
 
2014-05-13 10:49:45 AM  

Neondistraction: In Texas?  Never would have figured them to pronounce it that way.

Oh well, my rant is still valid.


The story I've heard was that the dude it was named after was a Brit who pronounced it sans H.  This of course contradicts the tendency in Texas to ignore stuff like that. Blanco is pronounced Blanko, for instance.  As for Humble, it's AN ell ole.

/next up, Pflugerville
 
2014-05-13 10:52:13 AM  
I'm more suprised they didnt catch a sober teacher.
 
2014-05-13 11:05:18 AM  

yequalsy: Neondistraction: In Texas?  Never would have figured them to pronounce it that way.

Oh well, my rant is still valid.

The story I've heard was that the dude it was named after was a Brit who pronounced it sans H.  This of course contradicts the tendency in Texas to ignore stuff like that. Blanco is pronounced Blanko, for instance.  As for Humble, it's AN ell ole.

/next up, Pflugerville


first thing that comes to mind.   http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bejVHszCIDo

What's wrong with me?  :(
 
2014-05-13 11:05:48 AM  
Kiddos?  Is that some operating system?
 
2014-05-13 11:16:50 AM  
img.fark.net
 
2014-05-13 11:58:11 AM  
"An Humble"? For fark's sake.

It's "a" in front of the H unless the H is "silent."

So for example, it's "a hospital," but "an hour."

How hard is that, really? "An Humble" doesn't even sound right.
 
2014-05-13 12:20:33 PM  

yequalsy: Neondistraction: In Texas?  Never would have figured them to pronounce it that way.

Oh well, my rant is still valid.

The story I've heard was that the dude it was named after was a Brit who pronounced it sans H.  This of course contradicts the tendency in Texas to ignore stuff like that. Blanco is pronounced Blanko, for instance.  As for Humble, it's AN ell ole.

/next up, Pflugerville


In all fairness that seems to be a tendency all over the country.  I know there's a road in Lexington, KY named Versailles Blvd(at least I think it's blvd, might be avenue or parkway) but the locals pronounce it 'ver-sails'.  Americans in general seem to take pride in pronouncing things however they damn well please.
 
2014-05-13 12:37:54 PM  
Meh...it's a pretty straight shot to the teacher's parking lot once she gets past the school bus unloading area.
 
2014-05-13 02:20:22 PM  

yequalsy: /next up, Pflugerville


I'm surprised they didn't change the spelling of that one to "Floogerville". I've noticed that south of the Ohio or Missouri Rivers more or less, weird things happened to German names over the years. Here up North they still kind of approximate the original pronunciation.

Tom_Slick: I would expect the theater teacher to be high not drunk, what is wrong with people these days?


No, I think they're equally likely, but it's been a while since I've been around theater people. (Former amateur techie, here.) The really disturbing thing about directors is that their talent always seemed to have an inverse relationship with good behavior -- the worse the director, the more likely they were creepy and grabby and had a history of chasing after inappropriately young people.

With certain directors, there was always a little bit of trepidation around casting time. If the leads of the director's preferred gender seemed a little naïve or not too emotionally strong, group cockblocks were sometimes deemed necessary for the sake of the show and (most importantly) the poor kid's well-being.
 
2014-05-13 03:50:24 PM  
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2014-05-13 06:25:55 PM  
Can you spare some cutter, me brothers?

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