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2017-08-10 04:14:47 PM  
Sheesh. You'd think these morons would learn by now, what with the constant parade of them getting caught.
 
2017-08-10 05:45:14 PM  
It's not all that usual, I guess.  In fact, my mom used to work in a day care center, and at some point while she was working there, a rather odd guy we knew (who we knew because he was a childhood friend of my younger brother) decided to switch careers (from working in some tech field) and go back to school and get a degree in "early childhood education" or some such thing, at which point he began working at a different day care center from my mom. Everyone--parents, kids, other local day care workers--absolutely loved the guy and he got a big award as the local "Preschool Educator of the Year" or something like that. Then one day, out of the blue, he was arrested and charged with hundreds of counts of sexually molesting toddlers, to which he ultimately pled guilty. He and is now spending a life term without the possibility of parole in the state prison, and has been since this occurred about 15 years ago.
 
2017-08-10 06:04:53 PM  
Anderson even had a sign on the door reading, "The last one to strip naked loses."

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2017-08-10 06:19:53 PM  
Teacher √
Youth minister √
Scout master ×

2 outta 3
 
2017-08-10 07:13:11 PM  
img.fark.net
 
2017-08-10 09:35:24 PM  

Cyberluddite: It's not all that usual, I guess.  In fact, my mom used to work in a day care center, and at some point while she was working there, a rather odd guy we knew (who we knew because he was a childhood friend of my younger brother) decided to switch careers (from working in some tech field) and go back to school and get a degree in "early childhood education" or some such thing, at which point he began working at a different day care center from my mom. Everyone--parents, kids, other local day care workers--absolutely loved the guy and he got a big award as the local "Preschool Educator of the Year" or something like that. Then one day, out of the blue, he was arrested and charged with hundreds of counts of sexually molesting toddlers, to which he ultimately pled guilty. He and is now spending a life term without the possibility of parole in the state prison, and has been since this occurred about 15 years ago.


We live close enough to the daycare that I often walk my daughter to or from there if nobody with a car seat is around to pick her up (I just have my work van). There's a auto shop on the way. There's a real nice guy that works there. He always waves to us and occasionally will stroll out to the parking lot to say hi. He has a mickey mouse tattoo which he showed my daughter when she was wearing her mickey mouse shirt.

Nice guy, but I can't help be suspicious. Now there would never be a reason for him to be alone with my daughter. But what if  she was outside playing a year or two from now and "the nice man that fixes cars with the mickey mouse on his arm" drives by? She'd trust him more than she should. I shouldn't openly shun a guy who has done nothing wrong and has been nothing but friendly, but...
 
2017-08-10 10:37:32 PM  
Yeah we need a Texas tag. This motherfarker was in at least two leadership positions. What the Fark are they drinking in Texas?!? Texas constantly gives the country these dickheads, some of whom hold public office, and then we never hear the end of how great Texas is. I swear to God almighty, what the fark are those Texans doing in their free time?!? Are they all taking dick head 101?!!
 
2017-08-10 11:57:03 PM  
When interviewed, the school kids said "Heck yes we voted him Teacher of the year.  Nobody else was offering alcohol and drugs and sex parties!".
 
2017-08-11 12:03:10 AM  
The most unbelievable part of this story is that the church didn't sweep it under the rug....
 
2017-08-11 12:04:36 AM  

Cyberluddite: It's not all that usual, I guess.  In fact, my mom used to work in a day care center, and at some point while she was working there, a rather odd guy we knew (who we knew because he was a childhood friend of my younger brother) decided to switch careers (from working in some tech field) and go back to school and get a degree in "early childhood education" or some such thing, at which point he began working at a different day care center from my mom. Everyone--parents, kids, other local day care workers--absolutely loved the guy and he got a big award as the local "Preschool Educator of the Year" or something like that. Then one day, out of the blue, he was arrested and charged with hundreds of counts of sexually molesting toddlers, to which he ultimately pled guilty. He and is now spending a life term without the possibility of parole in the state prison, and has been since this occurred about 15 years ago.


Did you happen to grow up just south of Dallas/towards Waxahacthee, and this person had a last name Barbar-something ending in "i"?
 
2017-08-11 12:07:11 AM  
Unfortunately some people will look at this and say, "See, that's what the gays are all about."
 
2017-08-11 12:09:16 AM  

Cyberluddite: It's not all that usual, I guess.  In fact, my mom used to work in a day care center, and at some point while she was working there, a rather odd guy we knew (who we knew because he was a childhood friend of my younger brother) decided to switch careers (from working in some tech field) and go back to school and get a degree in "early childhood education" or some such thing, at which point he began working at a different day care center from my mom. Everyone--parents, kids, other local day care workers--absolutely loved the guy and he got a big award as the local "Preschool Educator of the Year" or something like that. Then one day, out of the blue, he was arrested and charged with hundreds of counts of sexually molesting toddlers, to which he ultimately pled guilty. He and is now spending a life term without the possibility of parole in the state prison, and has been since this occurred about 15 years ago.


Lots of people pled guilty to charges of Satanic Ritual Abuse in day care centers even when they did nothing in order to have reduced charges.
 
2017-08-11 12:10:56 AM  

jaylectricity: We live close enough to the daycare that I often walk my daughter to or from there if nobody with a car seat is around to pick her up (I just have my work van). There's a auto shop on the way. There's a real nice guy that works there. He always waves to us and occasionally will stroll out to the parking lot to say hi. He has a mickey mouse tattoo which he showed my daughter when she was wearing her mickey mouse shirt.Nice guy, but I can't help be suspicious. Now there would never be a reason for him to be alone with my daughter. But what if she was outside playing a year or two from now and "the nice man that fixes cars with the mickey mouse on his arm" drives by? She'd trust him more than she should. I shouldn't openly shun a guy who has done nothing wrong and has been nothing but friendly, but...


Does he eat pizza at Comet Ping Pong?

/don't be paranoid
 
2017-08-11 12:13:23 AM  
Well, he texted the kids' parents to apologize, so it's all OK now.
 
2017-08-11 12:13:40 AM  
San Antonio Police Department spokesman Jesse Salame

First they're trying to hide him, then they're making him spokesman? This story is confusing.
 
2017-08-11 12:14:33 AM  
They arrested Jack Whitehall?
images.duckduckgo.com
 
2017-08-11 12:28:33 AM  
By the looks of him I'm sure he'll do just fine in a Texas prison.
 
2017-08-11 12:36:00 AM  

jaylectricity: Cyberluddite: It's not all that usual, I guess.  In fact, my mom used to work in a day care center, and at some point while she was working there, a rather odd guy we knew (who we knew because he was a childhood friend of my younger brother) decided to switch careers (from working in some tech field) and go back to school and get a degree in "early childhood education" or some such thing, at which point he began working at a different day care center from my mom. Everyone--parents, kids, other local day care workers--absolutely loved the guy and he got a big award as the local "Preschool Educator of the Year" or something like that. Then one day, out of the blue, he was arrested and charged with hundreds of counts of sexually molesting toddlers, to which he ultimately pled guilty. He and is now spending a life term without the possibility of parole in the state prison, and has been since this occurred about 15 years ago.

We live close enough to the daycare that I often walk my daughter to or from there if nobody with a car seat is around to pick her up (I just have my work van). There's a auto shop on the way. There's a real nice guy that works there. He always waves to us and occasionally will stroll out to the parking lot to say hi. He has a mickey mouse tattoo which he showed my daughter when she was wearing her mickey mouse shirt.

Nice guy, but I can't help be suspicious. Now there would never be a reason for him to be alone with my daughter. But what if  she was outside playing a year or two from now and "the nice man that fixes cars with the mickey mouse on his arm" drives by? She'd trust him more than she should. I shouldn't openly shun a guy who has done nothing wrong and has been nothing but friendly, but...


I hear you. But if your alternator is backing up into the drive belt and antifreeze is leaking between the radiator and water pump and the fuel filter has become an air filter, or vice-versa, and the oil needs its cylinders changed, don't drive the guy away quite yet.
 
2017-08-11 12:39:57 AM  

jaylectricity: Cyberluddite: It's not all that usual, I guess.  In fact, my mom used to work in a day care center, and at some point while she was working there, a rather odd guy we knew (who we knew because he was a childhood friend of my younger brother) decided to switch careers (from working in some tech field) and go back to school and get a degree in "early childhood education" or some such thing, at which point he began working at a different day care center from my mom. Everyone--parents, kids, other local day care workers--absolutely loved the guy and he got a big award as the local "Preschool Educator of the Year" or something like that. Then one day, out of the blue, he was arrested and charged with hundreds of counts of sexually molesting toddlers, to which he ultimately pled guilty. He and is now spending a life term without the possibility of parole in the state prison, and has been since this occurred about 15 years ago.

We live close enough to the daycare that I often walk my daughter to or from there if nobody with a car seat is around to pick her up (I just have my work van). There's a auto shop on the way. There's a real nice guy that works there. He always waves to us and occasionally will stroll out to the parking lot to say hi. He has a mickey mouse tattoo which he showed my daughter when she was wearing her mickey mouse shirt.

Nice guy, but I can't help be suspicious. Now there would never be a reason for him to be alone with my daughter. But what if  she was outside playing a year or two from now and "the nice man that fixes cars with the mickey mouse on his arm" drives by? She'd trust him more than she should. I shouldn't openly shun a guy who has done nothing wrong and has been nothing but friendly, but...


It's a shame that men can't be friendly to kids without being a suspected molestor. I'd suspect a guy like that myself. On the other hand, I love little kids in a non-sick way, but if I show it, I'd be suspected. With women, by contrast, it's presumed to be "maternal instinct" or generally innocent.
 
2017-08-11 12:41:31 AM  

jfarkinB: San Antonio Police Department spokesman Jesse Salame

First they're trying to hide him....


So they were playing hide the Salame?
 
2017-08-11 12:43:39 AM  

JuggleGeek: When interviewed, the school kids said "Heck yes we voted him Teacher of the year.  Nobody else was offering alcohol and drugs and sex parties!".


This was basically what I was going to say. Of course he was teacher of the year! I would have voted for that farker too if I was in his class.
 
2017-08-11 12:44:19 AM  
The more things like this happen, the fewer men there are in the teaching profession.

When the female to male teacher ratio is highly skewed toward women....

Giggity
 
2017-08-11 12:44:47 AM  

mod3072: JuggleGeek: When interviewed, the school kids said "Heck yes we voted him Teacher of the year.  Nobody else was offering alcohol and drugs and sex parties!".

This was basically what I was going to say. Of course he was teacher of the year! I would have voted for that farker too if I was in his class.


You are in his class.
 
2017-08-11 12:48:16 AM  
Anderson also was a local church leader,

armedlaughing.files.wordpress.com
 
2017-08-11 12:51:24 AM  
I call bullshiat.  He was from Texas and they weren't related to him?  Unbelievable...
 
2017-08-11 01:01:17 AM  

gerbilpox: jaylectricity: Cyberluddite: It's not all that usual, I guess.  In fact, my mom used to work in a day care center, and at some point while she was working there, a rather odd guy we knew (who we knew because he was a childhood friend of my younger brother) decided to switch careers (from working in some tech field) and go back to school and get a degree in "early childhood education" or some such thing, at which point he began working at a different day care center from my mom. Everyone--parents, kids, other local day care workers--absolutely loved the guy and he got a big award as the local "Preschool Educator of the Year" or something like that. Then one day, out of the blue, he was arrested and charged with hundreds of counts of sexually molesting toddlers, to which he ultimately pled guilty. He and is now spending a life term without the possibility of parole in the state prison, and has been since this occurred about 15 years ago.

We live close enough to the daycare that I often walk my daughter to or from there if nobody with a car seat is around to pick her up (I just have my work van). There's a auto shop on the way. There's a real nice guy that works there. He always waves to us and occasionally will stroll out to the parking lot to say hi. He has a mickey mouse tattoo which he showed my daughter when she was wearing her mickey mouse shirt.

Nice guy, but I can't help be suspicious. Now there would never be a reason for him to be alone with my daughter. But what if  she was outside playing a year or two from now and "the nice man that fixes cars with the mickey mouse on his arm" drives by? She'd trust him more than she should. I shouldn't openly shun a guy who has done nothing wrong and has been nothing but friendly, but...

It's a shame that men can't be friendly to kids without being a suspected molestor. I'd suspect a guy like that myself. On the other hand, I love little kids in a non-sick way, but if I show it, I'd be suspected. With women, by contrast, it's presumed to be "maternal instinct" or generally innocent.


I'm a single father who has several unrelated underage girls in my apartment everyday. I've been doing this for years without issue.

/They go to my daughter's room
//And I play on my xbone
///I play Overwatch, get your mind out of the gutter.
 
2017-08-11 01:08:49 AM  

MrSplifferton: gerbilpox: jaylectricity: Cyberluddite: ...
We live close enough to the daycare that I often walk my daughter to or from there if nobody with a car seat is around to pick her up (I just have my work van). There's a auto shop on the way. There's a real nice guy that works there. He always waves to us and occasionally will stroll out to the parking lot to say hi. He has a mickey mouse tattoo which he showed my daughter when she was wearing her mickey mouse shirt.

Nice guy, but I can't help be suspicious. Now there would never be a reason for him to be alone with my daughter. But what if  she was outside playing a year or two from now and "the nice man that fixes cars with the mickey mouse on his arm" drives by? She'd trust him more than she should. I shouldn't openly shun a guy who has done nothing wrong and has been nothing but friendly, but...

It's a shame that men can't be friendly to kids without being a suspected molestor. I'd suspect a guy like that myself. On the other hand, I love little kids in a non-sick way, but if I show it, I'd be suspected

. With women, by contrast, it's presumed to be "maternal instinct" or generally innocent.

I'm a single father who has several unrelated underage girls in my apartment everyday. I've been doing this for years without issue.
/They go to my daughter's room
//And I play on my xbone
///I play Overwatch, get your mind out of the gutter.


So you drilled a peephole?
 
2017-08-11 01:18:22 AM  

gerbilpox: jaylectricity: Cyberluddite: It's not all that usual, I guess.  In fact, my mom used to work in a day care center, and at some point while she was working there, a rather odd guy we knew (who we knew because he was a childhood friend of my younger brother) decided to switch careers (from working in some tech field) and go back to school and get a degree in "early childhood education" or some such thing, at which point he began working at a different day care center from my mom. Everyone--parents, kids, other local day care workers--absolutely loved the guy and he got a big award as the local "Preschool Educator of the Year" or something like that. Then one day, out of the blue, he was arrested and charged with hundreds of counts of sexually molesting toddlers, to which he ultimately pled guilty. He and is now spending a life term without the possibility of parole in the state prison, and has been since this occurred about 15 years ago.

We live close enough to the daycare that I often walk my daughter to or from there if nobody with a car seat is around to pick her up (I just have my work van). There's a auto shop on the way. There's a real nice guy that works there. He always waves to us and occasionally will stroll out to the parking lot to say hi. He has a mickey mouse tattoo which he showed my daughter when she was wearing her mickey mouse shirt.

Nice guy, but I can't help be suspicious. Now there would never be a reason for him to be alone with my daughter. But what if  she was outside playing a year or two from now and "the nice man that fixes cars with the mickey mouse on his arm" drives by? She'd trust him more than she should. I shouldn't openly shun a guy who has done nothing wrong and has been nothing but friendly, but...

It's a shame that men can't be friendly to kids without being a suspected molestor. I'd suspect a guy like that myself. On the other hand, I love little kids in a non-sick way, but if I show it, I'd be suspected. With women, by contrast, it's presumed to be "maternal instinct" or generally innocent.


He jacked and jacked and jacked, then pumped and pumped. Then he put the car on the lift and changed the tire.
 
2017-08-11 01:23:42 AM  

MrSplifferton: I'm a single father who has several unrelated underage girls in my apartment everyday. I've been doing this for years without issue.

/They go to my daughter's room
//And I play on my xbone
///I play Overwatch, get your mind out of the gutter.


I'm not sure what Overwatch is, but we can figure it out while you're having a seat over there.
 
2017-08-11 01:24:32 AM  

gerbilpox: MrSplifferton: gerbilpox: jaylectricity: Cyberluddite: ...
We live close enough to the daycare that I often walk my daughter to or from there if nobody with a car seat is around to pick her up (I just have my work van). There's a auto shop on the way. There's a real nice guy that works there. He always waves to us and occasionally will stroll out to the parking lot to say hi. He has a mickey mouse tattoo which he showed my daughter when she was wearing her mickey mouse shirt.

Nice guy, but I can't help be suspicious. Now there would never be a reason for him to be alone with my daughter. But what if  she was outside playing a year or two from now and "the nice man that fixes cars with the mickey mouse on his arm" drives by? She'd trust him more than she should. I shouldn't openly shun a guy who has done nothing wrong and has been nothing but friendly, but...

It's a shame that men can't be friendly to kids without being a suspected molestor. I'd suspect a guy like that myself. On the other hand, I love little kids in a non-sick way, but if I show it, I'd be suspected. With women, by contrast, it's presumed to be "maternal instinct" or generally innocent.

I'm a single father who has several unrelated underage girls in my apartment everyday. I've been doing this for years without issue.
/They go to my daughter's room
//And I play on my xbone
///I play Overwatch, get your mind out of the gutter.

So you drilled a peephole?


I regretted that post as soon as I hit 'add comment'
 
2017-08-11 01:31:43 AM  

MrSplifferton: gerbilpox: MrSplifferton: gerbilpox: jaylectricity: Cyberluddite: ...
We live close enough to the daycare that I often walk my daughter to or from there if nobody with a car seat is around to pick her up (I just have my work van). There's a auto shop on the way. There's a real nice guy that works there. He always waves to us and occasionally will stroll out to the parking lot to say hi. He has a mickey mouse tattoo which he showed my daughter when she was wearing her mickey mouse shirt.

Nice guy, but I can't help be suspicious. Now there would never be a reason for him to be alone with my daughter. But what if  she was outside playing a year or two from now and "the nice man that fixes cars with the mickey mouse on his arm" drives by? She'd trust him more than she should. I shouldn't openly shun a guy who has done nothing wrong and has been nothing but friendly, but...

It's a shame that men can't be friendly to kids without being a suspected molestor. I'd suspect a guy like that myself. On the other hand, I love little kids in a non-sick way, but if I show it, I'd be suspected. With women, by contrast, it's presumed to be "maternal instinct" or generally innocent.

I'm a single father who has several unrelated underage girls in my apartment everyday. I've been doing this for years without issue.
/They go to my daughter's room
//And I play on my xbone
///I play Overwatch, get your mind out of the gutter.

So you drilled a peephole?

I regretted that post as soon as I hit 'add comment'


Xbone didn't help your cause ...
 
2017-08-11 01:40:54 AM  

thisisyourbrainonFark: MrSplifferton: gerbilpox: MrSplifferton: gerbilpox: jaylectricity: Cyberluddite: ...
We live close enough to the daycare that I often walk my daughter to or from there if nobody with a car seat is around to pick her up (I just have my work van). There's a auto shop on the way. There's a real nice guy that works there. He always waves to us and occasionally will stroll out to the parking lot to say hi. He has a mickey mouse tattoo which he showed my daughter when she was wearing her mickey mouse shirt.

Nice guy, but I can't help be suspicious. Now there would never be a reason for him to be alone with my daughter. But what if  she was outside playing a year or two from now and "the nice man that fixes cars with the mickey mouse on his arm" drives by? She'd trust him more than she should. I shouldn't openly shun a guy who has done nothing wrong and has been nothing but friendly, but...

It's a shame that men can't be friendly to kids without being a suspected molestor. I'd suspect a guy like that myself. On the other hand, I love little kids in a non-sick way, but if I show it, I'd be suspected. With women, by contrast, it's presumed to be "maternal instinct" or generally innocent.

I'm a single father who has several unrelated underage girls in my apartment everyday. I've been doing this for years without issue.
/They go to my daughter's room
//And I play on my xbone
///I play Overwatch, get your mind out of the gutter.

So you drilled a peephole?

I regretted that post as soon as I hit 'add comment'

Xbone didn't help your cause ...


Xbox one, but that's a lot more to type on a phone.  My point was that not all of us guys are bad people, some of us just want our kids to play so that we can do our own thing.
 
2017-08-11 01:47:08 AM  

gerbilpox: jaylectricity: Cyberluddite: It's not all that usual, I guess.  In fact, my mom used to work in a day care center, and at some point while she was working there, a rather odd guy we knew (who we knew because he was a childhood friend of my younger brother) decided to switch careers (from working in some tech field) and go back to school and get a degree in "early childhood education" or some such thing, at which point he began working at a different day care center from my mom. Everyone--parents, kids, other local day care workers--absolutely loved the guy and he got a big award as the local "Preschool Educator of the Year" or something like that. Then one day, out of the blue, he was arrested and charged with hundreds of counts of sexually molesting toddlers, to which he ultimately pled guilty. He and is now spending a life term without the possibility of parole in the state prison, and has been since this occurred about 15 years ago.

We live close enough to the daycare that I often walk my daughter to or from there if nobody with a car seat is around to pick her up (I just have my work van). There's a auto shop on the way. There's a real nice guy that works there. He always waves to us and occasionally will stroll out to the parking lot to say hi. He has a mickey mouse tattoo which he showed my daughter when she was wearing her mickey mouse shirt.

Nice guy, but I can't help be suspicious. Now there would never be a reason for him to be alone with my daughter. But what if  she was outside playing a year or two from now and "the nice man that fixes cars with the mickey mouse on his arm" drives by? She'd trust him more than she should. I shouldn't openly shun a guy who has done nothing wrong and has been nothing but friendly, but...

It's a shame that men can't be friendly to kids without being a suspected molestor. I'd suspect a guy like that myself. On the other hand, I love little kids in a non-sick way, but if I show it, I'd be suspected. With women, by contras ...


I'm a 300lb man who used to work out all the time.  I'm big, is what I'm saying.  I also am a single dad, raising two girls by myself (almost done...lol..right, when't is ever done?).  I had to teach my youngest about puberty and only got my oldest after being kidnapped for 16 years.  I'm sensitive, compassionate to women's issues due to seeing them through my daughters' eyes, etc...  But yet, I'm a suspect if I'm ever kind to children simply because I'm an adult male.

I've gotten over the people judging me, though.  I just won't speak to children in public and will even be abrasive if they won't leave me alone.  I'm tired of talking to the police because of assumptions and I'd rather be thought of as an asshole than a molester.
 
2017-08-11 02:04:16 AM  

RJReves: Teacher √
Youth minister √
Scout master ×

2 outta 3


Our big local one was this female teacher who was also in charge of the fellowship of christian athletes.

Now to be fair I'm pretty sure her screaming "Oh God, Oh God" in the car was pretty inspirational, but unfortunately the only light they saw wasn't the Lord but a cop patrolling the high school parking lot.
 
2017-08-11 02:05:20 AM  

DemonKing561: The most unbelievable part of this story is that the church didn't sweep it under the rug....


Resolve and a sponge after some Goo Gone typically does it for that kind of party....
 
2017-08-11 02:11:00 AM  

derpes_simplex: mod3072: JuggleGeek: When interviewed, the school kids said "Heck yes we voted him Teacher of the year.  Nobody else was offering alcohol and drugs and sex parties!".

This was basically what I was going to say. Of course he was teacher of the year! I would have voted for that farker too if I was in his class.

You are in his class.


Did my microaggression trigger you? Do you need a safe space? I was making a joke, but I understand that the far left is the most humorless group of people in existence, perhaps in all of human history. If my comment hurt your feelings, please feel free to fark off.
 
2017-08-11 02:56:12 AM  

mod3072: derpes_simplex: mod3072: JuggleGeek: When interviewed, the school kids said "Heck yes we voted him Teacher of the year.  Nobody else was offering alcohol and drugs and sex parties!".

This was basically what I was going to say. Of course he was teacher of the year! I would have voted for that farker too if I was in his class.

You are in his class.

Did my microaggression trigger you? Do you need a safe space? I was making a joke, but I understand that the far left is the most humorless group of people in existence, perhaps in all of human history. If my comment hurt your feelings, please feel free to fark off.


Did my microaggression trigger you? Do you need a safe space? I was making a joke, but I understand that the far right is the most humorless group of people in existence, perhaps in all of human history. If my comment hurt your feelings, please feel free to fark off.
 
2017-08-11 03:00:40 AM  
All I know is that if one of my high school teachers invited me to a sex party and it was just dudes, I'd be disappointed. Not mad - because being gay is completely fine. I'd just be disappointed. Like that time in Boy Scouts where late one night my tent-mate Danny said "hey - you want to look at some magazines?"
"yeah.. that sounds cool" I said, flipping on my flashlight. He then busted out a stack of Car-Toons. A little bit later we knocked over the tent of the guys next to us. Then they knocked down another tent, and so on. The morning found an entire scout troop sleeping in destroyed tents, every one of us miserably sodden with dew.
 
2017-08-11 03:05:58 AM  

mod3072: derpes_simplex: mod3072: JuggleGeek: When interviewed, the school kids said "Heck yes we voted him Teacher of the year.  Nobody else was offering alcohol and drugs and sex parties!".

This was basically what I was going to say. Of course he was teacher of the year! I would have voted for that farker too if I was in his class.

You are in his class.

Did my microaggression trigger you? Do you need a safe space? I was making a joke, but I understand that the far left is the most humorless group of people in existence, perhaps in all of human history. If my comment hurt your feelings, please feel free to fark off.


I was about to respond to another thing related to something inane I posted, but the bolded above caught my attention. AND I AM IN ALL CAPS for a bit because I'm truly interested in Farkers' opinion about this. I'm left wing, I like Patton Oswalt, Louis C.K., and decry Trump's stance on international affairs, but also Trump's documented responsibility for funding the second Caddyshack. Am I that far too the left?
 
2017-08-11 03:12:39 AM  

thisisyourbrainonFark: I was about to respond to another thing related to something inane I posted, but the bolded above caught my attention. AND I AM IN ALL CAPS for a bit because I'm truly interested in Farkers' opinion about this. I'm left wing, I like Patton Oswalt, Louis C.K., and decry Trump's stance on international affairs, but also Trump's documented responsibility for funding the second Caddyshack. Am I that far too the left?


Only if you think Aziz Ansari is funny.
 
2017-08-11 03:20:16 AM  

mod3072: derpes_simplex: mod3072: JuggleGeek: When interviewed, the school kids said "Heck yes we voted him Teacher of the year. Nobody else was offering alcohol and drugs and sex parties!".

This was basically what I was going to say. Of course he was teacher of the year! I would have voted for that farker too if I was in his class.

You are in his class.

Did my microaggression trigger you? Do you need a safe space? I was making a joke, but I understand that the far left is the most humorless group of people in existence, perhaps in all of human history. If my comment hurt your feelings, please feel free to fark off.


i1210.photobucket.com
/thin skinned right-winger that can't take a joke, mocking left-wingers for being humorless
 
2017-08-11 04:01:00 AM  
he was hosting sex parties for teen boys at his home. Anderson also was a local church leader

Dude no way
 
2017-08-11 04:20:33 AM  
I subbed at my old high school for a good five years and always found odd that people would pursue these relationships while I myself was paranoid about any false accusations. Also, teenagers talk a lot, so risky anywhere you look at it.

Thankfully, I was never falsely accused nor did I pursue any relations, but I never got hit on (at least that I was aware of) in high school until I subbed. It was  especially weird when I started subbing at 19 and was hit on by 17 and 18 year old students in particular. If I wasn't subbing, it'd  be legal and since I was well liked by most, probably would be considered a good thing. However, as a sub, it'd be jail time.

I do miss subbing high school (and teaching a class for a semester). The students are past the super awkward middle school stage and many are intelligent enough to be decent conversationalists.

As a side note on teacher boinking a student, one of the guy coaches at my place was arrested for having relations with a girl student. In talking with the students, I learned that the student turned him at the time as he told her he wanted to pursue women closer to his age. He was about 28 and she was I think 16 or 17 at the time.
 
2017-08-11 05:05:15 AM  

derpes_simplex: thisisyourbrainonFark: I was about to respond to another thing related to something inane I posted, but the bolded above caught my attention. AND I AM IN ALL CAPS for a bit because I'm truly interested in Farkers' opinion about this. I'm left wing, I like Patton Oswalt, Louis C.K., and decry Trump's stance on international affairs, but also Trump's documented responsibility for funding the second Caddyshack. Am I that far too the left?

Only if you think Aziz Ansari is funny.


Yeah.. he's public radio funny. Like, the day of the news everyone at work makes the joke, the day after that it hits reddit, day three it makes Fallon, day four it hits fark, day five it's on morning zoo radio, day six it's on SNL, day seven it's on Wait Wait Don't Tell Me. A month later it's forwarded to you by your aunt on facebook.
 
2017-08-11 05:12:18 AM  

MrSplifferton: I'm a single father who has several unrelated underage girls in my apartment everyday. I've been doing this for years without issue.

/They go to my daughter's room
//And I play on my xbone
///I play Overwatch, get your mind out of the gutter.


Because you totally aren't wankin' it to D.va, Mercy, and Widowmaker while the kids are in the next room.

/Kidding!
/Damn what I'd do for a moment alone with any of them though....
 
2017-08-11 06:16:22 AM  

gerbilpox: jaylectricity: Cyberluddite: It's not all that usual, I guess.  In fact, my mom used to work in a day care center, and at some point while she was working there, a rather odd guy we knew (who we knew because he was a childhood friend of my younger brother) decided to switch careers (from working in some tech field) and go back to school and get a degree in "early childhood education" or some such thing, at which point he began working at a different day care center from my mom. Everyone--parents, kids, other local day care workers--absolutely loved the guy and he got a big award as the local "Preschool Educator of the Year" or something like that. Then one day, out of the blue, he was arrested and charged with hundreds of counts of sexually molesting toddlers, to which he ultimately pled guilty. He and is now spending a life term without the possibility of parole in the state prison, and has been since this occurred about 15 years ago.

We live close enough to the daycare that I often walk my daughter to or from there if nobody with a car seat is around to pick her up (I just have my work van). There's a auto shop on the way. There's a real nice guy that works there. He always waves to us and occasionally will stroll out to the parking lot to say hi. He has a mickey mouse tattoo which he showed my daughter when she was wearing her mickey mouse shirt.

Nice guy, but I can't help be suspicious. Now there would never be a reason for him to be alone with my daughter. But what if  she was outside playing a year or two from now and "the nice man that fixes cars with the mickey mouse on his arm" drives by? She'd trust him more than she should. I shouldn't openly shun a guy who has done nothing wrong and has been nothing but friendly, but...

It's a shame that men can't be friendly to kids without being a suspected molestor. I'd suspect a guy like that myself. On the other hand, I love little kids in a non-sick way, but if I show it, I'd be suspected. With women, by contrast, it's presumed to be "maternal instinct" or generally innocent.


Before I had my daughter I was the same way. I was great with kids,  but talk to one at the beach,  and the harpies come shrilling.
 
2017-08-11 06:19:18 AM  

foxyshadis: MrSplifferton: I'm a single father who has several unrelated underage girls in my apartment everyday. I've been doing this for years without issue.

/They go to my daughter's room
//And I play on my xbone
///I play Overwatch, get your mind out of the gutter.

Because you totally aren't wankin' it to D.va, Mercy, and Widowmaker while the kids are in the next room.


img.fark.net
 
2017-08-11 07:03:10 AM  
Another Jared caught after participating in sex crimes with underage girls.

On a totally unrelated note, what are all these rumors I keep hearing regarding Trump Modelling Agency?
 
2017-08-11 07:41:11 AM  
I see we've gone past the eww of male student to male teacher and right on to lynch the bastard in the appropriate reaction to student teacher relationship

partasti: Another Jared caught after participating in sex crimes with underage girls.

On a totally unrelated note, what are all these rumors I keep hearing regarding Trump Modelling Agency?


Wanna know how I know you didn't read the article?
 
2017-08-11 07:51:34 AM  
Sex party with no broads? That's a pass.
 
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