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2022-01-21 12:13:17 PM  
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2022-01-21 1:33:55 PM  
Good. Should tell parents "Next time I use Gorrila tape!" Lol! I spent Xmas with breakthrough Omicron. Terribly ill, would have been on respirator or worse without vax. 3 Pfizer shots. Got it from nephew with 2 Moderna, Pfizer booster who works in a hotel full of idjit tourists from idjit places where "No gubmint gonna tell me how to die! That's Joe Rogan's job!"
Idjits spreading Omicron.
Good for her!
 
2022-01-21 3:59:35 PM  
Was she out of staples?
 
2022-01-21 4:25:26 PM  
Never go full masking tape.
 
2022-01-21 4:26:10 PM  
that one still frame doesn't look particularly punitive. if you were mad about it you'd probably be pulling the roll around the back of his head, right?
 
2022-01-21 4:27:00 PM  
"I hope we can all agree that taping masks to children's faces crosses the LINE. This was not a joke for the child or the parents," the group said

I thought Republicans were all in favor of bringing back corporal punishment. Something something pronouns.
 
2022-01-21 4:27:08 PM  
How DARE a teacher try to avoid a deadly plague without catching it herself?!?!?!
 
2022-01-21 4:28:00 PM  
'Murica is slowly approaching to "'Do you read Sutter Kane?" levels
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2022-01-21 4:28:31 PM  

baorao: that one still frame doesn't look particularly punitive. if you were mad about it you'd probably be pulling the roll around the back of his head, right?


That's my thought too. The mask looks loose, he could have very well asked for help because it kept falling down. TFA even states that they don't know what happened before the picture.
 
2022-01-21 4:29:02 PM  

baorao: that one still frame doesn't look particularly punitive. if you were mad about it you'd probably be pulling the roll around the back of his head, right?


I was imagining the kid in a headlock, too.
 
2022-01-21 4:29:38 PM  
Maybe the student asked for it.  When my glasses are fogging badly, I use medical tape along the nose bridge to fix it.
 
2022-01-21 4:31:03 PM  
Schools need firm policies with concrete consequences for failure to abide. My wife's school, for instance, announced to staff over the holidays that they'd finally be implementing a "proof of vaccination or regular negative tests" requirement for students to be in-class. As of today, there's still been no wider announcement to the students or parents and, seemingly, no enforcement.

The school DOES have a mask requirement. And my wife has basically had it with one kid who is constantly wearing his mask under his chin, or in a manner that is not covering his mouth/nose. She has called him out on it repeatedly, but there has been no consequence beyond a "talking to".

I'm not in favor of teachers putting their hands on students in a punitive measure. But at some point the coddling has to stop.
 
2022-01-21 4:31:04 PM  
I may use tape myself now that I've seen this. Really sick of my mask covering my eyes when I do something like look down.
 
2022-01-21 4:34:29 PM  

SpectroBoy: How DARE a teacher try to avoid a deadly plague without catching it herself?!?!?!


It wasnt a DARE teacher tho they might scare those kids straight. Dont do drugs kids.
 
2022-01-21 4:35:41 PM  
The photograph was posted Monday on a Facebook page for "North Penn Stronger Together," the name for a slate of Republican candidates who lost election to the school board in November,

Hmm.
 
2022-01-21 4:37:39 PM  

Cafe Threads: Was she out of staples?


A young teen decides he's getting older and will soon be having lots of sex, so he needs to buy condoms. He goes to the pharmacy and picks some out, 5 for $2. The clerk rings up the order and asks for $2.10. He asks, "What's the extra ten cents for?" She says "Oh, that's for tax." He replies, "Well I wondered what kept them on."
 
2022-01-21 4:37:47 PM  
I've seen many short educational films concerning teachers, flight attendants, masks and tape. So I'm pretty sure how all of this is going to end up.
 
2022-01-21 4:37:47 PM  
She must have left her suture kit at home that day.
 
2022-01-21 4:37:54 PM  

optimistic_cynic: baorao: that one still frame doesn't look particularly punitive. if you were mad about it you'd probably be pulling the roll around the back of his head, right?

That's my thought too. The mask looks loose, he could have very well asked for help because it kept falling down. TFA even states that they don't know what happened before the picture.


Since when has knowing the facts been relevant when there's an internet lynching to be had?

Case in point.  Hope the kid got rich off the lawsuits.

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2022-01-21 4:39:31 PM  

kmgenesis23: Schools need firm policies with concrete consequences for failure to abide. My wife's school, for instance, announced to staff over the holidays that they'd finally be implementing a "proof of vaccination or regular negative tests" requirement for students to be in-class. As of today, there's still been no wider announcement to the students or parents and, seemingly, no enforcement.

The school DOES have a mask requirement. And my wife has basically had it with one kid who is constantly wearing his mask under his chin, or in a manner that is not covering his mouth/nose. She has called him out on it repeatedly, but there has been no consequence beyond a "talking to".

I'm not in favor of teachers putting their hands on students in a punitive measure. But at some point the coddling has to stop.


Where is fark from 2 years ago where 0 tolerance is stupid.

Look, PLEASE GET VACCINATED, my kid is. PLEASE WEAR A MASK IN PLACES YOU ARE AT HIGH RISK, my kid does.

PLEASE IF YOU ARE AN EDUCATOR EDUCATE, and not bust out the tape.
 
2022-01-21 4:41:38 PM  

kmgenesis23: Schools need firm policies with concrete consequences for failure to abide. My wife's school, for instance, announced to staff over the holidays that they'd finally be implementing a "proof of vaccination or regular negative tests" requirement for students to be in-class. As of today, there's still been no wider announcement to the students or parents and, seemingly, no enforcement.

The school DOES have a mask requirement. And my wife has basically had it with one kid who is constantly wearing his mask under his chin, or in a manner that is not covering his mouth/nose. She has called him out on it repeatedly, but there has been no consequence beyond a "talking to".

I'm not in favor of teachers putting their hands on students in a punitive measure. But at some point the coddling has to stop.


Can't your wife give really shiatty busy work, and pop quizzes, to the whole class every time the little shiat refuses to wear a mask, and tell the class they are all paying for his stupidity? This would provide a great lesson that parallels how society pays for selfish idiots like that kid. And if classmates were to take matters into their own hands to make the little shiat stop, that would be an awful shame.
 
2022-01-21 4:44:28 PM  

BunchaRubes: Hope the kid got rich off the lawsuits.


With Lin Wood as his attorney? lawl.
 
2022-01-21 4:45:02 PM  
That reminds me of the time my 2nd grade teacher taped my mouth shut.

I used to think it was sort of a funny story but as I have gotten older, I'm starting to get that that wasn't OK.
 
2022-01-21 4:46:47 PM  

UltimaCS: "I hope we can all agree that taping masks to children's faces crosses the LINE. This was not a joke for the child or the parents," the group said

I thought Republicans were all in favor of bringing back corporal punishment. Something something pronouns.


I bet his parents treat Covid like a joke.
 
2022-01-21 4:48:09 PM  
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2022-01-21 4:51:00 PM  
Hero tag out with COVID?
 
2022-01-21 4:51:24 PM  

Needlessly Complicated: That reminds me of the time my 2nd grade teacher taped my mouth shut.

I used to think it was sort of a funny story but as I have gotten older, I'm starting to get that that wasn't OK.


When I was in 8th grade one kid refused to take his hat off in class. The teacher (minor league washout) walked over to his desk, picked up the entire desk with the kid in it, and tipped the whole thing over with a crash.

Everyone laughed about it, but thinking about it today, yikes.
 
2022-01-21 5:12:30 PM  
Circa 1981 Spanish Class Substitute teacher

She took attendance, lots of kids used funny names.... Ben Dover, Al Coholic, etc.

she handed out assignments and had us work in pairs.

one such pair ( were BF and GFs) and the girl moved her desk next to his and proceeded to give him a hand job right under the desk.  When she was done, she got up and tried leaving the room

Teacher: And where do you think you're going young lady?
Girl: I need to use the rest room
Teacher: I see, probably to wipe the cum off your hands right? You think I'm stupid? I saw what you and your friend were up to. No, you may not use the restroom, you can wipe your hands on your jeans and return back to your seat young lady.
Girl: (under her breath)  biatch.
Teacher: I've been called worse. Go sit down.
 
2022-01-21 5:29:03 PM  

kbronsito: kmgenesis23: Schools need firm policies with concrete consequences for failure to abide. My wife's school, for instance, announced to staff over the holidays that they'd finally be implementing a "proof of vaccination or regular negative tests" requirement for students to be in-class. As of today, there's still been no wider announcement to the students or parents and, seemingly, no enforcement.

The school DOES have a mask requirement. And my wife has basically had it with one kid who is constantly wearing his mask under his chin, or in a manner that is not covering his mouth/nose. She has called him out on it repeatedly, but there has been no consequence beyond a "talking to".

I'm not in favor of teachers putting their hands on students in a punitive measure. But at some point the coddling has to stop.

Can't your wife give really shiatty busy work, and pop quizzes, to the whole class every time the little shiat refuses to wear a mask, and tell the class they are all paying for his stupidity? This would provide a great lesson that parallels how society pays for selfish idiots like that kid. And if classmates were to take matters into their own hands to make the little shiat stop, that would be an awful shame.


No that's just lazy teaching. The rest of the class will resent you if you tie their rewards to one shiatty kid.

I've taken to farting around the maskless students. Lol
 
2022-01-21 5:35:03 PM  
Ctrl+f "not helping"

Nothing. Gah.
 
2022-01-21 5:50:21 PM  

Needlessly Complicated: That reminds me of the time my 2nd grade teacher taped my mouth shut.

I used to think it was sort of a funny story but as I have gotten older, I'm starting to get that that wasn't OK.


Our 2nd grade nun used to do that, but in my case she stuffed my mouth full of unshelled pecans instead.

If I had it to do over, rather than crying I would pretend to be choking to death.

In this case, it looks like the teacher might have been helping the kid. I have used paper tape to keep my own mask up.
 
2022-01-21 5:56:15 PM  
Next time, use a gold star. My teacher used to stick those on students, and parents liked that!
 
2022-01-21 6:03:58 PM  
I mean, it's a good idea with loose masks. Heck, I wear a silicone gasket under mine to achieve a similar effect.
 
2022-01-21 6:17:19 PM  
After spending a week in the ICU, all I have to say is,

"Get that mask on that little viral vector and call CPS on his children"
 
2022-01-21 6:36:01 PM  

ColonelCathcart: After spending a week in the ICU, all I have to say is,

"Get that mask on that little viral vector and call CPS on his children"


Yeesh, now you're trying to spread the hoax?
 
2022-01-21 6:41:24 PM  

Nurglitch: ColonelCathcart: After spending a week in the ICU, all I have to say is,

"Get that mask on that little viral vector and call CPS on his children"

Yeesh, now you're trying to spread the hoax?


It's not a hoax! I couldn't post on Fark for a whole week because of it!
 
2022-01-21 9:41:30 PM  
I... I don't think that taping a Covid mask on a kid is wrongful at all.
 
2022-01-22 4:35:21 AM  
kmgenesis23: ...I'm not in favor of teachers putting their hands on students...

Damn right. Teacher could catch Covid. Best to use a stick or something
 
2022-01-22 5:08:51 AM  

Cafe Threads: Was she out of staples?


Nail gun would also be acceptable...
 
2022-01-22 9:10:04 AM  

BunchaRubes: optimistic_cynic: baorao: that one still frame doesn't look particularly punitive. if you were mad about it you'd probably be pulling the roll around the back of his head, right?

That's my thought too. The mask looks loose, he could have very well asked for help because it kept falling down. TFA even states that they don't know what happened before the picture.

Since when has knowing the facts been relevant when there's an internet lynching to be had?

Case in point.  Hope the kid got rich off the lawsuits.

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Ever notice that the right-wing heroes are invariably insufferable douchebags?
 
2022-01-22 12:26:45 PM  
I really hate Americans anymore. We're an entire country of trust-fund-baby-minded children in adult bodies.

Even people who have only ever lived in poverty can develop the nicest sheen of narcissism by being taught how to behave by television.

It's so sad to realize it's always been a con. We've never been the good guys... except in WW2... and we were the good guys because the bad guys were really bad.

Use comedy to enforce common sense? Time to get the lawyers involved.

Damn it SO much.
 
2022-01-22 2:06:56 PM  
So an image taken out of context so people can forward their own agendas.
Shocking
 
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