Teachers strike back at students' online pranks
By Patrik Jonsson Mon Feb 25, 3:00 AM ET
ATLANTA - Tech-savvy teenagers are increasingly paying a heavy price – including criminal arrest – for parodying their teachers on the Internet.
Tired of fat jokes and false accusations of teacher-lounge partying or worse, teachers and principals are fighting back against digital ridicule and slander by their students – often with civil lawsuits and long-term suspensions or permanent expulsions. . .
In the so-called "Teacher Sux" case in Pennsylvania, for example, a high school student put up a website about a teacher with threats and comments such as "she shows off her fat ... legs."
The lawsuit against the student said that after viewing the web page, the teacher felt unable "to go out of the house and mingle with crowds."
Wow, if anyone was wondering just how pitiful and inept American educators have become, just read this. What a bunch of child-like overly sensitive twits. Where do these low level thinkers come off thinking that they are above parody? How indignant that they would go after students who perpetrate harmless high school pranks. Wouldn't it be more appropriate to simply ignore that perpetrators of such silly behaviors and act above such teenage hijinks? Nope, these mental midgets have to play right into the hands of these teenage pranksters. They make heros out of these kids by responding in such a radical manner. What kid wouldn't want to have their teacher bring a lawsuit against them simply for perpetrating a harmless prank.
Gee, I hope poor old fat legged thunder thighs finally regains her dignity and is ready to go out and mingle. . . fuck you bitch, stay in the house.
Wow!! Students win big time and teacher demonstrate what petty childish morons they are.
Maybe if teachers were less so and acted with dignity, confidence and competence in the classroom they wouldn't have to worry about students making fools of them.
Just another indication of how silly and child-like our proletariat society has become.