As I check my daily RSS feeds one story caught my attention. It was about a Florida teacher who was asked to resign after her bikini modeling pictures had surfaced. First thing that came to mind as a red-blooded male conditioned by the obsession of sex through popular culture was “If she was my teacher I’d pay more attention to school.”
More like, “If she was my teacher I would have gone to fucking Harvard.”
The constant here is American hypocrisy and the lunacy that is our education system. In order to protect the integrity of the school, faculty, and administration they would resort to treating this like we’re idiots. “A personal matter.” Of course the kids she teaches will know about why their hot English teacher got fired. We’re living in the Digital Information age of the Internet. What’s even worse is that the school has made a move that could potentially alter fragile preteen and teenage minds that no physical body is safe for employment.
“Our teacher got fired because she was hot?”
Let’s not forget the American education system, where teachers who are tasked to educate the next generation of Americans, are vastly underpaid. They’re so underpaid that teachers like the one I’m talking about had to do bikini shots for an extra buck. It could be that this is also another passion of hers. I don’t know. The point is that what has worked then for our schools, doesn’t work now. Especially with the high awareness these kids possess. Did anyone ever think that when parents my age and the generation of failures will raise our kids with the belief that school grades has no diction to a person’s worth?
And whoever reblogged or shared that one picture post that ended up looking like a meme (never use Impact font when making a serious point), about Finland treating their educators like doctors with the same pay grade, not necessarily true. Which begs the question, WHY THE FUCK WOULD YOU BELIEVE FACTS SHARED ON SOCIAL MEDIA? Doctors in Finland make half of what American doctors make. Teachers in Finland make $8K less than American teachers. Finland has a 30% increase in cost of living over America with a 4% poverty rate. Their education system is closely aligned to PISA. I highly doubt more recess time will make kids better at their shit. Quit stalling. Stop the forced inspiration and social justice. Especially when the facts are exaggeratedly skewed. It’s officially retarded. Y’all fuckin’ retarded.
Olivia Sprauer. I got a boner jam.
Slow Your Roll is still a dope album after all these years.
This Persona 3 OST is Godly. I ain’t even a big J-Rock/Pop fan either. I’m strongly considering purchasing a PS Vita in the near future just to play Persona 4 Golden.
Lebron should know in this day and age of extremism, never to mock a Mohammed.
Has anyone ever realized that Drake’s “Started From the Bottom” track is about seeds becoming plants?
Favorite Milhouse scene.
Bulls, Pacers, Warriors, and Grizzlies. Burn down the establishment.
Can this be applied to Disney w/ Star Wars and any 80’s track that Pitbull and Flo-Rida get their hands on?
I’ll see you when I see you. Harsh as it seems to say, I wouldn’t want to be you.
I can’t wait for Baz Lurhmann’s future pop musical adaptations of Dickens, Tolstoy, and Steinbeck’s works. Also looking forward to the racial controversy over the adaptation of Things Fall Apart.
James River is the Detox of R&B.
2 Days in New York is a sequel of sorts to 2 Days in Paris. Which isn’t such a surprise that Julie Delpy is at the helm of this film and is widely known for the “Before…” series with Ethan Hawke. And how would I know about such films? I’ve dated a couple of women and at some point reached the movie phase, involving Delpy’s films, where intellects clash and converse about the movies we watched and a shitload of various topics. I don’t think there are women like that anymore.
Chris Rock is an interesting choice as the leading man in an interracial relationship in New York. Which is to fairly say that this film is modernized in the way you’d expect a city like New York would until his girl’s parents from France visit. The fact that Chris Rock hasn’t turned hipster yet is beyond me. I think he pulls it off well. The movie is essentially a movie about manners and the clear cut differences of Americans engulfed in their subcultures clash with free-spirited Frenchies enamored with our way of life. There’s a little Woody Allen stylization, but that’s not a complaint. Manners and differences. You’ll grate your teeth and wiggle in discomfort, but I wouldn’t mind a French lady walking around my place wearing nothing but my t-shirt and heels.
3 out of 5