They need lap bands, not lap dances

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  1. They are guilty of some crime if the kids are underage. In a sane world, they’d already be fired and charged.

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  2. Garland? Merrick Garland? Paging Merrick Garland.

    This is what happens when deviancy is broadcast 24/7 on tv. The People no longer are religious or moral. Sorry John Adams! The sacrifices of your generation were for naught.

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  3. What would the result be if those were teen girls doing that for the male teacher?

    Oh, never mind, Biden’s in charge…

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  4. Basically, the administrator shrugged her shoulders and said “kids will be kids”.
    What about the adult (teacher?) standing behind a twerking student?
    He seems to be having a inappropriately “good time”.
    Heads need to roll on this, but we all know what will really happen-the school will bring in real drag queens to show the boys how to put on makeup.

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  5. Hazzard Ky was known for the dog-mean people who lived there in the 1930s, 40’s. You messed with these folks and you’d be takin a dirt nap.I’m sure there some kind left in those hills. Don’t be surprised if the Principal is found dead up a holler.

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  6. @trf: what the hell you mean “how fitting”? Tell me where you live and I’d probably be able to come up with 100 “how fitting”s. Probably Fire Island.

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  7. The sad part is the “men” who are supposed to set examples as leaders in the school just sat back and allowed it. Granted, they may not have wanted to embarrass the pussies performing their faggy hi-jinks, but damn, I’m not having some mentally ill kid rubbing himself on me, just to get a laugh. What is being taught in schools is downright sickening.

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  8. I started out in my teens as a “gopher” for an electrician from Hazard, KY. He was very good to me & my family. But, he could also be the meanest son of a bitch on the planet when he was pissed about something. Funny thing was, he was a drinking buddy with my fraternal grandfather. Granddad would tell me stories about the fella I worked for. Apparently, he could clean out a bar all by himself, if the mood & the drunk level was right. I’m sure he would be very happy to see what his hometown has become if he were still with us.

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  9. “It does not matter how small the sins are provided that their cumulative effect is to edge the man away from the Light and out into the Nothing. Murder is no better than cards if cards can do the trick. Indeed the safest road to Hell is the gradual one–the gentle slope, soft underfoot, without sudden turnings, without milestones, without signposts.” ~ C.S. Lewis, from The Screwtape Letters

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