Lee and his Stopid Catt

Boy that lee is stopid, he going al aruound today tryin to buy a inhaler face mask for his catt what has asma. Can yiu imaggion goin to al that troubble for a catt?? OK Lenin had a catt and Lenin was a truely grate man! but if his catt had asma he wuld have just shott her.

Meenwile i got some goood news! yuo remmembre them moth antenners that growed on my fourhed? wel I has disscovert i can wigle my feeelers! My prefesser he sayes this hear is trembendous pogress and i wil get Extre credit for it! I “knew” somthin “like this wuld hapen he sayed” and al becose they been shootin me up whith them Moth hormoans.

So, anyway, meenwile that dumbo lee stil tryin to by that inhaler thing for his catt and thats becose he istnt a interllectural and he dont know enuogh jist to forgit abuot the stopid cat, this is watt hapens to yiu when you dont be goin to Collidge, he sayes he can fixx the old maks with duck tape for the time bein wich is jist watt yiu wuld except some dopy guy to say. He jist wastin his time wehn he shuld oughjt to be in collidge larning how to be smart!

What’s Wrong With This Picture?

Okay, you continue to send your kids to public school because______?

Here’s a school story from Texas. It’ll warm your heart. ( http://www.kcentv.com/story/31018377/kisd-suspends-student-for-leaving-class-to-carry-asthmatic-student-to-nurses-office )

In an eighth-grade classroom in the Killeen Independent School District, a girl had an asthma attack. She couldn’t breathe. So the teacher did what the school policy was for her to do: she sent an email to the school nurse, and then did nothing else, waiting for a reply.

Meanwhile, the girl, in the throes of her asthma attack, fell out of her chair, onto the floor. Still no answering email. Finally a 15-year-old boy picked her up and carried her to the nurse’s room, very possibly saving her life.

His reward was to be suspended. He broke the rules, you see, by leaving the classroom.

This reminds me of one of those old puzzles, “How many mistakes can you find in this picture?” Just to name a few that sort of jump out at me:

Why didn’t this girl have an inhaler? Would you send your asthmatic child off to school without an inhaler?

School reacts to medical emergencies by sending email and waiting for a reply

Boy suspended for saving fellow student’s life

Boy and his mother have different last names

Boy employs the f-bomb in the classroom and in front of reporter interviewing him afterward

Superintendent of Schools issues formal statement which says absolutely nothing

Gee whiz–if this boy hadn’t acted, how long was the teacher prepared to wait for the nurse’s email? What if it had been an even more acute medical emergency, like a severed artery or something? And why does every person quoted in this story say “ya” for “you”?

Public education–your tax dollars going up in smoke. And your children being taught how to be idiots.