Friday, January 27, 2017

This seems both unprofessional and likely to trigger unpleasant reactions in people who don't share her ideology.

And, of course, I am so old that I remember that two weeks ago, this would have been a major offense against decency, civility, and unity.


But "joke" and done by "people of tolerance" so no big deal. She's been suspended for now, but no national outrage.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Outrage does seem to be the zeitgeist of our times, so its a good thing I've always enjoyed experiencing the expression of hatred. There's certainly plenty of it reflected in this blog. We should have an official hour of national outrage every evening so we are sure we properly deal with left wing and right wing nuts. We could all stand in our front yards and yell for an hour "I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take it any more." Or we could just spend our time publishing blog postings to the same effect.

mrez said...

Poor judgement on the part of this teacher. Very self indulgent and indicative of serious problems on the part of the "teacher." Very Poor use of instruction time.

 
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