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  • 65 42
    Submitted by NuckinFuts on Mar 15, 13 at 4:14pm

    Seriously, you should find another career.

  • 51 27
    Submitted by krashski35 on Mar 15, 13 at 11:06pm

    Public education *golf clap*

  • 52 40
    Submitted by BeccaMae on Mar 16, 13 at 3:05am

    @nucking futs-- since when did having a life outside of work make someone a bad teacher? Get off your high horse.

    • 34 29
      Submitted by g2x on Mar 16, 13 at 12:06pm

      Since that life outside is not any more outside of work but instead has a big influence on work. I want the person who takes care of my kids to be sober. Asking for that has nothing to do with a high horse.

    • 34 50
      Submitted by NuckinFuts on Mar 18, 13 at 9:17am

      I draw the line when kids, especially little kids, are involved or affected by the behavior reported here. Nothing wrong with having a life and a good time outside of work. The mature thing to do would have been to have one or two drinks so you are able to handle the next day's teaching responsibilities. Or better yet, not drink and be the designated driver (DD) for your friends.

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    Submitted by Binders_of_Women on Mar 15, 13 at 8:20pm

    Let's not exaggerate with what you do, you babysit them. Not teach.

  • 41 39
    Submitted by spydr86 on Mar 16, 13 at 1:53pm

    This is what's wrong with America

    • 22 19
      Submitted by bonedome on Aug 26, 13 at 3:36pm

      Except that this is a Canadian area code

  • 37 34
    Submitted by sagus on Mar 17, 13 at 12:26am

    Be drunk and miserable on your own time. You better be stone cold sober if you plan on teaching kids of any age.