Moronic Quote of the Day

“This is the first accountability system for school meals in the history of the school system,” Stein said. “It’s very exciting.”

They’ve lost their minds, and every “parent” (quotation marks because, obviously, they’re not, outside of giving semen, egg and birth) should be writhing in shame.

I have no idea, union or not, how ANY educator in the country stays in their job anymore. It’s ludicrous.

Finches, people.

14 Responses to “Moronic Quote of the Day”

  1. Skyler says:

    Is there a link you forgot, or is there a story to this?

  2. tree hugging sister says:

    OMG, you’re right! I was SO pissed, I spaced the link. Thanx, Skyler!

  3. Skyler says:

    Jeez. From the title, I at first assumed that they were meaning to make principals pay for any breakfasts that were not allowed, to try to reduce those on the dole.

    But once I saw it was in Philly and then read a little bit, it made a lot more sense that they want to increase the number of people getting free stuff.

  4. JeffS says:

    I’m waiting for the next generation of school desk design.

    Y’know, the one with intraveneous feeding, catheter, 42″ LCD monitor, and a surround sound system. Enclosed in a sensory deprivation tank.

    Hey, it’s for the children.

  5. Gary from Jersey says:

    Worse yet, did you see the photos of the Naked Bike Ride in Philly? Now there’s a town that could do without breakfast. And maybe dinner.

  6. Ebola says:

    Here’s one wild guess why you’ve only got 54k kids eatin breakfast….because you probably have to have been starving to eat the shit they serve for breakfast there.

  7. tree hugging sister says:

    Regardless, Grasshopper. WHY should it cost a principle his JOB if he doesn’t make sure every single one of you nasty spawn have an oatmeal covered spoon in their mouths AT SCHOOL every single morning, as he is NOW REQUIRED to do? How ’bout this concept, “parents”: Feed your OWN freakin’ kids OR, if you can’t or won’t, then make DAMN sure Johnny’s eating the free breakfast they offer at school.

    My guess is they don’t give a shit once Johnny heads out that door to school in the morning. He’s the school’s problem then.

  8. Skyler says:

    How about stop giving out free breakfast. When did they start doing that anyway? I’m not really recognizing this country anymore.

  9. Dave E. says:

    We couldn’t do a better job creating a permanent underclass if we were trying.

  10. Ebola says:

    Err, alright mom, yer acting like I was even making a point about them installing some dipshit liability clause on the Princ?

    Morning food at cafeterias, both private and regular school sucks. My…quite literally….only point. I understand the argument, but my point only makes it that much more valid. Don’t make someone liable because not enough kids are eating, CHANGE THE FOOD. Common sense people.

  11. Ebola says:

    And one of my old sayings comes back to me, “A bar is the only place you can say, ‘Jesus, this tastes like shit, try some!’ ….and someone will. Probably multiple people.”

  12. JeffS says:

    We couldn’t do a better job creating a permanent underclass if we were trying.

    An underclass utterly incapable of taking care of themselves, Dave. Which is probably the objective.

  13. major dad says:

    Ebola what planet are you on today?

  14. Skyler says:

    Ebola, I think you’re missing the point. Kids want to eat candy. Food that is healthy is always going to be less popular than snacks to many. This is an attempt to force kids to eat better food. I don’t agree that it’s the place of the teacher to control their diet, but that is the point of the program.

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