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Shawn

Creepy Teachers & Other Shameful Authority Figures

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Crazy Education Stories poll - began Nov 10, 2004

State/Country Per hundred thousand

Alaska – 1 = 626,932 = 1 in 6

Alabama – 1 = 4,447,100 = 1 in 45

Arizona – 3 = 5,130,632 = 1 in 17

California – 16 = 33,871,648 = 1 in 20

Colorado - 7 = 4,301,261 = 1 in 6

Connecticut – 1 = 3,405,565 = 1 in 34

Florida – 32 = 15,982,378 = 1 in 5

Georgia – 4 = 8,186,453 = 1 in 20

Hawaii – 1 = 1,211,537 = 1 in 12

Idaho – 2 = 1,293,953 = 1 in 6

Illinois – 6 = 12,419,293 = 1 in 6

Iowa – 2 = 2,926,324 = 1 in 15

Indiana – 4 = 6,080,485 = 1 in 15

Kentucky – 1 = 4,041,769 = 1 in 40

Louisiana – 2 = 4,468,976 = 1 in 22

Massachusetts – 3 = 6,349,097 = 1 in 21

Michigan – 5 = 9,938,444 = 1 in 20

Minnesota – 1 = 4,919,479 = 1 in 50

Mississippi – 1 = 2,844,658 = 1 in 28

Missouri – 4 = 5,595,211 = 1 in 14

Nebraska – 1 = 1,711,263 = 1 in 17

New Hampshire – 2 = 1,235,786 = 1 in 6

New Jersey – 1 = 8,414,350 = 1 in 84

New Mexico – 1 = 1,819,046 = 1 in 18

New York – 16 = 18,976,457 = 1 in 11

Nevada – 1 = 1,998,257 = 1 in 20

North Carolina - 1 = 8,049,313 = 1 in 80

Ohio – 7 = 11,353,140 = 1 in 16

Oregon – 1 = 3,421,399 = 1 in 34

Pennsylvania – 7 = 12,281,054 = 1 in 17

South Carolina – 2 = 4,012,012 = 1 in 20

Tennessee – 3 = 5,689,283 = 1 in 19

Texas – 23 = 20,851,820 = 1 in 9

Utah – 1 = 2,233,169 = 1 in 22

Virginia – 2 = 7,078,515 = 1 in 35

Washington – 4 = 5,894,121 = 1 in 15

West Virginia – 3 = 1,808,344 = 1 in 6

Wisconsin – 5 = 5,363,675 = 1 in 10

Wyoming -1 = 493,782 = 1 in 5

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Total - 179 = 295,734,134 = 1 in 16.5

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UNMENTIONED STATES

Arkansas = 2,673,400

Delaware = 783,600

District of Columbia = 572,059

Kansas = 2,688,418

Maine = 1,274,923

Maryland = 5,296,486

Montana = 902,195

North Dakota = 642,200

Oklahoma = 3,450,654

Rhode Island = 1,048,319

South Dakota = 754,844

Vermont = 608,827

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Australia – 1 = 20,403,345 = 1 in 204

Brazil – 1 =179,712,500 = 1 in 1800

Canada – 5 = 31,752,842 = 1 in 63

England – 9 = 50,000,000 = 1 in 55

Greece – 1 = 11,100,200 = 1 in 111

Italy – 1 = 58,103,033 = 1 in 581

India – 1 = 1,000,000,000+ = 1 in a billion

Japan -1 = 127,417,244 = 1 in 1274

Malawi – 1 = 12,158,924 = 1 in 121

New Zealand – 3 = 4,035,461 = 1 in 13

Pakistan – 1 = 162,419,946 = 1 in 1624

Scotland – 2 = 5,062,011 = 1 in 25

South Africa – 1 = 44,344,136 = 1 in 443

Uganda -1 = 23,317,560 = 1 in 233

[current to total on the 11th page]

Clearly we can’t expect to receive news of some such things in some cultures. The stats for India, Brazil and Italy would likely be greatly different if we were better represented there.

[current to cut-off on the 19th page]

Virginia - English teacher is facing charges after she was caught in a parked van, after dark, with one of her 16-year-old male students

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Jolly ol' - Teacher facing sex charges after inappropriate touching of 14-18 year old

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New Jersey - Teacher admitted he sent inappropriate text messages to a 17-year-old female student

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Texas - father and daughter were arrested in connection with the disappearance of teacher

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Florida - Hillsborough teacher accused of threatening student

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you forgot pol--i mean you forgot NY (the fact they even made me a teacher in the first place) :lol:

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Figures Texas leads the board LOL :P They seem to have psycho moms there too that blame PPD for everything! I say too damn bad you had PPD , your kids dead...now you are too :angry: IMO

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Figures Texas leads the board LOL tongue.gif They seem to have psycho moms there too that blame PPD for everything! I say too damn bad you had PPD , your kids dead...now you are too mad.gif IMO

I'm amazed at how easily you go from the obnoxious laughing smiley to the mad smiley. That scares me more than Method77 wearing a tutu.

In any event, these are only what Shawn has been able to dig up, and are in no way a reflection of anything really. Who knows how much strange shit goes on that doesn't get exposed to the media, or at least the media Shawn (or whoever may help him) has viewed.

States and Countries are only figurative boundaries. People and their culture are what make these stories.

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That scares me more than Method77 wearing a tutu.

I can't think of much that would be more scary!!

:lol::lol:

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Figures Texas leads the board

Yes, we are leaders of the planet. It's a hard job but somebody has to do it. :rolleyes:

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Yes, we are leaders of the planet. It's a hard job but somebody has to do it. :rolleyes:

We are screwed. :o

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true, but you will learn to like it. :lol:

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After or before blowing up? :lol:

well, maybe you had better hurry! :lol:

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The kind of teacher-studio tutoring involved here has become a staple of Hollywood and French movies :)

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Figures Texas leads the board LOL tongue.gif They seem to have psycho moms there too that blame PPD for everything! I say too damn bad you had PPD , your kids dead...now you are too mad.gif IMO

I'm amazed at how easily you go from the obnoxious laughing smiley to the mad smiley. That scares me more than Method77 wearing a tutu.

In any event, these are only what Shawn has been able to dig up, and are in no way a reflection of anything really. Who knows how much strange shit goes on that doesn't get exposed to the media, or at least the media Shawn (or whoever may help him) has viewed.

States and Countries are only figurative boundaries. People and their culture are what make these stories.

Why would you worry? I don't know where you live. :evil: j/k

I dunno, is Method77 good in a tutu? :hyper:

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In any event, these are only what Shawn has been able to dig up, and are in no way a reflection of anything really.

Aye, it was just the results of a google news search. Not exactly scientific, but then this is for fun anyway.

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Why would you worry? I don't know where you live. :evil: j/k

I'll tell you where I live if you promise to come over and hit me, beat me, kick me and make me feel cheap! :wub:

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Now why on Earth would I ever want to make a man feel like a man :P

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Okay. Come over and see if you can make me feel like a woman. :blink:

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Now why on Earth would I ever want to make a man feel like a man :P

:lol::lol::lol:

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Former teacher to use insanity plea against charges of sex with student

an ABC Action News report 11/30/04 - updated 6:09 p.m.

TAMPA - When a young Hillsborough County teacher was accused this summer of having a sexual affair with a 14-year-old student, many people's first reaction to the notorious case was, 'She's crazy.' Tuesday, Debra Lafave's attorney announced that his client would indeed be using an insanity defense.

Lafave, 24, is facing charges of lewd and lascivious behavior, stemming from accusations that the former Greco Middle School teacher had sex with the student both at school and in a car driven by the student's cousin in Ocala.

The case has garnered international attention, but since turning herself in to police in June, Lafave has kept a low profile. She was ordered to appear at Tuesday's pre-trial hearing, but did not say anything.

In her place, attorney John Fitzgibbons asked the court for a delay because of a shift in his defense tactics.

"To give the court a sense of the case, I anticipate that in the near future, I will be filing a notice of insanity defense. There is some work being done by a doctor…we have accumulated medical records," he told the judge.

Lafave's trial was originally scheduled for December 6. Prosecutors had been forewarned of the new defense tactic, but still said it should push the trial back "a couple months," into next spring.

According to prosecutor Mike Sinacore, the burden is on the defense to prove insanity by meeting two standards.

"The person suffered from mental illness at the time of the offense, and the second prong is to prove that either they did not know what they were doing, or that they did know what they were doing but did not know that it was wrong," he explained.

Given that, it was not clear from either Fitzgibbons' comments or court documents what the reasoning behind the new defense was.

John Fitzgibbons discusses the case as Lafave and her family look on.

"Debbie has some profound emotional issues that are not her fault. I think once anyone reads what the doctors have to say, they will understand a lot more about what happened here," Fitzgibbons said outside court, as Lafave stood silently next to him.

That reasoning may become more clear as the prosecution releases evidence in the case later this week. That is expected to include phone conversations between Lafave and the teen, and store surveillance photos showing them shopping together.

One factor the defense might use to invoke an insanity defense is the recent trauma Lafave's family has been through. Her pregnant sister was killed in a high-profile drunk driving accident three years ago, and Lafave was in court for that trial alongside the rest of her family, who also turned out for Tuesday's hearing.

Her soon-to-be former husband, Owen Lafave, was not there, however. Owen filed for divorce in August and told Action News previously that the case has been like "living a nightmare" for him.

Debbie Lafave also faces similar charges in Marion County.

http://www.abcactionnews.com/stories/2004/...130lafave.shtml

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For an insane person she looks pretty cute.

PS. Why don't we have a "I'd hit that" smilie?

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Okay. Come over and see if you can make me feel like a woman. :blink:

Ohhhh hun, but that would takes years to make you feel like a real woman. ;) But...I'll send you a pair of Chic Jeans and you can start without me :lol:

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For an insane person she looks pretty cute.

PS. Why don't we have a "I'd hit that" smilie?

Maybe we should get one.... :I'd hit it:

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you can start without me :lol:

My wife tells me that all the time. :lol:

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This isnt teacher related, but it does show the lengths some parents will go to getir todlers a future education :lol:

LOS ANGELES Dec 1, 2004 — A man pleaded guilty to trying to extort $180,000 from a supermarket chain by threatening to put poisoned baby food on store shelves.

Police said David Ian Dickinson, 43, told them he planned to use the money to pay for his 5-month-old son's college education.

http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory?id=295229

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Maybe the teachers are nuts because they are forced to teach junk like this!

Some Abstinence Programs Mislead Teens, Report Says

By Ceci Connolly

Washington Post Staff Writer

Thursday, December 2, 2004; Page A01

Many American youngsters participating in federally funded abstinence-only programs have been taught over the past three years that abortion can lead to sterility and suicide, that half the gay male teenagers in the United States have tested positive for the AIDS virus, and that touching a person's genitals "can result in pregnancy," a congressional staff analysis has found.

...(Other) misconceptions cited by Waxman's investigators:

• A 43-day-old fetus is a "thinking person."

• HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, can be spread via sweat and tears.

• Condoms fail to prevent HIV transmission as often as 31 percent of the time in heterosexual intercourse.

One curriculum, called "Me, My World, My Future," teaches that women who have an abortion "are more prone to suicide" and that as many as 10 percent of them become sterile

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/artic...3-2004Dec1.html

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Its amazing how much crap these people can pull out thier asses on a regular basis. :reallymad: :reallymad: :reallymad:

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