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Gardner Mom Leads Guttemuppet Outrage Mob Because Her Nani Nugget Keeps Getting Put In The Calm Down Room After Being Dangerous

 

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This is Erika Aguirre from Gardner.

And this week she decided to try to shame her crotch fruit’s teachers because they put her out of control kid in one of those timeout rooms that every year, like clockwork, some parent freaks out about.

FYI these rooms exist in many elementary schools because some kids are a physical threat to other kids. They hit, scratch, bite, and even throw object at their teachers and other students because they’re “having a bad day.” This happens a lot more now than it used to when you were in school because this is how the “fuck you Mom” generation is being raised. When they don’t get their way they act like animals and instead of spanking them we encourage them to talk about their feelings to figure out WHY they’re mad. The kids don’t stay the night in these rooms, they just go there until they can cool down and are no longer a physical threat to other kids.

According to Erika this has happened multiple times, and every time they put her poon polyp there he goes kicking and screaming.

Newsflash – the fact that your kid is kicking and screaming at teachers is exactly why he needs to go into the padded room. The fact that he didn’t want to go into that room doesn’t matter. He was disruptive and dangerous to other kids, so he had to be removed. If he did this “multiple” times then might I suggest that you’ve done a shitty job raising your kid.

If you are really upset by this then there are channels you can go through. Request a meeting with the principal, or if you really feel the need contact an attorney so they can let you know why you’re wrong. But if your initial instinct is to go to Facebook and post about how the principal “doesn’t wanna know me,” then you are Route 2 trash.

She thinks that because her kid is undiagnosed they can’t put him in this room.

Hey fartbox, it’s not about your kid. It’s about the other kids your child presents a clear and present danger to. They’re not putting him in there because it’s beneficial to him, they’re doing it because it’s beneficial to everyone else.

Of course every pajama raptor mom in Gardner had to come on and share their expertise on the matter, whining about how their crotch fruits got sent there too.

Complaining about how the room makes them “chloseterphobic”

Then there were the hardo parents.

If they ever tried anything like that on my crotch fruit…..

The biggest badass of them all was Mean Gene Brunell.

Ladies and gentlemen, meet the fourth toughest guy in Gardner.

You discipline his nani nugget and you’re gonna get the shit kicked out of you.

Then there were the “I called Fox 25 News” ratchets.

Because if you need someone to broadcast your bullshit the first thing you should do is call Fox 25 News.

Others suggested posting on yard sale sites.

If your immediate inclination to seeing your child was disciplined is to broadcast this on a yard sale site then I fully understand why your kid is out of control in the first place.

Some suggested contacting the Mayor.

And because of it’s a small city the Mayor actually responded on Erika’s post.

So there you have it – 97% of kids don’t ever see this room. If your kid does then you have failed as a parent. By broadcasting your failures to the world you only further validate our original opinion that your kid is acting like this because you never taught them discipline at home. They use this room instead of sending your kid home because they actually want your kid to be in school. They know that at home you’re just gonna keep on being a shitty, passive parent and your kid’s behavior is gonna get even worse.

The School District also issued a press release and posted it on Facebook.

This shows once and for all that Facebook is undoubtably the public square. There were no phone calls or letters sent home to parents about this. A parent posted on Facebook, lots of people saw it, and the school determined that this was a matter they needed to address ON FACEBOOK because Facebook is the public square.

A lot of people were thankful to the superintendent for being so transparent, but local GED-Rex’s like Monica Gallant weren’t trying to hear any of that.

The superintendent literally just said that 97% of kids will never see this room, and here you are proudly bragging that you’re one of the 3% who failed.

And I got news for you – you CAN do this to your kids at home too. It’s called go to your room and think about what you did. Normal parents do this instead of rewarding their out of control kids by plopping them in front of an iPad so they can watch Japanese crotch fruits play with toys on YouTube.

But, but, but, muh human rights……

They’re thinking about the human rights of the other children your kid presents a danger to.

You know Brenda here was big mad once she busted out the caps lock.

The sheer “freight” of it all. Well, if a kid is screaming that they want out we should definitely let them out since they’ve clearly calmed down. That’s how these rooms work.

Turns out Monica had a personal beef with the superintendent from her time as a student (which was more than likely just a few years ago).

Yea the superintendent is failing your son, not you.

Then there was a twist….

Turns out we had three generations of teacher blaming Gardner guttermuppets on our hands. And shockingly Monica had to drop out of high school because of the principal, not because she was a crappy student who can’t spell MCAS.

The bottom line is these rooms are necessary, legal, and if your kid ends up there it says more about you then it does about the school.

 

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77 Comment(s)
  • Oh for FFS!
    July 3, 2019 at 12:39 pm

    No lady your kid is the issue- if you know he continuously ends up in this room and cant control himself send him to school in a fucking pull up- not the schools problem to clean up piss and shit. your the bigger issue. Discipline your kid

  • Donald J. Trump
    July 2, 2019 at 12:12 pm

    Cages for kids are fine.

    MAGA!

    • AOC Yeah You Know Me
      July 2, 2019 at 4:52 pm

      Toilet water is even bettet.

  • I’m from Gaahdnah Hey
    July 2, 2019 at 8:51 am

    The French Ghetto is an untapped goldmine! When it was just the frogs they seemed to understand that they were there for the amusement of others and made some effort to conceal their embarrassing exploits. Between the arrival of our new guests and the internet all of that has changed.

  • Total Mayhem
    July 2, 2019 at 8:29 am

    If she put as much effort into raising the kid, as she has complaining on social media, he’d probably be well behaved.

    But she is too busy blaming everyone else.

  • step outside the box
    July 1, 2019 at 10:14 pm

    1. I am betting that the kiddo already has a diagnosis, because, no diagnosis = no check. However, if there is a diagnosis, then I am surprised the mom isn’t waving it around, as some parts like to do.

    2. I cannot believe NO ONE has commented on the artwork int he padded room – it looks like the dog is a pyromaniac…what is up with that?

    • Well, No Shit
      July 2, 2019 at 5:43 am

      I’m guessing that you didn’t read the entire article, because the mother is the one who said “undiagnosed” in one of her rants.

      “Also, Carter is undiagnosed…”

      It’s right there, in black and white.

      • step outside the box
        July 3, 2019 at 12:07 am

        I read it, but started to glaze over a bit…

  • Wade Boggs Taint
    July 1, 2019 at 9:54 pm

    What’s the kid’s father got to say about this? Or is he still out on his 6 year milk run?

    • Captain Trips
      July 2, 2019 at 8:16 am

      He’s in Puerto Rico fixing up the family house after the hurricane so they can move back down there.

      NOT

  • bigdaddy
    July 1, 2019 at 9:12 pm

    That picture withe her hand in the air and mouth open should have a caption ” inset penis here “

  • Total Mayhem
    July 1, 2019 at 8:53 pm

    If the kid had to be put in there four days in a row, the school should tell the parent he is not coming back until you get him diagnosed. So we can tell what we are dealing with, it’s certainly not normal.

    Shame on her if the kid is this disruptive and she is not getting him evaluated.

  • Kosh Naranek
    July 1, 2019 at 5:12 pm

    Too bad the school can’t use this little feral animal as a horrible warning, with a ball gag stuffed in his mouth and strapped to the desk with 10 yards of duct tape.

  • Bertha Von Nation
    July 1, 2019 at 5:10 pm

    This fucking town! You can’t walk into Walmart without it looking like a meth head slumber party. Everybody is in their goddamned pajamas, their hair all greasy and congealed! I work with poor kids in this heroin hungry, dipwater burg, and their fucking government funded, unemployed piece of shit parents, can’t even put down their iphones when they pick up their behaviorally challenged brats! They all shit their pants, because momy and daddy don’t want to bother toilet training their 4 year olds. It’s too time consuming to put down the needle, and turn off the cartoons to have them sit on a toilet. Guess what? If you are trying to get your kid “diagnosed” with something, because he’s a little asshole, and they can’t find anything wrong with him…YOU are the problem with your child! There is no IEP for asshole parenting! Get sterilized! The behavior problems are INSANE here! They get worse every fucking year! We should all be afraid of our future!

    • Dick Scratcher
      July 1, 2019 at 7:09 pm

      Loads of 100 emojis.

    • bigdaddy
      July 1, 2019 at 9:10 pm

      Most Walmarts look like that >. Thats why I will be an extra dollar or two an go to Target or some other store not infected with ratchets and fupasloths

    • Captain Trips
      July 2, 2019 at 8:21 am

      The Democrat ‘War on Poverty’ program from the 60’s has worked well!

      Now we have generations of useless slobs on the dole and are 20 trillion in debt.

      ‘The road to hell is often paved with good intentions’

      This is what happens when you take Darwinism out of the equation.

  • ncfoothillbilly
    July 1, 2019 at 3:58 pm

    I could only make it through about half of this article. If your kid is so fucked up they need to be put in a ‘safe space’ for a bit then the parents have fucked up, royally. Im 46 and when I grew up we didnt have such luxuries as a safe space or a ‘time out’. My parentS (yes, two parents) would wear my ass out and/or assign some other form of punishment. Punishment was, sometimes, corporal and sometimes extra chores, restrictions of some sort, or whatever theyd decide upon. We didnt get sent to our rooms with a computer, tv, smartphone, or tablet, etc. Wheres the punishment when you have entertainment at your whim? Every time I see some shithead kid at a store controlling their parents through their tantrums I want to smack the shit out of both the out-of-control kid and the worthless parent for the lack of discipline administered to the child. Spanking your kid is NOT abuse as the whiny libs would have you believe, in fact it builds discipline, which is severely lacking in so many children today. One more thing…if you give your kid psychotropic drugs you should be force fed lethal amounts of the same shit. Raise your kids properly.

    • Well, No Shit
      July 1, 2019 at 4:03 pm

      You had me right up to the psychotropic drugs part.

      Are you referring to illicit drugs, or beneficial medications?

      • ncfoothillbilly
        July 1, 2019 at 4:21 pm

        Im referring to adderall and ritalin. The man who came up with the ADHD farce stated before he died it was all a lie to sell drugs. If memory serves, 80% of kids put on these meds end up as junkies. The big pharma companies know this. Giving kids these drugs is akin to a chemical lobotomy. Humanity has been around for a long time w/o these poisons. Why do we need them now? If kids are raised properly and given proper discipline they wont act out of hand…for the most part. Did your grandparents or parents need drugs just to attend school? Mine didnt, either…

        • Well, No Shit
          July 1, 2019 at 4:32 pm

          I’ll have to respectfully disagree with your assessment.

          I certainly concede that both of those drugs are WAY over-prescribed, however, many psychotropic drugs provide night-and-day differences in those who actually need them.

          In the cases of my two boys, the addition of beneficial medications to their counseling and IEPs was the defining moment that allowed them to be successful. Prior to the introduction of therapeutic levels of medication, focus and concentration were impossible. Teachers knew if they skipped a day of meds, because we would receive phone calls to the effect of “I think {redacted} missed his medication today, because he was totally out of focus.” Never failed.

          All I am saying is that these medications do, in fact, help those who truly need them.

          • ncfoothillbilly
            July 1, 2019 at 4:48 pm

            Hey, we can disagree…no biggie (thanks for not doing that which we can both agree upon…going full-on ratchet…lol). Im just against the mass drugging of society utilizing a bunch of chemicals which the human body is not supposed to consume. Most pills come from a natural source with an additional shitload of chemicals that are not meant to be consumed. Why do people who take blood pressure meds never get rid of high blood pressure? Pills dont cure, they just keep people dependent on said pills to continue profits for the Drs and the big pharma industry. I could go on but I need to get back to work…I have a bunch of trees on my property to cut into firewood and lumber…but, Ill be back (in my Arnold Schwarzenegger voice).

        • ncfoothillbilly
          July 1, 2019 at 4:35 pm

          If I may, Id like to make an addendum. Diet. A proper diet of decent food makes a huge difference in a childs behaviour. The foods that most people consume these days is little more than a chemical cocktail. A few years ago I came across some research where ‘troubled’ kids were placed in a ‘special’ school and all junk food was removed from their diets whilst in school (no soda, candy, etc) and they were fed real food…leafy greens, real meats, etc and these kids’ attitudes improved dramatically. Placing kids on drugs is as bad as sitting your child down in front of a television set as your babysitter. This is why I said, ‘raise your kids properly’.
          PS, Im not referring to you, personally
          Cheers

          • I see Dumb people
            July 2, 2019 at 10:48 am

            I very much agree with watching a childs diet can have a massive impact on thier ability to concentrate and focus.. My middle Son was on an IEP for most of elemantry school. One year he was in a large class maybe 30 kids and that is the only teacher who tried to force us to put him on adderall. I refused to put him on adderall as i strongly believe giving a child mind altering drugs before thier brains are fully developed can do more harm than good in the long run. So that being said my childs pediatrician and i decided we would give him natural caffinee ( homemafe ice tea with brewed with berries to sweeten slightly NO SUGAR except for what the berries had. We would send him to school with a thermos or let him have a large glass prior to school and that teacher than pulled me aside and said she was thankful i followed her advice and medicated him as his focus was much better now that we medicated him. I told her i did NOT put my child on any medication simply adjusted his diet and bo longer allowed him to buy lunch at school he took what i packed ( lots of veggies a sandwhich and fruit for sweet snack) medication should be a very last option. Alot of behavior and focus issues can be related to the childs diet. Im sure some kids may actually beed the meds but that is few and far between it is very much over prescribed now a days ..

  • ANGRY GIANT
    July 1, 2019 at 3:38 pm

    In past decades, schools didn’t need a safe space or a special room. There would be a Vice Principal for Discipline. If you were a kid, you didn’t want to have to go to his office. The mention of his name would make kids behave. There were rumors that in the war, he ripped the throats out of half a dozen krauts, bare handed, when he ran out of ammo. Later schools had vets from Korea or Vietnam, ready to provide “corrective guidance” behind closed doors. Usually the year started with a “tough kid” being seen crying and escorted from the office. And parents were happy to have their troubled kid get a behavioral reset. There would not be days off for bad behavior, you’d be assigned to after school work details, hosted by the janitor with anger issues.

  • Battle of Gloucester
    July 1, 2019 at 3:24 pm

    I think this practice says more about teacher’s classroom management abilities than it does about parenting styles of people who send their kids to public schools. When I went to school, there were classes we constantly goofed around in and caused disruptions in because the teacher had no classroom management skills. The bell would ring, we’d go to the next class: we became little angels because the teacher had classroom management skills and we knew there would be consistent and real consequences for being fools. We were kids looking to have fun all of the time and we were savvy when it came to assessing teacher’s abilities and training. Definitely, some teachers use these rooms because it’s the easy way to get through the day without having to dedicate yourself to a difficult child’s needs.

  • Nuggetron del Muerte
    July 1, 2019 at 3:06 pm

    Also, where is the other half of this sloot’s noggin? I mean, I’m sure she donates a lot of brain, but her head is flat on that side.

  • Battle of Gloucester
    July 1, 2019 at 3:06 pm

    The problem here I see is, this mother HAS brought her son to a place where he can receive professional help for emotional problems from a licensed psychologist, that she’s already paid for through her taxes: the public school in her district. Is the child receiving services?

    Once the kid crosses the threshold of the school’s front door the kid is the responsibility of the adults there, and it is the teachers’, administrators’, and school’s social workers’ responsibility to propose and provide appropriate and necessary services. That’s what this mother has paid for by being a law-abiding, tax-paying citizen. Have they proposed services? Does he have an IEP? Are the terms of the IEP being met? How could they be providing classroom services if he’s not in the classroom receiving instruction? That’s this mother’s angle if she is unhappy with what is happening to her son when he is not in her care, and would like to advocate on his behalf.

    I feel concern that teachers who are not trained to detain other people, and who do not have to file an incident report if they do, are allowed to physically restrain children then keep them captive in a small room. I trust Teachers but not individual teachers sense of good judgment, per se.

    • Uncle
      July 1, 2019 at 3:30 pm

      In general, you make some good points, but here’s the thing: the school doesn’t necessarily have the mandate to just go and provide services ad hoc. An IEP is performed when a parent requests it, or when the school notifies the parent that one is needed. Nowhere does she say she’s requested special services from the school. I understand, from having family members with “issues,” but if the child does have a medical/ psychological/ social problem, she needs to be the one to elevate the analysis. Complaining on Facebook before trying other approved channels is neither useful nor welcomed.

    • Well, No Shit
      July 1, 2019 at 3:47 pm

      “The problem here I see is, this mother HAS brought her son to a place where he can receive professional help for emotional problems from a licensed psychologist, that she’s already paid for through her taxes: the public school in her district.”

      This statement simply isn’t true. The school psychologist is not responsible for initial diagnoses. They are there for acute psychological events, and to monitor IEP progress, once the parents and school have agreed upon one.

      If this mother had, in fact, brought her child to a mental health professional, they would have most likely administered a battery of behavioral/cognitive tests to determine what, if any, issues exist. Once an actual diagnosis had been made, the parent would have then been able to present that information to the school administrators and craft an effective IEP together. The fact that she said “undiagnosed” speaks volumes as to where she is in this process.

      Once the IEP was in place, the school psychologist would periodically meet with the child, and his teachers, to determine the efficacy of the program. From there, he/she could make informed suggestions to enhance the IEP for the child. Every step of the way in this process, the parent(s) need to provide signatures on the IEP. This cannot happen without their knowledge and/or approval.

      I went through this process, twice, for two of my sons. Both were tested, and both were professionally diagnosed. Once I had those diagnoses in hand, the skies cleared and the waters parted at their school. Behavioral issues became minimal. Meaningful and beneficial IEPs were established for both my sons, and they both graduated from high school; one with honors.

      The system works, if parents work with the system.

      • Aonaöe
        July 1, 2019 at 5:13 pm

        “Meaningful and beneficial IEPs were established for both my sons, and they both graduated from high school; one with honors.“

        Congratulations. I mean that sincerely, by the way.

        • Well, No Shit
          July 1, 2019 at 5:36 pm

          Well, thank you.

          My wife and I only steered the ship. They did all the hard work.

    • step outside the box
      July 1, 2019 at 10:02 pm

      “That’s what this mother has paid for by being a law-abiding, tax-paying citizen. ”

      BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Oh that was so cute.

      If God-forbid, my kid is having breakdowns at school once, much less daily, I’m not asking why the school is sending him to the padded room…I’m asking what is going on with my child, because that is not normal, and I want to take care of my child.

  • AOC' s lost mind
    July 1, 2019 at 2:56 pm

    Jesus H. Fucking Christ !
    The entitlement of this current generation of slop-queefs is just beyond amazing !
    Here’s a few free tips for those who believe in their sense of entitlement:
    1) You created it. You deal with it.
    2) If you can’t handle kids…keep your legs shut!
    3) Society owes you shit !
    4) This is a school. Not a psyche unit. If your kids a nut job, get it help.
    5) Society owes you shit !
    6) Society owes you shit!

    Thus endeth the lesson.

  • The clenched starfish
    July 1, 2019 at 2:50 pm

    I think I tossed her salad at prom

  • Chuck Schumer's long schnozz
    July 1, 2019 at 2:38 pm

    This broad is just a vapid cunt !
    Keep your legs closed if you cannot parent your kiddie, you fuckin’ trollop !

  • Hugh-Bo Mont
    July 1, 2019 at 2:33 pm

    Pro tip: Spend less time on fucking Facebook, etc. and more time with your kid(s).

  • Brendan
    July 1, 2019 at 2:15 pm

    This kid reminds me of my sons.i have handicapped kids and society better take care of them.
    The schools are not set up for my children and society owes me this basic responsibility. How dare you not take care of this child it is your job.

    • Dick Scratcher
      July 2, 2019 at 3:39 am

      Can’t tell if you’re trolling or if you’re a certifiable fucking moron.

      Either way, off you fuck!

  • Undiagnosed
    July 1, 2019 at 2:03 pm

    I have a diagnosis for you. Your kids a fucking idiot…

  • Well, No Shit
    July 1, 2019 at 1:51 pm

    “He’s undiagnosed.”

    Well, there’s a part of the problem. You see, when, despite your best efforts, your kid is acting like an asshole, it’s time to get him/her professionally checked. By assuming that he’s “on the spectrum,” or has some other behavioral/cognitive issue, but not actually doing anything about it, she is causing this “problem” with the school. The school staff only knows that her son is a violent, disruptive problem, and they deal with it accordingly. A real diagnosis opens up services that are otherwise unavailable to childen without issues.

    Seemingly, this attention seeker is either too stupid, or too lazy to bring her voodoo child to the pediatrican for a referral to a mental health professional. My theory for her reluctance to get him tested is that, deep down, she knows there’s not a fucking thing wrong with him, and that his behavior is 100% attributable to her parenting.

    The truth hurts, so it’s best to avoid it.

    • Well, No Shit
      July 1, 2019 at 2:03 pm

      Sorry for the typos…

      “children”
      “pediatrician”

      Piss poor proofreading on my part.

      • Batman
        July 1, 2019 at 2:31 pm

        I haven’t seen Conan in a few days, you’re safe. Also your are spot on. Look in the mirror mom, lotta this kids troubles are attributed to you, not that she will ever admit it.

        • Conan the Grammarian
          July 1, 2019 at 3:52 pm

          Thank you for your concern, Batman. I prefer reserving comments for ratchet blog subjects and ratchet posters, although I might highlight any post’s particularly amusing typo. And, I’m generally in accordance with both your and Well’s comments. I already replied to Gloucester’s post.

    • Dick Scratcher
      July 1, 2019 at 7:05 pm

      I have a diagnosis. The kid is not ill. He does not need to b e “diagnosed”. Because he’s a feral little shit raised by an entitled scum-sucking piece of vermin.

      Just a badly behaved little shit who will spend most of his short drug-fuelled life in jail.

      The poor innocent lamb with the poor innocent mother.

      Complete fucking cunts. The lot of them.

  • don
    July 1, 2019 at 1:49 pm

    hahahahaha pink pussy hat wearers are mad because the people that are bringing their children up are teaching them how to shut up. these types of parents should never be able to have children. If your child ends up in one of these (safe) rooms, then you failed at parenting. parents these days are too busy being a friend instead of a parent. If the kid does something wrong , then you paddle his/her ass. Once they feel that pain, they will think about doing something stupid again. The kids need a fear put into them to stop doing stupid things.

  • The Trunchbull
    July 1, 2019 at 1:48 pm

    Off to the Chokey!

  • Y
    July 1, 2019 at 1:39 pm

  • DaTruth
    July 1, 2019 at 1:02 pm

    I can’t control my kid. Someone else is at fault

  • Ratchet Rollins D.A.
    July 1, 2019 at 12:15 pm

    Dis be his culture and you best understand it. Fuck civility. The growing demographic change will ensure that this becomes routine. Fuck whiey and Fuck whiteys culture.
    Dis be our time snd muthafckrs dis be our culture. I will not prosecute it and I WILL promote it. Fuck yall whitey

  • Ricardo Cabeza
    July 1, 2019 at 12:14 pm

    The ‘boo box’ room looks like a closet because it likely was one. The school probably never thought/hoped they’d have to cloister rabid little wolverine shits away from the normal kids and can’t just add on a deluxe VIP lounge to the existing building to appease their nutsack parents.

  • Heather
    July 1, 2019 at 12:13 pm

    These rooms are necessary. My nephew is in middle school and is having trouble with behavior. If he does something wrong and the school suspends him, he actually enjoys it. It’s a day off. He is being raised by a single mother due to his father passing away 4 years ago ( which also could be related to his behavior problems) instead of giving him a out of school suspension, he will have a in-school where he is able to do his daily class work and is not absent. Not to mention he doesn’t like to be alone, so he behaves better to avoid that situation. The only kind of parent who thinks that this is bad are the same type of parents who think their children can do no wrong. You can not reason with or explain anything to know it all, know nothings!!! Just have to listen to them bitch.

    • z
      July 1, 2019 at 12:15 pm

      Some would say that you have been brain washed by the patriarchy. Don’t need no stickin’ man!!

  • The Name Game
    July 1, 2019 at 12:06 pm

    Awesome content! Erika (WITH A “K,” FOOL!) Argument Clinic (“I want to complain!” “YOU want to complain?…”); “Chlosterphobic”: I dunno, but the sports chick on Facebook “The Chloster” seem like a pretty pleasant gal; “SHEAR FREIGHT”: sounds like a good name for a band. Hey, Erika, what would you have them do to control your violent child? How, about, when a child or teacher is injured by your snowflake, they SUE THE $#|+ OUT OF YOU for medical expenses? Or better yet, have them evaluated and sent to an institution that can handle them. You’re the proud parent of a future bully and violent felon. Hope you’re happy.

  • z
    July 1, 2019 at 12:05 pm

    What we got here is a failure to communicate.

    The kid gets out of line, the kid gets the box.
    The kid has to get their mind right.
    “Kid, you got your mind right?”
    “Yeah, boss uh – teacher, I got my mind right”.
    “Good, we saved you milk and cookies”

    • z
      July 1, 2019 at 12:10 pm

      If the kid has to go to summer school they have a field trip
      where a truck comes and lays tar down on a road
      and the kids have to shovel pea stone on the tar.

      “Teacher, I have to go potty!!”
      “Ok kid, go behind that bush, but you have to be shaking that bush.”

      “Kid, you shaking that bush?”
      “I’m shaking that bush.”

      The last thing anyone wants is Mister Mirrored Sun Glasses to get involved.

      • Jack Straw from Wichita
        July 1, 2019 at 2:01 pm

        “What we’ve got here is failure to communicate. Some men you just can’t reach. So you get what we had here last week, which is the way he wants it. Well, he gets it. I don’t like it any more than you men.”

      • Walking Boss
        July 1, 2019 at 2:39 pm

        Don’t forget the Man With No Eyes is a crack shot, and took out a TURTLE that they cooked for supper.

  • ninja turtleboy
    July 1, 2019 at 11:31 am

    this room is absolutely perfect because it will prepare the little bastard for the time he will undoubtedly spend in a jail cell in the future

  • Julie the Jarhead
    July 1, 2019 at 11:25 am

    What … no GoFundMe?

    • ncfoothillbilly
      July 1, 2019 at 4:09 pm

      Dont give her any ideas, WM.

  • Betty boop
    July 1, 2019 at 11:21 am

    My neighbor is a teacher in a public school. She has had her nose broken twice by kids like this who are out of control. The rooms are a last resort and often are used after someone has already been injured. Imo this should be the kids first stop every time, before they hurt someone! Discipline the few bad to save the good of all!!!

    • Big Wick
      July 1, 2019 at 4:08 pm

      This!
      Most schools have policies of 1) hands off the students; and 2) no police involvement (until of course there’s a shooting). I firmly believe that ANY assault on a teacher should be reported, the perp hauled to the station, and charges be laid. If necessary, send ’em to juvie. Make them (kids AND parents) feel shame. (I know, ratchets are mostly SHAMELESS!)

  • Whacko Jacko
    July 1, 2019 at 11:17 am

    Newsflash! I hate these cranky people bitching about their rotten kids, BUT, as a retired firefighter, I made a couple of observations. The door opens IN. It should open out. There is no DEADMAN LOCK on the door. It’s a spring loaded lock that requires someone to physically hold it in place. Walk away or pass out, the door unlocks, hence DEADMAN.

  • Dick Scratcher
    July 1, 2019 at 11:17 am

    Every day we see examples of ratchet fuckery on these pages.
    They all have the same thing in common.

    Gutterslug parents who make excuses for their vile offspring and are in consequence breed another generation who will do the same.

    Not one of these cunts holds their hands up and takes responsibility for their actions of the actions of their feral brats.

    Is always someone else’s fault – never theirs – utter shitheads!

  • I see Dumb people
    July 1, 2019 at 11:16 am

    Its these type of ” parents” whos kids end up being entitled free loading criminals. because its never thier fault acriminalseone elses.. Trust and believe if your kid is disrupting my childs right to an education because s/he is a spoiled little shit i would gadly assist any teacher in locking your animalistic child in a room .. Maybe just maybe if you raised your kid right you wouldnt have to leave work haha jk i mean your bed to get s/he out of a padded room… But since you failed as a parent consider it practice for when they are older and you get called to your local pd to bail em out of jail cuz they are ignorant assholes just like mom and dad… Wherever said dad may be.. Possibly jail just like where your kid will be in about 10 years .. Family reunion on cell block C hhahaha

  • Woman Adult Human Female
    July 1, 2019 at 11:11 am

    This is legal and in my opinion, not a bad room!! You should see the ‘room’ at the Ashland collaborative. Looks like they gave the janiotor $50 and told him to go to Home Depot for 5 pieces of wood and a few nails. Sigh, lady as a parent, you are YOUR child’s BEST advocate. Get him evaluated!!!

  • Henry Chu
    July 1, 2019 at 10:57 am

    In China they are sent to the Nike factory

    • Dick Scratcher
      July 1, 2019 at 11:19 am

      And the Nike factory send them to the salt mines or the firing squad.

  • Sick of these Ratchet Fucks
    July 1, 2019 at 10:57 am

    I love the “I can’t control my kid so it’s YOUR fault” crowd. They can never take responsibility. Take the kid and get him checked. Mass health pays for it…well actually WE pay for it, so you might as well get all the tests. You might want to take a night course in English and spelling also.

  • Howie Feltersnatch
    July 1, 2019 at 10:51 am

    You’re raising a screaming, ill mannered brat. You better get used to visiting it in a padded cell. Learn to be a better parent. Maybe less time whining on Facebook and more time raising your brat.

  • bigdaddy
    July 1, 2019 at 10:47 am

    Sounds like your kid has emotional issues Instead of screaming at the school why dont you do the responsible thing and get professional help for him?

  • Nadia Yenraek
    July 1, 2019 at 10:45 am

    Those who can, do.
    Those who can’t, teach.

    And now we’ve got the teachers who can’t control their kids locking them up like animals.

    Why aren’t these teachers put in jail for false imprisonment?

    • ninja turtleboy
      July 1, 2019 at 11:37 am

      the kids who get sent to these rooms ARE animals. they should be sent to an alternative school where these rooms are the norm and they won’t ruin others education.

    • Nadia eat me
      July 1, 2019 at 12:16 pm

      So Nadia thinks it’s the teacher’s responsibility to teach kids how to behave in the real world, and not the parents/guardians’.

      Not surprising, seeing as Nadia Yenraek’s only purpose in life is to troll Turtleboy.

    • Nadia !
      July 1, 2019 at 2:32 pm

      And why aren’t you locked away in Danvers State Hospital ?? You fucking loon !
      Oh yeah. That’s right……the liberal loons like yourself closed it down.
      Too bad. I’d love to see you chained to a radiator, you fucking asshat !

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