The Newburyport School Committee is apologizing for something that happened the other night during a School Committee meeting on Zoom.
Uhoh, what were these heinous Zoom bombs they speak of?
Oh yea know, just some racial slurs, a bootleg swastika, and an unconfirmed anecdote about a teacher raping someone’s asshole.
Who did it? Fuck if they know. We’re talking about Boomers on the interwebz here so they’re completely outmatched.
This is yet another example of why “remote learning” and remote anything will be a spectacular dumpster fire of aborted matter. If you don’t think this can and will happen to your kid’s Zoom meeting with their teacher you obviously don’t understand how technology works. Courts should be completely open, town meetings should be held in person, and schools should never even attempt to do “remote learning.”
But of course for the SJWs in Newburyport the biggest problem wasn’t that something like this could happen, it’s that the school committee took to long to “denounce the message and stand against hate.”
Is there anything less meaningful than “standing against hate?” We get it. You think that racial slurs and comments about gaping assholes are bad. I completely agree. Almost no one disagrees with you, especially the people on the school committee. If you need to hear a generic statement from them about why they think the n word is bad more than you need to hear from them how they’re going to avoid this happening during your crotch fruit’s science class, then your priorities are warped.
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