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In today’s episode of asshole kids who need to get fucked up by aggressive police officers in schools, we take you to the lovely city of Little Rock, Arkansas, where one young scholar thought it would be fun to light a blunt in class and blow the smoke in his teacher’s face after being asked repeatedly to leave:
Here’s what happened: As detailed in a North Little Rock Police Department report, teacher Robert Holley told cops that his confrontation with student Christopher Dunn, 18, “started when Dunn showed up to class to take his final exam.”
Holley said that he told Dunn that he would have to sit in the hallway to take the test, but that the student refused. “Holley said he told Dunn that if he didn’t do as he was asked that he was going to write him up and call for a campus supervisor to remove him.”
When Holley reached for an intercom button, Dunn said, “Hit that button, I dare you. Holley told police that he has had Dunn removed from his classroom several times this year.
As Holley began “writing Dunn up,” cops noted, “his class started going wild so he turned around to see what the commotion was about.” Dunn, Holley said, had lit a cigar and was “taking a drag off of it.”
Dunn then rose from his seat and walked up to Holley and blew cigar smoke in his face. While the video shows Dunn doing this once, Holley told police the student blew smoke in his face three times.
Somehow, Holley did not physically respond to Dunn’s provocation, which appeared to delight other students, who can be heard in the background laughing, clapping, and whooping.
A campus supervisor eventually arrived at the classroom and escorted Dunn out. “I’ll be back,” the student said as he looked over his shoulder at Holley.
LOL. I love the ending. “I’ll be back.” This squid is the perfect example of how bad politicians have destroyed our public schools. Administrators get pressure from the people above them to improve suspension and graduation rates, particularly for students of color, in order to “close the achievement gap,” and other fun buzzwords. So this kid goes around acting like he’s trying out for the Asshole Apprentice, and he’s back in class the next day no matter what. Because the teacher is powerless and he knows it.
Politicians and administrators created this problem, and now teachers with Master’s Degrees have to stand there and be humiliated. I’m sorry, but this teacher outweighs this kid by at least 40 pounds. I think we can all agree that if he fucked this kid’s world up we’d all give him a pat on the back.
Remember this video the next to you wanna whine about a viral video of a cop who has to get physical with a noncompliant student. These aren’t angels. They’re people who think rules and laws don’t apply to them, and the only way to teach them that they do is by physically showing them.
Meanwhile when this kid eventually fails the class, some gutless administrator will switch the grade to passing and socially promote him. And then they’ll blame the teacher for “failing” the student. Because clearly this kid comes to school every day with the goal of learning, and his teachers just won’t give him the education he is yearning for.
God bless all the teachers out there. I don’t know how you people do it.
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