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Primary school teacher who told children: ‘Santa does not exist’ is fired

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  1. shcb Says:

    Boy, that is a deceptive headline.

  2. Craig Says:

    A temp teacher, who may have been on a one or two day assignment (unknown) to begin with, is let go and will not be asked to return to that school. Based upon that specific display of temperment and judgement with young kids, I’d say it was fully appropriate. Geez, temp employees in the US can get routinely “reassigned” from a job if the client calls the agency and just says that they “don’t think the temp is going to be the right fit”.

    Possibly a collections agency phone rep may be more up this person’s alley!

  3. knarlyknight Says:

    yea, good comments. jbc must be into the nog a little early…

    How about this?

  4. knarlyknight Says:

    Or this?

    Official history excoriates US rebuilding process in Iraq
    Data falsified, errors covered up, report says

  5. knarlyknight Says:

    And this is pretty cool. He’s looking worse for wear, like the guy in the movie who sees things regular people don’t and it starts to freak him out. Then he stops his nervous rocking and gets real serious. Gets more fascinating the longer I watch. Normally to hear something like this I’d just go “P’shaw, he really wants to sell his book, exaggerations and BS. Except his demeanor is utterly genuine, and the former governor doesn’t seem to have any reason to draw ridicule from short haired country boy types.

  6. knarlyknight Says:

    Try this instead:

  7. enkidu Says:

    I think there is a typo in the link text:
    Primary school teacher who told children: ‘Satan does not exist’ is fired

    Just think what would have happened to her if she told those precious snowflakes that God does not exist. What was wwnj’s line? ‘Impaled and burned at the stake or worse’?

  8. leftbehind Says:

    I’m just glad you don’t really exist, Inky.

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