Yes, this scenario unfolded for one Georgia woman when her private photos were shown off at a district-wide seminar, in front of her former classmates and teachers. Apparently, her school exists in a Twilight Zone-style time vortex where swimwear without bonnets and fraternizing with cardboard minorities are causes for concern.
The most lurid thing going on is that sign advertising hardcore maritime hygiene.
The unlucky woman's photos were shown accompanied with the epigram, "Once it's there, it's there to stay." (The smaller subtitle should have been "The faculty of Fayette County schools is free to ogle you once you get that damn diploma.") The ex-student is suing the district, obviously.
School Stages Fake Shooting to Fuck With Teachers
After the local sheriff's office gave educators at Oregon's Pine Eagle Charter School instructions on how to react to a trespassing gunman, the school's administrators weren't sure if the lessons stuck. So, during a teachers' meeting when all of the students were out of school, two of the staff dressed up in masks and opened fire on everyone.
Did Oregon do a Freaky Friday switch with Florida?
Pandemonium broke out among the teachers, because for some reason the morons assumed they were about to die. After a few would-be action hero deaths as teachers stood in front of several shots at a time, the unharmed staff soon realized that the bullets were blanks, and then they all had a good laugh about it. "I got a couple in the front and a couple in the back," one teacher said after the school admitted that only two of them would have survived. Because if there's any way to teach people how to survive school shootings, it's to start shooting at them. (Or give them guns, as the school also suggested.)
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