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OK.... each day we only have SO MUCH ROOM for stories.... but lately we have had many of you send us FUNNY stuff to share. I've gotten behind a bit... so I'm going to share a bunch of the stuff that has piled up. This way I can get back on track and hopefully keep up to date with most of our stories. We may still have a few pile up from time to time, so we will do this as often as we need to do it.
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New Jersey community college professor is under investigation for
berating a conservative student in a profanity-laced tirade that was
caught on camera. Brookdale Community College sociology professor
Howard Finkelstein allegedly slammed his hand on a desk and screamed
the f-word at a conservative student, Christopher Lyle, in a
discussion about sexual harassment. Joey Smith, who captured the
exchange on video, said that he was recording the Sociology 105
lecture on his phone because he knew the “unprofessional”
professor was going to do something “offensive or
ex-boyfriend allegedly retaliated against a former flame whom he ran
into with another man at the gym by posting revenge porn on social
media. 25-year-old Alfred Kluge was arrested Tuesday on sexual
cyber-harassment charges in Marathon, Florida after the nude photos
were shared to his Facebook and Snapchat accounts. Kluge reportedly
texted the woman following the gym encounter saying, “You forced my
hand.” The distraught woman told authorities the X-rated pics were
taken while the pair was in a relationship “and were for them
only.” Kluge was booked Tuesday at Stock Island Detention Center
but later released. (https://goo.gl/G2XW2e) Police
are searching for a man who robbed Game Haven on Millertown Pike on
Friday afternoon. Officers
say the suspect entered the store, showed a gun and smashed a glass
case. He took a PS4 from the case, then fled to a waiting SUV. No
employees were injured, but the suspect cut himself when he broke the
case. Investigators are following a lead in the
guy in Oakland, California, has uploaded video from his Nest IQ
outdoor camera. It shows a delivery driver trying to deliver a
package from Amazon at the man’s home. “Trying” —
because the driver decided to skip climbing some stairs to get to the
front door and instead attempted to toss the package up. It fell
short the first time but the delivery driver made it on his second
called 'disgusting' and 'inconsiderate' after letting kid eat PB&J
in store One mom faced the wrath of angry bloggers after saying
she let her child eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich in a store.
that the mother asked a New York parenting blog called UrbanBaby if
it was unacceptable for her 4-year-old daughter to eat peanut butter
in public. "Has it become unacceptable to eat peanut butter in
public? DD was eating a pb&j at a store today, and a woman
stopped me to lecture me about peanut allergies," the mom asked.
Responses to the question came flying in from keyboards of other
moms. "That's really inconsiderate. So many kids have life
threatening allergies to peanut butter." one person wrote.
"Eating it in a shopping cart GUARANTEES it will be smeared on
the handle, etc. Its really awful you would do this. Sorry, but
imagine if it were your child with the allergy." Another
blogger was more concerned with the cleanliness of the shopping cart.
prefer if kids ate at tables and had an adult wipe their hands,"
the blogger wrote. "Eating while in a cart is messy and also
your child's hands will be dirty from touching the shopping cart
handle etc. It's pretty unhygienic both ways." Another person
questioned, "You feed your child in a Target shopping cart? That
is disgusting! Your problem is much bigger than the peanut butter!"
Only a few people thought eating peanut butter in a store was
okay. "No problem - my kids make a bigger mess with
Target popcorn and slushies," one mom said. "Smear away.
Not your problem," another
charged with driving too slow under "Slow Poke" lawA
Knox County man has been charged with driving under the posted speed
limit, breaking what has been called the "Slow Poke" law.
Poke Law" went
into effect on July 1, 2016, and prohibits drivers from using the
left lane of interstates and multi-lane divided highways unless they
are passing slower vehicles. According to arrest records, on April 3,
police said Ricky Lee Rutherford was driving 40 mph in the lefthand
lane of a 55 mph zone when police pulled him over. Police said they
also found prescription pills in his car. Police said they also
discovered two outstanding warrants for his arrest for failing to
fed up teacher's post about disrespectful students and their parents
is going viral. On
March 28, Julie Marburger, a teacher in Texas, had had enough. She
posted several photos on Facebook, including a lengthy post
describing an experience with a parent who criticized her for
disciplining a student child. "Teachers are some of the most
kind and giving people I have ever met, yet they get treated so
disrespectfully from all sides. Most parents can't stand to spend
more than a couple hours a day with their kid, but we spend 8 with
yours and 140 others just like him. Is it too much to ask for a
little common courtesy and civil conversation?" Marburger wrote
in the post. Marburger says she has always dreamed of being a
teacher, but just after two years in the profession, she's already
looking for a career change. "This is almost all I hear from
other teachers as well, and they are leaving the profession in
droves. There is going to be a teacher crisis in this country before
too many more years has passed unless the abuse of teachers stops,"
she wrote on the post. Marburger also has some advice for
parents:"People absolutely HAVE to stop coddling and enabling
their children. It's a problem that's going to spread through our
society like wildfire. It's not fair to society, and more
importantly, is not fair to the children to teach them this is okay.
It will not serve them towards a successful and happy life." Her
post seems to have hit a chord, with more than 400,000 people sharing
her post with many people commenting their support for the teacher.
Marburger did update her post to note she has many respectful and
hard-working students, but she still feels there are a lot of work
needed by parents and students. "But my frustration was
also in their behalf. Because the actions of some are hindering their
experience."http://www.wate.com/news/national-world/teachers-post-about-parents-coddling-kids-goes-viral/1115607536?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter_6News Man attempts to run off rodents. Burns two acres https://apnews.com/amp/f9c08a1162fe471b933456591173532b?__twitter_impression=true