Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Rodimus Prime, Mar 31, 2008.
That's crazy, I love how the stupid nurse took it upon herself to take the crutches away from the girl even though it wasn't policy to do so. I hope they sue the pants off of them.
Aw snap, its always the man bringing us young people down.
One of these days Mr. Man, ONE OF THESE DAYS!!!
the nurse should get her kneecaps dislocated , and try walking. dumb b*tch.
sorry, chaos. im kinda mean spirited today..
As someone who dislocated his knee, twice, I would say that the "nurse" would be getting off easy with that punishment.
Or we could stop being stupid, realise this woman made a grevious error in judgement which given the media coverage is going to haunt her like a poltergeist for the rest of her professional career and allow justice to be done.
Although yes, taking away the crutches is reprehensible, it does beg the question what events transpired to make it policy to require note from a doctor to allow them onto school grounds?
Has anyone seen the movie, or read the book Misery? Yeah, they should bring hobbling back as a means of punishment. Strap the nurse down, put the block between her legs, and snap her ankles with a sledgehammer. THEN have her walk up and down stairs like that.
Yeah, I'm normally a nice guy but I have a vindictive side when those who can't defend themselves or protect themselves are injured or taken advantage of. I hope that nurse gets fired, and a BIG black mark put on her employee record to follow her around.
It's public school. A plastic knife is considered a deadly weapon, now.
You can't possibly be serious?
and dont call him shirley.
What gets me is how the nurses or other staffers at schools these days are the only ones NOT required to think.
I mean, if the nurse had checked on the girl's file, she coulda avoided this...why would a girl with damn good grades, with a string of extracurricular activities and sports walk around with crutches for no good reason?
it don't make sense.
bestest school fight i ever saw was between a football player and a handicapped boy who had a pair of crutches. The boy was barely 3 1/2 feet tall and required them for lots of medical reasons. between class bells a football player kinda stepped on him and casually said, "sorry, little man." that kid whipped off a crutch and kneecapped the baller and when the he fell, they were eye to eye. that's when "little man" kicked his ass with a crutch.
best part was two coaches saw it and let it continue. later that day, they made the big oaf run laps till he puked cause he got whipped by a cripple.
btw, "little man" was crazy as hell. he later got expelled from high school for bringing knives to school.
that was what made the 80s great....
If that girl had been smart, she would've called her mother on the spot after the nurse took away her crutches, instead of trying to walk on it all day.
I wonder if she said "Dont tase me bro" while lady was yanking on her crutch?
If a Girl has Crutches and the staff feel that you need a doctors note for crutches, then you call the parents while the child sits in the office.
Even if they have this policy (which they said they didn't) this Nurse doesn't have a leg to stand on because her actions are not going to be able to be defended by the union.
And yet I've seen the teachers eating with the student using metal forks/knifes.
True but these days it's not like you can use a school phone without first having a note writen by some higher power.
I've had to pick my cousin up from the police station a few times because he walked to a gas station to use a payphone.
I'll bring the meat hammer. You get the grappling hook.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Balrogvsgandalf.jpg Me = The Balrog
nurse = Gandalf, that is how i feel. in other words im pretty fliping mad. wait no fliping dosent cover it not even that image covers it, go stab an ant hill and throw in a grasshoper then x by about 999,999,999,999,999k
count me in Obvious! now all i gotta do is call Batman and ask to borrow his grappling hook....
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