Friday, August 24, 2007

WRONG!

Says a colleague to me today, I really need to talk to you about something.

Sure, no problem, what's up?

Well, I was at this potluck last night and was talking to this who girl is in ninth grade at (unnamed) Catholic school...

*** let me interject to say that this colleague is part of an international organization "the optimist club" (or something like that) ***

...and she was telling me about the courses she was taking. Her first period is PE, and she just learned this game in her last PE class called "Smear the Queer".

WHAT???

Exactly, says the colleague, who inquired of this girl what the game was all about.

Apparently this game, which was (according to the girl) taught and named by her PE teacher, involves someone being the "queer" who gets chased and pummeled by the rest of the class with balls. WHAT???

When my colleague asked the girl if she new what the word "queer" was referring to, the girl casually replied "yeah, it's like a gay person or something".

Now we are on a mission to find hard evidence of this, so that we can issue some sort of complaint or warning to this teacher. I can't even believe it. I'm so mad I'm quivering. This school is TEACHING its students to BULLY. ARRRGHHHH!!!!!

8 comments:

Anthony said...

Whistle blower!!!

Kilometres said...

well I just felt my stomach turn.

Please let this be a rumour, and if it's not, let you come down on them like the hammers of hell.

(if there were a hell).

Just remember, we win with love!

Kilometres said...

p.s. If this is real, please consider bringing in CNN as back-up to catch this person and expose them.

gnat said...

I was actually thinking of calling the senator's office... I have a connection there.
But first I need to determine who this PE teacher IS, and if that's really what they called this "game".

Anonymous said...

I'm unfortunately pretty confident that the senator's office or local media outlet will do nothing, because this game, and other similar forms of soft indoctrination are rampant, and can't be quashed with a simple phone call. If you bring light to it, people polarise, backs go up, and all of a sudden, it's a question of free speech, and probably the Second Amendment...

God bless America.

gnat said...

well, I'll be sure to give a follow up on this, because I contacted the local news station today... I decided that was a better (and easier) route than the senator's office.

chelle said...

i think i may have just thrown up. best of luck with the media, i know it's a bit much to hope that teacher loses their job, but i hope so all the same.

gnat said...

thanks everyone, I've talked to the news and convinced my colleague to do the same, so all my info and all the info from the source is now in the hands of an investigative reporter...