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Teacher placed on leave after posting pics and drug comments on Twitter

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Happy Panther    4,006

i have tons of friends tweeting about and posting stupid poo publicly on their facebook walls all the time. like people in their mid 20s who should know better at this point.

i mean it's just common knowledge now that if you're in any form of contact with an employer for a job opportunity they'll be internet sherlock holmes-ing the hell out of you.

At least facebook you can make pretty private. Tweets are out there for anyone usually.

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lightsout    2,457

But...she's a chick....

But...she's hot....

I will say, it's unfair to an extent. What she does in her free time is her business, and that should include social networking. Having said that, she needs to up her security on her social networking, because she is a public figure, being a teacher. As far as calling a student jail bait, that just makes her an idiot.

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Mr. Scot    35,054

I love that my main menu read "Teacher placed on leave after...last post by Your Mom's Lover" :lol:

What did you post to get this lady in trouble, ya bastard? :angry:

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YourMomsLover    1,077

I love that my main menu read "Teacher placed on leave after...last post by Your Mom's Lover" :lol:

What did you post to get this lady in trouble, ya bastard? :angry:

Lol glad I could give you a chuckle.

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Nicbsbll2    293

My wife originally was studying to be a high school teacher and her professors were telling her from the time she started college that she needed to have her social media accounts set at a high security level. She even had a professor suggest not using her real name on Facebook or Twitter (use her first and middle name but not her last).

Hell, I have a friend that is a college basketball official and the conferences he works for requires him to not use his real name on any form of social media.

Different companies have different policies. Don't like a certain policy? Find a job else where.

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Davidson Deac II    4,374

Why did I never get this teacher in high school?

How do you know you didn't get one just like her. Looks like she is by the book at school, and a after hours freak.

Had a teacher in 9th grade, Miss Molnar. In my mind/fantasy, she was just like this teacher. :)

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Happy Panther    4,006

My wife originally was studying to be a high school teacher and her professors were telling her from the time she started college that she needed to have her social media accounts set at a high security level. She even had a professor suggest not using her real name on Facebook or Twitter (use her first and middle name but not her last).

Hell, I have a friend that is a college basketball official and the conferences he works for requires him to not use his real name on any form of social media.

Different companies have different policies. Don't like a certain policy? Find a job else where.

My buddy is an ACC coach and not only is there no social media he asks everyone to not email him at all (at work). He wants every email to relate to work only. And this is about the cleanest guy you will ever meet.

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YourMomsLover    1,077

How do you know you didn't get one just like her. Looks like she is by the book at school, and a after hours freak.

Had a teacher in 9th grade, Miss Molnar. In my mind/fantasy, she was just like this teacher. :)

I always had the old strict teachers.... There was one insanely beautiful English teacher at my high school. Ms. Petite. Smoking hot. Never was put on her roll. Hot ass blonde about 25 years old. I remember she drove a convertible BMW.

I found out she was fired after I graduated due to the complaints by her fellow staff for "being dressed in a fashion unsuitable for educational settings". Her dresses were above knee, but I had no complaints. Unlike the old hags I had as teachers didn't like.

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