Homosexual public school employee reminds us why public schools must be eliminated if the human race is to be saved from extinction.
“I’m as gay as the day is long and twice as sunny.”
“Just because you believe something doesn’t make it true.”
Said the homosexual SJW who believes in global warming and that there is no biological difference between men and women.
“You do not have permission to speak and engage my students.”
His students? The ones he has sexually molested? You don’t have permission to speak? Permission. To. Speak.
“I will call the police if you don’t shut up.”
He will call the police if you don’t stop talking. Because it’s the current year?
An assistant principal at a Chester County, Pennsylvania school is now on leave for berating a group of pro-life teenagers after school last Friday.
Downingtown STEM Academy’s Zach Ruff is on video threatening to call police on the teens, and telling a 16-year-old “You can go to hell or they (the fetuses) ought to” and ‘You can go get a freakin’ life.”
“They’re not children! They’re cells!” Ruff angrily exclaims at one point, followed by “GO HOME!”
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Downingtown Area School District posted a message on its Facebook page regarding the incident:
“We do not condone or support the conduct expressed in the video and are deeply disappointed that this incident occurred. His conduct does not represent the values of the school district or the respect we expect our employees to show for the civil rights of others,” the statement said.
Ruff will remain on leave pending an investigation. The pro-life students are members of a “Christian activist network” called Project Frontlines.
One parent who has a senior at the school spoke in support of Ruff, saying he’s “a really good guy” and a “big teddy bear who has a great sense of humor.” Numerous commenters to the NBC-10 article backed Ruff as well.
Orwellian Speak: big teddy bear who has a great sense of humour (child molester)
Bill Nye is not a scientist.
Bill Nye is a clown.
Remember how I said in a previous article that even when Snopes arrives at a conclusion that contradicts their worldview, they still find a way to show bias? Here’s another example.
The fact checking website decided to investigate a viral meme that made fun of Bill Nye for being less educated than Dolph Lundgren. Even though Snopes admitted that the meme was “mostly true”, they still managed to straw-man the point of the meme. Snopes is starting to look more and more like a personal blog than a fact-checking site. You would have to be extremely blind to not see this obvious bias.
The writer of the Snopes article starts by giving his opinion on Bill Nye, explaining that he is becoming a controversial figure and that people have been trying to “discredit” him. (This has nothing to do with the claim they are supposed to be investigating):
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Now brace yourself for the mental gymnastics you are about to read:
Comparing Nye and Lundgren is also problematic. The meme appears to insinuate that Nye is not qualified to host a television show since his educational background does not match or exceed Dolph Lundgren’s. Yet, as far as we know, there is no “Lundgren Standard” for science television show hosts. This argument only makes sense if Lundgren, the more educated of the two, had criticized Nye or publicly disagreed with something Nye had said. Yet, we found no record of Lundgren expressing such a viewpoint.
Why is it that whenever someone begins an argument by calling something “problematic”, 99% of the time, they end up saying something stupid? This entire paragraph is a non-sequitur. Let’s take this point by point:
Orwellian Speak: problematic (disagreeing with a SJW)
On one of the episodes of his new Netflix special titled “Bill Nye saved the world”, Bill decided to feature a segment about gender and sexuality, which was performed by a sitcom actress. Rachel Bloom, the actress from “Crazy ex-girlfriend,” performed a song titled “My sex junk” aaaaaaaaaand the video gave me Cancer.
I’m not going to say anymore, just that everyone who was involved in the making of this video needs to be euthanized. Thumps up to anyone who can watch it till the end.
The movie Passengers.
Not bad all in all. I can recommend watching this one.
There are spoilers. If you don’t want to know what happens in the movie stop listening once I warn you about spoilers.
I talk about the movie for the entire rest of the episode.
One autodoc for a population of 5000 is unreasonable as the population in question would likely only need medical attention in LARGE groups (as when they awaken as a group from hibernation, or in the event of a catastrophe). From what is shown in the film, the autodoc works very quickly, but not quickly enough to suffice during an emergency.