Boner of the Day

Boner Preview Candidates for December 5, 2016

Boner Candidate #1: ITS OPEN SEASON

A Pennsylvania high school student who posted on social media an image of a fake license to hunt black people has been removed from school. Officials in the Highlands School District in suburban Pittsburgh tell KDKA-TV the student posted an image with a racial slur for black people on Snapchat and shared it with multiple people. The fake license says the holder is permitted to hunt and kill black people during open season, from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31. School officials became aware of the post near the end of the school day Thursday.

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Boner Candidate #2: STEALIN’ FROM THE KIDS

An Ogden woman is accused of stealing thousands of dollars that were intended for children with autism. Rebecca Irene Campos, 31, was charged in 2nd District Court in October with second-degree-felony theft after she allegedly stole more than $5,000 from the Northern Utah Autism Program, a preschool for children with autism, between September 2015 and August 2016. Campos’ attorney Branson West declined to comment on the case Saturday. At the time of the alleged theft, Campos was the organization’s “parent president,” according to a Facebook post from the organization Friday, and she was the only person with access to a spending card for an account containing money from private donors, charges say.

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Boner Candidate #3: I ASKED THE PRINCIPAL IF I COULD USE CHAINS AND HE SAID NO

A substitute teacher working at Sandhills Middle School has been charged with two counts of cruelty to children after using tape to restrain students, according to the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department. Deputies say Janeen Clark, 26, taped two male students to their desk chairs and bound their hands with tape during school hours Thursday.  She is accused of putting tape over the mouth of one of the students and allowing another student to tape the second victim to a chair. “We dispatched a team of investigators to look into this situation as soon as the school made us aware of it on Thursday,” Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon said. “Our investigation is ongoing and we’re still talking to those who were involved.”

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Boner Candidate #4: AND MA’AM YOU JUST NEVER WILL GET IT.

A Pulitzer Prize winning novel written by Harper Lee ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’, published in 1960, temporarily pulled off from the syllabus at the school in Virginia following a complaint from the parent for using racial slurs, which is considered to be harmful,along with other Mark Twain’s book Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. According to the parent,Marie Rothstein-Williams, that both books represents the racism, which is unacceptable.She made a plea at a school board meeting stating that the works had disturbed her teenage son,who is a biracial student at Nandua High School on Virginia’s Eastern Shore.

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Boner Candidate #5: I JUST CAME IN TO PET THE CAT

A Florida man has been arrested after breaking into his neighbor’s home to pet the family cat.  According to WFTS, St. Petersburg resident Brittney Cline woke up in the middle of the night on Nov. 20 after her cat was startled. From WFTS:“When I opened my eyes I could see the shadow of a man standing at the end of my bed,” said Cline. “He was standing perfectly still, I said ‘hello’ and when I said hello he dropped very slowly down to the ground. And as soon as I saw the shadow move down to the ground I knew somebody was there.” Cline then flipped on the lights and noticed a man crouched down at the foot of her bed, petting the cat. She then told the man to leave, in which he complied. The intruder, later identified as Jasper Fiorenza, had to climb over a baby gate to exit Cline’s bedroom, allowing police to pull a fingerprint off her bedroom door frame.

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Boner Candidate #6: DIDN’T YOU SEE THE LETTER WE SENT YOU ABOUT YOUR BLINDNESS?

A severely disabled man had his benefits cut because he didn’t respond to a letter even though he is blind. Alan Moody, 60, was declared unfit to work by his GP 10 years ago after being diagnosed with cerebellar ataxia – a rare genetic brain condition. Despite this Alan from Stanley, Co Durham was summoned to a Department for Work and Pensions ‘work capability assessment’ to qualify to receive employment and support allowance of around £450 a month. One of the effects of his condition is blindness and because of this he did not read the letter sent to him by the DWP. As a result of his non reply the DWP took the decision on November 2 to stop paying the allowance.

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