Boner of the Day

Boner (Round One) for September 21st, 2017

Boner Candidate #1: REALLY, I ONLY POST ABOUT COWS AND RECIPES.

A second-grade teacher in Mississippi was fired after suggesting that black people “move back to Africa” on her Facebook page, which she later tried to claim had been hacked. Cammie Rone was booted by the South Panola School District from her position at Batesville Intermediate School after a brief probe into the post, which has since been removed, WREG reported. “If blacks in this country are so offended, no one is forcing them to stay here,” Rone posted, according to screenshots captured by parents of students at the school. “Why don’t they pack up and move back to Africa where they will have to work for a living. I am sure our government will pay for it! We pay for everything else.”

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Boner Candidate #2: PUNISHMENT NOT DISCLOSED BECAUSE IT WASN’T MUCH

Four South Carolina students recently spelled out the word “rape” with spray painted letters on their chests as an apparent joke during a football game for their district’s annual Breast Cancer Awareness Night. The incident occurred during Westside High School’s football game Fridayagainst rival high school D.W. Daniel. Kyle Newton, the director of external affairs for the school district, told HuffPost that the four boys (two sophomores and two seniors) were part of a larger group that spelled out “BUMP CANCER” for the awareness event. “Before the game started, the students essentially started playing scrabble by spelling out different words from ‘BUMP CANCER’ and taking pictures. One of those was RAPE,” Newton toldHuffPost in an email. “The principal was informed later that night about what had happened, and worked to identify the students.” The picture of the four boys was shared on Snapchat with the caption “What we do to Daniel,” referring to the D.W. Daniel team they were playing.

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Boner Candidate #3: DO THE BOYS HAVE SUBMIT PICTURES?

A suburban Milwaukee school district is requiring all students wearing a dress to next month’s homecoming dance to submit pictures of their outfit before they can buy tickets, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. According to the Pewaukee School District, the policy is aimed at keeping students from being turned away from the event for showing too much skin. Superintendent Mike Cady told the Journal Sentinel the rule has been in place since January of 2015. But a reminder email that went out last week week upset some parents and students. Many called it sexist and micromanaging, the paper reported. “The girls are essentially being held responsible for the wayward thoughts (administrators) think boys have,” Rebecca Sheperd, whose daughter is a freshman at the school, told the paper.

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