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Boner Candidates for April 28 2016

Boner Candidate #1: THE BITCH SWITCH

The radio interview began on a positive, empowering note. Jose dos Santos, CEO of Cell C, South Africa’s third-largest telecom company, spoke about the growing number of female staffers in his organization and said he hoped to one day be succeeded by a woman. Some of the company’s top engineers were female, he said. “We no longer live in a society where the woman stays at home and she’s got to look after the chores,” Dos Santos told CliffCentral. “Today, a lot of women are independent. They bring up the kids by themselves, they are financially stable. But somehow we’ve failed as a nation to empower them.” Within seconds of this statement, however, the interview took a turn. In discussing the “different way” that women work, Dos Santos said, “Women do have a bitch-switch and, boy, if you see two women fighting, it’s worse than two men having an argument.” Dos Santos also highlighted the effect of having attractive women in the workplace, such as the finalists of the Miss South Africa pageant, who were offered internship programs at Cell C.

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Boner Candidate #2: RAY RICE HER.

Sierra Norman claims her Idaho high school barred her from running for class president because she was female and not Mormon. That’s when the basketball coach snapped. When Sierra Norman filed a complaint against her high school for discrimination, a basketball coach allegedly said, “someone should Ray Rice” her. Norman was a senior at Declo High School in Idaho in 2014 when she says the school barred her from running for student-body president because she was female and not a Mormon. The school said it was because she was not a full-time student. Now two years later she has sued the school, saying it discriminated against her based on gender and religion. Before going to court this month, Norman first filed a complaint with the Idaho Human Rights Commission in 2014. That didn’t go over well with basketball coach Val Christensen, according to Norman. “A teacher brought it to my attention that a basketball coach said ‘someone should Ray Rice Sierra,’” she said, a reference to NFL player Ray Rice punching his fianceé so hard in 2014 that she was rendered unconscious. “I was scared to go back to school.” Norman’s attorney, Richard Eppink, said it’s unclear if the school disciplined Christensen for his alleged remark.
Boner Candidate #3: THINGS ARE UNDER CONTROL; I GOT THIS. I GOT THIS.
A Sherwood elementary school teacher accused of giving alcohol to more than 30 minors at an after-prom party has been suspended, a district spokesman said Monday. Marcie Duncan, 48, who works at William Jefferson Clinton Elementary School, is suspended pending an internal investigation in accordance with district policy, Deb Roush of the Pulaski County Special School District said. Duncan teaches fourth grade and has worked at the school for eight years, according to the school’s website. Duncan was arrested Sunday and charged with 33 counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, 33 counts of furnishing alcohol to a minor, two counts of third-degree endangering the welfare of a minor and violation of the Arkansas Social Host Law, according to information provided by the Lonoke County jail. Deputies arrested Duncan after they responded around 4 a.m. to a party on her family’s property near West Lewisburg Road, Lonoke County Sheriff John Staley said. They found several empty alcohol containers as well as a full-sized keg.

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