Middle school


  • BillyHW

    Obviously an Asian kid holding the camera too. Can you guess why?

    • AlanUK

      Laughing too much at the weakness of the staff?

      • BillyHW

        No, if Tyrone had taken the video it would have been in 9:16 World Star aspect ratio.

  • marty_p

    Obama’s daughter goes to school in Texas?

    • But they do have a “No Place for Hate” sign up.

      So all is well.

  • Ron MacDonald

    It appears that the U.S. is about another failed generation of Black students.

    • David Murrell

      She’s part of Obama’s core constituency.

  • Fredrick. Allen.Ginsberg

    Silverback apes get a little testy when hungry.

  • Xavier

    Shock collar time.

  • Mark DeFord Eletion

    Mom will be called in for a conference, where she will watch the school’s security tapes, listen to the security officials’ explanations, and then declare “ma chile doan doo nuffin waugh.”

  • Xavier

    White House invitation on the way.

  • seaoh

    gotta love the “No place for hate” signs in the back round. As useful as “gun free zone signs

  • Doug Kursk

    The actions of a child (in every sense of the word) who knows precisely what she can get away with. I detect some psychological distress in her mannerisms as well.

  • kkruger71

    In large part I blame this on the removal of corporal punishment as an option when they are younger. Not that I’m a fan of the idea of adults hitting kids, I don’t even remember ever having it happen to me, but I do remember the fear of it happening tempering my actions.

    • I was a kid in a British school. Caning and the strap were common punishments. Our teachers, who dispensed the 4 or 6 blows, were not sadists, but acted very justly. We respected for their stern approach, and I still do.

    • Pavelina

      Back in the 40s when I was in elementary and junior high, the razor strap was used at home and the paddle in school. I was strapped but never paddled. P.S., I still loved my Mother.

  • Sid Falco

    Keep Austin diverse…

  • Xavier

    This is why they should have shock collars.
    And yes I mean ‘they’ exactly like you think.

  • Xavier

    Life imitates art. In this case, the stage scene from King Kong.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Why is it always blacks?
    It’s almost as if they need their own separate facilities.
    “Separate but equal” came about for a reason.

  • HJM

    wonder if this is just a symptom. the real problem is hidden deep within.

  • luna

    Anyone know which city? I understand Houston can be like this.

  • Edubeat

    Welcome to Peel region

    • Clausewitz

      Yeah when I first started out in teaching I did one year at a reserve school in Northern Ontario, then one year in middle school. The students in the reserve school acted way better than the peon’s I taught in grades 7 and 8. In middle school they know you can’t do anything to them, everybody gets the old social pass along, and they’re just old enough to know how to be a grade A pain in the ass. Everybody thinks that they’re developing their street creds. I would constantly laugh at them because Mississauga street creds are a joke.

  • Justin St.Denis

    Dindoo Nuffins En Regalia
    – An Atonal Vocal Composition –

    …Opened yesterday at a Texas Middle School, and will be touring the country and coming to your community SOON. Hold on to your hats!

  • Yo Mama

    Before another commentator posts his usual mellow jazz I think it’s time for some rock.

  • chayisun

    Shocker. A black going to be fat teen displaying the typical intelligent push back against authority. A budding table dancer who will end up uneducated, with seven…or eight…or more tiny thugs from who knows how many sperm donors. On welfare and food stamps and filling her face with donuts.

    • Yo Mama

      Donuts and Ding Dongs!

  • canminuteman

    From the reaction of the rest of the kids in the room, I get the impression that this is regulate normal behavior.