Tuesday, March 17, 2009

I Might Not Kill Him....

...but he'd find it difficult to use his boy-parts, if he was even able to find out where I buried them.

Lawyer: Accused coach out of his league



Stephen Weixler, 22, at his arraignment Friday in Falmouth District Court on two statutory rape charges. Weixler is accused of having sexual contact with a 14-year-old student and sending her a photograph of his penis via cell phone.
-Cape Cod Times/Paul Blackmore

The attorney for the local high school soccer coach accused of statutory rape of a 14-year-old student said yesterday his client believed the alleged victim was flirting with him.

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Weixler's alleged sexual contact with the 14-year-old girl occurred in September, but the teen did not report it until this month, when the school began investigating Weixler for alleged inappropriate text messaging with students.


Now, you'd think that as part of a teaching curriculum, there would be a certain level of training in regards to ethics and moral principals...
But in theory, you shouldn't need it...

In theory, if you are a 22 year old teacher, I don't care if you *think* they're flirting with you, or they even if they *are* flirting with you, you sure as hell don't flirt back...

On second thought, as the parent of a 15 year old who looks about 20...

She's 15...
Remember: I have a shotgun, a shovel, and a big backyard.
And I doubt that anyone would miss you if you were to do something stupid...

Anyone who does something so stupid as send sexually-charged text messages to a fourteen year old needs something more than training.
Castration comes to mind. Dismemberment. Lead poisoning from several well-placed 40 caliber boolits. Drowning. Defenestration.
Training is not going to remedy that flavor of stupidity, and I don't want someone that bereft of common sense anywhere near my daughter...On the soccer field, classroom, church or youth group.


TBG- ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒE

2 comments:

Bug said...

I agree completely... best punishment, send him to prison where he can see what it feels like on the other end.

or then again, there sure is a lot fo swampland still remaining in FL.

Anonymous said...

I found you blog by way of MArooned. I totally agree with your opinion of proper things to do to that teacher. also, I have to congratulate you for using the word "defenestrate". I had teachers in college who couldn't wrap their minds around that word.