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Parent Gets Failing Grade At School Relations

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On the bright side, at least this shitdick never considering home-schooling an option.

A Butler County father was charged Tuesday after police said he threatened to blow up his child’s school and kill the staff.

Unhappy with his son’s performance, James Lee Frank, 49, of West Sunbury, called Dassa McKinney Elementary School and made the threats, police said.

Officials immediately placed the Hooker Road school on lockdown and notified state police.

Police said Frank drove to the school and unsuccessfully tried to enter through a front and side door. Frustrated, Frank then ripped a two-way communication system off the building and left, police said.

According to the criminal complaint, police found knives on the front seat of the car.

Police said Frank told them he was upset with his child’s performance and wanted to withdraw the student from a certain class.

Channel 11 News spoke to a parent whose daughter attends the school.

“I seen all the state police cars,” said parent Rick Yanssens. “Just said they heard it was lockdown. I didn’t know anything until I seen it on the news.”

The Moniteau School District superintendent said letters were sent out to parents on Wednesday.

Frank is charged with making terroristic threats and threatening to use weapons of mass destruction, among other charges.

This county is right above mine and one over to the left. Represent.

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Written by kkktookmybabyaway

September 29, 2010 at 11:50 pm

Posted in News

Roar You Sonofabitch

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I’ve been on a Sharktopus kick the last few days.

And now the ratings are in…

Syfy’s craptacular “Sharktopus” gobbled 2.5 million viewers Saturday night.

That’s a big number for a Syfy original movie, and represents the best-ever showing by a Saturday night creature feature in September on the network.

It’s not as big as, say, August’s “Lake Placid 3” (3.1 million), but that was Syfy’s most-watched original movie since 2005.

Only bringing up the “Lake Placid” comparison because “Sharktopus” received plenty of advance buzz, and is called “Sharktopus,” and it seemed possible the movie could score an all-time high.

“Lake Placid 3”? Oy.

Here’s another trailer for Sharktopus, and there are two things I have to mention.

1) After reading the viewer comments, I’m glad there’s somebody else out there that thinks the Navy Commander looks like Glenn Beck.

2) If you think the “roaring” that Sharktopus does is dumb, you ain’t heard nothing…

Now be honest. Which one of these two films would you rather see in the theaters?

And guess which one I saw at the cinema as a kid?

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September 29, 2010 at 10:54 pm

Posted in Entertainment

Foot-In-Mouth Franken?

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So I saw on Drudge’s site that Al Franken committed another “gaffee” while presiding in the Senate.

What was this horrible infraction?

Franken, the most famous member of the Senate freshmen class, has logged dozens of hours as presiding officer of the chamber, a duty often given to new senators to help them learn arcane procedural rules.

Franken suffered another embarrassing moment Wednesday morning when he mistakenly recognized Sen. Tom Udall as the “senator from Utah.”

Udall quickly corrected Franken by noting that he’s from New Mexico.

“Oh, God,” Franken boomed into his microphone. “I’m sorry.”

“The senator from New Mexico,” Franken said, emphasizing “New Mexico” to make up for his mistake.

Really — this is that big a deal?

Hell, I’m sure Strom Thurmond and Robert Byrd in their final years probably didn’t always know what state THEY were representing in the Senate.

Gotta give Al a pass on this one.

Written by kkktookmybabyaway

September 29, 2010 at 10:21 pm

Posted in News

Eat ‘n Honk

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So today I blared the horn three times on the way to work this morning. A new record~!

I hate people.

The only time I lay on the horn so is when motorists could potentially do harm to me with their vehicle. And when I honk the horn, I honk that mo’ fo’.

What were the reasons for my honking? Does it really matter? Some idiot swerves into my lane without looking. Some assclown turns his empty school bus while I’m in the middle of a turn. Some buttmunch has his ass-end out in my lane instead of actually going into the lane he’s trying to turn into. With all that being said, I was at fault for not waiting my turn at a five-way stop sign. Hey, I pounded my chest and said “my bad.” Actually, I was impressed that the other motorist was assertive enough to take her turn. We both got to the intersection in relatively equal time, but I think she was just there just a second earlier. I went before her because I thought if I didn’t we’d be sitting there for moments on end and cause a bigger clusterfuck. My hats off to you, lady.

When the better half and I were headed home, we stopped at a nearby restaurant. We were seated by these two old people. Everything was fine and dandy, and then the old people began bitching about their food. Oh well, this gives me something to do while waiting for my hot fudge sundae.

What was the problem with the food — Who knows, who cares? Well, actually I was able to hear the manager. Apparently the liver wasn’t seasoned and the steamed vegetables had no taste. And they got to take home a pie as a result. Are you kidding me?

Unless something is way undercooked or burnt, you take a risk with ordering food. If the food isn’t flavorful enough for you, it may be flavorful enough for others. Just don’t order the damn thing again. Well, shortly after this our waitress came over us and asked if everything was OK. I said: “This sundae is terrible. Can I have a pie?”

Mrs. kkk sat there in stunned silence — like she’d be surprised I’d say something like this.

The waitress cracked up.

Old people.

Written by kkktookmybabyaway

September 29, 2010 at 9:32 pm

Posted in Life

kkk’s Rule Of Life #29

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In the hands of a trained professional, the CC field in an email message can be a deadly (and quite entertaining) weapon.

Written by kkktookmybabyaway

September 29, 2010 at 9:27 pm