With the beginning of this new school year... be glad this lady isn't one of your kiddos teachers. Some teachers want to stimulate young minds. Others prefer to send stimulants by mail.
Jennifer Krogman, 40, was arrested at her home last month after police received a report that the middle school teacher had packaged a "small amount" of methamphetamine to be shipped out of state, Redlands, Calif., police Lt. Travis Martinez told the Redlands Daily Facts.
Krogman, who teaches dance, health and physical education teacher at Clement Middle School, was arrested for possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana and being under the influence of a stimulant, according to police.
She had previously written a blog on the school's website entitled "Taking Responsibility for our Actions."
"Personal responsibility is seen as very important because it reveals how honest a person is and therefore how much we can trust them," Krogman wrote in the 2010 blog post. "There is a great deal of debate on the issue of how far a society should go in making sure that every person takes care of his/her personal responsibilities."
According to a statement released by Redlands Unified School District, it is their policy to place employees on paid administrative leave pending the "resolution of the criminal charges and the district's internal investigation."
I know that many kids have spent some time prior from today (YAY BACK TO SCHOOL! WOOO!!!!) writing their name on all of their school supplies. In fact, I know parents that had to write their name on every single CRAYON. What the heck!?! ! That is just plain crazy. But I do. Be glad that your our your kids name is not this. This would have given you hand cramps. Meet my moron of the moment.
(From the Huffington Post)
Nearly two years after what may be the world's best name change, Beezow Doo-Doo Zopittybop-Bop-Bop is back behind bars.
Born Jeffrey Drew Wilschke in the suburbs of Chicago, Zopittybop-bop-bop legally changed his name in 2011. The sheer awesomeness of the moniker first made headlines in January 2012, when Mr. Zopittybop-bop-bop was arrested on charges of marijuana possession, carrying a concealed weapon, and probation violation in Madison, Wis.
He managed to stay out of the news for many months, but he was arrested last month in Washington County, Iowa, on charges including felony possession of a controlled substance and operation of a motor vehicle without registration.
This week, Zopittybop-bop-bop spoke with the Wisconsin State Journal about the true meaning behind his patently ridiculous name. Here's the breakdown:
BEEZOW: “The explosion of awareness of the interconnectedness of the infinite love in the universe.
DOO-DOO: "The struggle of our daily lives with that awareness, that with love comes chaos." That's not exactly what we think of when we hear "doo-doo," but OK.
ZOPITTYBOP-BOP-BOP: "The outcome of that struggle, which is often ironic, especially because all life ends in death"
Despite his apparent interest in "the infinite love in the universe," Zopittybop-bop-bop is staunchly against gay rights, based on his Facebook page. On June 27 -- a day after the Supreme Court ruled that a federal same-sex marriage ban is unconstitutional -- Zopittybop-bop-bop posted:
Today was probably the most ridiculous, offensive, laid back, misleading, and off-centered decision by the Supreme Court in US history. All of you clowns jumping around like it's some kind of beautiful victory really makes me worried.
What happened to infinite love, Beezow?
Now, I have thought of some hair brained schemes as a kid trying to make some money. Everything from Lemonade/Hot Chocolate Stands, selling hand made paintings, etc. I was an entrepreneur at the age of 5.
I once had a TON of Pokémon Cards (they were at one time really cool back in 97) and my brother and I sold all of our cards for over 100 to the local younger neighborhood kids. I remember they stole the money from their parents or something crazy like that being the scenario.
One of the times I had to go to the principals office back in my hay day in Greenbrier Middle School...was because I started a school gossip newspaper and was going to charge $1 per issue. I ended up getting swats over that... simply because of the content in my tabloid. (I was cutting edge and should have been writing for USWeekly/People/Star Magazine when I was 13.)
With that said, I admire anyone trying to work and make a dollar. But this hair brained scheme takes the cake. LOL!
(From the Huffington Post)
No lion -- that's a dog.
Visitors at the zoo in the People's Park of Luohe in Henan, China, got in an uproar after a Tibetan mastiff was placed in a cage labeled "African lion." According to the AFP, the dog spoiled the not-so-clever ruse when it began to bark.
Judging by pictures of the exhibit that circulated on Chinese Twitter analog Sina Weibo, the so-called "lion" wasn't all that convincing to begin with.
Lions are cats, by the way. People do seem to have trouble remembering that.
According to AFP, visitors felt cheated out of the 15 yuan ($2.45) they'd spent to see the bogus exhibit, which also reportedly mislabeled "coypu rodents in a snake's cage, a white fox in a leopard's den, and another dog in a wolf pen."
"The African lions will be back. They went to another zoo to breed," a zoo administrator reportedly told the Oriental Daily, as quoted by the South China Morning Post.
Sure. They're off "breeding." Maybe when they come back, they'll have cubs: Cubs that look suspiciously like Tibetan mastiff puppies. Fortunately, that wouldn't be a total loss, considering how cute they are.
I watched the season premier of Duck Dynasty last night on A&E. It was precious. Marriage has its ups and downs and if you have read any of the Duck Dynasty books.. you would know a little bit more about this relationship and where it has been, and where it is now. Ms. Kay and Phil, to me -have a great example of what a "real life" love story would be. With all of that said, to see their loving, Godly relationship on blast last night on the episode I hate to admit I got a little teary eyed.
When Ms. Kay was saying her vows, it not only reminded me of my wedding (two months ago-today!) but it was refreshing to hear a couple that genuinely after almost 50 years still loved and were devoted to each other. It was inspiring! The scenery also reminded me of our rustic outdoor wedding complete with lace, burlap, and mason jars. The arrrrrbor that Mountain Man made was similar to our cross idea that we had at our wedding. It was every country girls dream. LOL.
The episode actually sparked a few ideas. I can not wait to find a tree now and carve our names in it. (I thought that was so sweet) Getting Lane to participate might be harder than to actually carve in a tree. HA! But, that would be something that we can go and look at for years to come. Now, where can I find a good tree?
And dont lie! I know you are a total softy and got teary eyed too!
Now, I'm never going to lie to you... I've had some pretty bad hangovers. I think they are even worse if you are not really a big drinker AKA a "lightweight" and that would be the catagory I am in overall. So this story sounds like it would be in a movie almost...
Worst hangover EVER.
Jiang Wu was staying at a Bed & Breakfast in Qingdao, Eastern China, and had a night so wild that he drunkenly mistook a shipping container for the B&B and fell asleep inside it, according to msnNOW.com reported Thursday.
When he woke up, the crate had been loaded aboard a cargo ship set for a two-week trip to Los Angeles, UPI.com reported.
Although the container was sealed, he had a phone and called everyone he knew, including the local police, who arrived on the scene.
"His problem was, though, that he couldn't tell us which container he was in and there were thousands of them stacked on top of each other," a police spokesman, according to Fairfax NZ News.
Wu kept banging on the crate and police eventually found him in some containers stacked 60 feet high,
"He's very lucky. If he'd been asleep for another hour the next stop would have been America," one docker said, according to the Daily Star.