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It turns out that there’s a weird side effect to having armed police in schools at any given moment: Suddenly, every little thing becomes a reason to call the cops. … Take Jackson, Mississippi, where only four percent of students arrested were suspected of felonies. To give you an idea of the misdemeanors the other 96 percent were arrested for, the school district was sued for allegedly handcuffing students to railings for violating the dress code and not doing their homework. You’ve probably read about a student getting arrested for spraying perfume, or for not wearing a belt, or for belching in class.

Shockingly, it turns out that needlessly pushing kids into the criminal justice system for making dumb mistakes can backfire — students who are arrested are more likely to drop out of high school, and that tends to encourage crimes that are more serious than pouring milk on someone. And lest we pretend this doesn’t have a racial component, it totally does.

5 Feel-Good School Programs With Horrifying Consequences

Where I grew up, one of the meanest things a girl could say about another girl was “she’s sweet.” It meant she had nothing else to recommend her. And I am not asking for “strong” female characters, whatever the hell that means. I am talking about screaming black-magic dragon vixens and prurient nightmare humans. I want conniving, felonious inveiglers and monstrous viragos, and I want them written by women and read by women. Give me Mrs. Danvers and Rebecca both, and give me Cora Papadakis or Lady Macbeth but from their points of view. Give us your witches! Let us adore them.
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Yo, Jarl, let’s kick it

Sky-rim Baby
Sky-rim Baby

Alright stop, level up and listen
Mikael is back with my Edda invention
Dragon jaws grabs a hold of me tightly
I watch the skies both daily and nightly

Will the war ever stop? Yo, I don’t know
Turn off the lights and like a torchbog,I’ll glow
To the extreme I raid a hold like a bandit
Break in a house and with a shadowmark brand it

Dance! Flute, lute and drum that booms
I’m killin’ your brain like a poisonous mushroom
Deadly when I play a dope melody
Anything less than the best is a felony

Killing dragons man archery’s the way
You better hit bullseye, the kid don’t play
I stay in the inn ‘cause of vampire menace
Don’t want them drinkin up my essence

Sky-rim Baby
(It’s cold in) Sky-rim Baby
(It’s cold in) Sky-rim Baby
(It’s cold in) Sky-rim Baby
(It’s cold in)

Now that the bear is comin
I think I better do a summon
Quick to cast, atronach is flamin
I’m cooking ursines like a pound of bacon

Maidens were hot, wearing metal bikinis
I play my lute man its just too easy
Jealous, ‘cause I have a good time
Carlotta Valencia knows she’s mine

Whiterun guards on the scene, you know what I mean?
They passed me up, confronted all the skooma fiends
If there was a quest, yo, I’ll solve it
Better have skill point to help me evolve it

Sky-rim Baby
(It’s cold in) Sky-rim Baby
(It’s cold in) Sky-rim Baby
(It’s cold in) Sky-rim Baby
(It’s cold in)

My heart goes out to all Rectic and Anacoda keepers, hobbyists. Hearing that the Lacey Act went through for them, it’s devastating news for everyone involved with these animals and keepers of other exotics. They will continue on targeting each species, one by one, until they’re all completely added. Yet, “outdoor cats” owners hear nothing of this and it isn’t brought to their attention all of the damage their beloved pet can do to the environment. Along with Feral cats, who are left to roam, causing just as much damage and aren’t put to an end (spaying and neutering isn’t going to stop them for killing wildlife, just saying). It’s extremely upsetting that now we’re stuck with fear of losing these amazing animals, and being considered felonies for wanting to take our beloved pets wherever we might go.

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Despite public outcry, Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery said Wednesday he will move forward with the felony child abuse prosecution of Shanesha Taylor, the jobless mom whose Scottsdale arrest has drawn national attention and prompted calls for Taylor to receive assistance rather than punishment. 

Attorney Bill Montgomery’s office received a petition on Tuesday with 12,000 signatures asking for Shanesha’s charges to be dropped. "First, they weren’t signatures; they were just a list of names," Montgomery said, referring to a printout from the website. "So I don’t know whether any of the individuals in their pajamas who logged on to the site and put their name on there really had a clue of all the circumstances involved in this particular case.

Apparently signatures aren’t good enough, let’s call County Attorney Bill Montgomery’s office & tell him to drop the charges against Shanesha Taylor —-> (602) 506-3411

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A Tale of Two Mothers In American in a “Post Racial Society”

Left: Catalina Clouser - Got high, drove for 12 miles with her 2 month old baby on the roof of her car before realizing her child was not in the vehicle. The baby fell off and was found in the middle of the highway, still in its car seat and miraculously unharmed. Catalina pled guilty to child abuse and DUI, she avoided jail time and was sentenced to probation.

Right: Shanesha Taylor - A homeless mother, left her two kids (2 years old and 6 months) in the car while she went on a job interview for 45 minutes because she had no one to watch them. Shanesha was arrested and charged with a felony and had her kids removed from her care.

Both of these women live in Arizona

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I am just having way too much fun with this, especially with Jack. I love having ideas of them and their experience as first years like this, you rarely get to see the young side of them in this universe. And yay, Dreamwork boys sticking together, along with Professor Gru xD.

Oh Jack, you little smartass, it won’t be your last detention I’m sure.