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BOTD 3/28/15 "A Blast From The Past (1979) Is Eddie Excused?" A Kat Production

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David M. Katz


Marshall
A Blast from the Past – 1979 – Is Eddie Excused?
A Kat Production

You are the vice principal of John F. Kennedy Junior High School, where you handle the much of the discipline. Today, Eddie, a 7th grader, is in your office. He has just returned to school after being out for several days with strep throat. However, he wasted no time in getting himself into trouble. An argument with his science teacher, Mrs. Thorne, over assignments he was supposed to complete while out – his mother picked them up – resulted in him calling her a bitch. Even though you tend to agree with his assessment of Mrs. Thorne, you can hardly say so. You decide the easiest way to resolve the situation is to give him three swats, as your rural district doesn’t have an afterschool detention program because of the difficulty in arranging for transportation for kids who ride the bus. Aside from corporal punishment, your only real options are lunch time detentions, lines, or extra work; in school suspensions are still years in the future for your school district.

Eddie 7th Grade (13)
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Eddie has been in your office before, and though he doesn’t like getting “licks”, as the kids call it, he has never made a fuss about it. Today, however, he begs you not to paddle him. At first he is reluctant to explain why, but at last he admits that his butt is still very sore from the shot of antibiotic he had. He points out the injection site, which is much higher than the paddle will land, but he insists he is already so sore that the licks would be torture.

Will you give him an alternative punishment, defer the paddling a couple of days, or carry on despite his protests?


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David M. Katz


Marshall
I have had antibiotic injections that made me sore for days so I think Eddie's request is reasonable. I will give him a choice. He can write a hefty amount of lines tonight OR he can return to my office in three days for the paddling. If he wants to wait to get it then I am willing to wait to give it but if not he can write his hand off tonight.


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AFinch


Sherrif
Ditto Katz. Since it's 1979. I think if it were the 60's, they wouldn't care if it was "torture".

Pi Beta


Deputy
Mouth soaping presumably isn't allowed by the authorities. Since I don't suppose I can export him temporarily to Scotland where I would strap his hands with the tawse, I'll have to agree with the previous responses, though I don't like delayed punishments.

StevieWeeks


Trailboss
Give him the strap across the upturned palms instead...

Right over left... left over right...

That'll spare his poor sore derriere and all...

Stevie.

Jack


Admin
I seriously doubt his word on this. The antibiotic shot would have been given when he was first sick, not right before he came back to school.

I'm very tempted to tell him that, if he had a problem with getting swats, he should have watched his mouth (agree with him or not, he should have known he'd get in trouble running his mouth like that).

Even so... I think I'll give him a choice of a ton of lines to be turned in tomorrow, or swats after school tomorrow.


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ivor


Marshall
I'm in agreement with Katz/Jack.

Must say in Eddie's defence I don't ever remember being given school work to do while I was off sick.

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Jack


Admin
ivor wrote:Must say in Eddie's defence I don't ever remember being given school work to do while I was off sick.

Ivor, it does happen (at least around here), but it's mainly for more prolonged cases, and not something like this. It's usually not for when a kid is really ill, but when he has to have a certain amount of recovery time. And even in those cases, I've never heard of the work being due as soon as the kid returns, because he needs a chance to ask questions about things he didn't understand.


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squarecutter


Sherrif
He cannot be rude to teachers however unreasonable he or I might fnd them I will have the nurse examine his bottom and check the damage to see whether Eddie could take a paddling... or we can just get on with it. I the Nurse says not to paddle I will issue lines. 

I will also be telling my staff that in future no homework should be given to a sick child unless it is requested by the parents who are best placed to judge whether their child is up to it

John Boy


Sherrif
I agree with both Katz and Jack

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Stone Man


Marshall
I agree with Katz/Jack and those who are in agreement with them.

ivor


Marshall
cheers  cheers  cheers Happy Birthday, Kat cheers cheers cheers

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ivor


Marshall
ivor wrote:cheers  cheers  cheers Happy Birthday, Kat cheers cheers cheers

I have no idea how this ended up on this thread, but I will say:

a) I was having problems posting anything earlier as after I had typed and sent, I then got a message appearing saying I had timed out and thus nothing appeared.

b) It will give Kat a reason to spank me!

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Kat


Editor Extraordinaire
I'm in agreement with Katz. I'll let Eddie choose whether he wants to return in a few days or write a shitload of lines instead.

Kat

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