Thursday, January 28, 2010

What teachers want to say

This is pretty funny:



Though Snoops says it isn't true.


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4 comments:

homeschool101 said...

I know snopes.com is supposed to be an accurate site but I am not a 100% sold on it that they know if it is true or not, I say this because I received a few emails that i checked to see if was true or not, both claimed to be false on snopes, but come to find out they were 100% true and verified on Fox news. this may not be true but just a heads up not always is snopes correct.
This is funny video. :)

bj68 said...

I believe Michelle Malkin has proven that Snopes is heavily liberal biased so, unfortunately, must be taken with a grain of salt. Wish there was a TRUE place out there with NO bias where you could verify stuff. Sad that politics, religion, etc. will always interfere with truth.

Mrs. C said...

Suspicious it is NOT a real school. Real schools so far as I know always announce their name (ex. South City High School) on the machine.

April said...

I love it!