March 4, 2014

Compare and contrast [Darleen Click]

Student’s claim of being assaulted at school was “made up.” Discipline? Suspension? Heaven Mythical afterlife place forbid!

A transgender teenager who said he was beaten and sexually assaulted in a California high school bathroom recanted the story, police said Tuesday.

The 15-year-old student at Hercules Middle/High School “admitted he fabricated the whole story” during an interview with a detective, Hercules police Detective Connie Van Putten said. […]

The change left open the possibility that the teen could be charged with making a false criminal report, she said.

Mario Trujillo, spokesman for the West Contra Costa Unified School District, said school officials are less concerned with punishing the student than making sure he gets the support he needs to feel safe and comfortable at school. […]

“There is still an important piece of the story, which is that trans youth do face elevated levels of bullying and violence including physical assaults at school,” said Carolyn Laub, executive director of the Gay-Straight Alliance Network. “Even if this particular story isn’t true, the school’s response, to put in place plans for bringing the community together and addressing school safety and climate, is a good outcome.”

Oh where have we heard that Fake but Accurate meme before?

While the poor wittle hoaxer teen-girl-who-“identifies”-as-boy is being cosseted by such an enlightened school administration, an actual ten-year boy is suspended three days for the crime of not realizing his finger is a verbotten firearm

A central Ohio principal says she suspended a 10-year-old boy from school for three days for pretending his finger was a gun and pointing it at another student’s head.

The boy’s father says he thinks it’s the adults who are acting childish after the boy was suspended from Devonshire Alternative Elementary School in Columbus last week.

The fifth-grader said he was “just playing around.” But district spokesman Jeff Warner tells The Columbus Dispatch ( ) that Devonshire Principal Patricia Price has warned students about pretend gun play numerous times this year, and everyone should know the rules by now.

Black is white, up is down, Obama is playing rope-a-dope with Putin.

Yeah, baby.

Posted by Darleen @ 8:27pm

Comments (35)

  1. I think the takeaway here is even if you’re a tranny you should always try to tell the truth and not make up lies.

  2. Why, if there are no significant consequences to (getting caught) lying?

    On what planet does getting away with such a hoax dissuade the perpetration of additional such hoaxes?

  3. Why’n hell does this girl want to be a boy when the public screwel system is doing it’s worst to turn boys into girls?

  4. To expect any aspect of the Modern American Culture to make sense means one is a masochist.

  5. actually, Ernst, she’s the ideal boy, without all that icky testosterone.

  6. Damn if you’re not right Darleen.

  7. – The only rope-a-dope that Bumblefuck will get from Putin is a string of beads on a rope that Putin is jerking out of pussy-bois asshole.

    – CNN and MSNBC is in full stop Bumblefuck defense mode, because well you know, whats the invasion of a country compared to Jug ears being made to look bad. The Progs have their priorities the same place where they have their brainless heads.

  8. Wow, BBH, tell us what you really think!

    (You’re right, of course. We are watching a couple clowns getting JenningsFisted. )

  9. I’m A Boy
    (Pete Townshend)

    One girl was called Jean Marie
    Another little girl was called Felicity
    Another little girl was Sally Joy
    The other was me, and I’m a boy

    My name is Bill and I’m a headcase
    They practice making up on my face
    Yeah, I feel lucky if I get trousers to wear
    Spend ages taking hairpins from my hair

    Chorus 1
    I’m a boy, I’m a boy
    But my ma won’t admit it
    I’m a boy, I’m a boy
    But if I say I am I get it

    Put your frock on Jean Marie
    Plait your hair Felicity
    Paint your nails, little Sally Joy
    Put this wig on, little boy

    Chorus 1

    I wanna play cricket on the green
    Ride my bike across the stream
    Cut myself and see my blood
    I wanna come home all covered in mud

    Chorus 2
    I’m a boy, I’m a boy
    But my ma won’t admit it
    I’m a boy, I’m a boy, I’m a boy
    I’m a boy, I’m a boy, I’m a boy, I’m a boy
    I’m a boy, I’m a boy, I’m__ a__ boy__

  10. Hmmmm…. Do we file this under “Blasphemy!” or under “You don’t say?”

    ‘A marriage between two guys is different than what I imagine a marriage between a man and a woman [to be],’ he said.

  11. Well no wonder they’re fighting all the time. Mr. Voronov appears to be carrying on a very public affair with the late Wallis Simpson.

  12. Heh, good example of stinks on ice Pablo.

  13. One question: Why does Elijah Cummings wish to use the IRS as the rope with which to lynch his political opponents?

  14. Because he can. But he certainly doesn’t want anyone scrutinizing it.

  15. The political left has long trumpeted its close adherence to and dependence on History — its right sidedness and its wrong sidedness (in fact, the political left’s little unclothed Emperor was citing this obeisance just a day ago). What a wonder when such as Elijah Cummings fails to reflect on the fate of lynch-parties in the judgment of History, then.

  16. Greetings:

    I think that all your analyses stem from deep-seated anger issues and a failure to see how this young girl/boy/whatever is leading a, granted yet to to stated and clarified, challenge to our out-dated social morés.

    I mean think about it, why should only the sexual dysfunctionals have the opportunity to see what’s going on with their desireables in those other gender-specified spaces. What I see prompting this girl/boy/whatever’s behavior and emotional confusion is the oppression foisted on our young person(ettes)s confronted with those challenges and restrictions on an almost daily or more basis.

    It’s time for our society to wake up and end these callous and dangerous (mis)classifications. One bathroom, one shower-room is the one right way. Come on in, the water’s fine and if it isn’t, like hanging, you’ll get used to it if you hang long enough.

  17. History is written by the victors, sdferr — which Cummings and the Left have made synonymous with victims. So whether one lynches or is lynched, everybody wins. And loses, which is also winning, so everybody still wins.

    Or something like that.

  18. Heh, funny thing . . . for some reason I don’t regard that Thucydides guy as a victor, exactly, at least not in his capacity as an Athenian citizen. As a historian, maybe I’d think otherwise though.

  19. It’s hard to know whether one intends History with a capital H when the word begins a sentence, on account of our convention of beginning our sentences with capitalized lettters, as distinguished from history with the miniscule h. The political left didn’t get to History without the use of the historians and their quarreling histories coming first (who, much to their unfortunate happenstance, were unaware of the existence of History, since they never gloried to live in the absolute moment of the discovery of History — which only came about as a result of their insufficient presence in the first place). But to be fair, it’s the captial H History to which the political left bows, and has been bowing, since that momentous absolute time. In this sense, I guess, we ought to say that History is written by the victor, though the victor can only be one, the absolute being of the sort that it is, one, and alone.

  20. History (the method and the discipline, not the Hegelian World-Spirit type) is itself a political act.

    Ironically, one that’s intended to liberate us from God, the gods, the fates, the furies,

    and even Hegel and Hegel’s heretic’s Marx, Engels, Lenin, etc. etc. etc.

  21. Please pardon the apostrophe in heretics. I don’t know how the comma that was supposed to go after heretics ended up on top.

  22. And of course that’s not how Thucydides would have understood his “inquiry.”

  23. If history is everywhere and always a political act (a hypothesis I happen to like a good deal), then is history a kind of poetic thing, a story-telling aimed at helping us fix what’s what in the world?

  24. I think it was intended more as a we can now do whatever the hell we want because we’ve established that the past is in the past.

    Or maybe that’s just what it’s become.

    Fasolt’s primary concern is with the shaky epistemological foundations of the discipline i.e. the end product of research is information about the past that is true, factive and actionable. But if that’s the case, then why do we keep revisiting it instead of just acting on what we’ve already established as true and factive?

    Because FESTIVUS! or some such.

  25. we can now do whatever the hell we want

    When on earth has this proposition ever lacked for proponents, or for that matter, whatever ad hoc justifications may be expedient? I mean, are we to take seriously an intention to keep on keeping on with what has always been done as though some spurious and uniquely new concern with truth is involved? ha. it is to laugh.

  26. The “do whatever the hell we want” camp used to also say “bugger history” or some such, because the past was nothing but what pinch-faced old men cared about and worshipped because they disapproved of the present all these noisy, messy kids were using to make their noisy messes.

    Now they’ve decided they can win over the pinch-faced old men by shouting “History!” and claiming the other noisy, messy kids are noisier and messier and will take away their Social Security and Medicare.

  27. John Kerry is a human silverfish.

  28. I’m waiting for Putin to say publicly “Oh fuck off you silly little idiot. Go hide your wife’s yacht from the tax man and stroke your lucky hat. I’m building a hegemony and you tell me that it’s out of fashion. Get serious Herbert. “

  29. On the sportingnews front: Ukraine 2 – USA – 0.

  30. Oh, and Halak! So low, so very very low.

  31. Best. Supreme Court. Brief. Ever., says Steven Hayward about a P.J. O’Rourke collaboration in an amicus to Susan B. Anthony List v. Driehaus. Could be worth the read.

  32. Must be someone other than Kerry at the Department today.

    President Putin’s Fiction: 10 False Claims about Ukraine

  33. >Must be someone other than Kerry at the Department today <

    nah cya

  34. From sdferr’s link:

    Driehaus voted for Obamacare, which the Susan B. Anthony List said was the equivalent of voting for taxpayer- funded abortion. Amici are unsure how true the allegation is given that the healthcare law seems to change daily, but it certainly isn’t as truthy as calling a mandate a tax.


    I’d give sdferr’s recommendation a hearty harrumph!