Why Is The Line For Tater Tots Backed Up To The Parking Lot?

From my peeps at Fox News….

An elementary school cafeteria worker and playground monitor, who had an extensive career in the adult entertainment industry, is becoming a New Jersey school district’s legal nightmare.

Some parents in Vineland, N.J., as well as the board of education president, want Louisa C. Tuck fired, but district officials were advised by their lawyers and those from the New Jersey School Board Association they have no legal grounds to terminate the 32-year-old from her $5,772-a-year part-time job as an aide in the lunchroom and playground, The Daily Journal reported.

“We have no real legal stance or legal right to do anything for two reasons — one, it’s not illegal, and two, it’s not on school time,” Superintendent Charles Ottinger told the newspaper.

Really? People are angry about this? Now people have to worry that their outside-of-work-and-previous-to-work-non-illegal-activities will catch up with them?!

“Hey, Joe, we heard that you were a huge drug addict when you were a teenager. Even though you’re 35 years old and have got a college degree and cleaned up your life, we’re gonna have to let you go.”

I call shenangians. The one guy who was interviewed on the Fox 29 Ten O’ Clock News last night sounded like he was waiting to pick up his kids at 4:20 and not 3:00, if you catch my drift.

The chick’s obviously trying to better her life – although I’m certain she could make far more money in the previous trade she plied instead of working for any public school.

Man, calm down South Jersey. Yeah, like half the parents who are upset don’t work for “legitimiate” “tow truck” or “concrete” businesses.

At least she was on Jenny Jones….


I didn’t even have to use one beef stroganoff joke.

Be seeing you,

– AP

4 Comments so far

  1. frazgo on November 23rd, 2008 @ 10:45 pm

    lmao…now if she were a retired McMartin Preschool teacher it would have been another story.

  2. beset on November 26th, 2008 @ 2:42 pm

    All charged were dropped in the McMartin case. a lot of folks had their lives ruined over nothing. Conservatives should still be outraged by this abusive overreach by the state.

  3. Joe Smith (aaronproctor) on November 26th, 2008 @ 5:16 pm

    Oh yeah – now I remember that case.

    Kids being forced to eat poop sandwiches.

    Flying teachers.

    Kids getting "flushed down" toilets to a "secret underground prison".


    Oh yeah, and, I believe, the most (if not in the top 5) expensive court case in the US..which ended with a huge media cover-up due to the LA Times editor being married to one of the prosecutors and a Channel 7 dude married to one of the social worker chicks…and finding out that the allegations against McMartin were started by some alcoholic schizo lady.

    People’s lives were completely ruined for that.

    I agree, huge overreach by the State.

  4. frazgo on November 28th, 2008 @ 9:38 pm

    yes but the mcmcartin stigma remains to this day

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