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    Inside the oldest standing school in Arizona.

    tgsuttle, MarketingProfessor.com, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. CWA Union 46 months ago | reply

      Love the photo so much we used it in our blog! Check it out: www.loweringthebarforus.org/news/entry/discipline_and_punish
      Thanks!

    2. cogdogblog 46 months ago | reply

      Thanks for letting me know, good luck with the fight.

      Please note that use of creative commons photos on flickr asks/requests that you provide attribution to the original; at least a link on the image, if not adding a line of text credits, such as

      cc licensed flickr photo by cogdogblog: flickr.com/photos/cogdog/487367839/

      attribution is what makes the sharing goes round

    3. stevie.godson@yahoo.com 42 months ago | reply

      I love it, too. Just added it to my blog - www.wordnerds.co.za - on a post about a NY principal who sent out an e-mail to parents that was full of spelling and grammar errors.
      I posted it with the credit: Picture by Alan Levine (cogdogblog). Only NOW - an hour or so later - have I seen your suggested credit line (above)!
      Is the credit wording I've used okay, or would you prefer me to change it?

    4. cogdogblog 42 months ago | reply

      What you did is fine, thanks

    5. RumpledElf 26 months ago | reply

      Hi, I used this photo here: photographicdictionary.com/p/punishment

      Thanks for the CC license!

    6. catholic raised 20 months ago | reply

      I had a math teacher that used to read us the readers digest during class, but don't tell the principle and then she smacked me in the back for not knowing a math answer. Also a male science teacher who used to make ill behaved boys stand in the corner holding dictionary straight out on both hands during entire class.

    7. cold hard trurh 20 months ago | reply

      The Superintendent of our high school hated my father and always picked on us kids there were 6 of us, but I was the rebel and would not take his shit. One day I was sent to his office for talking in English class and he came out of the teacher's smoking room and started to give me hell all of a sudden he hit me in the ribs and knocked me against the wall, I bounced back and grabbed his tie and told him " you fat son of a bitch I'll kill you" At this point two teachers, The English teacher and the football coach grabbed me and each held an arm while the Super beat the living hell out of me, he cracked 2 ribs and broke my nose. There was blood allover the place he then took me home ( we lived right next door to the school) and started hollering at my ma and calling her names at which point I grabbed a kitchen knife and tried to catch him as he ran away and back to the school. That was my mistake because then, If we did not drop the charges against him they would prosecute me for attempted murder.

    8. bureauwm 20 months ago | reply

      I had 2 7th grade health science teachers that drank their own urine in front of the class, just to prove that you could in case you were stranded in the forest! Talk about horrifying!

    9. cogdogblog 20 months ago | reply

      y'all need to go back to school and have a better experience. Yes, you, I am talking to you.

      BTW last time I went back, the dunce cap was gone.

    10. larrykathy12 20 months ago | reply

      Ms. Cox (67 yrs. old) my 7th grade algebra teacher (1964)took the cranck out of the window (no air conditioning in Olsen Jr. High, Florida)and hit Greg in the head causing blood to gush down his face. Mrs. Kimbler in science class would shock us all in her presentation showing how electricity worked.

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