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Teacher' s conference...
Girls...
WHEN YOUR DAUGHTER WALKA
INTO ; I' LIKE AN ANGEL
ENTERED AND TURNED / tidy' .
RAINBOW .
PLEASE '/ e Eliis" jlouis
Eta Allt? WITH
Tueday TWO BAGS as RITALIN.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - anon id: 8cead7df
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I don't get why most teachers are women...
User avatar #142 to #4 - tehlulzbringer
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Because the potential of men shouldn't be wasted like that
#61 to #4 - mattcris
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Because most teachers ARE women. For example, in my personal experience, from preschool, all the way to where I am in college now, I've only had about 12 male teachers.
User avatar #140 to #4 - snoe
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women teachers are more adaptable to young kids than men. thats why most male teachers are found within colleges and such
User avatar #14 to #4 - Crusader
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The way I see it, there are 3 reasons

1 - Historically, it was the men working and the women raising the kids, so teachers would be women
2 - Most parents are more comfortable leaving their kids with a woman than a man
3 - Sort of going back to point #1, women generally are able to multitask better, so they are able to handle more things, and by things, I mean kids, hence why they are teaching actual classes, and most of the time the Phys Ed and shop teachers are mean where they have to look at the class as a whole single thing while handling a single question or so every so often.
#141 to #14 - anon id: 9fb5b889
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To back up your second point, my little brother had a male teacher in first or second grade and a bunch of the other kid's mom's freaked out and got him fired. From what I understand he was a great teacher and most of the kids liked him, but the parents didn't want their children to have a male teaching them.
#88 to #4 - iamthebestever
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its because way back in the American prairie days young women (18-25) were the schoolteachers because a) they had nothing to do at that age (unmarried, too young to work, no children of their own) and also at the time they accepted less pay. i suppose the precedence just stuck. once they 'graduated' they could teach others. at least thats what i've come to understand.
#7 to #4 - mortdenhaut
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Those who can't do, teach. So while men do the work women teach.
Those who can't do, teach. So while men do the work women teach.
#8 to #7 - anon id: f0b8c0ce
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Some people think that male teachers are more likely to molest children and don't want them teaching their children even though that is complete ********. Women get the teaching jobs more often than men to avoid people taking their children to a different school.
User avatar #5 to #4 - ningyoaijin
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It's more socially acceptable for a mother figure to be in charge of children than a father figure, because our society is full of pointless double standards.
User avatar #6 to #5 - ghostisaho
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it also makes my sexual teacher fantasies less awkward
User avatar #9 to #5 - jubnik
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but professors in universities and scientists are usually thought to be men
User avatar #11 to #9 - ningyoaijin
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Well, college students aren't children.
User avatar #12 to #11 - jubnik
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just sayin professors and scientists are usually paid better than school teachers
User avatar #15 to #12 - Crusader
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Because they are often doing research at the same time as teaching.
Most professors are constantly studying their field and working towards learning more about the world through their field, so a lot of their pay comes from their research.
User avatar #168 to #9 - IAmManbearpig
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well that's mostly because they have to be intelligent.
#165 to #5 - Visual
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Except that trend kinda disappears when going into college. To me it seems 50/50
Except that trend kinda disappears when going into college. To me it seems 50/50
User avatar #321 to #165 - ChewyConor
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No longer applies as at college you're not children anymore.
User avatar #193 to #165 - ningyoaijin
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At my University I know of two female lecturers. Everyone else is male. Then again I'm on a Physics course which tends to be more of a man's subject.
User avatar #97 to #5 - Mortuus
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I only had one female teacher throughout my 4 years of high school.
User avatar #40 to #5 - goobyman
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our school has 70% male teachers.
the female teachers are all worse than the male teachers.
#1 - biembobo
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ninja's > rainbows. gg.
User avatar #53 - tehweave
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Ahh ritalin. The drug you give to your kid when you can't be a parent.
User avatar #72 to #53 - theuglypanda
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Or your child legitimately has ADHD and the medicine helps them to noticeably focus and perform better in school.
Yeah
User avatar #79 to #72 - gmarrox
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I have legitimate ADHD and Ritalin just made me sick all the time, lethargic, suicidal, and gave me hallucinations. I only improved my grades because I thought my parents were trying to kill me with drugs unless I performed better. **** that ****.
User avatar #83 to #79 - theuglypanda
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Well I have ADHD as well, and the meds I'm taking really do help me. I'm not sure if ritalin is really all that different, but I take vyvanse, and the improvement I see in myself is really nice
User avatar #178 to #83 - doctrine
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I don't know why you're getting thumbed down because a type of medicine worked for you. I took some ADHD medication but it made me feel sick, doesn't mean it happens to everybody.
User avatar #75 to #72 - liquidz
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Too many misdiagnosis of that **** to just go on their word now
User avatar #66 to #53 - suikerpapa
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I take ritalin. Because I have ADHD, and it helps me concentrate, I am not hyperactive anymore. Haven't had an attack like that in over 8 years. So if you would kindly piss off together with your biased opinions.
#73 to #66 - ogomer
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This is the internet kid, never take anything seriously.
This is the internet kid, never take anything seriously.
User avatar #115 to #66 - chezburgadominator
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My brother took it when we were children, he was highly lethargic and just scared the **** out of me when I was little to be around. We could be happy n ****, the second he takes that, it's like someone sucked the life out of him and he didn't want anything more than to just sit down somewhere and sleep.
User avatar #319 to #115 - suikerpapa
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he probably took too much of it then. Happens sometimes, it turns some people into zombies.
User avatar #323 to #319 - chezburgadominator
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That's actually the phrase I remember calling him when we were little.. a zombie. It was just scary.
User avatar #324 to #323 - suikerpapa
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he definitely took the wrong dosage then.
User avatar #62 to #53 - semilunarknight
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While I agree for some cases, I'd also like to ask you to get shafted. No offence
User avatar #54 to #53 - somedumbcomics [OP]
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Yes, thank you!
User avatar #118 to #53 - JimiHendrix
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This is the first comment that made actually laugh out loud in a while. Perfect
User avatar #136 to #53 - liamdurf
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Happy to have parents that accepted my insanity. Probably because they are also insane.
#69 to #53 - twinnedorphan
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I took that **** for 2 years...
#81 - DrollHumor
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Spanking is bad, but drugging them into an obedient stupor is fine?
Spanking is bad, but drugging them into an obedient stupor is fine?
#137 to #81 - lamarisagoodname
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That's a very good point.
#144 to #81 - africanking
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welcome to America. this is how things are done here
#93 to #81 - largilloquent
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welcome to female logic friend, its a dark and scary road ahead, take this with you
#95 to #93 - DrollHumor
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I shall cherish Pikaman forever and ever. That adorable incorruptible bastard.
User avatar #98 to #95 - largilloquent
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treat him well sir. me and him go way back.
User avatar #103 to #98 - thecheater
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That moment when you realize DrollHumor is female.
User avatar #105 to #103 - largilloquent
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women can be sirs. ARandomSpoon
User avatar #173 to #105 - ARandomSpoon
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Why thanks :)
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#64 - HughHefner
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**** ever giving my kid ritalin or any of those medications, I used to get paranoid hallucenations at night from age 10 to 12 and never knew why until i found out chronic use of stimulants (Mine being 30mg Adderall XR at 90lbs, a LOT for a kid that size) can cause hallucenations and forms of psychosis. I remember staying up all night once watching these ghostly hands on the wall make all kinds of crazy gestures at me, it was terrifying. It bothers me a lot to see ADD/ADHD diagnoses and powerful amphetamine medications being given out to kids as a kneejerk reaction to a little unattentiveness at school. I didnt remember anything about those 2 years until recently taking mushrooms and it all came back, imagine being tweaked outta your head for 2 years.


TL;DR Dont drug your children, As much as they get you to think otherwise Doctors didnt know too much about the adverse side effects it causes in children until those kids grew up
#65 to #64 - anon id: 48b4837d
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That explains a lot of **** that's happened to be combine it with my sleep paralysis
(where my body goes to sleep but my eyes remain open and I can see but am unable to move)
That happens sometimes
I had one scary childhood....
User avatar #71 to #65 - HughHefner
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That only happened to me once, I just wouldnt sleep at all and be up for sometimes 3 consecutive days a week because of the Adderall, a kid that age's word holds no weight when they complain of not eating, sleeping, the school day litterally feeling like a week (severe time dilation) and losing the ability to hold a conversation because what does a little kid know about medicine, doctor knows best, right? I was always told "its just all in your head". Its kinda ****** up but im all fine now
#74 to #64 - swagbot
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Holy **** Bro!

Not good. dayum
User avatar #111 to #64 - thedarkestrogue
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oh god. I was 65 lbs on 25 mg back when I was a freshman in high school.
That stuff ****** me up. I couldnt eat, saw freaky **** and was so antisocial that I didn't have a single friend because of all the medication induced anxiety I had.
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User avatar #94 to #90 - HughHefner
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Ive been put on everything, Daytrana, Concerta, Vyvanse, Ritalin, Adderall and im sure some others ive forgotten. Hopefully none of this comes off as hurr durr I was a medical experiment im quirky, no, they really did have a "lets see what this dosage of this medication does" attitude about it, theres a good bit written about frivolious diagnoses/ misdiagnoses of ADD/ ADHD and liberal application of powerful stimulants to kids, its kinda sick
#92 to #64 - huntergriff
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They gave me about the same amount. made my ******* legs hurt like a bitch, like i felt like they were getting cut off or something. And don't even get me started on the ******* nightmares...this entire ******** ****** lasted from when i was like 6 until i was like 15...
User avatar #333 to #92 - huntergriff
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Also, that pic is relavent, it was like being in a ******* dead space game...
User avatar #70 to #64 - guiguito
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wait what?
i need to talk to my mom brb
#78 to #70 - swagbot
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don't back down.

(And, if they pressure you, there's an easy solution... just don't take the ****!)
User avatar #96 to #78 - guiguito
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kinda cornered them
aparently your mind don't make the walls move when it's dark, neither does it make them laugh at you.
#99 to #96 - swagbot
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FuuuuCK!

nice job! Chalk another one up for The Forces of Good this day! Huzzah!
User avatar #101 to #99 - guiguito
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am i missing the reference?
User avatar #182 - somedumbcomics [OP]
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Since there have been so many posts, as the author I felt compelled to explain why I wrote the comic.

As the father of a boy and a girl I have seen the different ways in which they behave and interact with their peers. Oh yeah, I also grew up a boy and saw how girls acted with each other. You don't need a degree in psychology to understand that boys and girls are different.

I am also not under the illusion that everyone acts the same way. So, please, no more "yeah, but, I was different." I get it...we're all human...everyone's different. I'm talking in generalities.

Back to the point, boys have been subjected to an overwhelming amount of pressure to not act like boys. They are disciplined, degraded and HEAVILY over-medicated. As the father of a lively, active, outgoing boy I am constantly afraid of the day that one of his teacher's is going to suggest that he might be ADHD. To be clear, he will never, EVER go on any kind of medication. I will even go to jail to prevent it, if it ever came to that. Fortunetly, I've never had to make that choice...yet.

The point is, teachers (mostly women...yeah, I said it) don't know how or want to deal with typically boy behaviour. Boys can be loud, rough, impulsive and prone to fighting. Unless someone is in serious danger, LET BOYS BE BOYS.

Are there boys with serious problems that require medication? You bet! But you are doing them no service by over-prescribing these mind-altering medications to boys who probably don't need them. You are depriving the ones who really need the help.

Will my dumb little comic stem the tide of over-prescribing? Probably not. But, I feel better having been able to rant. And really, isn't that what it's all about?

Hugs and kisses!
User avatar #245 to #182 - marinepenguin
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You are now my new favorite comic maker. You've earned yourself another subscriber.
#236 to #182 - disembodiedlord
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^We need more family men like you.
#130 - thisotherdude
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Or the ever so famous: "Your son was playing a game with his friends in which *insert any situation in which we used our imaginations when we were young to pretend we were fighting aliens or some **** like that,* you should take him to therapy"   
   
Modern day logic, if your child does anything that normal children do, assume the worst and look for the single easiest way to make it someone else's problem.
Or the ever so famous: "Your son was playing a game with his friends in which *insert any situation in which we used our imaginations when we were young to pretend we were fighting aliens or some **** like that,* you should take him to therapy"

Modern day logic, if your child does anything that normal children do, assume the worst and look for the single easiest way to make it someone else's problem.
User avatar #163 to #130 - crystalakekiler
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And that's how I went to therapy when I was 7. But I was drawing people getting killed.
#77 - swagbot
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We don't need no....
"ED-U-CA-TION".
We don't need no....
THOUGHT-CON-TROL.
No dark sarcasm - in the class-room.
TEACHERS LEAVE THOSE KIDS ALONE!!!
#86 - senorfrog
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**** teachers, my kindergarten teacher tried to put me on Ritalin saying I have ADHD but really I didn't want to listen to her crappy stories or stand in line like a slave to her.
#100 to #86 - anon id: 730936ba
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Teachers can medicate children in your country?
User avatar #89 to #86 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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Kritallin?
User avatar #67 - toxicrepulsion
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more like your son is failing and needs help that i am not going to do anything about - teacher
#82 to #67 - anon id: 756edf9b
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If he had potential for success, he wouldn't be failing. He's just a reatrd