prof. Hamilton. www.facebook.com/DohvahkiinFTW.. The best part is that fact he used it in the right way. Just professor
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#4 - monkeybrains
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(01/15/2013) [-]
The best part is that fact he used it in the right way.
The best part is that fact he used it in the right way.
#11 to #4 - hillbillypowpow ONLINE
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and that the student didn't
#21 to #4 - xtrmbragnrytz
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To be fair, it wasn't a specific meme he was using... it was a rainbow background with the student's face, i don't recall that being a meme
#23 to #21 - monkeybrains
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Advice dog is the format he used.
#24 to #23 - xtrmbragnrytz
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I wouldn't quite say that's the right use then, Bad luck brian might have been more appropriate
#50 to #24 - ctrlfreak
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no
no
#80 to #24 - carlsagouin
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Except that Bad Luck Brian is an awful forced meme, a typical 9gag huehue one.
#5 - Nightelfbane
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And then he gets fired and his license taken away for revealing a student's grades
#40 to #5 - daniboi
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In Sweden your test grades are not confidential, so any1 could go to my school and get my degrees, just like that.
#62 to #40 - anon
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degrees?

You mean like take your temperature ?
#63 to #62 - daniboi
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Ohh god... Grades... The Swedish words for those makes them easy to mix up, and I was tired.
#57 to #5 - jamiemsm
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i cant see his grades :S
#59 to #5 - CrashingSea
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He didn't reveal any grades, he just said failed the midterm and final, both of which probably haven't even been taken yet.
#74 to #5 - Schwarzenegger
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He didn't announce his "grades" per say, he just said that he failed.
#17 to #5 - anon
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They used to post everyones grades on the door. I think it might be alright
#22 to #5 - anon
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Geez, guess kids are now pussies that cannot even know each other how much they suck at studying.
#96 to #5 - Fgner ONLINE
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A lot of variables. In fact, most likely not. Most colleges will absolve a students privacy through some forms int he application process. This way their faculty can talk about pretty much whatever they want, including grades. My high school even posted grades on public boards using out student IDs, which everyone knew each others. And they are bound by the educational laws unconditionally. Furthermore, he didn't post anything about his grades, he didn't reveal ****. The general term "failed" his exams is not indicative of an actual grade, and I'm pretty sure the kid isn't so stupid as to get a <60%. And even furthermore, who said he even took those two exams yet? For all we know he could be talking about the future based on the kid being a stupid jackass?

Too many variables to be sure here.
#7 to #5 - Brass
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College is not high school. Professors can pretty much do whatever they want, especially if they are tenured.
#34 to #32 - anon
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That don't mean **** if it's a private institution
#35 to #34 - swittig
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Yes it does...
#37 to #35 - turboderp
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If a teacher's good, and the school can't find another teacher on the subject, he does pretty much as he pleases. A teacher of mine told me about when he was to college, his teacher would each time pik the ones he knew didn't know the answer and didn't do their homework at all times, and he would drill the real hard. One of the students complained to the principal, (this was a girl, the teacher had said she was dumb because she was a girl, and she would do bad in this subject, it was a male dominant class). THe principal said she had to deal with it or quit, they couldn't find a new teacher.
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#97 to #78 - turboderp
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FYI, she continued, and she did pretty well.. My point is, a good teacher in a subject where it's hard to find teachers wont get fired for being sharp in the mouth. If he give her bad grades only becasue she's a girl, or something like that, yeah then he have problems. Also, remember this is 40 50~ years ago..

But I know it's like this today aswell. It's really hard to find teachers at all, and for some special subjects it's even harder. The school can't afford cutting an entire class just becasue one student have a hard time.
#70 to #35 - masterfluffydubs
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It really doesn't
#41 to #32 - lordaurion
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You sign a piece of paper saying they can talk to others about your grades. That act doesn't mean ****.
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#20 to #8 - myrtille ONLINE
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A teacher at my school got fired for saying aloud that a girl failed. She recorded it and demanded he get fired.
#9 to #8 - lexarcommander
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My chem teacher in high school always showed the entire class everyones grade... Im not entirely sure why.
#10 to #9 - awesomenessdefined
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The shame of people knowing you're retarded pushes you forward.
#2 - acemrhawk ONLINE
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#36 to #2 - AnonsForSure
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#6 - jaerbuen
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Excellent.
Excellent.
#68 - odio
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hahahuha they use the memes XDddD rofl
#19 - myrtille ONLINE
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Isn't it illegal to announce a student's grade?
#29 to #19 - anon
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Yes it is, based on FERPA laws. However, when you enroll at a university or sign your beginning of the year papers at most schools, you absolve them of this responsibility, as a precautionary measure for their faculty. It just essentially makes it so the teachers can freely talk about grades without fearing legal consequence. Many schools will post grades with the student ID number instead of the name, in order to keep some confidentiality. However, this is not necessary if the school has these conditions. Most of them, however, do forbid displays in this manner. They are allowed to speak about grades, but they cannot do things like this. That all depends on the university or college though.
This is, of course, all based on United States Law, as that is where I am studying educational law. I only know the basics of some other countries laws, but much of Europe seems to have similar laws.
#98 to #29 - myrtille ONLINE
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There was a teacher at my old high school that was fired for saying aloud that a student failed. She recorded it and the principal fired him.
I think it was also because that teacher was sort of a bully. He would call students names, specifically dumbass, so he was kind of already on the edge.
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#72 to #25 - alphajunk
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You sir are ******* smart
You sir are ******* smart
#33 to #25 - mastercolossus
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"F"ailed.
#56 to #33 - arstya
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According to most teachers a D is a fail. Which is odd...
#18 - rbrim
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Question is, though. Did Mr. Miller purposely fail him because he put a scumbag hat on him? Or did he fail because he's stupid? If it's the former, then couldn't that professor be fired?
#27 to #18 - ronyx ONLINE
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You would need to get the Dean involved and either you can show proof of all the work you have done and the teacher can show your tests to see if you legitimately failed the test. Or the Dean can just side with the teacher and tell you to **** off.
#52 - butterisgood
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#43 - wooyoungkim ONLINE
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I doubt he actually failed him. Isn't it possible he was making a joke as well?
#60 to #43 - UA partay
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He probably failed the midterm and final on his own merit.
#48 to #43 - fecal
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He probably was, it is nowhere implied that he actually failed him. I don't think thats even allowed
#39 - phanact
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