african hand ball. not the funniest, but hey. i felt like posting it.. They're white because it's an alternate universe.


What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
#8 - chazzymcchaz (04/30/2013) [-]
They're white because it's an alternate universe.
They're white because it's an alternate universe.
#66 to #8 - anon (05/01/2013) [-]
And the teachers are black.

User avatar #68 to #8 - gare (05/01/2013) [-]
but wouldn't that mean that they are rich and the black people are poor
User avatar #10 to #8 - allennis (04/30/2013) [-]
Oh my god that ******* gif ahahaha
User avatar #22 to #8 - semenslurpinglily (04/30/2013) [-]
That makes perfect sense.
Lovely gif BTW.
#9 to #8 - urbemarmis (04/30/2013) [-]
wow....i did not think of it that have this
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User avatar #48 to #8 - sweateagle (05/01/2013) [-]
where are these coming from...
#40 to #8 - redtooth ONLINE (05/01/2013) [-]
no no no not this gif again I was just about to go to sleep
no no no not this gif again I was just about to go to sleep
#70 to #40 - anon (05/01/2013) [-]
They can hear, and see what you're visually thinking. This is the absolute complete truth!!!!!

Asians hide their mind reading abilities by a lot of them having completely expressionless faces so they don't accidentally show facial expressions when people think things they don't like, find funny, astonishing, etc, and Asians segregate so their not nearly as susceptible to that happening.
Asians also segregate, and are untalkative to avoid accidentally saying things that are similar to what people are thinking and going to say.

Try thinking, and visually picturing things that are as wild as you can when you are around Asians, and look for Asians who give people dirty/particular looks for what appears to be for completely no reason.

#50 - linktheherooftime (05/01/2013) [-]
Teachers in the part of the country where I live only make 35k a year. I think they could use a bit more money.
#54 to #50 - sirbutterballs (05/01/2013) [-]
The teaching system in general needs better funding.
#82 to #54 - jaketasticness (05/01/2013) [-]
Maybe we should just have a huge teacher bake-sale day or something.
User avatar #2 - twi (04/30/2013) [-]
dem butts
User avatar #62 to #2 - Hiago (05/01/2013) [-]
Your picture just goes well with pretty much anything you comment, doesn't it?
#42 to #2 - atma ONLINE (05/01/2013) [-]
do you ever stop thinking about them
#1 - anon (04/30/2013) [-]
And they're fat as **** .

It makes an interesting point, but was poorly implemented.
User avatar #5 to #1 - Crusader (04/30/2013) [-]
This is an alternate universe.
Who is to say that those things would have the same effect as they do in ours.
Made being fat is good for sports in their universe.
User avatar #28 to #5 - viatio (04/30/2013) [-]
Technically, the multiverse theory suggests that parallel universes would operate under the same laws of physics as ours. I can't see how being fat would give you an edge in basketball.
User avatar #29 to #28 - Crusader (04/30/2013) [-]
Different rules, it is now a full contact sport.
Considering there is no defined set of rules for the multiverse theory except an infinite number of universes where anything or everything could be different, then physics could be different, or the same, theoretically, there could be a universe exactly the same, but with magic, meaning that physics would be different.
User avatar #31 to #29 - viatio (04/30/2013) [-]
No, magic goes against the laws of physics. Your "full contact sport" theory is plausible, and alternative rules that would make being fat an advantage is something I considered, but it's pushing it to say the least.
#59 to #31 - anon (05/01/2013) [-]
Not necessarily. The multiverse theory also includes the very beginning of said universe, and since physical laws didn't come into existence until after the big bang, there's a possibility that different physical laws came into play.
User avatar #95 to #59 - viatio (05/01/2013) [-]
"Magic" isn't in the realm of possibilities in the multiverse theory, end of discussion. Physics would be the same, or at least similar, as/to ours.
User avatar #64 - makedonski (05/01/2013) [-]
Professional athletes only make money because their fans allow it; if nobody bought jerseys or went to games, they wouldn't be making the millions everybody is complaining about.

Also, I think teachers should be making way more than they do- assuming the quality of the education they provide is superb.
#71 to #64 - urbemarmis (05/01/2013) [-]
its a joke man...
#25 - byposted (04/30/2013) [-]
I live near a school district which is possibly the highest paying one in the country, although definitely one of them. The pay is on par with what a professor can expect at a university, and yet, this year, the teachers planned to strike for more benefits (which was averted since the district caved into their demands).

>teachers unions
>not even once
User avatar #26 to #25 - superbigfupa (04/30/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure this is a parallel universe thing
User avatar #27 to #26 - byposted (04/30/2013) [-]
The picture implies that the basketball player, thus, in our universe, would be riding in the limo while the teacher, "can barely pay rent."
#85 to #25 - thempc (05/01/2013) [-]
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where the **** do YOU live?
User avatar #30 to #25 - yusay (04/30/2013) [-]
Here most teachers have two jobs so they can afford to pay their mortgages.
#35 to #30 - vparrish (05/01/2013) [-]
Don't know about there, but here in Charlotte NC teachers start at a little over 30,000. That's more than enough to pay rent.
User avatar #32 to #30 - byposted (04/30/2013) [-]
Where is, "here?"
User avatar #33 to #32 - yusay (04/30/2013) [-]
Southern Florida. Sixth best state in the country in terms of education.
User avatar #34 to #33 - yusay (04/30/2013) [-]
But we do spend some of the least in the country on education and pay the teachers piss poor wages.
User avatar #41 to #34 - byposted (05/01/2013) [-]

As part of a controversial teacher merit-pay law adopted by the Florida Legislature last year, half of a teacher’s evaluation is now based on student test score data, and the other half on a new, more detailed method of observing teachers in action.

The law took effect last July, which means the new assessment system was put to use during the 2011-12 school year. It requires that test-score information be used to help judge teacher quality and eventually help determine pay.

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan has also repeated his support for merit pay, noting that educators should have starting salaries of $60,000 and the opportunity to earn up to $150,000 annually based on performance.

It seems that by doing this Florida is starting to disregard what makes their educational system work. By paying teachers based on grades, you do not inspire learning. The teachers, motivated by pay, will make things easy for the students with multiple choice exams, for example. On standardized tests, such a method of teaching will not fare well (which would, in the long term, result in a deduction of said standards while in the short term it would deduct Florida's ranking on the achievement list).

I had an English teacher in 8th grade who was strict. Many of my companions got mediocre grades, but I, an A, by actually doing the course work. If she were to have headed an easy class, I would have simply not learned like was the case in many other subjects.

The above shows that the evaluation process puts this 50% of the pay on the standardized state test via all subjects. So, a biology teacher is paid his individual 50% allotment through what the teacher's students' grade median is in all of their classes.
#47 to #41 - yusay (05/01/2013) [-]
I've been seeing all this recently, although I find it very odd that they're going by FCAT scores when there's only one FCAT for high schoolers now, and you only take it in your first two years. No idea about Elementary and Middle.
I've been seeing all this recently, although I find it very odd that they're going by FCAT scores when there's only one FCAT for high schoolers now, and you only take it in your first two years. No idea about Elementary and Middle.
User avatar #86 to #47 - thempc (05/01/2013) [-]
you have good points but your gray text is really ******* annoying to read
User avatar #88 to #86 - yusay (05/01/2013) [-]
I know.
User avatar #44 to #41 - byposted (05/01/2013) [-]
*So, a biology teacher is paid his individual 50% allotment through what the teacher's students' FCAT median score is between all of their assessments.
User avatar #43 to #41 - byposted (05/01/2013) [-]
Of course, the allotment is an addition to the starting salary but we are seeing how the teachers are acting with the opportunity, suing over that Standardized Test score clause.
User avatar #36 to #34 - senorfrog (05/01/2013) [-]
In North Texas even college professors have to have 2 jobs.
User avatar #37 to #36 - yusay (05/01/2013) [-]
User avatar #39 to #37 - senorfrog (05/01/2013) [-]
Companies should sponser schools and treat teaching like sports, the different classes compete around the countries in tournaments and whoever wins gets scholarships and lots of money for the school.
#60 - wbrehmer (05/01/2013) [-]
(repost picture on Facebook. wait 2 hours for someone to comment, then like the comment, take a screen shot of your own Facebook post. Then post it on Fj)   
(repost picture on Facebook. wait 2 hours for someone to comment, then like the comment, take a screen shot of your own Facebook post. Then post it on Fj)
User avatar #61 - vanoreo (05/01/2013) [-]
In the universe where **** makes sense.
User avatar #80 - philliyoMLB (05/01/2013) [-]
I'm sorry but **** teachers, don't get me wrong, I'm not idiot who dropped out of high school and I put all my blame on them. But they get the whole summer vacation off and then the weekends during the winter with plenty of breaks throughout the year. They also find a way to get out of working while getting paid by using a loophole. If they want to get paid more, the union needs to lay off and stop being power hungry.
User avatar #83 to #80 - migzdgreat (05/01/2013) [-]
I don't know about your country but in mine, during summer they still have work. I go do summer workshops at my school and you can just run into your homeroom teacher everyday.
User avatar #87 to #83 - philliyoMLB (05/01/2013) [-]
See a few amount of teachers do it in the U.S. but they aren't paid by the districts, and those kind of teachers I do respect.
User avatar #89 to #87 - migzdgreat (05/01/2013) [-]
I actually have a teacher who is rich, he studied nursing before going into education and now he's studying again. He was a graduate from the school I'm going to so he was a pretty great teacher, we watched spongebob with him once when we were studying the Kingdoms of living organisms.
User avatar #90 to #89 - philliyoMLB (05/01/2013) [-]
Well then you found yourself a good teacher who deserves to be paid more, but he does not get enough respect because of other teachers that are terrible ones, and the union has government by the balls.
User avatar #91 to #90 - migzdgreat (05/01/2013) [-]
I study at a Catholic Private school so no Government ties.

INB4 Oooooohhhhh, private catholic school boy.

It's the Philippines, Private schools are as expensive as pre-built gaming PCs.
User avatar #92 to #91 - philliyoMLB (05/01/2013) [-]
I don't know **** about PCs so I don't understand haha, but I go to a public school, it's actual #1 in Kansas and 64 in the nation, but even here I still see crap teachers. And ones taking advantage.
User avatar #93 to #92 - migzdgreat (05/01/2013) [-]
I think our Private schools here are as good as American Public Schools, our Public education is **** . One classroom that can handle 30-40 students hold a whopping a more or less 120 students, I highly doubt that the success rate of the students there are above 25%, the funny thing about the government is we can fund the soldiers and the super highways but we can never have enough money to fund a proper education system.
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#7 - bretta (04/30/2013) [-]
I get the point, but basketball, and all pro athletes have skills that only a handful of people in the world have, whereas most could get grants go to school and get a teaching degree, I hate when people say athletes make to much, for all the money they make, the owners still make more.
User avatar #17 to #7 - spritedrake (04/30/2013) [-]
*Too. You probably need more education as well...
User avatar #19 to #7 - sketchE (04/30/2013) [-]
the main issue with people saying athletes make too much is that they usually willingly increase what they can get paid. merchandise and tickets give the team ******** of money. would you rather the owners sit with it all or give it to the players who are earning them that money
User avatar #11 to #7 - spearpwi (04/30/2013) [-]
A good teacher is about more than just a simple degree, just like being a good sportsman is about more than just exercising regularly.
User avatar #13 to #11 - onceman (04/30/2013) [-]
But there are a lot of bad teachers.
User avatar #14 to #13 - spearpwi (04/30/2013) [-]
And there are a lot of bad sportsmen.
User avatar #15 to #14 - onceman (04/30/2013) [-]
In comparison, but they would absolutely school most semi-pros, while there are plenty of non teachers that would make better teachers than some people who have teaching as an occupation.
User avatar #46 to #15 - asschwitz (05/01/2013) [-]
Because no one is motivated to become a teacher, why do that, and make a piss-poor salary when there is a thousand other jobs you could do out there and make more more money?
User avatar #96 to #46 - spearpwi (05/01/2013) [-]
I am motivated to become a teacher though. It may not be lucrative but it is still a very rewarding life style, provided you can handle a lot of stress.
User avatar #97 to #96 - asschwitz (05/01/2013) [-]
Well, I shouldn't say no one is motivated, I should say many people are discouraged by the pay rates.
#4 - anon (04/30/2013) [-]
The teacher's probably black.
#94 - allinall (05/01/2013) [-]
My mom is a teacher, and while I agree that they should get paid less because of all of their vacation time, I also believe that they should still get paid more than what they are being paid. Because contrary to popular belief, teachers do a lot more than you think they do. (this is not true for all teachers.....)
User avatar #57 - Dap (05/01/2013) [-]
Took me three looks to realize it said "in another universe"
User avatar #53 - falconxmard (05/01/2013) [-]
**falconxmard rolled a random comment #4255331 posted by chaosascendingx at My Little Pony fanfiction, backgrounds, songs, lyrics, and GIFs. ** :
well it is essentially speed
User avatar #52 - deathcampforjewtie (05/01/2013) [-]
Well, I stopped myself before I literally started a ********* about teaching salaries, and I think I just had an epiphany that my immediate reaction to most situations is to support the unpopular opinion.....thank you funnyjunk, for sharing this life moment with me.
#63 - welcometoatl (05/01/2013) [-]
This might get a lot of negative feedback. but I actually disagree with this post and this whole argument in general. Someone on Facebook posted that it's a shame that professional athletes get paid way more than people in the military. (She posted this because her boyfriend is a marine)

Anyways. I feel that there is nothing wrong if they get paid more than school teachers, police officers, doctors, etc. They get paid that much because they worked their ass off to become extremely talented and physically superb in their field. I would love to meet an NFL player who has ever slacked off and managed to maintain a successful career. However, I know plenty of teachers who do. And frankly, a professional athlete would have to have always trained extremely hard day in and day out, since they were probably in their teens all the way to the point where they finish their career, where a teacher mostly goes to school for 4-5 years, graduates and gets a job.

TL:DR There is nothing wrong with athletes getting paid more than teachers.
#72 to #63 - urbemarmis (05/01/2013) [-]
although i see your point, it is more about whose more important. i can live without sports. i dont need them in my life to survive in this modern world. that being said i do need an education. teachers should always be in high demand with a high salary, but they arent
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User avatar #76 - Katzie (05/01/2013) [-]
Athletes are paid a lot because of the large group of people they entertain or affect, and they willingly give up their money to support them.
A teacher's salary is completely unrelated, although I do think their pay should be more subjective to the quality of their teaching.
#81 to #76 - anon (05/01/2013) [-]
There is a lot of moons in your gif.
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#73 to #69 - clevernameguy (05/01/2013) [-]
A good teacher is about as rare as a good athlete. No, they aren't payed enough. My mom's a teacher, and when I hear about the **** she goes through each day I'm happy that she loves teaching more than anything, because otherwise, she'd be miserable.
#75 to #73 - urbemarmis (05/01/2013) [-]
especially being a substitute teacher. thats like being the door mat's door mat
User avatar #74 to #69 - srskate (05/01/2013) [-]
I agree with you but you are over generalizing. There are teachers who work damn hard for their students and know their **** . You also forget about the teachers who have a damn Ph.D and decide to teach to help the future.

An argument could also be made that teachers are far more important that N.B.A. players, and I'd support that argument.
#77 - jaketasticness (05/01/2013) [-]
I expected "African Hand Ball" to be the punchline.
Good job op
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