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Old 12-08-2011, 07:52 AM  
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Another hot teacher caught having sex with student

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​A 28-year-old Lake Charles-area woman faces a bevy of charges after Louisiana police said she repeatedly had sex with a 13-year-old boy who she met at the Bible camp where she was a teacher/aide.

According to the Sulphur Daily News, Heather Daughdrill initiated the relationship in June and it continued until a complaint was filed in October. After her arrest on November 29, police told the paper that Daughdrill would pick her victim up from school without his parents' knowledge and subject him to sexual encounters. Louisiana cops also reportedly found sexually explicit texts between Daughdrill and her victim.


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Old 05-14-2015, 04:38 PM   #751
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Had aa student teacher in HS for choir (yes, I am/was a badass singer), who was Mrs kansas runner up. So she was about a 7. But I don't think any of us had the guts to even try.
I'm not really sure if she would've been all that hip on your sleeveless denim shirt you were rocking at the time.
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Old 05-14-2015, 04:39 PM   #752
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For all the bitching about supposedly underqualified applicants that get into colleges, nothing is more maddening to me than women who work for two or three years after going to college, then become stay-at-home moms.
That seems a little weird. You think that mothers should not be college-educated?
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Old 05-14-2015, 04:56 PM   #753
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That seems a little weird. You think that mothers should not be college-educated?
. Yup, that's it.

Actually, I think that if you're not willing to actually put your college education to use, don't take the spot of someone who will.
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Old 05-14-2015, 04:59 PM   #754
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. Yup, that's it.

Actually, I think that if you're not willing to actually put your college education to use, don't take the spot of someone who will.
Well, maybe the education is there whether or not it's being used at the time? Surely some of these women re-enter the workforce after their kids are in school.

Hell, I don't "use" my college education in my profession. In your eyes, I shouldn't have gone to college?

Sorry, that just seems a little weird to me.
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Old 05-14-2015, 05:03 PM   #755
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For all the bitching about supposedly underqualified applicants that get into colleges, nothing is more maddening to me than women who work for two or three years after going to college, then become stay-at-home moms.

Not maddening to me. Helps them save up for the necessities of they are just waiting on having a baby. Their life
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Old 05-14-2015, 05:04 PM   #756
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Well, maybe the education is there whether or not it's being used at the time? Surely some of these women re-enter the workforce after their kids are in school.

Hell, I don't "use" my college education in my profession. In your eyes, I shouldn't have gone to college?

Sorry, that just seems a little weird to me.
That's not what I said at all. I'll be willing to bet that the skills you gained at college helped you transition into your current career, though.

If your ultimate goal is to stay at home for the next 20 years after having your first kid, you aren't utilizing those skills; you're using college to marry up via a bait and switch technique, and you're taking the spot of someone else who actually intends to use the things you learn at college.

That's quite a bit different than staying at home until the kids are toddlers, then rejoining the workforce.
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Old 05-14-2015, 05:07 PM   #757
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That's not what I said at all. I'll be willing to bet that the skills you gained at college helped you transition into your current career, though.
No, they really didn't.

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If your ultimate goal is to stay at home for the next 20 years after having your first kid, you aren't utilizing those skills; you're using college to marry up via a bait and switch technique, and you're taking the spot of someone else who actually intends to use the things you learn at college.

That's quite a bit different than staying at home until the kids are toddlers, then rejoining the workforce.
Bait and switch? Really?

I can sense that you're a bit jaded on this matter, but surely some of these women just meet someone that changes their plans, right?
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Old 05-14-2015, 05:17 PM   #758
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There's no expiration date for a college degree.

If a woman decides to stay at home, good thing to have in your back pocket down the road.
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Old 05-14-2015, 05:23 PM   #759
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That's not what I said at all. I'll be willing to bet that the skills you gained at college helped you transition into your current career, though.

If your ultimate goal is to stay at home for the next 20 years after having your first kid, you aren't utilizing those skills; you're using college to marry up via a bait and switch technique, and you're taking the spot of someone else who actually intends to use the things you learn at college.

That's quite a bit different than staying at home until the kids are toddlers, then rejoining the workforce.
I have plenty of my classmates who earned expensive advanced degrees only to get knocked up shortly after graduation and have spent the past years not working. One of my other friends, who's a girl, doesn't understand why you would do all this work to get a Master's degree, spend all this money and then just get knocked up and stay home. Seems odd to me as well.
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Old 05-14-2015, 05:25 PM   #760
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No, they really didn't.



Bait and switch? Really?

I can sense that you're a bit jaded on this matter, but surely some of these women just meet someone that changes their plans, right?
The critical thinking skills your gained/honed in college were of no use in your career, I'm sure.

You should stop projecting what you want to be beneficial for your argument and actually focus on the issue at hand.

You can certainly meet someone that changes your plans, but that's entirely different than, "I plan to work until I have my first kid, then stop and stay at home."

The people that were brought up aren't changing their plans; they're acting them out. You've got it completely wrong.
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There's no expiration date for a college degree.

If a woman decides to stay at home, good thing to have in your back pocket down the road.
There actually is an expiration date. Once you've been out of the workforce for twenty years, that degree is going to be viewed entirely differently than if you are straight out of school. Much of what they will have learned will be obsolete.

Imagine if you got a degree in Computer Science in 1994, left the workforce in 1995 after you got pregnant, had two kids, and just sent the second one off to college.

How relevant are those skills now?
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The critical thinking skills your gained/honed in college were of no use in your career, I'm sure.

You should stop projecting what you want to be beneficial for your argument and actually focus on the issue at hand.

You can certainly meet someone that changes your plans, but that's entirely different than, "I plan to work until I have my first kid, then stop and stay at home."

The people that were brought up aren't changing their plans; they're acting them out. You've got it completely wrong.
I can honestly say that is the case, Hamas. My skills were just fine before I went to KU. I certainly gained knowledge while there, but it isn't used in my career.

I really don't have an argument, other than to apparently counter yours. You seem to believe that there should be a "use it or don't come" requirement for college students. I just don't see what you have against someone getting an education, whether they use it directly in their chosen profession or as a parent. I don't see the difference.
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There actually is an expiration date. Once you've been out of the workforce for twenty years, that degree is going to be viewed entirely differently than if you are straight out of school. Much of what they will have learned will be obsolete.

Imagine if you got a degree in Computer Science in 1994, left the workforce in 1995 after you got pregnant, had two kids, and just sent the second one off to college.

How relevant are those skills now?
Okay, that makes sense. But I would say that is a very specific case and not applicable to say a BA in Philosophy or History.
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I can honestly say that is the case, Hamas. My skills were just fine before I went to KU. I certainly gained knowledge while there, but it isn't used in my career.

I really don't have an argument, other than to apparently counter yours. You seem to believe that there should be a "use it or don't come" requirement for college students. I just don't see what you have against someone getting an education, whether they use it directly in their chosen profession or as a parent. I don't see the difference.
Well of course you wouldn't learn anything at KU.

You can learn for the sake of learning on your own. You can also do it at colleges with open admissions. But if you're going to a semi-competitive school with limited spots and your full intention is to work in that field for as long as it takes you to get impregnated, you're not really intending to use your degree as anything more than a rung on the social ladder, or a quasi-dowry.

Those seeking out Mrs degrees also **** over other young women, because there is an implicit assumption of risk among their employers that they made need to train a replacement within two years because they never really had any intention of pursing a career, just a placeholder job. That makes the women who actually want to put in the work appear less valuable to prospective employers.
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Well of course you wouldn't learn anything at KU.
Let's just say that I was motivationally-challenged in high school.

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You can learn for the sake of learning on your own. You can also do it at colleges with open admissions. But if you're going to a semi-competitive school with limited spots and your full intention is to work in that field for as long as it takes you to get impregnated, you're not really intending to use your degree as anything more than a rung on the social ladder, or a quasi-dowry.

Those seeking out Mrs degrees also **** over other young women, because there is an implicit assumption of risk among their employers that they made need to train a replacement within two years because they never really had any intention of pursing a career, just a placeholder job. That makes the women who actually want to put in the work appear less valuable to prospective employers.
Okay, I suppose that makes some sense. Honestly, I had never heard of this "Mrs degree" until today. Thanks for the education.
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