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May 04, 2007


(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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Guess she's trying to put away that pension fund!


She denies stealing the coat, saying she got it from a lost-and-found, Cmdr.

It could happen. Kids are always losing stuff. My girls have lost so many coats, etc...

I wonder what her salary is with her 'supplemental' income.

At least there is a teacher who now must accept "My dog ate my homework" since her beloved pooch ate her home-based selling work.

Favorite bit:

The mother alerted another bidder that the coat might be stolen, and the other bidder relayed the information to the seller, Logan. Skinner said Logan asked the other bidder to outbid the girl's mother.

Nice. Way to teach values, Ms. Logan.

Obviously an economics teacher, not an ethics teacher.

Even if the teacher did get the coat from the lost & found ... if SHE hadn't "lost" it, it wasn't hers to FIND!

Kinda defeats the purpose of the lost & found if anybody can just take stuff they like, whether it's theirs or not.

It does sorta depend on how long it had been in there, but the policy of the L&F should be that things get donated to a shelter at the end of the school year if not picked up before then. IMHO, anyway.

yeah, I remember when I was a little ankle-biter the PA morning address at school would say about 3 times a year that anything still in the L&F gets donated on a certain day - but The Smoking Gun's version of this story suggests that the coat was on e-bay just days after it was lost.

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