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High school teacher under investigation for saying “vagina” during anatomy lesson

"High school science teacher Tim McDaniel is being investigated by Idaho’s professional standards commission because he allegedly used the word “vagina” while teaching a 10th grade biology lesson on reproduction and anatomy.

According to a report from the Times-News, four parents complained to school officials after learning that McDaniel explained the biology of an orgasm and used the word “vagina” during a lesson on human reproduction in his sophomore science class.

A disciplinary letter from the Idaho State Department of Education also accused McDaniels of showing a video clip in class depicting an infection of genital herpes and teaching about different forms of birth control. The letter also alleges that McDaniels told inappropriate jokes in class.

McDaniel also found himself in hot water for asking his students to write a critical response paper on climate change after showing them “An Inconvenient Truth.”

But his students are defending him, arguing in a petition that parents from their conservative community in Dietrich are trying to push a political agenda by getting their biology teacher fired:

“[T]here are a couple people in the community that are trying to get Mr. McDaniel fired for teaching the reproductive system, climate change, and several other science subjects. All these subjects were taught from the book and in good taste. He cares for each of his students and goes the extra mile to help them all. Now is the time for us to help by supporting him!”"


Then we wonder why we don't have good teachers???

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Folks are born there. Right proper place to be born.

Virginia, named in honor of Queen Elizabeth I ~ “Virgin Queen” of England.
Virginia, COLONY OF the name given to an undefined territory in America (of which Roanoke Island, discovered in 1584, was a part) in compliment to the unmarried Queen, or because of its virgin soil. It was afterwards defined as extending from latitude 34° to 45° North, and was divided into north and south Virginia. The northern part was afterwards called NEW ENGLAND (q. v.).

The spirit of adventure and desire for colonization were prevalent in England at the beginning of the seventeenth century, and circumstances there were favorable to such undertakings, for there was plenty of material for colonies. Soon after the accession of James I., war between England and France ceased, and there were many restless soldiers out of employment - so restless that social order was in danger. There was also a class of ruined and desperate spendthrifts, ready to do anything to retrieve their fortunes. Such were the men who stood ready to go to America when Ferdinando Gorges, Bartholomew Gosnold, Chief-Justice Popham, Richard Hakluyt, Captain John Smith, and others devised a new scheme for settling Virginia.

The timid King, glad to perceive a new field open for the restless spirits of his realm, granted a liberal patent to a company of " noblemen, gentlemen, and merchants," chiefly of London, to plant settlements in America, between latitude 34° and 38° North, and westward 100 miles from the sea. A similar charter was granted to another company to settle between lat. 41 ° and 45 ° N. The space of about 200 miles between the two territories was a broad boundary-line, upon which neither party was to plant a settlement. In December, 1606, the London Company sent three ships, under Capt. Christopher Newport, with 105 colonists, to make a settlement on ROANOKE ISLAND (q. v.). They took the long southern route, by way of the West Indies, and when they approached the coast of North Carolina a tempest drove them farther north into Chesapeake Bay, where they found good anchorage. The principal passengers were Gosnold, Edward M. Wingfield, Captain Smith, and Rev. Robert Hunt. The capes at the entrance to Chesapeake Bay Newport named Charles and Henry, in compliment to the King's two sons.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul



A signature used to be here!

I believe the scientific term

is vahjizzle.

Shocking ignince!

bigmikedude's picture

My God man...

Now we have "The Word Vagina" Police. What the hell was he supposed to call it?

Your place of birth?

In fact, the next time I'm asked my place of birth, I think I'll tell them "Vagina".

Let's make a thread called, "Public Schools Do Dumb Stuff"

And call it a day. I'm tired of hearing about public schools being horrible. It's no great mystery.

How dare he refer

to a pussy as a vagina! This is an outrage!



Andrew Napolitano for President 2016!

"Patriotism should come from loving thy neighbor, not from worshiping Graven images." - ironman77


You all made me think of this scene...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKGszY_V_c8

Silence isn't always golden....sometimes it's yellow.

"The liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secure, when the transactions of their rulers may be concealed from them." - Patrick Henry

When keepin it real goes

When keepin it real goes wrong.

Wow, I can see

how this could become a slippery slope.

To my Liberal Trolls:
"Really Don't mind if you sit this one out. Your words but a whisper, your deafness a shout. I may make you feel, but I can't make you think."
Ian Anderson 1972


There you have it.


VA-GI-NA, crime per


crime per syllable, you sir are a miscrient, using your words, and, and, and, ......using your words