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20 Funniest Sports Faces

20 Funniest Sports Faces | School Leadership, Leadership, in General, Tools and Resources, Advice and humor | Scoop.it
While athletes are in motion trying to win the game, photographers are making a living out of the most unflattering photos they can get.

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One of these pictures just has to make it into a presentation for some kind of reason.

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Fearing a 2012 Apocalypse, Man Tries to Build His Own Ark

Fearing a 2012 Apocalypse, Man Tries to Build His Own Ark | School Leadership, Leadership, in General, Tools and Resources, Advice and humor | Scoop.it
 No, God didn’t reveal himself to Lu Zhenghai in a vision. The man from Urumqi, China was simply afraid the rumors about the apocalypse happening in December of 2012 might be true, so he decided to follow Noah’s example and build an ark.

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The Legal Ramifications of a Bomb Threat

The Legal Ramifications of a Bomb Threat | School Leadership, Leadership, in General, Tools and Resources, Advice and humor | Scoop.it
Threats at work or school cause real panic -- hoax or not. As a result, perpetrators can face real legal consequences.

 

Criminal charges or not, any student playing such a prank will end up with a permanently tarnished academic record. And youngsters aren’t exempt: kids under 18 can still be tried as an adult in most states, depending on the seriousness of the crime and the judge’s discretion. Youngsters playing pranks could face juvenile detention or other penalties. Parents should make children aware of the ramifications of such pranks or actual threats.

 



Cited from: The Legal Ramifications of a Bomb Threat http://nakedlaw.avvo.com/safety-2/the-legal-ramifications-of-a-bomb-threat.html#ixzz2qHnEQVe3

Sharrock's insight:

We should explore ways to instruct students regarding the consequences of hoaxes and pranks. Students often have few experiences interacting with local or federal law enforcement, so may not have a clear sense of the seriousness of some of their actions. Apparently, some adults do not have this clear sense as well. 


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In some states, a conviction under a state or federal charge for making a school bomb threat can also:

Get a student’s drivers license or learner’s permit revoked,Make parents liable for their child’s actions in civil court, andResult in an automatic suspension from public school.



Cited from: The Legal Ramifications of a Bomb Threat http://nakedlaw.avvo.com/safety-2/the-legal-ramifications-of-a-bomb-threat.html#ixzz2qHnQpwjS

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