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Lessons Learned from Abuse of Bus Monitor Karen Klein

June 21, 2012 by


Karen Klein, an older bus monitor in Greece, New York, is shown in this ten minute video being verbally abused by a group of middle school students. The footage is disturbing and upsetting. In response, a fundraising effort on indiegogo to give Klein a vacation has brought in over $134,000 and the numbers keep going […]

Restaurant Misses the Point with Rihanna and Chris Black and Bleu Burger Debacle

April 9, 2012 by


A restaurant in Watkinsville, Georgia recently added a completely tasteless item to their menu: a “black and bleu” burger ¬†inspired by Chris Brown‘s violence against Rihanna. While this is a mistake that most people would never make, this particular restaurant was not only dumb enough to do it in the first place, but to continue […]

Inmates are on Facebook But I’m Not Panicking

March 17, 2012 by


Inmates are on Facebook. (pause) I gave you a moment there to just let that sink in, because in this country we are so accustomed to being harsh and punitive that it’s difficult to imagine inmates doing anything normal. A lot of people don’t even want prisoners to have access to something as benign as¬†television, […]