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Barneyfag, an infamous 4chan user, sends a letter to his school about the special ed class: Hello, Resource Department of [DATA EXPUNGED]. I have written this to discuss some issues I have had so I can clear my mental state as I further progress into an adult. I have asked you to read this for one reason and one reason only. Once the whole matter is discussed and over with, we will learn new facets about each other and revise our own social behaviours on what is acceptable and what is unacceptable. We will take from each others' experiences based on our states and gain new thinking states in terms of how we apply our own situations. Upon the completion of having read this, we will both realize that we were both wrong on how we applied our experiences into situations, and we will end up turning ourselves into better people for the future. Let's start. You might say it's what they like, but I started to doubt this when I started to notice [DATA EXPUNGED] being shown "Be My Valentine, Love Barney" twice in a row, and near the end of the year, he started slapping the EA showing him it because he started to catch on, and when I even talked to his parents about it, they revealed that they didn't even know their son watches Barney, which leads me to think that you have this mindset that every severely disabled student likes watching Barney and Friends. You keep trying to stop people from stereotyping your students, but you're the ones doing the stereotyping. Isn't that just ridiculous? What I'm saying is here, challenge these kids, don't let them regress. If I don't tell you to tell these children to smarten up, who will? I want you to challenge them, make it look like you're actually doing your jobs. Don't just resort to one show and expect it to solve everything, because that will not work. I have written this paper to describe some terrifying experiences throughout my life. More specifically, regarding a certain purple dinosaur that ended up getting too much screenplay during my tenure here. That show is Barney and Friends. I hate this show with all my heart. Nothing can deter me from my hate from this show, and it's mostly caused from seeing it being played in such excess in the department. All of you people who think that it's ok for the students to watch this tripe, let alone in 2- hour blocks each day, where it's nothing but this. Now I'm not sure if it's still being played here since [DATA EXPUNGED] (the last I saw of it) so for the sake of this essay, I'll assume that the department is still playing Barney at the frequency it was being played during my grad year. If it's not, then this should be important to the new supervisors in this department. My main problem is that this tripe has no place in high school. In fact, back in elementary school, you'd be ridiculed if you claimed you liked Barney. You see this show as if it was something to be worshipped, yet it's a show made for toddlers used regularly in this high school. This show doesn't do anything that would benefit any high school student. In my opinion, it doesn't make sense to show someone "Barney: Let's Play School!" When the student in question has already attended several years of elementary school and is in high school when he is watching it. In fact, many researchers claim that the show offers nothing but a vapid world of sugariness, which sums up my opinion of this show quite well. Probably the most shocking of bombshells comes from my local church. I typically don't pay attention very often, but one particular sermon that caught my attention was one day, when the priest started talking about how if your son was still acting like a baby even though he's 14, there's something wrong with him and that he needs to fully act his age to fully accept the blessing of Christ. To me, this also includes people who still like watching poorly-made toddlers' shows like Barney and Friends. So not only are you being hypocritical in your beliefs as a whole, but what you're doing is actually betraying the Catholic faith, which is what your school was designed to enforce. You can't argue with that, now can you? Since my departure from this place, the memories launched from seeing one of the bands being played within the vicinity of Barney has triggered me greatly. I can't see someone in a Rush t-shirt without seeing a disabled teen watching Barney in my mind. I've basically become the protagonist in The Wall, shutting myself off because I fear the outside world will hurt me if I try to interact with it. This is what you've done to me. Blind devotion to critically acclaimed media turns sour in my gaze because I now associate it with Barney. You may be able to stop this, though. On this paper, I will give you the opportunity to sign it noting that you have read this entire thing, thought it through, analyzed it and are able to actually make a claim knowing full well what the consequences of your actions have led to, and realizing what you can do to stop a story like this from happening again. If you see someone watching Barney by their own volition, actually tell them they shouldn't do that. If they like it, tell them they can watch it at home where they won't be publicly judged by the outside world (or subtly distract them from it). If you willingly show these students Barney, that's when you've failed as a teacher because you've realized you're unable to reach them. Their parents sent them here for a reason, you know. Now, I know what you're going to say to me, "their minds aren't developed yet". I say bull, I've seen Three Stooges being played here before, and I've even seen an episode of Batman The Animated Series being played here, both of which according to popular opinion, are very complex and more suited for adult mindsets, but no one will tell me that about Barney. Your ideals about how you approach which material you show to these people I don't find very perceptive.I remember I tried suggesting playing Beavis and Butthead Do America when I was there, which is a PG-13 movie with some sexual undertones, yet you wouldn't play it. Yet in Grade 12, I see Pink Floyd's PULSE concert being played on a SMART board next to [DATA EXPUNGED] watching Barney and Friends. You know what Pink Floyd also made? The Wall; a movie where a drugged up rockstar isolates himself from the rest of the world, descends into madness, becomes unable to have sex with his wife, and faces an imaginary trial where his juror is a pair of buttocks with a pair of testicles for a chin. Not to mention that in the very same PULSE concert being played at the same time as Barney and Friends, the song "Money" contains the line "Don't give me that goody-goody bullsh**". In my opinion, these students should be watching THAT instead of what they're currently watching, but only if they abandon the baby-aimed material. In fact, in that same movie, Pink is revealed to be this manchild who is unable to grow up and is mentally unable to grow to its full mental capacity. You know why you won't play that? Because the story parallels your treatment of the resource students. You realize that the students have just as much of a mental wall as Pink does, that's why. Now there's a conundrum for you people, trying to teach your students not to be manchildren yet letting them watch shows which make them manchildren. No one's going to come over here all the way from over there and tell me this social behaviour is in any way acceptable. Not at all. In fact, that same PULSE concert contains the song "Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)", about rising up against the school system, which darkly contrasts Barney's happy manner of telling kids how "school is fun". This leads to the question: Whose side are you on? For an institution of your kind I don't want any contradictions being spread to the students. All I want is for this school to stop showing kiddie shows and anything made for babies to these students. Teletubbies? Not allowed. Barney? DEFINITELY not allowed. If you still think that the mindset you think they have is what they DO have, Sesame Street I WILL allow, because if you have to absolutely show them something like it, then I will make an exception. Sesame Street has time and time again that their standard of education is still relevant to this world today, going for a nonprofit stance shows how much they're devoted to their craft. If that was played everyday instead of Barney, it'd be less problematic, although my preferred solution is that it's used in moderation.. In that situation, it could've been worse, admittedly. Mr, Rogers as well, since he was an actual human being who genuinely cared about the youth, and genuinely knew how to reach the youth, something that a guy in a foam purple dinosaur suit just can't do. It's not a matter of whether they like it or not, it's a matter of whether they get anything from it. No matter how much they watch Barney, they go into it and take nothing from it. One ear, out the other. If you're going to show these students anything, then I highly suggest that you email me beforehand and I will judge, because I seem to have a more personalized experience and a better grasp on the concept of "quality". proven If you're trying to tell me that Barney and Friends and The Wall are on equal levels of My experiences have made me traumatized to the point where I report these findings on an intelligence, you'd be dead wrong, but I can't judge this for myself because you people are so obsessed with showing them Barney that I'm scared of even listening to Pink Floyd in fear that I might like them and end up liking Barney as well. The fact that you try to coddle the children into a more soccermom childlike environment but try mixing up more adult things in there doesn't work because it makes me feel bad about myself, as if by liking certain things they watch, I feel just as mentally incapable as they are. To me, it's either you keep the childish soccermom tripe or you actually just show them stuff that actually makes them think. That's what a school is for, isn't it? I know you always want these children not to get bullied, but if you show them tripe like Barney which isn't necessarily well-received by the public opinion, that only fuels the need look at someone with a Pink Floyd t-shirt, I just to think to myself, "What an idiot. He probably likes watching Barney and Friends as well." and it's all because of you people. I think the same way about people who listen to AC/DC, Queen, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Rush, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, ZZ Top, and Genesis. imageboard where my attempts to tell people about this have only led people on there to call me "gay". Again, you could've stopped this. I've pretty much revolved the rest of my life around not being associated with Barney in hopes I don't end up like those who like it. I can't think, I can't live, because everywhere I go, I see that purple dinosaur's visage. Basically, I highly recommend that Barney stops being shown in this school, and let these children grow to their full potential. By signing this essay, you admit you were wrong, your efforts will go towards making the special ed department a better place to me and the outside world. Please, for the sake of my sanity. It would be really nice to reach a definite resolution to this situation. bully them to get them to think straight. Now whenever I TL;DR: If you were a resource department supervisor, which song would you play to the resource students as a whole: "The Wheels on the Bus" or "Another Brick in the Wall Part 2"? Barneyfag, an infamous 4chan user, sends a letter to his school about the special ed class
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