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It's playing sports and wearing pants that are important to 17-year-olds, isn't it?
Point the second: Both the unofficial and official portraits look whiter than I am, and like mayo on everything.
Point the third: I actually contributed to the making of that portrait by virtue of state tax dollars. So like many other Louisianans, please allow me to say this: We are sorry, and f*ck Piyush Jindal. Maybe with votes, even. (Probably with votes.)
No, you animated, bumpitted, screeching harpy, you don't get it. Even the venerated* Supreme Court has said on a few occasions that students' rights to things like freedom of expression and speech (and religion! perish the thought!) can be curtailed to some degree at the schoolhouse door. Look, I know that you didn't really study for that journamalismism degree, but fer the love of your god(s) you could at least pretend that somebody researched this for you. More than that, the teacher very much has the right to tell the idiotically-named child that maybe doesn't even exist to put away a book and PAY SOME F*CKING ATTENTION TO WHAT IS BEING TAUGHT. I don't think he'll learn to solve 3x[plus]2^y=42 from the goddamned (heh) Bible. [Edited the equation; sorry. Brain running on three cylinders and bourbon.]
Also: Are you related to that guy Leo on "Worst Cooks in America"? Because you both seem to have the same idea on a new pair of glasses each week. And you're both incomprehensibly stoopid. (ETA: Leo calls himself a "performance artist." So...yeah, must be related to the Grifta from Wasilla.)
*Well, you venerate the Supreme Court when it agrees with you, anyway...
Also, Wonkette I'm disappointed in you. You haven't picked up the terrible stupidity that is Piyush Jinsal's official gubernatorial portrait. Daily Kos had it two days ago (I think), and it was hilarious.
*With votes, natch
Meanwhile, we in Louisiana have a state government facing a $1.4 billion budget shortfall, so our magnanimous governor wants to shove that shortfall onto higher education and healthcare because somehow Louisiana isn't completely in the shitter in those two areas. If this gets any worse, my undergrad alma mater will be shut down in about a year, maybe two.