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If this misses the MM cut, then it would have to go in X-Files:

Teacher caught licking students' wounds

Sorry, but I'd have to pursue requiring this guy to go for a psychiatric evaluation. What he did just "ain't right" as we say down here. :rules:

Think he was just :hungry: for that "special something"?

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If this misses the MM cut, then it would have to go in X-Files:

Teacher caught licking students' wounds

Sorry, but I'd have to pursue requiring this guy to go for a psychiatric evaluation.  What he did just "ain't right" as we say down here. :rules:

Think he was just :hungry: for that "special something"?

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Old Man...here is the actual article...

BEND, Ore. -- An Oregon high school teacher has gotten a tongue-lashing for his wound-licking.

Oregon's teacher standards board has voted to publicly reprimand the science teacher and football coach, who was accused of licking the bleeding wounds of several students.

The board also voted to place Scott Reed on two years' probation.

Reed agreed with the "stipulated facts" of the case: that he licked blood from wounds on a runner's knee, a football player's arm, and another student's hand.

It's not clear why he licked the wounds. But several students said it seemed like Reed was "just joking around."

The county sheriff investigated the case last year, and no charges were filed. The sheriff called the behavior "bizarre" but not criminal.

Reed resigned this spring as a track coach, but remains the school's football coach and dean of students.

He will be attending a class on the risks of blood-borne pathogens.

"And behold, a pale horse, and he who sat on it, his name was Death. Hades followed with him. Authority over one fourth of the earth, to kill with the sword, with famine, with death, and by the wild animals of the earth was given to him." REV 6:8

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