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Monday, 12 October 2009

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Substitute Teacher Before Head-Shaving

A former professor said he told university administrators six months ago of his concerns about the mental health of a student now accused of stabbing a fellow student right in the chemistry class. She is now recovering from the unexplained attack.

"That was right after he had rubbed my head with glue and planted a rubber duck up there", stated History Professor Woodrow Washington.

"I warned them again after he planted a big firecracker under my seat."

Professor Washington stated to The Truth Tattler that they merely told him, "How can we take the words of a man with a rubber duck on his head seriously?"

Then, after the second incident he reported: "How can we take a man's word whose pants have been on fire? Does that in itself not indicate that you are lying? Also, please put that blackened piece of flesh back into your pants. It is disgusting."

Professor Washington stated that, after his hospital visit of four weeks, the student had depanted and shaved the head of the lady substitute professor while he was out, but the student was still there.

Finally, after the continuing shouts about "Telling him about the rabbits, again" during class, Washington had resigned before the latest events occurred.

He said that now, all the university heads will say to him is, "We tried to warn them, didn't we Professor Washington?"

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