“We felt strongly that this could be a teachable moment for all involved and stated our desire for an apology from the teacher so that we could all move on with a clean slate. That was denied… The teacher was not fired. She was not arrested for breaking the law.”
Weapon of choice: PENCIL. Biochemistry x Law. Basically, a wizard.
Ducks and Serene transcribe:
Bonus Episode – Origins
True Crime Creepers Kristin and Mogab ask, “JUST EXACTLY HOW MUCH POT IS 10 lbs. of POT?” and your trusty blogger, Serene, has the answer… in “the greatest email [they’ve] received to date.”
“But if– trafficking– I heard that if you drug the girl and threaten their lives, or their family’s lives, they’re trapped somehow. Especially when it’s drugged. So, I’m confused. People are giving me hope, but I’m confused. I don’t know if she’s alive. I don’t know. I’m– people are trying to keep me up hope, but it’s fading out.”
“I just thought she was a real person. I mean, I thought she was very authentic. Nothing was fake with her, and she didn’t bite her tongue. You know, she was just a cool person, you know I just, it’s not like no– an ordinary girl.”
Elaine’s Facebook login history has been apparently deleted. All of Susan’s texts with Elaine have also been deleted, and Elaine’s iPhone has been disabled…
In which Rosemarie Wheeler speaks Klingon, because she is multitalented as well as good.
SUSAN: I remember I stayed home that night, she didn’t come home the next morning— oh wait, was I home? I don’t remember.
”I hope to have God on my side, but I must have Kentucky.“
Jayden is doing his best imitation of a cross between a sloth and the “Just Take a Breath, Son” parent, while simultaneously working to make himself sound important and the situation infinitely more complex than Neil, in his naive civilian-hood could ever comprehend, not to mention wholly unalterable by God or man, it culminates in what may be some record-breaking, top tier, super-duper-Jayden-level-bullshit: “In fact, we’re really waiting on the Justice Department Information Center.” Meanwhile, Neil just goes and Googles that shit and starts reading it off the fucking internet. CLASSIC.
We ignore each other and every once in awhile we have confrontations and she closes her door, whatever. But, uh, she has, she has problem with cleaning the kitchen, and she’s really a messy girl. So whenever I give her hard time about it, she says– she gets really mad. So at one point, um, she goes, “I feel like killing–” um, not killing, “I feel like hurting myself–“
The more closely one looks at this document, the more nefarious the whole settlement looks. If putting this out was supposed to exonerate Susan of insurance fraud, not only does it fail, it actually seems to add to the list of people who look like they’re part of it.