April 7th, 2012 by Michael Tabor
Yet another inappropriate and criminal sexual encounter has been reported.
This seems like this is becoming an epidemic in which high school teachers use their age and life experience to indecently “charm” and ultimately lure under-aged children into engaging in criminal sexual behavior with him or her. Shame on you ! The latest pervert is a one. James Hooker (interesting last name) 41, who was arrested yesterday for having inappropriate relations (to use slick Willie’s words) with a 17 year old in 1998. He was currently living with another student (of age, 18) and it’s obvious as the nose on one’s face that this Hooker fellow has been preying on students his whole career.
I’m not going to write a whole lot about this situation and I am interested to hear what you readers have to say or think about this ugliness. It’s almost understandable when a professor falls for one of his students (certainly inappropriate but at least the students are young adults – the youngsters in high school are just kids) So whadayathink ? What do you think ? No wonder Hollywood recently made a movie above about this called ‘Bad Teacher’ with Cameron Diaz. This is a serious issue but just for fun I included ‘Hot For Teacher’ by Van Halen. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FyMQLrnbBgE&feature=fvst
February 4th, 2011 by Michael Tabor
I can’t emphasize enough, how important it is for people to leave comments related to a specific blog or blogs. Sadly, there are people out there who leave flattering comments without ever having read what I’ve painsakingly written. I am aware of the fact that people go on my on my site and leave a plethora of bogus comment just so one can increase his or her SEO ranking.
I am fortunate to have people who love this site and leave sincere and incisive comments. After all it’s the comments that make this site great; we are here to post trends, current events, controversial, thought provoking stories to galvanize dicussion and create threads.
We spend an inordinate amount of time going through our mail and posting comments from those people who have something to contribute. If you have any sort of criticism by all means let us know. Your comments are important! So please read, enjoy, have fun, make a comment, but please don’t comment if you haven’t read the material. We want WHADAWETHINK to be a part of your day and nothing thrills us more than to see comments that add to the blog.
February 2nd, 2011 by Michael Tabor
This is the 2nd blog I’ve written on this very topic. Only comments that provide specific information pertinent to the blog will be posted. These ‘bots’ are sometimes difficult to discern so someone who has something positive to say please provide an illustrtion about the blog itself . No need to comment on the site nor the blogger. So Thank you in advance for all the praise from all the legitimate readers out there but we will post only those comments that add insight, provide information, relay personal experience, and galvanize interaction.
For example – ‘great post you’re great’ will not be posted.
Lets be creative.
January 14th, 2011 by Michael Tabor
I currently have about 10+ blogs for everyone to read and re-read if you like, but I am here to announce that I’ve resigned from my current job and am going to blog full-time beginning Wednesday 1/19/2011. I am going to blog at least once a day about any given thought-provoking topic under the sun. The blog page will have a new face with all the bells and whistles attached and look for it to get better and better everyday !
WHADAWETHINK – spread the word. A newer, fresher and better blog. The most lively and engaging blog one is apt to find in Cyberspace.