Friday, December 4, 2009

Hammer of Justice, or "105 Day Suspension for Being Hit Capped?"

A guildie posted this in our forums. Don't know if it's made the rounds yet or not, but just in case it hasn't I thought I'd share. It's from, which is Not Safe For Work.

Kahi was running around yelling "Seal of Command fades, I cast Seal of Command, I cast Holy Shock. He then punched a boy in the mouth and yelled "Hammer of Justice."
If it was my kid I'd hug him for his brilliant spell usage before grounding him for irl hitting someone. Seriously. I wouldn't be able to stop laughing if my child did this. The school administrators would think I was a horrible mother, but I would not be able to keep a straight face.

Husband's best friend said:
I can only assume that the discipline here is for having a bad spec. Holy Shock + Seal of Command = useless at two different things.
Younger guildie:
shoulda bubble hearthed to avoid it.
My brother:
What would have been even better is if he'd run up to the teacher while she was shouting at him and screamed "Arcane Torrent!" to silence her.
Gal guildie:
IMO Avenging Wrath to shut up the teacher AND both parents during the scheduled parental conference! My kids would get high fives for such offenses!
Community officer:
Lay on Hands would've meant a permanent suspension imo.


  1. I think I've heard of this... but... 105 days? That's almost half of a school year. That is absolutely ridiculous. "Vulgar language"? Where? I don't see any. -.- People are so stupid, I swear to god.

  2. 105 days for fighting?

    From the perspective of someone who has taught high school, I'm guessing that means this isn't his first offense. Or anywhere close. If he's made a habit of fighting, suspension for the rest of the school year might be entirely appropriate. He needs to be in an environment where he's not threatening the other students.

  3. More than half I think, we only had 180 days of school back in my 105/180 almost 60% of the school year. Kind of an odd # of days too, probably just suspended for the rest of the year.


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