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Two teens assault teacher after he confiscates one's iPod
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Sun Feb 25, 2007 7:16 am Reply and quote this post
Sure, rag on NY iPod wearers all you want, but apparently there's no getting in between this Germantown PA highschooler and his iPod. Two students were arrested on Friday for assaulting their 60-year-old teacher Frank Burd, who confiscated it from a 14-year-old who was using it in his class. The kid returned later with an 11th grader, and they pushed Burd up against a locker, breaking his neck in two places. The good news is that Frank Burd's condition is stable and spirits are high. Unfortunately for the two students, their assault was caught on video, and they're going to be charged as adults. Frank Burd happens to be quite popular with the staff and students, which leads us to believe he doesn't make iPod confiscation a regular practice.

I think this case has been dealt with in the right way! Anyway, I bet these kids were paid by Microsoft! Bill is always trying to make Apple look bad.

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Tue Mar 06, 2007 10:57 pm Reply and quote this post
they were Windows XP Androids, bill switched them with the real babies at birth and slowly waited for the right time to commencean attack on Apple. this one attack was only part of a bigger plan for world domination. but thats just my opinion about this
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