Ed Krayewski on KCRW’s “Which Way LA?” with Warren Olney at 7:00PM ET

or whatever internet tubes look likepublic domainI’ll be on the NPR show “Which Way LA?” with Warren Olney  on KCRW in the 7pm PT hour, talking about the Glendale, California school district’s decision to hire a company to monitor their students’ social media output for them, because bullying. Unfortunately I didn’t get a chance to mention data shows bullying and the fear of bullying in schools is down overall. I was in the segment with Kelly Corrigan, education reporter for the Glendale News-Press and Burbank Leader and Slate’s Emily Bazelon joined us on the segment. You can listen if you’re in Southern California, or online here.

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  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Unfortunately I didn’t get a chance to mention data shows bullying and the fear of bullying in schools is down overall.

    Also, you should have said the jerk store called.

  • Carl Ri||

    At my high school we all have pseudonymous facebook accounts that we use whenever we want to slander or tell the truth about someone. The females are never happy about and it, that's what's so great, their views don't matter, we can actually be honest with them!

  • Agammamon||

    And you're all breaking federal law - please turn yourselves in, to local law enforcement in the morning.

  • Archduke Trousersenthusiast||

    We got Rusty Bedsprings, Hugh Jass, Oliver Clothesoff, Jacques Strap, Homer Sexual, the 2 Mikes, Hunt and Rotch, and of course Anita Bath

  • Agammamon||

    So, anyone seen the Thompson/Center Dimension?

    http://dimensionrifle.tcarms.com/#{"p":"0"}

    I'm debating on whether or not to get one. They get double kudos from me because *all* the calibers are available left-handed. I think Browning's X-Bolt series is the only other manufacturer that has a greater number of LH bolt-actions.

  • ||

    Hmm, left handed guns would make things easier. I hadn't even considered them an option.

  • Agammamon||

    Jeez, you're giving us left handed people a bad name - we're supposed to be *smarter* than the herd.

  • ||

    Nobody's going to view this thread. Everyone can continue without having our lefty narrative of superiority questioned.

  • Archduke Trousersenthusiast||

    brilliant.

  • ||

    I have not seen those before. Very cool. Needs a wider array of calibers, which I am sure will materialize over time. My wife is left handed and I have had trouble finding guns for her. Hmmmm I bet she would like the .223.

    And I am seeing this thread jessie, so I am now aware of all the evil lefties that haunt H&R.

  • Cdr Lytton||

    Handism- the only acceptable -ism left. The patriarchy has nothing on the total domination by right handers on society.

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