Vinson: Railroaded: You need to lock the door
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By MIKE VINSON

The following was revealed to me by second parties and substantiated by official documentation. If nothing else this should serve as a reminder one never can be too careful.(NOTE: To protect the innocent, I will refer to the characters as "Mr. X" and "Mrs. Y.")

(NOTE: To protect the innocent, I will refer to the characters as "Mr. X" and "Mrs. Y.")Several years back, "Mr. X" was a secondary school teacher. He was in his mid-30s, single, and from a good family. Having earned his Master's in Education/M.Ed., he had taught at this particular school for twelve years, had earned tenure, was well liked by his students, and got along well with his teacher colleagues--except for one! Enter "Mrs. Y."

Several years back, "Mr. X" was a secondary school teacher. He was in his mid-30s, single, and from a good family. Having earned his Master's in Education/M.Ed., he had taught at this particular school for twelve years, had earned tenure, was well liked by his students, and got along well with his teacher colleagues--except for one! Enter "Mrs. Y."A member of the faculty at the same school, Mrs. Y, early 40s and married to a wealthy man, despised Mr. X! With her overbearing, alpha personality, Mrs. Y disrespected Mr. X every chance available: staring him down in the hallway, openly calling him a "wuss," even insinuating that, because he was in his mid-30s and still single, maybe he was "gay."

A member of the faculty at the same school, Mrs. Y, early 40s and married to a wealthy man, despised Mr. X! With her overbearing, alpha personality, Mrs. Y disrespected Mr. X every chance available: staring him down in the hallway, openly calling him a "wuss," even insinuating that, because he was in his mid-30s and still single, maybe he was "gay." Now, let's take a closer look at Mr. X: A short, thin guy, he didn't have any bad habits. And while he had dated around, he hadn't developed a serious relationship. As was told to me, Mr. X wanted a "solid foundation" on which to build his life: be debt free, have some extra money put away, meet the right woman, and start a family. If Mr. X had a shortcoming, it probably was he was a bit of a loner and didn't socialize with his teacher friends as much as he should have.

Now, let's take a closer look at Mr. X: A short, thin guy, he didn't have any bad habits. And while he had dated around, he hadn't developed a serious relationship. As was told to me, Mr. X wanted a "solid foundation" on which to build his life: be debt free, have some extra money put away, meet the right woman, and start a family. If Mr. X had a shortcoming, it probably was he was a bit of a loner and didn't socialize with his teacher friends as much as he should have.Alas, the "bullying" of Mr. X by Mrs. Y, during school hours, continued, escalating to the extent fellow teachers were scared Mrs. Y would physically attack Mr. X, so venomous was her attitude! "That bitch was hell-bent on destroying him!" a former fellow teacher told me. Of course, you should be asking: Why didn't someone step up and call Mrs. Y's hand? Well, I did ask such, and the answer was Mrs. Y was "too wealthy, too well connected," and no one wanted to "risk" his/her job by going against Mrs. Y in taking up for Mr. X.

Alas, the "bullying" of Mr. X by Mrs. Y, during school hours, continued, escalating to the extent fellow teachers were scared Mrs. Y would physically attack Mr. X, so venomous was her attitude! "That bitch was hell-bent on destroying him!" a former fellow teacher told me. Of course, you should be asking: Why didn't someone step up and call Mrs. Y's hand? Well, I did ask such, and the answer was Mrs. Y was "too wealthy, too well connected," and no one wanted to "risk" his/her job by going against Mrs. Y in taking up for Mr. X.Mr. & Mrs. Y planned a Saturday afternoon cookout at their posh home, inviting all those on the faculty at the school. A few of those concerned had whispered to Mr. X it might be a good idea for him to attend: Maybe he could "bury the hatchet" was with Mrs. Y.

Mr. & Mrs. Y planned a Saturday afternoon cookout at their posh home, inviting all those on the faculty at the school. A few of those concerned had whispered to Mr. X it might be a good idea for him to attend: Maybe he could "bury the hatchet" was with Mrs. Y.So, Mr. X appeared at the cookout, dressed casually, as "casual" was the attire for the day: shorts, T-Shirts, athletic shoes, etc. When Mr. X arrived at Mr. and Mrs. Y's home, the mood was

So, Mr. X appeared at the cookout, dressed casually, as "casual" was the attire for the day: shorts, T-Shirts, athletic shoes, etc. When Mr. X arrived at Mr. and Mrs. Y's home, the mood was sociably upbeat: The men were cooking burgers and hot dogs on the grill, knocking back a few beers, talking sports. The women were inside making potato salad, cole slaw and discussing the latest in fashion; doing what women generally do at a cookout. The teenagers were upstairs being entertained by Mr. & Mrs. Y's 14-year-old daughter.

Though he didn't drink, Mr. X decided to have a beer, you know, to "fit in better." Since he wasn't used to drinking beer, the urge to urinate quickly came upon him. Inquiring about the location of the restroom, he was told "through the kitchen, down the hallway, first door on the right." Walking through the kitchen, on his way to the restroom, Mr. X locked stares with Mrs. Y. He went inside the restroom, shut the door, and commenced his business. During the course of conducting his business, the door to the restroom opened: There stood Mr. & Mrs. Y's 14-year-old daughter, and there stood Mr. X . . . well . . . exposed!

The daughter shrieked, and Mrs. Y ran to the scene! A call was placed to 911.
Mr. X now is on the "Sex Offender's List," his life in shambles, having been wrongfully railroaded, many feel, by the "well-connected" Mrs. Y.

Lesson learned: When using the restroom, make sure you lock the door; you never know who might walk in and what he/she might claim.

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