Brian: I’m am open minded, just not to crap
I’ve been working on making the DCBlap menus look a big more professional.
So on tuesday I get a call from East Windsor Regional School District saying they’re short-handed and asking if I could come to work this week. I drove down to Brian’s and stayed with him for the past two days. His cats are still adorable, and I still hate his dog.
Anyway, East Windsor is infested with pollen. Evil evil pollen. I haven’t been taking my allergy medication lately because Newark isn’t so bad, and that stuff is really expensive. The two days I’ve been in EW were hell, I couldn’t go outside without sneezing and runny nose and itchy throat and dry eyes and …
So I was tired of suffering and went to CVS. They were out of medicine I usually take (chlor-trimeton), so I decided to try Alavert. It’s based on the same medicine as clariton, which is completly different than what I’m used to. It has absolutely no effect on my allergies, however it does make me anxious, hyper, depressed, excited, and sleepy. The box clearly states “non-drowsy”, however I’m about to pass out I’m so tired…. I’ll write more when I wake up..
happy graduation gil!
New user pic!
jayyy and I made like a million bracelets, it was fun.
10 points if you know what that’s from. Jay, Gil, and Brian excluded since I already told you 😛
You Should Date An Italian!
You love for old fashioned romance, with an old fashioned guy
Snuffy’s Suicide Attempts
Poor baby, life is rough for you, huh? No one
seems to see you, no one notices your
pain–except for your friend Big Bird, but he’s
alway off hanging out with his other friends.
You wish you were him, all happy and curious
and popular and bright yellow. You feel like
his shadow anymore, like the only reason you
exist is to amuse him. It’s hard being
somebody’s imaginary friend. But stop trying
to kill yourself–imaginary people can’t kill
themselves. Sorry. And hey, maybe tomorrow
you’ll feel better!
Someday people will see you, I promise.
Well guys, I may be looking for a job elsewhere this summer. Looks like my old boss has been arrested. Dunno how this’ll affect my summer employment there…
| A longtime East Windsor school district administrator was arrested yesterday for allegedly swindling the district by selling school computers and pocketing the proceeds.|
Robert Parker, 59, of Georgetown Road in Yardville, was arrested yesterday and charged with 12 counts of official misconduct by the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office.
Parker is the director of technology and instruction for the East Windsor Regional School District and reportedly oversees all the computer-related facilities in the district’s schools.
Superintendent Dr. Ronald E. Bolandi immediately suspended Parker from his duties.
Complaints filed by the prosecutor’s office yesterday allege that Parker, under the guise of his office, sold computers belonging to the school district and kept the money as his own.
Each of the 12 counts represents one computer Parker sold and an investigation into how much he profited from the illegal sales is ongoing, according to Casey DeBlasio, spokesperson for the prosecutor’s office.
Parker, a 29-year employee of the East Windsor school district, was released on his own recognizance after his arrest.
The Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office began an investigation into Parker’s alleged computer deals after a colleague, David Shafter, alerted authorities. Shafter is the school district’s business administrator.
The monthlong investigation by the Economic Crime Unit of the prosecutor’s office ended with Parker’s arrest yesterday afternoon.
A school official who said he knew Parker said he was “surprised” by the arrest and allegations but would not comment further.
Attempts to contact Parker yesterday were unsuccessful.
Mercer County Prosecutor Joseph Bocchini Jr. issued strong words in a statement following Parker’s arrest.
“Abuse of the public’s trust is a serious allegation, more so because Mr. Parker should be a role model to his students,” Bocchini said.
A date for an appearance in court has not been set, DeBlasio said.