Observations and inanities by a second-shift assistant supervisor in the Puppy-Grinding division of the Evil Atheist Conspiracy® (our motto: "Sure it's cruel, but think of the jobs!"), your host, Brent Rasmussen.
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Youth minister David M. Boudreaux, of the Crescent Lake Christian Academy in Liberty, Missouri must be a secret EAC agent.
While engaged in a friendly, Christian game of dodgeball, one of his 16-year-old charges hit him with the ball. Which I thought was kind of the whole point of the game. Boudreaux, 27, got angry. You wouldn't like him when he's angry.
The same teen, whanged him again, knocking his glasses off. So, what does this paragon of Christian virtue do?
He becomes enraged, of course - because apparently that's how adults who work with kids should react, according to Boudreaux's reaction. You know, with anger, and rage, and physical assault.
What an asshole.
The kid is scared, and tries to apologize to this suddenly-frightening adult man who is bearing down on him in an angry rage. First Boudreaux shoves him in the chest and forces him to fall to the ground and hit his head. Then, when the poor, scared kid tries to get up - the Christian "Youth Pastor" kicks him in the nuts.
Yup. Kicks him so hard in the nuts that he ends up in the hospital, pissing blood, with a concussion, and whiplash.
[link] The teen suffered whiplash and post-concussion syndrome and had blood in his urine after being kicked, according to court records.
Boudreaux later apologized, prosecutors said.
Jeanne D. Hewitt, administrator of Crescent Lake Christian Academy, said Boudreaux had been placed on administrative leave.
Oh. He apologized. Well, that makes it all better now, doesn't it? Apologies have been shown in scientific medical studies to cure blood in your urine, haven't they?
Boudreaux should be placed in jail. He's lucky that wasn't my kid or he'd be in the hospital himself.
In any case, to the 16-year-old victim in this story, come on over to atheism. We promise to never kick you in the nuts. In fact, that's a GREAT tagline for the EAC!
The EAC. We Promise To Never Kick You In The Nuts.
Oh, and you'll be free of a repressive, anti-thinking organization that encourages violence towards children. That too.