On March 16, the alleged victim messaged Bolser with: “I don’t see what you see in me.I’m ugly.” At p.m., Bolser allegedly responded that he would have sexual relations with her. ” The girl responded, “I so would.” Bolser allegedly responded, “Well let’s (expletive) soon.” According to the affidavit, at p.m., Bolser allegedly messaged the following: “You should come have lunch with me and we can fool around (in his classroom) …With so much data to contend with, companies often struggle with making sense of information from customers, public records and external databases.Luckily, we evaluate the newest sales and marketing tools making the process easier for IT managers and sales executives.and “(y)ou can play with my (expletive) then.” When the alleged victim responded that it would be awkward to have such relations at school, Bolser allegedly stated, “Sooo.
Those who wipe out discussions they would rather have not taken place are bound to see them repeated.
Is it because it turned into a flame war while I wasn't looking?
Is it because the issue was "solved" anyway (one of the owners changed the description to something that, IMO, is even more controversial on a programmer's site, but is not mentioning sex) and the policy here recently seems to have changed to sweeping controversial topics under the carpet?
“On March 26, 2015, Officer Craig Remsberg of the Boyne City Police Department was advised that there had been a report of possible inappropriate communication and/or behavior between a student teacher at the Boyne City High School and a student,” it states in the affidavit of investigation on the matter.
“Remsberg was provided with printouts from one student’s Facebook page and her Snapchat account as well as printouts from another student’s phone.” The alleged messages from Bolser are believed to have begun on March 10 with the following: “You are a gorgeous young lady. On March 12, Bolser is alleged to have messaged, “Now come cuddle.