In Episode 5, Ed and Sara share more information about themselves WWE style (professional wrestling). Also on the table, they talk about bad neighbors, not neighborhoods. Plus, Ed and Sara body slam teachers who decide to cross the line and engage in romantic relationships with their students.
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What exactly defines someone as a bad neighbor? A bad neighbor is basically anyone living in your neighborhood that engages in behavior which has a seriously negative impact upon you. Now what that exact behavior could be varies from person to person. Some examples of bad neighbor behavior are:
- Playing loud music
- Partying all night long
- Tossing trash onto your property
- Leaving their barking dog outside throughout the night
How does one get rid of bad neighbors? That’s the million dollar question. Yes, you could just tie them up and dump them in a swamp but that answer is too easy. How do you rid yourself of bad neighbors legally? Legal with some shades of gray is okay. Leave a comment on your solution to this problem or even tell your own bad neighbor horror story. Or send us some audio feedback. We’ll probably use it on a future episode.
See what one of Ed’s neighbors looks like.
These days, it seems like more and more stories concerning teachers and students arise. When a teacher/student relationship crosses the line and turns romantic, opinions run wild. We’re not talking about a college professor having a relationship with one of his or her students. No, the focus here is on teacher/student relationships when the student is below the age of consent. Why does this happen? Is there medical reasons behind these occurrences? Also, why are there double standard opinions when this topic is discussed?
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