|What you post late at night|
will come back to haunt you.
Bad news: You still don't have my permission to post that stuff, and you never will.
It's not that I don't agree with you about your teachers. (For all I know, they're terrible people who molest their goldfish.) It's because when you post negative stuff on Facebook, it gets around. Your friends will see it, then your sort-of-friends will see it, then someone will definitely show it to the person you wrote about. No matter what your privacy settings are, nothing's private. And once it's out there in people's minds, you can never take it back.
If you don't like your teacher, vent about it in person to your friends and family, or to me if you want. And if you think your teacher's crossing the line, talk to your principal or guidance counselor. But don't be a Facebook bully. It'll probably come back to haunt you.
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