How do you get revenge on your boss when you are angry with a decision that he has made? In the military, we called in “verbatim compliance.” The idea is that you follow the order in the most ridiculous or boneheaded way possible, with the intent of making the order look stupid. That’s exactly what the tranny leftists are are trying to do to conservative lawmakers and Governor Desantis.

The rule is Florida administrative code 6A-1..0955, which reads in pertinent part:

Provisions for parents to specify the use of any deviation from their child’s legal name in school. School districts will develop a form to obtain parental consent along with any required documentation, as appropriate.

There are plenty of ways to do this. You can have “nickname” listed as a part of the student’s registration form. Remember that the rule says that you have to have a written policy. So a district can have as a part of the policy that common derivatives of a name, such as Richard being Rick, Rich, Richie, etc. are permitted. But that isn’t what the democrat school districts are doing. Instead, the policy of at least one school district is taking it to the most ridiculous extreme of malicious compliance:

Orange County has already begun sending permission forms home to parents. “As an example, if the student is named Robert, but likes to be called the nickname Rob, the form must be filled out authorizing teachers and other personnel to call Robert the nickname Rob,”

Public education is nothing more than taxpayer funded indoctrination of leftist causes upon our children.


Historic Morale Czar · August 19, 2023 at 2:37 pm

Irish Democracy is gonna rock!
Happy Fun Ball is joyous.
Singing in the rain will be a familiar refrain.

EN2 SS · August 19, 2023 at 5:19 pm

On the boats, we called it “following orders by the book and absolutely no more”. As long as nothing was in jeopardy safety wise, the assholes soon found out they didn’t know what they thought they knew.

Elrod · August 20, 2023 at 9:07 am

There’s also the reciprocal – Malicious non-Compliance.

Submit a large number of “Authorized Nicknames,” some gibberish, some obscene and misspelled. When they get skipped over, or mispronounced, file suit. .

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