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Go home, teacher; you’re drunk

Gazette staff October 16th, 2013

The late, great Mitch Hedberg once said, “Alcoholism is a disease, but it’s the only one you can get yelled at for having.” Or, as Oklahoma City substitute teacher April Chamberlain might argue, it’s the only disease you can get arrested for having.

Authorities took 30-yearold Chamberlain into custody after she appeared intoxicated and fell asleep at her desk. They claim her speech was slurred, she was a little wobbly and she smelled of Grandpa’s old cough medicine. Apparently, an empty whiskey bottle was also found in her purse.

There are bigger issues at hand here:

Doesn’t Chamberlain kinda deserve a pass? C’mon. We all know substitute teachers usually just pop a DVD in and call it a day anyway.

She was probably just bored — and sometimes people drink when they’re bored.

After all, you can only play so many levels of Candy Crush before you give up and start drinking. (It’s 23 levels, by the way.)

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