Clayton County Superintendent John Thompson confirms the Cracker Squire's earlier post that the Emperor John Thompson has nothing on. Geez.
Finally someone has said of the two prospective Emperors: "But he has nothing on!"
Listen up citizens of Clayton County. Do not allow things to go from bad (I know, real bad) to worse at tomorrow's school board meeting.
But who in the world would have thought he was this bad as reported by the AJC:
About 1,000 Clayton County high school students walked across the stage Friday, shook their new superintendent's hand and accepted what they thought was a diploma.
They got back to their seats and opened the diploma case to find a blank piece of paper. An additional 2,000 Clayton graduates will receive similar empty folders today.
The reason? Clayton County Superintendent John Thompson ordered more than 3,000 high school diplomas shredded Thursday after seeing his name wasn't on them. On Friday, Thompson learned it will cost up to $50,000 to reprint the diplomas.