Okay normally I try not to judge people by their names. But when I read that the idiot who raised this poor Sydney chick to think she can whore herself out in a high school yearbook was named Miki, I was like... Great. Here we go.
So this poor Sydney chick takes a racy photo of herself with a "please screw me now" look on her face, and expects her high school to publish it in their yearbook. THEIR yearbook. You know, the one that every other student has to pay a lot of money for and take home with them and keep for the rest of their lives. And hopefully not keep it under their pillow.
And of course the student editors - the STUDENT editors - do the right thing and say, "No, sorry sweetie, you can't use our award-winning yearbook as your own personal Playboy magazine. Do that somewhere else."
Now, where Miki (Sydney's mother) missed the mark was in several places here. First of all she raised her kid to think it's okay to whore herself out. Well with a name like Miki Spies I'm sure it wasn't hard to learn that. But the other mistake was allowing her daughter to believe she actually had a case against the school.
First of all, it wasn't even the school administration who disallowed the picture. It was the students. Who probably know all about Sydney's activities anyway and don't feel like advertising them in the yearbook. But Sydney and her mother try to make this a civil rights issue. This poor ignorant child actually has the idiocy to say she felt like she was being denied her "freedom of expression."
Hey, idiot! If you want to express yourself, you can put up your nasty photos all over Facebook, ShapFish, WebShots, and a variety of free porn sites. You can email them to your friends and plaster them in your bedroom and on your car. But you don't get to wipe your nasty STD-ridden mug all over a nice classy high school yearbook that other students are paying for.
Really, this is a shame. And Miki, for Christ's sake, learn to raise your kid.