From the Are You F-ing Kidding Me Dept.: “Randolph Forde, a 10th-grade teacher at Mundy’s Mill High School in Clayton County [Georgia], is accused of trying to persuade another student to kill a 16-year-old boy. Forde was charged after, officers said, he held up a piece of paper with the alleged victim’s name on it saying he had a hit on him. The student’s mother said her son came home frightened when he found out. … Forde was arrested and faces making terroristic threats charges. He could lose his job. His attorney told Jones that Forde was joking and never gave anyone a name.” It all began when Forde reportedly asked the student if he was a homo. And we thought we had to worry about anti-gay bullying from other students. Forde, released on $10,000 bond, remains on administration leave.