If they had only shuffled off to Buffalo early in their teaching careers, they both could have gotten second jobs modeling for K-Mart.
It seems that teachers in Buffalo, NY have been getting cosmetic surgery since the 70's as part of their teacher contract:
The program is the result of a negotiated provision in the Buffalo teacher union collective bargaining agreement, dating back to the 1970s. In later decades cosmetic surgery boomed in America and doctors began advertising to Buffalo teachers in their union newsletter, according to the Atlantic. By 2009, about 500 employees were taking advantage of this unbelievable perk. The district’s annual tab grew as high as $9 million in 2009.
At one point the school board offered to cancel 100 teacher layoffs if the union would drop the cosmetic surgery program for a year, according to The Atlantic. The union declined the offer.Read the full story HERE and a related video below: