Those books aren't going to burn themselves....Point being, that sounds ridiculous because it hasn't gotten that bad, yet.Jim
You could probably use them in your library. It would certainly make getting people to pay for printouts easier.
It's the nose under the tent... nice and easy now, hard/fast with tear gas/CS and batons next???
They're going to get the list of miscreants with overdue video materials and Sizzlers out over a week...
they should be going off to practice at dismounted drill.I know they are only police officers, but if you are going to march in formation, you should know now to march so you don't look like a group of Keystone Cops trying to find the truck.
Are those gas mask bags strapped to their legs? You never know when the Red Hat Society might load chemical agent shells in their mortars and artillery! No? You mean the police were planning on REACTING with gas? Oh. Never mind.
You'll take your government-run helathcare, or the police medic will beat you with his Magic wellness Stick.
Hey, I've seen that movie, and they don;t dress that much like the "firemen" in it.
It is exactly this kind of disregard for authority that has gotten the Breda Fallacy banned by the web-site control software at my local library.Yes, I was surfing away from home the other day (before the air conditioner was working again) and you are in fact banned. I sent a note on the powers that be, but I doubt any change will be made, since that would require a bureaucrat to think about something.
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