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Chaz has been manipulating their currency for days and ripping us off. Taaaaaaaarrifffffsss!

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4 minutes ago, ztejas said:

France just surrendered recognized to them.

Fixed for historical accuracy.

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I wonder if the CHAZ citizens will need to pay any taxes.  those Northern Cali guys that have wanted to start their own state have to be itchin' to see how this works out.

soon there will be a call to have people leave before any pushback by the authorities.  then we see if there is any hostage type situation.

will probably end in the next few days but has the chance of getting real ugly.

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1 minute ago, Incredulity said:

 

What's going on with that sign language guy? He looks like he's about to shut em down and open up shop.

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57 minutes ago, BradInATX said:

If this thread draws all of the "I constantly whine about politics on the DT but all I post about is politics" crowd away from all the other threads, I vote it stays up. So far it's off to a good start.

 

 

this would be the first "political" post on the thread.  Humans have the ability to discuss a subject without shitting all over it with their partisan views.

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5 minutes ago, Brothahorn said:

 

 

Just so you're aware of the media you're consuming and spreading, Post Millennial is not an unbiased or completely factual source. They tend to post unsubstantiated and under researched stories that are selectively biased. Not saying that you shouldn't share, but it's important to acknowledge your sources.

I'd just like to see more than a conservative blog reporting on a social movement, is all

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1 minute ago, smuggs said:

What's going on with that sign language guy? He looks like he's about to shut em down and open up shop.

the sign language people during all this are both annoying as shit and fascinating at the same time.  they always seem to look angry regardless of what is discussed.

don't pretty much all TV's have CC now?  

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3 minutes ago, Captainant said:

Just so you're aware of the media you're consuming and spreading, Post Millennial is not an unbiased or completely factual source. They tend to post unsubstantiated and under researched stories that are selectively biased. Not saying that you shouldn't share, but it's important to acknowledge your sources.

I'd just like to see more than a conservative blog reporting on a social movement, is all

so similar to CNN and MSNBC

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https://medium.com/@seattleblmanon3/the-demands-of-the-collective-black-voices-at-free-capitol-hill-to-the-government-of-seattle-ddaee51d3e47

THE DEMANDS OF THE COLLECTIVE BLACK VOICES AT FREE CAPITOL HILL TO THE GOVERNMENT OF SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

Spoiler

In credit to the people who freed Capitol Hill, this list of demands is neither brief nor simplistic. This is no simple request to end police brutality. We demand that the City Council and the Mayor, whoever that may be, implement these policy changes for the cultural and historic advancement of the City of Seattle, and to ease the struggles of its people. This document is to represent the black voices who spoke in victory at the top of 12th & Pine after 9 days of peaceful protest while under constant nightly attack from the Seattle Police Department. These are words from that night, June 8th, 2020.

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1*Z1LVbjue51aye77EAMu3Qw.jpeg
“Welcome to Free Capitol Hill” — Posted 06/08/2020

For ease of consideration, we’ve broken these demands into four categories: The Justice System, Health and Human Services, Economics, and Education.

Given the historical moment, we’ll begin with our demands pertaining to the Justice System.

  1. The Seattle Police Department and attached court system are beyond reform. We do not request reform, we demand abolition. We demand that the Seattle Council and the Mayor defund and abolish the Seattle Police Department and the attached Criminal Justice Apparatus. This means 100% of funding, including existing pensions for Seattle Police. At an equal level of priority we also demand that the city disallow the operations of ICE in the city of Seattle.
  2. In the transitionary period between now and the dismantlement of the Seattle Police Department, we demand that the use of armed force be banned entirely. No guns, no batons, no riot shields, no chemical weapons, especially against those exercising their First Amendment right as Americans to protest.
  3. We demand an end to the school-to-prison pipeline and the abolition of youth jails. Get kids out of prison, get cops out of schools. We also demand that the new youth prison being built in Seattle currently be repurposed.
  4. We demand that not the City government, nor the State government, but that the Federal government launch a full-scale investigation into past and current cases of police brutality in Seattle and Washington, as well as the re-opening of all closed cases reported to the Office of Police Accountability. In particular, we demand that cases particular to Seattle and Washington be reopened where no justice has been served, namely the cases of Iosia Faletogo, Damarius Butts, Isaiah Obet, Tommy Le, Shaun Fuhr, and Charleena Lyles.
  5. We demand reparations for victims of police brutality, in a form to be determined.
  6. We demand that the City of Seattle make the names of officers involved in police brutality a matter of public record. Anonymity should not even be a privilege in public service.
  7. We demand a retrial of all People in Color currently serving a prison sentence for violent crime, by a jury of their peers in their community.
  8. We demand decriminalization of the acts of protest, and amnesty for protestors generally, but specifically those involved in what has been termed “The George Floyd Rebellion” against the terrorist cell that previously occupied this area known as the Seattle Police Department. This includes the immediate release of all protestors currently being held in prison after the arrests made at 11th and Pine on Sunday night and early Saturday morning June 7th and 8th, and any other protesters arrested in the past two weeks of the uprising, the name Evan Hreha in particular comes to mind who filmed Seattle police macing a young girl and is now in jail.
  9. We demand that the City of Seattle and the State Government release any prisoner currently serving time for a marijuana-related offense and expunge the related conviction.
  10. We demand the City of Seattle and State Government release any prisoner currently serving time just for resisting arrest if there are no other related charges, and that those convictions should also be expunged.
  11. We demand that prisoners currently serving time be given the full and unrestricted right to vote, and for Washington State to pass legislation specifically breaking from Federal law that prevents felons from being able to vote.
  12. We demand an end to prosecutorial immunity for police officers in the time between now and the dissolution of the SPD and extant justice system.
  13. We demand the abolition of imprisonment, generally speaking, but especially the abolition of both youth prisons and privately-owned, for-profit prisons.
  14. We demand in replacement of the current criminal justice system the creation of restorative/transformative accountability programs as a replacement for imprisonment.
  15. We demand autonomy be given to the people to create localized anti-crime systems.
  16. We demand that the Seattle Police Department, between now and the time of its abolition in the near future, empty its “lost and found” and return property owned by denizens of the city.
  17. We demand justice for those who have been sexually harassed or abused by the Seattle Police Department or prison guards in the state of Washington.
  18. We demand that between now and the abolition of the SPD that each and every SPD officer turn on their body cameras, and that the body camera video of all Seattle police should be a matter of easily accessible public record.
  19. We demand that the funding previously used for Seattle Police be redirected into: A) Socialized Health and Medicine for the City of Seattle. B) Free public housing, because housing is a right, not a privilege. C) Public education, to decrease the average class size in city schools and increase teacher salary. D) Naturalization services for immigrants to the United States living here undocumented. (We demand they be called “undocumented” because no person is illegal.) E) General community development. Parks, etc.

We also have economic demands that must be addressed.

  1. We demand the de-gentrification of Seattle, starting with rent control.
  2. We demand the restoration of city funding for arts and culture to re-establish the once-rich local cultural identity of Seattle.
  3. We demand free college for the people of the state of Washington, due to the overwhelming effect that education has on economic success, and the correlated overwhelming impact of poverty on people of color, as a form of reparations for the treatment of Black people in this state and country.
  4. We demand that between now and the abolition of the SPD that Seattle Police be prohibited from performing “homeless sweeps” that displace and disturb our homeless neighbors, and on equal footing we demand an end to all evictions.
  5. We demand a decentralized election process to give the citizens of Seattle a greater ability to select candidates for public office such that we are not forced to choose at the poll between equally undesirable options. There are multiple systems and policies in place which make it impractical at best for working-class people to run for public office, all of which must go, starting with any fees associated with applying to run for public office.

Related to economic demands, we also have demands pertaining to what we would formally call “Health and Human Services.”

  1. We demand the hospitals and care facilities of Seattle employ black doctors and nurses specifically to help care for black patients.
  2. We demand the people of Seattle seek out and proudly support Black-owned businesses. Your money is our power and sustainability.
  3. We demand that the city create an entirely separate system staffed by mental health experts to respond to 911 calls pertaining to mental health crises, and insist that all involved in such a program be put through thorough, rigorous training in conflict de-escalation.

Finally, let us now address our demands regarding the education system in the City of Seattle and State of Washington.

  1. We demand that the history of Black and Native Americans be given a significantly greater focus in the Washington State education curriculum.
  2. We demand that thorough anti-bias training become a legal requirement for all jobs in the education system, as well as in the medical profession and in mass media.
  3. We demand the City of Seattle and State of Washington remove any and all monuments dedicated to historical figures of the Confederacy, whose treasonous attempts to build an America with slavery as a permanent fixture were an affront to the human race.

Transcribed by @irie_kenya and @AustinCHowe. Special thanks to Magik for starting and facilitating the discussion to create this list, to Omari Salisbury for the idea to break the list into categories, and as well a thanks to Kshama Sawant for being the only Seattle official to discuss with the people on Free Capitol Hill the night that it was liberated.

Although we have liberated Free Capitol Hill in the name of the people of Seattle, we must not forget that we stand on land already once stolen from the Duwamish People, the first people of Seattle, and whose brother, John T. Williams of the Nuu-chah-nulth tribe up north was murdered by the Seattle Police Department 10 years ago.

Black Lives Matter — All day, Every day.

 

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5 minutes ago, ChickenSandwich said:

this would be the first "political" post on the thread.  Humans have the ability to discuss a subject without shitting all over it with their partisan views.

Look how sensitive they get.

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1 hour ago, mdmost said:

Maybe they can petition the NBA to get the Supersonics back. The CHAZ Supersonics has a nice ring to it. 

It's the Utah Chaz, Einstein.

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Btw, congrats to the Chaz for becoming the 4th enclaved state in the world and first in the western hemisphere; joining Vatican City (Italy), the Republic of San Marino (Italy), and Lesotho (South Africa).

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13 minutes ago, closetohumping said:

Building walls to keep people out?  Cool

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Huh.  Shoulda put in a golf course and made it gated access only.  But then, I guess they didn't want to be swarmed by GOP voters who "just moved there for the good schools."

Also, if you built an enclosed enclave, decreed that it only serve vegan and soy-based food, and then said "Brisketexan, you can't come in here without permission!," I'm pretty sure my answer would be "well, okay then" as I didn't even break my stride as I walked on by.

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24 minutes ago, clapclapclap said:

https://medium.com/@seattleblmanon3/the-demands-of-the-collective-black-voices-at-free-capitol-hill-to-the-government-of-seattle-ddaee51d3e47

THE DEMANDS OF THE COLLECTIVE BLACK VOICES AT FREE CAPITOL HILL TO THE GOVERNMENT OF SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

  Hide contents

In credit to the people who freed Capitol Hill, this list of demands is neither brief nor simplistic. This is no simple request to end police brutality. We demand that the City Council and the Mayor, whoever that may be, implement these policy changes for the cultural and historic advancement of the City of Seattle, and to ease the struggles of its people. This document is to represent the black voices who spoke in victory at the top of 12th & Pine after 9 days of peaceful protest while under constant nightly attack from the Seattle Police Department. These are words from that night, June 8th, 2020.

1*Z1LVbjue51aye77EAMu3Qw.jpeg?q=20
1*Z1LVbjue51aye77EAMu3Qw.jpeg

“Welcome to Free Capitol Hill” — Posted 06/08/2020

For ease of consideration, we’ve broken these demands into four categories: The Justice System, Health and Human Services, Economics, and Education.

Given the historical moment, we’ll begin with our demands pertaining to the Justice System.

  1. The Seattle Police Department and attached court system are beyond reform. We do not request reform, we demand abolition. We demand that the Seattle Council and the Mayor defund and abolish the Seattle Police Department and the attached Criminal Justice Apparatus. This means 100% of funding, including existing pensions for Seattle Police. At an equal level of priority we also demand that the city disallow the operations of ICE in the city of Seattle.
  2. In the transitionary period between now and the dismantlement of the Seattle Police Department, we demand that the use of armed force be banned entirely. No guns, no batons, no riot shields, no chemical weapons, especially against those exercising their First Amendment right as Americans to protest.
  3. We demand an end to the school-to-prison pipeline and the abolition of youth jails. Get kids out of prison, get cops out of schools. We also demand that the new youth prison being built in Seattle currently be repurposed.
  4. We demand that not the City government, nor the State government, but that the Federal government launch a full-scale investigation into past and current cases of police brutality in Seattle and Washington, as well as the re-opening of all closed cases reported to the Office of Police Accountability. In particular, we demand that cases particular to Seattle and Washington be reopened where no justice has been served, namely the cases of Iosia Faletogo, Damarius Butts, Isaiah Obet, Tommy Le, Shaun Fuhr, and Charleena Lyles.
  5. We demand reparations for victims of police brutality, in a form to be determined.
  6. We demand that the City of Seattle make the names of officers involved in police brutality a matter of public record. Anonymity should not even be a privilege in public service.
  7. We demand a retrial of all People in Color currently serving a prison sentence for violent crime, by a jury of their peers in their community.
  8. We demand decriminalization of the acts of protest, and amnesty for protestors generally, but specifically those involved in what has been termed “The George Floyd Rebellion” against the terrorist cell that previously occupied this area known as the Seattle Police Department. This includes the immediate release of all protestors currently being held in prison after the arrests made at 11th and Pine on Sunday night and early Saturday morning June 7th and 8th, and any other protesters arrested in the past two weeks of the uprising, the name Evan Hreha in particular comes to mind who filmed Seattle police macing a young girl and is now in jail.
  9. We demand that the City of Seattle and the State Government release any prisoner currently serving time for a marijuana-related offense and expunge the related conviction.
  10. We demand the City of Seattle and State Government release any prisoner currently serving time just for resisting arrest if there are no other related charges, and that those convictions should also be expunged.
  11. We demand that prisoners currently serving time be given the full and unrestricted right to vote, and for Washington State to pass legislation specifically breaking from Federal law that prevents felons from being able to vote.
  12. We demand an end to prosecutorial immunity for police officers in the time between now and the dissolution of the SPD and extant justice system.
  13. We demand the abolition of imprisonment, generally speaking, but especially the abolition of both youth prisons and privately-owned, for-profit prisons.
  14. We demand in replacement of the current criminal justice system the creation of restorative/transformative accountability programs as a replacement for imprisonment.
  15. We demand autonomy be given to the people to create localized anti-crime systems.
  16. We demand that the Seattle Police Department, between now and the time of its abolition in the near future, empty its “lost and found” and return property owned by denizens of the city.
  17. We demand justice for those who have been sexually harassed or abused by the Seattle Police Department or prison guards in the state of Washington.
  18. We demand that between now and the abolition of the SPD that each and every SPD officer turn on their body cameras, and that the body camera video of all Seattle police should be a matter of easily accessible public record.
  19. We demand that the funding previously used for Seattle Police be redirected into: A) Socialized Health and Medicine for the City of Seattle. B) Free public housing, because housing is a right, not a privilege. C) Public education, to decrease the average class size in city schools and increase teacher salary. D) Naturalization services for immigrants to the United States living here undocumented. (We demand they be called “undocumented” because no person is illegal.) E) General community development. Parks, etc.

We also have economic demands that must be addressed.

  1. We demand the de-gentrification of Seattle, starting with rent control.
  2. We demand the restoration of city funding for arts and culture to re-establish the once-rich local cultural identity of Seattle.
  3. We demand free college for the people of the state of Washington, due to the overwhelming effect that education has on economic success, and the correlated overwhelming impact of poverty on people of color, as a form of reparations for the treatment of Black people in this state and country.
  4. We demand that between now and the abolition of the SPD that Seattle Police be prohibited from performing “homeless sweeps” that displace and disturb our homeless neighbors, and on equal footing we demand an end to all evictions.
  5. We demand a decentralized election process to give the citizens of Seattle a greater ability to select candidates for public office such that we are not forced to choose at the poll between equally undesirable options. There are multiple systems and policies in place which make it impractical at best for working-class people to run for public office, all of which must go, starting with any fees associated with applying to run for public office.

Related to economic demands, we also have demands pertaining to what we would formally call “Health and Human Services.”

  1. We demand the hospitals and care facilities of Seattle employ black doctors and nurses specifically to help care for black patients.
  2. We demand the people of Seattle seek out and proudly support Black-owned businesses. Your money is our power and sustainability.
  3. We demand that the city create an entirely separate system staffed by mental health experts to respond to 911 calls pertaining to mental health crises, and insist that all involved in such a program be put through thorough, rigorous training in conflict de-escalation.

Finally, let us now address our demands regarding the education system in the City of Seattle and State of Washington.

  1. We demand that the history of Black and Native Americans be given a significantly greater focus in the Washington State education curriculum.
  2. We demand that thorough anti-bias training become a legal requirement for all jobs in the education system, as well as in the medical profession and in mass media.
  3. We demand the City of Seattle and State of Washington remove any and all monuments dedicated to historical figures of the Confederacy, whose treasonous attempts to build an America with slavery as a permanent fixture were an affront to the human race.

Transcribed by @irie_kenya and @AustinCHowe. Special thanks to Magik for starting and facilitating the discussion to create this list, to Omari Salisbury for the idea to break the list into categories, and as well a thanks to Kshama Sawant for being the only Seattle official to discuss with the people on Free Capitol Hill the night that it was liberated.

Although we have liberated Free Capitol Hill in the name of the people of Seattle, we must not forget that we stand on land already once stolen from the Duwamish People, the first people of Seattle, and whose brother, John T. Williams of the Nuu-chah-nulth tribe up north was murdered by the Seattle Police Department 10 years ago.

Black Lives Matter — All day, Every day.

 

they should reply with blah blah blah and then shut off electricity and water

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13 minutes ago, Brisketexan said:

Huh.  Shoulda put in a golf course...

If the map on page 1 is right, they already have a ballpark, and if they take in the school, or church or whatever it is, adjacent they could put in a damn nice little pitch'n'putt, huh?

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This shit is gold. I can’t even believe this is real. White social media kids have finally done it! They told their parents to fuck off. Created a tree house society in the middle of the city. I wanted to do that in 1987, when I was 10. Will they have monkey butlers and drink kombucha out of coconuts? I can’t wait to see.  
 

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1 hour ago, Lhorn said:

"The homeles [sic] people we invited took away all the food at the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone,” the person tweeted. “We need more food to keep the area operational. please if possible bring vegan meat substitutes, fruits, oats, soy products, etc. – anything to help us eat.”

Sounds like an episode of "Portlandia".

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1 minute ago, Gucci_Suit said:

This shit is gold. I can’t even believe this is real. White social media kids have finally done it! They told their parents to fuck off. Created a tree house society in the middle of the city. I wanted to do that in 1987, when I was 10. Will they have monkey butlers and drink kombucha out of coconuts? I can’t wait to see.  
 

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Whoaaa, WTF Dabo?

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7 minutes ago, workswithseed said:

At 15:14 a threat of blowing brains out. 

yeah they should know better, only police can threaten violence and kill without consequence

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Posted (edited)
9 minutes ago, Brothahorn said:

Whoaaa, WTF Dabo?

Not familiar with Simpsons I guess? Lord of flies episode? 

Fuck Dabo, btw. Sleeps with his mother and most likely racist  

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14 minutes ago, Captainant said:

yeah they should know better, only police can threaten violence and kill without consequence

My favorite line is " hit the corner and let's have a peaceful hand to hand combat" at 25:13.

 

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lmfao the homeles swooped in stole all their food, now there are calls to bring in food.  this is classic 2020

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2 hours ago, Lhorn said:

Lol

“The homeles [sic] people we invited took away all the food at the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone,” the person tweeted. “We need more food to keep the area operational. please if possible bring vegan meat substitutes, fruits, oats, soy products, etc. – anything to help us eat.”

So create an area all to yourselves, and then beg for handouts.  Beautiful.

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2 minutes ago, workswithseed said:

My favorite line is " hit the corner and let's have a peaceful hand to hand combat" at 25:13.

 

Can you imagine the NERVE of those protesters to bring RIFLES to their protest???

Also the other videos that account has uploaded to their channel are uh, not great lol. Not sure if I'd like to that as an honest source of what's happening in a political protest.

But don't let me pop your safe space bubble

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26 minutes ago, Gucci_Suit said:

This shit is gold. I can’t even believe this is real. White social media kids have finally done it! They told their parents to fuck off. Created a tree house society in the middle of the city. I wanted to do that in 1987, when I was 10. Will they have monkey butlers and drink kombucha out of coconuts? I can’t wait to see.  
 

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I think it ends more like Lord of the Flies but with cell phones and starbucks coffee

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Edit: Nevermind, news story spelled it wrong.

Edited by clapclapclap
Instead I shall laugh at Captain Antifa's frequent freak outs.

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1 hour ago, ChickenSandwich said:

this would be the first "political" post on the thread.  Humans have the ability to discuss a subject without shitting all over it with their partisan views.

there were at least 2 before that one.

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1 hour ago, clapclapclap said:

https://medium.com/@seattleblmanon3/the-demands-of-the-collective-black-voices-at-free-capitol-hill-to-the-government-of-seattle-ddaee51d3e47

THE DEMANDS OF THE COLLECTIVE BLACK VOICES AT FREE CAPITOL HILL TO THE GOVERNMENT OF SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

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We demand the hospitals and care facilities of Seattle employ black doctors and nurses specifically to help care for black patients.

 

Not sure about the good people of Seattle, but I want my Doctor to be competent. I could give a shit what his race/color/favorite football team is.

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1 hour ago, dcar00 said:

We demand the hospitals and care facilities of Seattle employ black doctors and nurses specifically to help care for black patients.

They also demand that there be separate, colored-only water fountains. 

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1 hour ago, stone oak said:

But muh rights!

I live up here.  Give me ten cops and four red necks and I’ll clear those 7 blocks.  These people are lovers not fighters

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2 hours ago, Lhorn said:

Lol

“The homeles [sic] people we invited took away all the food at the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone,” the person tweeted. “We need more food to keep the area operational. please if possible bring vegan meat substitutes, fruits, oats, soy products, etc. – anything to help us eat.”

"This is so different from mom and dad's basement.  All I had to do is make some noise and they'd send more food..."

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2 minutes ago, closetohumping said:

I live up here.  Give me ten cops and four red necks and I’ll clear those 7 blocks.  These people are lovers not fighters

Well no shit. Cops are killers.

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