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Stink bombs and vandalism is not exactly 'non-violent'

Posted by: Mike Bacon ( Eat at BBQ Bob's, North TX, USA ) on February 24, 1999 at 13:36:26:

In Reply to: how very odd this conversation is! posted by ann on February 23, 1999 at 11:20:38:

: : Vala:
: : : Yes, your both so very strong and macho examples of the male gender. And as for your butch neighbour, I'm shaking in my boots, I really am.

: : Mike:

: ann:
: how very odd this conversation is!!
: so if someone makes a non violent protest (one i wouldn't do myself)it seems like Macdonald staff would offer physical violence in return.
: is that right or have i read it wrong?


You mean stink bombs and vandal acts aren't violent? What I was saying is there are things you just don't do. For instance, if you value your well-being, don't try to burglarize somebody's automobile or home. And also, don't aggravate McD customers by screwing their food up or forcing them to have to leave the joint. You bring whatever consequence of your actions on yourself.

Any more questions?


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