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5 months 3 weeks ago #686425 by Tim Burg
Are you talking about those Trulley drinks?  


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5 months 3 weeks ago #686440 by Chris Lee
Not that I know of. 


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5 months 3 weeks ago #686503 by Stacy Craig
Anyone else up in arms about this whole racist police incident?  While I agree, if this is correct, the police should be held responsible.  But now there are reports that show that there might have not been as much over the top force used.  But the part that gets me, is all the people destroying their community over this, burning, stealing and harming property all around the U.S..  Much of which is owned by hard working people.  So now they are harming the livelihood of their neighbors.  Doesn't make sense??  


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5 months 3 weeks ago #686510 by Hassner
We have the same problem in South Africa.

We have a society that loves taking offense and take it out on mostly government buildings.
Municipalities, libraries, university buildings, even fire stations.
Billions of Rand (currency) damage every year. 


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5 months 3 weeks ago #686515 by Matt Benton
The problem that Stacy is talking about, these idiots are destroying small businesses and not just government buildings.  Very bad, they are harming the small businesses at possibly the worst time (businesses down already with Covid pandemic).  


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5 months 3 weeks ago #686517 by Stacy Craig
Agree, it's so sad.  But why all the riots?  Just prosecute the officers like anyone else who commits a crime like this.  When a black man kills an white person, do you see white people rioting and destroying property?  No.  I'm disgusted with all the racial nonsense.  It's simple, a police officer killed someone, he needs to pay the price.  Why should communities and others pay the price for this officers mistake?  

BS if you ask me.  


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5 months 3 weeks ago #686519 by JaneK
As I see it, for the last 3 months, as humans many of our 'freedoms' have been taken away from us because of Covid lockdowns.  So, I think people are more sensitive these days.  This man lost 100% of his freedom/life wrongfully.  This officer was very wrong, but society is just exhausted and this pushed many over the top.  

That's my 2 cents. 

It doesn't make anyone actions right.  It's very bad and unfortunate.  


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5 months 3 weeks ago #686528 by Hassner
People without a voice has the need to be heard.
Criminals took advantage at the time of outrage.


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5 months 3 weeks ago #686535 by Scuba Mike
Just watching that the police officer who killed that guy was arrested on murder charges.  


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5 months 3 weeks ago #686541 by JaneK
Did they open your beaches yet bad kitty? 


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5 months 3 weeks ago #686543 by Hassner
No, Pinkie.  :(  
Still can not walk the dog on the secluded beach. 


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5 months 3 weeks ago #686545 by JaneK

Hassner wrote: No, Pinkie.  :(  
Still can not walk the dog on the secluded beach. 



Aren't they opening up soon?


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5 months 3 weeks ago #686547 by Hassner
We expected beaches to open, as summer is pass and people only walk along the beach. Exercise time changed to 6am-6pm, but STILL no walking on the beach. The exercise time 6-9am was criticised as places like beach promenades were crowded, so govt got the message.
See, here the common sense comes from the people. Govt is too busy looting.
Within the 25 years since apartheid, govt looted us into junk status. (Higher paybacks on Govt loans, which is even a bigger burden on the taxes.)  


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5 months 3 weeks ago #686556 by Ben Vanderbilt
What's funny is till this, in 17 years in this neighborhood, there are were neighbors I had never met.  Now everyone is out walking and I have met them all.  


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5 months 3 weeks ago #686579 by JaneK
Ha, I know what you are talking about!  So much walking these days.  


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