Tuesday, May 1, 2012

No public services for you, either.

How about no public transportation, no public toilets, and refusal of service to everyone that can be tied to disruptions?  Too bad there's no way to turn off cell phone service to participants.  And any other service they use all the while protesting its existence.


  1. I don't see this as having an effect whatsoever.

  2. @agirl - No constructive effect. Just overtime for the cops who have to keep them corralled. And possible destruction of property.

  3. The crowd here in Anchorage seems (according to their web-page) to be limiting its activities to a city park in the heart of downtown. Seems the morons CAN learn.