Y’all should have been nicer to him

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Yet I am here a chosen sample,
To show thy grace is great and ample;
I’m here a pillar o’ Thy temple,
Strong as a rock,
A guide, a buckler, and example,
To a’ Thy flock.

-Burns

 
 
 

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3 responses to “Y’all should have been nicer to him

  1. Anonymous

    Got this email from BPD WTF?

    Community: Burbank Police Reminds You to Report Suspicious Activity
    Dear Linda Muldoon,
    *This is a public service announcement. It is not in reference to any current or specific threat, nor is there any current threat. It is for informational purposes only.

    Have you ever wondered who to call, or what to do when you see something that just does not seem right, or makes you feel uncomfortable? This public service message contains tips on what to look for, what to do, and how to report suspicious activity.

    WHY REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITIES?

    With law enforcement and the community working together, we can help prevent terrorist activity in our neighborhoods. By now you’ve probably heard the saying, “If you see something, say something.”

    It is your awareness reported to police that can help predict and prevent attacks before they happen. Since 9/11, we can and must work together to prevent future attacks. It is always better to report behaviors and activities that do not seem right. Remember, it is all about behaviors and activities, not individuals.

    WHAT ACTIVITIES SHOULD I REPORT?

    Here are a few examples:

    – People drawing or measuring important buildings.
    – Strangers asking questions about security or building security procedures.
    – Briefcase, suitcase, backpack, or package left behind and unattended.
    – Cars or trucks left in “No Parking” zones in front of important or high-profile buildings.
    – Intruders in secure areas where they are not supposed to be.
    – A person wearing clothes that are too big and too hit for weather.
    – Chemical smell or fumes that worry you.
    – Questions about sensitive information such as building blueprints, security plans, or VIP travel schedules without a right or need to know.
    – Purchasing supplies or equipment that can be used to make explosive devices or weapons, without having proper credentials.

    Possible Scenarios –

    “There’s a chemical smell coming from my neighbor’s apartment.”

    “I! saw someone taking measurements. I don’t want to get them in trouble. What should I do? The activity may be repeated at a number of locations, and you may be reporting one piece of the puzzle.

    Maybe someone just forgot their backpack on the bus?
    – Do not check it yourself; it may be a test.

    Important Places to Watch:

    – Government buildings
    – Mass-gathering locations – parades, fairs, etc.
    – Religious facilities
    – Hotels
    – Amusement parks
    – Schools
    – Sports and entertainment venues
    – Shopping malls
    – High-rise buildings
    – Bridges
    – Theaters
    – Public Transportation

    To report suspicious activity, contact your local law enforcement agency and describe specifically what you observed, including:

    WHO or WHAT you saw;
    WHEN you saw it;
    WHERE it occurred;
    WHY it’s suspicious
    If there is an emergency, call 9-1-1

    Trust Your Instincts:
    If it doesn’t look right, report it.
    If it doesn’t smell right, report it.
    If it doesn’t sound right, report.
    We ALL play a role in keeping our community safe.
    For full details, view this message on the web.

    • semichorus

      Jesus H. Christ.

      Ginning up the fear and hatred they are. What we’re seeing is this outfit’s very creepy Id.

      And why now?

      M*A*G*A*!! Of course.

  2. Anonymous

    Maybe edit that receipant here also.

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