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(10 News)   Writing on the sidewalks with chalk? Oh yeah, that's good for 13 yrs in PMITA prison   (10news.com) divider line 157
    More: Asinine, Jeff Olson, convicts, sidewalks, Hillcrest  
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2013-06-26 04:03:53 PM  

Walker: According to Olson, one of the banks -- Bank of America -- said it cost them $6,000 to clean up the chalk writing.

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Well it's good to know they are spending our money wisely.

A reasonable business, when confronted by protestors, sucks it up and tries to work something out so they can go back to doing stuff.  A place like BofA run by people that belong in jail, gets really pissy.
 
2013-06-26 04:10:37 PM  
Wow, the guy with the big pushbroom and water that cleans the chalk drawings/advertisements outside the student union must be raking it in. I never knew cleaning chalk could be so expensive.

/Sounds like BoA is a little butthurt
 
2013-06-26 05:46:42 PM  
Cataholic:

Then you go with the plain dictionary meaning.  If it mars the appearance of something, it defaces it.

Your sophomoric, pseudo-authoritative quotation of statute is so intellectually vacuous IT IS MAKING MY TESTICLES CRAMP.
 
2013-06-26 06:40:04 PM  

OnlyM3: Thisbymaster

If people didn't have enough reason to hate BoA out of control government, here you go.

It's CA's liberal government pressing these charges, not BoA.


/ plenty of reasons to Hate BoA, this isn't one of them.


Yeah, a town where the airport is named after John Wayne is so liberal.

And in 10-20 years, this guy will be taking care of situations like this in America:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-cias-mystery-man-in-bagdad-salvador -s tyle-death-squads-in-iraq/5330445
 
2013-06-26 10:15:17 PM  
So, outside of the sensible exclusion of threatening harm to the jury and their families (or someone else out there), and promises of handsome payments for declaring someone not guilty, judges can prevent someone from using a line of defense? Ab-so-lute nonsense. Judges and prosecutors should not be on the same team.
 
2013-06-27 12:11:09 AM  

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First thing I thought of! Thanks.
 
2013-06-27 03:48:30 AM  
It's good to see that Americans are losing their illusions of democracy and are finally coming to accept the reality of their plutocracy.
 
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