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(WAVY Virginia)   Anti-vaccine activist who was arrested after she repeatedly refused orders by police to leave a playground that had been closed because of the pandemic has apologized, meaning six more weeks of quarantine   (wavy.com) divider line
    More: Asinine, Common cold, Influenza, Idaho, Activism, Protest, Symptoms, Week-day names, Sara Brady  
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2020-04-27 7:13:20 AM  
When the Coronavirus vaccine is finally available it's going to be glorious watching all these people wearing homemade disguises while waiting in line to get science'd.
 
2020-04-27 7:13:40 AM  
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/still would
 
2020-04-27 7:32:24 AM  
She mugshots well.
 
2020-04-27 7:39:18 AM  

Karma Chameleon: [Fark user image image 340x192]

/still would


Without the threat of long term child support payments, you'd be crazy not to.
 
2020-04-27 7:44:40 AM  
Much to my surprise, there she was sittin in the playground. A little bleary, worse for wear and tear, was a girl with far away eyes

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2020-04-27 7:45:14 AM  

tuxq: Karma Chameleon: [Fark user image image 340x192]

/still would

Without the threat of long term child support payments, you'd be crazy not to.


Do you really want to spend all night listening to hot, sexy descriptions of her homemade remedies and her latest canning projects?  She's an antivaxer in Idaho.
 
2020-04-27 7:48:51 AM  

I May Be Crazy But...: tuxq: Karma Chameleon: [Fark user image image 340x192]

/still would

Without the threat of long term child support payments, you'd be crazy not to.

Do you really want to spend all night listening to hot, sexy descriptions of her homemade remedies and her latest canning projects?  She's an antivaxer in Idaho.


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Sure. I can handle it.
 
2020-04-27 7:49:52 AM  

Karma Chameleon: [Fark user image image 340x192]

/still would


No.
 
2020-04-27 7:50:16 AM  

Mr. Coffee Nerves: When the Coronavirus vaccine is finally available it's going to be glorious watching all these people wearing homemade disguises while waiting in line to get science'd.


"We require that all previous inoculations and vaccinations be current. I see from your medical records that you and your children are... well behind and have a religious waiver. Sorry. NEXT!"
 
2020-04-27 7:51:37 AM  
I think the more important question is how a station in Idaho got the call letters WAVY and not a city on a coast?
 
2020-04-27 7:53:14 AM  
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2020-04-27 7:57:26 AM  

wingnut396: I think the more important question is how a station in Idaho got the call letters WAVY and not a city on a coast?


It's a station in Portsmouth, VA.

Station call letters west of the Mighty Missisip' start with a K, as in potassium, which potatoes are high in.
 
2020-04-27 7:57:53 AM  
Imagine a world where people just stop being assholes, it's easy if you try.
 
2020-04-27 7:58:38 AM  
Thinner the eye brows the crazier the juice.
 
2020-04-27 8:03:16 AM  

Lochsteppe: wingnut396: I think the more important question is how a station in Idaho got the call letters WAVY and not a city on a coast?

It's a station in Portsmouth, VA.

Station call letters west of the Mighty Missisip' start with a K, as in potassium, which potatoes are high in.


True, forgot about the direction of the W-K break.   All is well then.
 
2020-04-27 8:03:59 AM  

wingnut396: I think the more important question is how a station in Idaho got the call letters WAVY and not a city on a coast?


If it makes you any happier it's actually out of Norfolk, VA, and not Idaho.  Does Idaho even have radio/tv stations?  I don't think you can build transmitters out of potatoes.
 
2020-04-27 8:09:41 AM  

i ignore u: wingnut396: I think the more important question is how a station in Idaho got the call letters WAVY and not a city on a coast?

If it makes you any happier it's actually out of Norfolk, VA, and not Idaho.  Does Idaho even have radio/tv stations?  I don't think you can build transmitters out of potatoes.


You can run a sweet AI though.

GlaDOS the potato ... - Portal 2 Gameplay
Youtube ZVSbJQuPouw
 
2020-04-27 8:15:02 AM  
I looked at the comments on Fox News for this article.

They're comparing the cops who arrested her to the SS and saying this is Orwell's 1984 coming to pass.

The scary thing is some of them are probably serious.
 
2020-04-27 8:17:24 AM  

My Sober Alt: I looked at the comments on Fox News for this article.

They're comparing the cops who arrested her to the SS and saying this is Orwell's 1984 coming to pass.

The scary thing is some of them are probably serious.


These are the same guys ok with the police\government shooting minorities, or telling women what they can do with their bodies.

I have always wanted to ask these people, do they know they are stupid, or are they so gripped in the Dunning Kruger effect that they are unaware of how dumb they are?
 
2020-04-27 8:19:26 AM  

agent00pi: i ignore u: wingnut396: I think the more important question is how a station in Idaho got the call letters WAVY and not a city on a coast?

If it makes you any happier it's actually out of Norfolk, VA, and not Idaho.  Does Idaho even have radio/tv stations?  I don't think you can build transmitters out of potatoes.

You can run a sweet AI though.

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Just replayed that a few weeks ago. Terrific game the first time around, but low replay value, even after five years.
 
2020-04-27 8:23:59 AM  

My Sober Alt: I looked at the comments on Fox News for this article.

They're comparing the cops who arrested her to the SS and saying this is Orwell's 1984 coming to pass.

The scary thing is some of them are probably serious.


And 99.9% of them haven't read any Orwell and are just citing him and 1984 because they know it means something bad.
 
2020-04-27 8:28:16 AM  

CarnySaur: [Fark user image image 634x526]


"Legalize motherhood"?

WTF does that even mean?!
 
2020-04-27 8:29:25 AM  
You know how they make kids take care of eggs to show the realities of parenthood?  New Idea:  Have kids going in to high school 'quarantine; with six eggs over the summer.  Can't go anywhere and have to come up with activities for the eggs.

Don't worry, there's still the loophole, fellas.  And if you convince them a BJ is a form of female empowerment, bingo!
 
2020-04-27 8:32:13 AM  

MycroftHolmes: My Sober Alt: I looked at the comments on Fox News for this article.

They're comparing the cops who arrested her to the SS and saying this is Orwell's 1984 coming to pass.

The scary thing is some of them are probably serious.

These are the same guys ok with the police\government shooting minorities, or telling women what they can do with their bodies.

I have always wanted to ask these people, do they know they are stupid, or are they so gripped in the Dunning Kruger effect that they are unaware of how dumb they are?


The model allows for "Mount Stupid". I have to think they live there.
 
2020-04-27 8:35:12 AM  

dsmith42: My Sober Alt: I looked at the comments on Fox News for this article.

They're comparing the cops who arrested her to the SS and saying this is Orwell's 1984 coming to pass.

The scary thing is some of them are probably serious.

And 99.9% of them haven't read any Orwell and are just citing him and 1984 because they know it means something bad.


If they did, they might be quite surprised that they are backing the wrong party
 
2020-04-27 8:56:10 AM  
Does arresting her really serve a purpose beyond following the Eric Cartman manual on policing?  The point of social distancing and closing playgrounds is so people don't form up in groups and spread the disease. How does arresting someone and taking them through that whole process mesh with that intent?  Wouldn't a graduated fine with the threat of a future court date (and potential post pandemic arrest) served generally the same purpose?

I get that you need to enforce the rules otherwise everyone will start ignoring them, but at the end of the day, who put more people at risk of coming into contact with the virus the person at the playground or the police?
 
2020-04-27 8:56:18 AM  
A wild Karen has appeared
 
2020-04-27 9:00:36 AM  

lithven: Does arresting her really serve a purpose beyond following the Eric Cartman manual on policing?  The point of social distancing and closing playgrounds is so people don't form up in groups and spread the disease. How does arresting someone and taking them through that whole process mesh with that intent?  Wouldn't a graduated fine with the threat of a future court date (and potential post pandemic arrest) served generally the same purpose?

I get that you need to enforce the rules otherwise everyone will start ignoring them, but at the end of the day, who put more people at risk of coming into contact with the virus the person at the playground or the police?


I mean.. you answered your own question. There's no 'but' about it. The parents there put everyone involved at risk.
 
2020-04-27 9:02:05 AM  

lithven: Does arresting her really serve a purpose beyond following the Eric Cartman manual on policing?  The point of social distancing and closing playgrounds is so people don't form up in groups and spread the disease. How does arresting someone and taking them through that whole process mesh with that intent?  Wouldn't a graduated fine with the threat of a future court date (and potential post pandemic arrest) served generally the same purpose?

I get that you need to enforce the rules otherwise everyone will start ignoring them, but at the end of the day, who put more people at risk of coming into contact with the virus the person at the playground or the police?


I mean, she basically forced them to arrest her.
 
2020-04-27 9:14:40 AM  
Is this the one where the arresting officer was doxxed really quick and the morons showed up at his house?
 
2020-04-27 9:29:23 AM  

rudemix: Is this the one where the arresting officer was doxxed really quick and the morons showed up at his house?


Just speaking from experience having a police officer as a close friend...it's a really bad idea to show up angry at a stranger's house. Especially when they're armed and are constantly aware that people may seek to do them harm due to their profession and public interaction.
 
2020-04-27 9:40:03 AM  

aagrajag: CarnySaur: [Fark user image image 634x526]

"Legalize motherhood"?

WTF does that even mean?!


I suspect he wants things back where they were in the 50s, where Mom stayed home with the kids, Dad earned a princely salary just for being born white and showing up to work, and minorities knew their place.

/yes, I speak Derp
//now I need a shower
 
2020-04-27 9:51:11 AM  

Mr. Coffee Nerves: When the Coronavirus vaccine is finally available it's going to be glorious watching all these people wearing homemade disguises while waiting in line to get science'd.


I love me some vaccines.  But I'm definitely going to pass on the super-rushed vaccine being pushed out of panic.  You guys can enjoy your Guillan Barre syndrome.
 
2020-04-27 9:56:04 AM  

lithven: Does arresting her really serve a purpose beyond following the Eric Cartman manual on policing?  The point of social distancing and closing playgrounds is so people don't form up in groups and spread the disease. How does arresting someone and taking them through that whole process mesh with that intent?  Wouldn't a graduated fine with the threat of a future court date (and potential post pandemic arrest) served generally the same purpose?

I get that you need to enforce the rules otherwise everyone will start ignoring them, but at the end of the day, who put more people at risk of coming into contact with the virus the person at the playground or the police?


There's a video out there of her arrest. She's with a group of mothers who decided a taped up, closed,playground was free for them to meet up and let their kids mingle and instead of leaving like the cop asked them, this lady in particular chose this hill to die on.
 
2020-04-27 10:09:35 AM  

tuxq: rudemix: Is this the one where the arresting officer was doxxed really quick and the morons showed up at his house?

Just speaking from experience having a police officer as a close friend...it's a really bad idea to show up angry at a stranger's house. Especially when they're armed and are constantly aware that people may seek to do them harm due to their profession and public interaction.


How about if that person is also well versed with the laws around the use of lethal force, and has many friends and contacts in the law enforcement community.

Seems like doxxing a police officer is a good way of increasing the communities average IQ.
 
2020-04-27 10:18:38 AM  

Mr. Coffee Nerves: When the Coronavirus vaccine is finally available it's going to be glorious watching all these people wearing homemade disguises while waiting in line to get science'd.


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2020-04-27 10:32:05 AM  
They got her name wrong in the article... Pretty sure it was Karen
 
2020-04-27 10:37:01 AM  

lithven: Does arresting her really serve a purpose beyond following the Eric Cartman manual on policing?  The point of social distancing and closing playgrounds is so people don't form up in groups and spread the disease. How does arresting someone and taking them through that whole process mesh with that intent?  Wouldn't a graduated fine with the threat of a future court date (and potential post pandemic arrest) served generally the same purpose?

I get that you need to enforce the rules otherwise everyone will start ignoring them, but at the end of the day, who put more people at risk of coming into contact with the virus the person at the playground or the police?


"I mean, 'e didn't want to nail my 'ead to the floor, I 'ad to insist! 'E wanted to let me off!"  Stig O'Tracey
 
2020-04-27 10:41:29 AM  

lithven: Does arresting her really serve a purpose beyond following the Eric Cartman manual on policing?  The point of social distancing and closing playgrounds is so people don't form up in groups and spread the disease. How does arresting someone and taking them through that whole process mesh with that intent?  Wouldn't a graduated fine with the threat of a future court date (and potential post pandemic arrest) served generally the same purpose?

I get that you need to enforce the rules otherwise everyone will start ignoring them, but at the end of the day, who put more people at risk of coming into contact with the virus the person at the playground or the police?


No idiot anti vax moms, no police.
 
2020-04-27 11:00:09 AM  

MagSeven: There's a video out there of her arrest. She's with a group of mothers who decided a taped up, closed,playground was free for them to meet up and let their kids mingle and instead of leaving like the cop asked them, this lady in particular chose this hill to die on.


It was actually a publicity stunt staged by a group affiliated with the Branch Dildoians.
 
2020-04-27 12:03:12 PM  
Maybe little volunteer work with people that are sick might be in order. No need for PPV after all its a fake.
 
2020-04-27 12:03:52 PM  

I May Be Crazy But...: tuxq: Karma Chameleon: [Fark user image image 340x192]

/still would

Without the threat of long term child support payments, you'd be crazy not to.

Do you really want to spend all night listening to hot, sexy descriptions of her homemade remedies and her latest canning projects?  She's an antivaxer in Idaho.


Isn't that what ball gags are for?


/self-reported
 
2020-04-27 12:11:43 PM  

rudemix: Is this the one where the arresting officer was doxxed really quick and the morons showed up at his house?


Yes but it's even better than that.  This is the one where the attention whore is married to a police officer and has a stunning dress to show her support for law enforcement.

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She's also the one who likes to get dressed up and pretend to be a cop

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And after she was arrested, she had no problem with her dumb group protesting outside of the arresting officer's home, requiring police protection

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Now she is faking an apology, stating

"I never thought a knee-jerk comment made to you out of frustration, by me wanting my kids to play at a park, would create such a divide amongst our friends, family, community, the state of Idaho, our nation and the world"

This is, of course, unadulterated BS.  Sarah Brady wanted to be arrested.  She loves the attention and this was planned.  That's why she said cried out to call the Idaho Freedom Federation while she was getting arrested, supposedly in the heat of the moment.  She's full of shiat and I hate her even more for sympathizing with the Meridian Police, who are normally douchenozzles that like to arrest people for possession of small amounts of marijuana.

/lives in Meridian
//it sucks
 
2020-04-27 7:57:10 PM  
Here's a video of her being annoying and detained:

Meridian Idaho police arresting mom for not complying with officers
Youtube R-B1qujVjNE
 
2020-04-28 7:44:09 AM  

lithven: Does arresting her really serve a purpose beyond following the Eric Cartman manual on policing?  The point of social distancing and closing playgrounds is so people don't form up in groups and spread the disease. How does arresting someone and taking them through that whole process mesh with that intent?  Wouldn't a graduated fine with the threat of a future court date (and potential post pandemic arrest) served generally the same purpose?

I get that you need to enforce the rules otherwise everyone will start ignoring them, but at the end of the day, who put more people at risk of coming into contact with the virus the person at the playground or the police?


She wasn't arrested for being in the playground. She was arrested for repeatedly refusing orders to leave it.
 
2020-04-28 7:45:38 AM  

Lochsteppe: wingnut396: I think the more important question is how a station in Idaho got the call letters WAVY and not a city on a coast?

It's a station in Portsmouth, VA.

Station call letters west of the Mighty Missisip' start with a K, as in potassium, which potatoes are high in.


Like KDKA in Pittsburgh PA.
 
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