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Old 06-14-2014, 12:31 PM
 
Location: San Antonio
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Old 06-14-2014, 01:59 PM
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Location: Cushing OK
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When they decided to protest in Moore OK, telling the residents that the May tornado was punishment from their god, the people of Moore decided to act. They made it a day for community activities. They had a picnic at the park. Every vacant lot in town was full of people. Almost every parking spot was filled up. Where they could park was a sign telling them they were not welcome. The came, drove around, parked and a couple of people snuck out and then back in the van. Then they drove away. You don't tell people that the deaths of their children were the punishment of god for their sins without a reaction. And they got one. Another town recently did much the same and they didn't even stop. The local news here showed them driving through, and out.
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Old 06-14-2014, 08:50 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles County, CA
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From the quick look I got I think they were given a police escort back to the airport.
The people who have identified themselves as cops whom Harrier has encountered here on the Alaska forum, a couple former cops in southern California who worked with Harrier in second careers as computer techs, one cop who was a leader in Harrier's church here in California, and at least one cop in Seattle whom Harrier met when he was in high school, are the only cops that Harrier truly respects.

There is one cop who posts on City Data who works in the Bay Area(San Francisco) who Harrier grudgingly respects, but he seems to have an entitlement attitude.

Then, there was the cop who busted Harrier for not wearing a seat belt, having an expired insurance card, and only having a rear license plate.

Harrier took the cop to court(on the seat belt infraction - since Harrier was wearing his seat belt - and the others were fix-it tickets) and lost, but at least the man complimented Harrier on his Bush/Cheney 2004 bumper sticker.

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Old 06-15-2014, 07:17 AM
 
Location: Whidbey Island, WA
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The people who have identified themselves as cops whom Harrier has encountered here on the Alaska forum, a couple former cops in southern California who worked with Harrier in second careers as computer techs, one cop who was a leader in Harrier's church here in California, and at least one cop in Seattle whom Harrier met when he was in high school, are the only cops that Harrier truly respects.

There is one cop who posts on City Data who works in the Bay Area(San Francisco) who Harrier grudgingly respects, but he seems to have an entitlement attitude.

Then, there was the cop who busted Harrier for not wearing a seat belt, having an expired insurance card, and only having a rear license plate.

Harrier took the cop to court(on the seat belt infraction - since Harrier was wearing his seat belt - and the others were fix-it tickets) and lost, but at least the man complimented Harrier on his Bush/Cheney 2004 bumper sticker.
Way to random.
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Old 06-15-2014, 08:57 AM
 
Location: Anchorage, Alaska
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The people who have identified themselves as cops whom Harrier has encountered here on the Alaska forum, a couple former cops in southern California who worked with Harrier in second careers as computer techs, one cop who was a leader in Harrier's church here in California, and at least one cop in Seattle whom Harrier met when he was in high school, are the only cops that Harrier truly respects.

There is one cop who posts on City Data who works in the Bay Area(San Francisco) who Harrier grudgingly respects, but he seems to have an entitlement attitude.

Then, there was the cop who busted Harrier for not wearing a seat belt, having an expired insurance card, and only having a rear license plate.

Harrier took the cop to court(on the seat belt infraction - since Harrier was wearing his seat belt - and the others were fix-it tickets) and lost, but at least the man complimented Harrier on his Bush/Cheney 2004 bumper sticker.
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