Tuesday, November 21, 2006

They'll Be Smoking the Tea, I Presume?

Here's an announcement of a modern-day Boston Tea Party:

For these and many more reasons, we cast this book of DECEIT into the Boston Harbor. Join us in carrying out our patriotic duty to REJECT THE TYRANNY OF LIES AND OMISIONS (sic). We deem this work to be TREASON INK (sic)!: The 9/11 "Omission" Report is not worthy of respect, not worthy of the founding ideals of our nation and therefore it should be drowned in the mighty sea of Truth!


Like Boston Harbor isn't polluted enough?

16 Comments:

At 21 November, 2006 09:56, Blogger tym said...

I am so there! Must.find.friend.with.video.camera.

 
At 21 November, 2006 09:59, Blogger tym said...

Also, I wonder if they realize that throwing a book into the harbor is littering and is grounds for a steepass fine when the cops are called by me and are aware of the logic behind this "protest"

Boston cops are thugs too! This will be hillarious. They killed some college kid for standing on a street corner when we won the pennnant two years ago.

 
At 21 November, 2006 10:08, Anonymous Anonymous said...

tym,

Boston cops are thugs too! This will be hillarious. They killed some college kid for standing on a street corner when we won the pennnant two years ago.

If you are going to reference a tragedy like that poor girl, could you do justice to the story? It was an accident. She was hit by a tear gas cannister.

Your glibness about it really makes me wonder about your sense of morality.

 
At 21 November, 2006 10:26, Blogger tym said...

Actually it wasn't a teargas cannister. It was bean-bag pellet designed to stun that hit her in the eye.

As far as my knowledge of the story, I was about 30 feet away and saw the whole fucking thing. Blinding firing a weapon like that at head-level towards a relatively uncrowded section of a mob where there wasn't any real reason to be firing (it's not like she was next to people flipping over a car or the people climbing the back of the green monster) goes a little above and beyond an accident.

 
At 21 November, 2006 10:31, Anonymous Anonymous said...

tym,

I stand corrected.

 
At 21 November, 2006 10:33, Blogger The Reverend Schmitt., FCD. said...

TREASON INK!

Wonder how many of them have actually read it? God knows absolutely none of them seem to have so much as skimmed the NIST report or NCSTAR studies.

 
At 21 November, 2006 10:34, Blogger The Reverend Schmitt., FCD. said...

TREASON INK!

God I just love that. TREASON INK!

 
At 21 November, 2006 10:39, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Either way, one of the pepper balls hit 21 year-old Emerson College student Victoria Snelgrove"

http://amerika.nu/amerika.php?id=174

So a pepper ball is a bean bag?

Did you seen what they looked like? I'm not challenging you, just interested.

 
At 21 November, 2006 10:51, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I talk Boston Police for Philly Police any day.

Philly cops let man commit suicide in back seat of cruiser.

 
At 21 November, 2006 12:24, Blogger default.xbe said...

i bet they wanted to burn the books but even they had to realize the connections that could be made there, lol

 
At 21 November, 2006 13:18, Blogger tym said...

I didn't get an up-close look, but they looked like little balls, that I thought were more for the impact effect of causing pain and either helping to weaken a person or driving em to want to leave.

I'll freely admit to prejudice with the Boston PD.....my first major encounter with em was seeing em randomly grab and club people after practically inciting a riot by themselves during a free Green Day show about 12 years ago....

I have friends with Philly stories who support the same basic thing.

Neither Boston nor Philly could hold a candle to UCLA library cops though

 
At 21 November, 2006 14:50, Blogger Alex said...

Oh come on, that UCLA punk SO deserved what he got.

 
At 21 November, 2006 18:14, Blogger shawn said...

Boston cops are thugs too! This will be hillarious. They killed some college kid for standing on a street corner when we won the pennnant two years ago.

She went to my school and I was nearby when it happened.

Were any of you actually outside Fenway during the celebration after the Sox won?

 
At 22 November, 2006 10:12, Blogger tym said...

Yep. I was. Watched the game at the old baseball tavern, then witnessed the insanity afterwards and hightailed it outta there when it started getting really fucking scary.

No offense, shawn. But over the last 3 of 4 years, I've sorta grown to hate your school because of the crazy shit that happens when carpetbagging sports fans get a wee bit too rowdy (BU too)

 
At 22 November, 2006 17:39, Blogger Simon Lazarus said...

Hey - did you notice that you had two posts from the Troothers, both of whom misspelled "omission"?

You would think, with all of the "omissions" in these "Troother" movies they would get the word spelled right.

Other words they should learn: lie, bullshit, psychosis.

 
At 23 November, 2006 18:43, Blogger shawn said...

No offense, shawn. But over the last 3 of 4 years, I've sorta grown to hate your school because of the crazy shit that happens when carpetbagging sports fans get a wee bit too rowdy (BU too)


None taken, I hated Emerson and ended up leaving. If I had known it was going to far-left losers I never would've done. (Not to mention seeing people who weren't Sox fans celebrate with the rest of us kinda spoiled it a bit, I grew up twenty minutes from Boston.)

 

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