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Arrests in USA because of kissing and dancing in public place - Madness in the USA

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#1
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or a bunch of dicks who purposely went out to cause trouble (hence the camera) and a disturbance at a memorial?
#3
they got what they deserved, acting like fools
banned#4
Lucky they weren't gay and holding hands in Iran!
#5
I'd like to think the police over here would act in the same way if a bunch of idiots were dancing on any memorials here
#6
Get a room...or a jail cell.
#7
vinylandtrinkets
I'd like to think the police over here would act in the same way if a bunch of idiots were dancing on any memorials here


was that sarcasm?! or you being for real lmao?
#8
Mclovin
vinylandtrinkets
I'd like to think the police over here would act in the same way if a bunch of idiots were dancing on any memorials here


was that sarcasm?! or you being for real lmao?

no it wasnt sarcasm ! and why lmao?? thats the problem with people today they have little or no respect for others, for memorials, for gravestones, i could go on. i find the people in that video totally disrespectful
#9
Do you know who Thomas Jefferson was?
He was one of the most adamant supporters of the first ammendmant.

There is a difference between dancing on somebodies grave, and dancing at a publically funded memorial!

Edited By: Mclovin on Jun 15, 2011 13:43
banned#10
cdm22
or a bunch of dicks who purposely went out to cause trouble (hence the camera) and a disturbance at a memorial?


r4ge
they got what they deserved, acting like fools


vinylandtrinkets
I'd like to think the police over here would act in the same way if a bunch of idiots were dancing on any memorials here


http://dvdmedia.ign.com/dvd/image/footloose_6.jpg
#11
yes i know who he was, at the end of the say its a memorial funded by the taxpayers, same as lots of other memorials that deserve the respect . it makes no difference whether its this memorial or the cenotaph in London , both deserve equal respect,
#12
vinylandtrinkets
yes i know who he was, at the end of the say its a memorial funded by the taxpayers, same as lots of other memorials that deserve the respect . it makes no difference whether its this memorial or the cenotaph in London , both deserve equal respect,

so you dont think the man accredited with the origins of the freedom of speech would approve of people celebrating free speech at his memorial?

Just go play some more pokemon cards ;)


Edited By: Mclovin on Jun 15, 2011 13:49
#13
where does it say on the video or the news article that they were celebrating freedom of speech? and less of the personal digs there mate. you are the exact type of person i refer too, no respect for others with a different point of view.
#14
vinylandtrinkets
where does it say on the video or the news article that they were celebrating freedom of speech? and less of the personal digs there mate. you are the exact type of person i refer too, no respect for others with a different point of view.


where does it say they wasn;t?

lol

school boy error
#15
Alfonse
vinylandtrinkets
where does it say on the video or the news article that they were celebrating freedom of speech? and less of the personal digs there mate. you are the exact type of person i refer too, no respect for others with a different point of view.


where does it say they wasn;t?

lol

school boy error


thats the point it didnt say anything, just a bunch of idiots jumping around like fools that got arrested! simply really isnt it
banned#16
vinylandtrinkets
where does it say on the video or the news article that they were celebrating freedom of speech? .


Second paragraph

On May 28 Adam and other activists were arrested seconds after they started silently dancing in what they say was a celebration of the first amendment's champion.



Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
#17
vinylandtrinkets
where does it say on the video or the news article that they were celebrating freedom of speech? and less of the personal digs there mate. you are the exact type of person i refer too, no respect for others with a different point of view.


I have respect for others points of view, but only if their views are educated.

in the first 5 seconds of the video it talks about freedom of speech and as F&F said, in the article itself.

The point is, their constitution gives them the right to free speech and peaceful protest. Just because someone decided to change a law ( which is what the protest was about) cannot make it so, the constitution must always be upheld.


Dancing, to me at least - doesnt scream 'violent' and unpeaceful behaviour.
Maybe to you it does? Maybe if we dressed them up in yellow suits with ears and got them to sing this song you would approve?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKofewfeSoY



Edited By: Mclovin on Jun 15, 2011 14:04
#18
vinylandtrinkets
Alfonse
vinylandtrinkets
where does it say on the video or the news article that they were celebrating freedom of speech? and less of the personal digs there mate. you are the exact type of person i refer too, no respect for others with a different point of view.


where does it say they wasn;t?

lol

school boy error


thats the point it didnt say anything, just a bunch of idiots jumping around like fools that got arrested! simply really isnt it


yes, the violence and public disorder was just OTT, point made was that kissing or dancing is still an expression of freedom, I don't deny that the event was designed to test this, hence the program Adam Vs The Man. However, the police were very keen to physically split the couple up for kissing, kinda sad really, land of brave and home of the 'possibly' free.
#19
vinylandtrinkets
Alfonse
vinylandtrinkets
where does it say on the video or the news article that they were celebrating freedom of speech? and less of the personal digs there mate. you are the exact type of person i refer too, no respect for others with a different point of view.


where does it say they wasn;t?

lol

school boy error


thats the point it didnt say anything, just a bunch of idiots jumping around like fools that got arrested! simply really isnt it


lol pwned
#20
thanks for that i missed that FAF but this wasnt a peaceful celebration was it , they set out to cause problems, you've only got to listen to the comments made by the guy with the hat at the end, why else would they have taken a camera crew with them?
Im sorry that some of the people posting on here think this is appropriate behaviour, thats its acceptable to cause a disturbance and have such little respect or thought for others, but i wasnt brought up to be this way
#21
vinylandtrinkets
thanks for that i missed that FAF but this wasnt a peaceful celebration was it , they set out to cause problems, you've only got to listen to the comments made by the guy with the hat at the end, why else would they have taken a camera crew with them?
Im sorry that some of the people posting on here think this is appropriate behaviour, thats its acceptable to cause a disturbance and have such little respect or thought for others, but i wasnt brought up to be this way


what was this disruption you speak of?
#22
Mclovin
vinylandtrinkets
where does it say on the video or the news article that they were celebrating freedom of speech? and less of the personal digs there mate. you are the exact type of person i refer too, no respect for others with a different point of view.


I have respect for others points of view, but only if their views are educated.

in the first 5 seconds of the video it talks about freedom of speech and as F&F said, in the article itself.

The point is, their constitution gives them the right to free speech and peaceful protest. Just because someone decided to change a law ( which is what the protest was about) cannot make it so, the constitution must always be upheld.


Dancing, to me at least - doesnt scream 'violent' and unpeaceful behaviour.
Maybe to you it does? Maybe if we dressed them up in yellow suits with ears and got them to sing this song you would approve?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKofewfeSoY




lol no i think they'd have been ok if they had dressed up as a 6ft mouse singing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61ZoKsU0OAQ
they only like this mouse
#23
Alfonse
vinylandtrinkets
thanks for that i missed that FAF but this wasnt a peaceful celebration was it , they set out to cause problems, you've only got to listen to the comments made by the guy with the hat at the end, why else would they have taken a camera crew with them?
Im sorry that some of the people posting on here think this is appropriate behaviour, thats its acceptable to cause a disturbance and have such little respect or thought for others, but i wasnt brought up to be this way


what was this disruption you speak of?

you are joking right? did you actually watch the video? did you not see them close the memorial at the end? did you not hear the guy ranting?
#24
vinylandtrinkets
Alfonse
vinylandtrinkets
thanks for that i missed that FAF but this wasnt a peaceful celebration was it , they set out to cause problems, you've only got to listen to the comments made by the guy with the hat at the end, why else would they have taken a camera crew with them?
Im sorry that some of the people posting on here think this is appropriate behaviour, thats its acceptable to cause a disturbance and have such little respect or thought for others, but i wasnt brought up to be this way


what was this disruption you speak of?

you are joking right? did you actually watch the video? did you not see them close the memorial at the end? did you not hear the guy ranting?


yes, in the post event protest, but the initial disruption which was so bad that the police had to intervene in the very first instance.

think about it
#25
Alfonse
vinylandtrinkets
Alfonse
vinylandtrinkets
thanks for that i missed that FAF but this wasnt a peaceful celebration was it , they set out to cause problems, you've only got to listen to the comments made by the guy with the hat at the end, why else would they have taken a camera crew with them?
Im sorry that some of the people posting on here think this is appropriate behaviour, thats its acceptable to cause a disturbance and have such little respect or thought for others, but i wasnt brought up to be this way


what was this disruption you speak of?

you are joking right? did you actually watch the video? did you not see them close the memorial at the end? did you not hear the guy ranting?


yes, in the post event protest, but the initial disruption which was so bad that the police had to intervene in the very first instance.

think about it

thats the problem hun, we dont know why the police where called, was there something more to this before the camera crew started filming/edited out? something must have happened or else why call the police, guess we will never know.
#26
vinylandtrinkets
Alfonse
vinylandtrinkets
Alfonse
vinylandtrinkets
thanks for that i missed that FAF but this wasnt a peaceful celebration was it , they set out to cause problems, you've only got to listen to the comments made by the guy with the hat at the end, why else would they have taken a camera crew with them?
Im sorry that some of the people posting on here think this is appropriate behaviour, thats its acceptable to cause a disturbance and have such little respect or thought for others, but i wasnt brought up to be this way


what was this disruption you speak of?

you are joking right? did you actually watch the video? did you not see them close the memorial at the end? did you not hear the guy ranting?


yes, in the post event protest, but the initial disruption which was so bad that the police had to intervene in the very first instance.

think about it

thats the problem hun, we dont know why the police where called, was there something more to this before the camera crew started filming/edited out? something must have happened or else why call the police, guess we will never know.


hang on, you've already done guess work in this thread, ffs hyprocrite
#27
im not a hypocrite at all, i just said what i thought about the video and the people in it.
#28
vinylandtrinkets
where does it say on the video or the news article that they were celebrating freedom of speech? and less of the personal digs there mate. you are the exact type of person i refer too, no respect for others with a different point of view.




vinylandtrinkets
im not a hypocrite at all, i just said what i thought about the video and the people in it.



oh really
1 Like #29
They should do this with Morris Dancers too! :p

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