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Why do people think rioting is a good way to protest?

#1AceVanquishPosted 7/17/2013 8:38:48 PM
Like, your solution to end stereotypes against black people, is confirm all of them? Doesn't make sense.
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#2OrcaPosted 7/17/2013 8:41:10 PM
Madfoot killed a guy for having a "Justice for Trayvon" sticker on his car.
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#3goatthiefPosted 7/17/2013 8:41:20 PM
Why do people like Ace keep trolling this board? Don't you have something more amusing to do? I mean the steam summer sale is in full f***ing swing.
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#4kpearwutPosted 7/17/2013 8:41:21 PM
It's not for the cause, but for the free televisions and nikes...
#5AceVanquish(Topic Creator)Posted 7/17/2013 8:42:53 PM
goatthief posted...
Why do people like Ace keep trolling this board? Don't you have something more amusing to do? I mean the steam summer sale is in full f***ing swing.

Why do you call everyone who disagrees with you a troll?
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#6NoAmnestyEverPosted 7/17/2013 8:44:03 PM
Cause if we cause hundreds of thousands of dollars in property damage and drive up taxes for everyone, it will make up for Zimmerman getting acquitted.
#7goatthiefPosted 7/17/2013 8:47:00 PM
AceVanquish posted...
goatthief posted...
Why do people like Ace keep trolling this board? Don't you have something more amusing to do? I mean the steam summer sale is in full f***ing swing.

Why do you call everyone who disagrees with you a troll?


There is an important distinction between people who disagree with me and trolls. For instance, TRJ, wally, and atmasaber are people who I disagree with on a frequent basis and I do not consider them trolls. On the other side of the coin, I often agree with BBT and Orca and consider them trolls too.

No, I consider you a troll because you post with the intent to piss off everyone else on the board, not because you are a user of differing opinion.
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#8OrcaPosted 7/17/2013 8:47:13 PM
At least Madfoot has learned his lesson and not posted an easily debunkable link this time. He just didn't bother with a link at all.
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#9NoAmnestyEverPosted 7/17/2013 8:57:53 PM
http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-zimmerman-protests-oakland-la-20130716,0,3377984.story

..What began as a peaceful protest in South L.A.s Leimert Park escalated Monday after officials said a group of about 150 people splintered off and headed down Crenshaw Boulevard and neighboring streets, smashing windows, lighting fireworks and surrounding cars.

Cuauhtemoc Negrete, 22, who was at the rally in Leimert Park, said he later was robbed and threatened by one of the rogue groups. He said he also saw people assaulted as they waited for a bus at Vernon Avenue and Crenshaw Boulevard.

He broke down in tears Monday as he expressed frustration over the protests. Why does it always have to go down this road? he said.

Other witnesses recalled chaos after vandals made their way inside a Wal-Mart in Crenshaw Plaza, storming the store before security guards were able to close the gates. A short time later, Los Angeles Police Department officers wearing helmets and carrying batons arrived.

Lali Castillo, 21, of Glendale said she saw people come inside the store and begin throwing merchandise -- mostly clothing -- onto the ground. Some tried to break open the glass jewelry displays on the first floor, she said.

She and her family quickly got in their car and left.

Tanya Williams, 55, of Inglewood, and her daughter Erica Williams, 28, were shopping on the second floor when they heard people run into the store, screaming. They also saw protesters try to break the glass jewelry cabinets.

I was scared, Tanya Williams said.

The women said they saw clothes on the floor and a little girl crying...
#10AceVanquish(Topic Creator)Posted 7/17/2013 9:01:08 PM
NoAmnestyEver posted...
Tanya Williams, 55, of Inglewood, and her daughter Erica Williams, 28, were shopping on the second floor when they heard people run into the store, screaming. They also saw protesters try to break the glass jewelry cabinets.

"protesters"

lol
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