To: Timber Rattler
A witness had called security to report that the family was acting suspiciously, peering into various cars in the museums parking lot. Hill told police she and her 8-year-old grandson Aaron were checking out license plates around the lot to see how far some visitors had traveled.
My son was excited to see different state license plates, especially the Alaska plate he saw on the way in, 31-year-old Wendy Hill told police. We drove the lot to see if he missed any before we left to go home. That was when we were stopped.
Message to the Slaves: Don't teach your children to be intellectually curious. Teach them to obey!
posted on 04/11/2014 5:11:52 AM PDT
by Flick Lives
("I can't believe it's not Fascism!")
To: Flick Lives
Fort Hood #1 - “Why was Army security so lax?> How did this happen?!?”
Navy Yard - “Why was Navy security so lax? How did this person have access to the base (where he worked)?”
Fort Hood #2 - “Why was the Army security so lax? Don’t they know that Army bases are targets?”
Dayton - Wright Patterson Air Base - “Why are you harassing this poor family just because you thought they were driving a stolen car?”
posted on 04/11/2014 5:19:39 AM PDT
by Haiku Guy
(Health Care Haiku: If You Have a Right / To the Labor I Provide / I Must Be Your Slave)
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