Megan Thomas told The Star Press on Sunday that she noticed the sign while walking with her niece. She said she was offended by the message, which she alleged was "vulgar, discriminatory to many different classes of people in our city. She said it also seemed to have been up ahead of a police brutality protest. "I was very ashamed that something so dividing was present in Muncie," she added.
Hey Megan - you're wrong. So shut up.
posted on 07/20/2016 8:22:36 PM PDT
(One who commands, must obey.)
I don’t do Fakebook so can’t read her stuff. Is she a student? That neighborhood is mostly student rentals.
A few years ago that liquor store painted Ball State’s mascot ‘Charlie Cardinal’ on their wall, and the store got a letter from the BSU lawyer ordering them to remove it.
That might explain their ‘screw political correctness’ sign.
Frankly I don’t understand her attitude. Muncie police HQ is just a few blocks down the street. There are quite a few break-ins in student housing.
Most town people agree with sign and support the police. She can pound sand.
posted on 07/20/2016 8:39:45 PM PDT
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