Skip to comments.California Mayor Paying Residents Not To Commit Violent Crimes
Posted on 07/11/2018 8:23:23 PM PDT by SeekAndFind
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Voltaire-"Common sense is not so common."
Oh, come on! Just give them the drugs so they don't have to go to the trouble of buying them.
While not a resident of the Mayor’s city, I would like payment not to go to it and commit a crime. Travel expenses will also have to be paid.
I never have, so you owe me millions!
Oh, but I don’t qualify! Just looked at my skin.
I never get any free money. That’s not fair. I demand free money!
Do public officials in Stockton go through a mandatory drug test prior to employment? Are the results made available to the public?
For $500 a month I won’t break your leg. For $1,000 a month I won’t break both your legs.
Mrs. Rittenhouse: You are one of the musicians, but you were not due until tomorrow.
Ravelli: Couldn't come tomorrow, that's too quick.
Spaulding: Say, you're lucky he didn't come yesterday.
Ravelli: We were busy yesterday. But we charge just the same.
Spaulding: This is better than exploring. What do you fellas get an hour?
Ravelli: Oh, for playing, we get ten dollars an hour.
Spaulding: I see. What do you get for not playing?
Ravelli: Twelve dollars an hour.
Spaulding: Well, clip me off a piece of that.
Ravelli: Now for rehearsing, we make special rate: that's'a fifteen dollars an hour.
Spaulding: That's for rehearsing?
Ravelli: That's for rehearsing.
Spaulding: And what do you get for not rehearsing?
Ravelli: You couldn't afford it. You see, if we don't rehearse, we don't play. And if we don't play [snaps fingers], that runs into money.
Spaulding: How much would you want to run into an open manhole?
Ravelli: Just the cover charge. [Laughs with Mrs. Rittenhouse.]
Spaulding: Well, drop in some time.
Spaulding: Well, we cleaned that up pretty well.
Ravelli: Well, let's see how we stand.
Ravelli: Yesterday, we didn't come. [to Mrs. Rittenhouse] You remember, yesterday, we didn't come.
Spaulding: Oh, I remember.
Ravelli: Yeah, that's three hundred dollars.
Spaulding: Yesterday, you didn't come, that's three hundred dollars.
Ravelli: Yes, that's three hundred dollars.
Spaulding: Well, that's reasonable, I can see that all right.
Ravelli: Now today, we did come. That's, uh...
Spaulding: That's a hundred you owe us.
Ravelli: Hey, I bet I'm gonna lose on the deal. Tomorrow, we leave. That's worth about...
Spaulding: A million dollars.
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