I don't know about you but the older I get the more I am having problems with Cultural Insanity. We as a people do need laws in order to live together with a smidgeon amount of courtesy and respect for one another. BUT, Holy Riddled With Holes, Batman, there is a gray area to every law and rule ever devised by mankind! At least there should be, but not in this Little Rural Southern Town. An article printed in the local newspaper, about a man arrested for urinating in public is beyond all that is REASONABLE. I know this guy did a NO NO for sure, but give me a break, Arrested, Booked, Running a SS # and EBT card (food stamp) check on him and then making sure the local paper got a hold of this super notorious story so they could print-up a comprehensive headline article complete with MUGSHOT for "PUBLIC URINATION" is BATSHIT CRAZY!

Excerpt: The "culprit" was ordered by FHP to STOP but was evasive and uncooperative! (HE WAS PEEING FOR CHRIST'S SAKE!)

If the guy had been an undocumented immigrant, (http://www.thethinkingblue.com/kos/weareamerican.html) he would be fast tracked to another country (costing big bucks to taxpayers) for doing such an UNTHINKABLE BODILY FUNCTION! I can’t help but ask… Why didn’t the Police Person have a little empathy and just give the guy a warning? Oh no, that would make sense and in this Culture of Insanity that the GOP/TP has catapulted us all in, making sense would be an even BIGGER thou-shalt-not, than peeing on a public sidewalk. Pathetic and Distressing to say the least! (redacted newspaper clipping included) thinkingblue

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hsaive 2 years 19 weeks ago
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Who redacted the newspaper article?...and why?

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