Just because Boston was home of the original Tea Party doesn't mean the local citizenry pays much attention to it. The police are even more of a tool of their corporate masters in Beantown than anywhere else. Having lived through the busing crisis their in the 70's I remember their methodology well.
They're laughing now. As this thing picks up momentum we'll see who's laughing at the end.
Someone get this woman a coloring book!
Yeah, to keep up they should have named her "Portia."
Muppet Lily will eat Christie Kreme.
I've worked for morons like this, managers who refused to confront the lack of morale in the department by actually looking fo rthe problems and instead would have us all come in at 6AM (2 hours early) to "Share breakfast and our thoughts together." They should all be tied to a rock in the harbor and left there while thetide comes in.
Not that I have an opinion about this or anything.
And the flannel shirts. You can't forget the flannel shirts.
Do you think this is not so much a presidential campaign as a piece of performance art? Admittedly not as much fun as Karen Finley, but just as compelling in it's own peculiar way.
There you go, attempting to bring reality into this again.
You've cut out the coded jargon to make The Great West's words far more understandable.