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Plain City keeps girls from going wild during tour stop | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 104 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Jul 22, 2011, titled Plain City keeps girls from going wild during tour stop | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

In Plain City, a village most known for its Mennonite history and the "Amish cooking" at its country-themed restaurants, authorities weren't about to let the girls from Girls Gone Wild go, well, wild.

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Commune X

Milford, OH

#1 Jul 22, 2011
What load of crap.. they pretty much set up a trap for them.. isn't that against the law?
PC Po Po

Columbus, OH

#3 Jul 22, 2011
must be bored with sitting in the lot at PC lanes whacking people for 130 a pop for 37 in a 35.
Ghost of Barney Fife

Columbus, OH

#4 Jul 22, 2011
I am sure the Chief, his State employed Posse, and his Doughnut sniffing dog thoroughly enjoyed the show to its end before writing any citations, you know in the name of gathering solid facts and evidance.Wink,snort.
Collins44

Canal Winchester, OH

#5 Jul 22, 2011
Kudos to Police Chief Jim Hill for standing up for family values and wholesome Amish morals. Plain City is where you want to raise a family and escape from cities like Columbus, Cleveland and Detriot that are filled to the brim with vice and violence. Plain City is a morally clean city and it needs to maintain its wholesome image and not be dragged through the immoral gutters by the same type of liberals and so called progressives that have made so many big cities moral sewers.

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Collins44

Canal Winchester, OH

#6 Jul 22, 2011
Commune X wrote:
What load of crap.. they pretty much set up a trap for them.. isn't that against the law?
Not the "higher law" in the original Constitution and Declaration of Independence that made this a great nation.
Collins44

Canal Winchester, OH

#7 Jul 22, 2011
PC Po Po wrote:
must be bored with sitting in the lot at PC lanes whacking people for 130 a pop for 37 in a 35.
Better than watching "people being whacked" in morally corrupt big cities by drive by shootings.
LavendarBlue

AOL

#8 Jul 22, 2011
The bar owner was not "sensitive" to the people of Plain City when he arranged these strippers to bring their "act" in. Perhaps the citizens of Plain City should arrange to bring in the Westboro people to visit the bar and see just how he deals with that.
Nothing new

Columbus, OH

#9 Jul 22, 2011
Why didn't the tour just stop on a college campus instead of a place like Plain City or Marysville? People really do move to these cities so that they can get away from this kind of stuff.
HAHAHAHAHA

Columbus, OH

#10 Jul 22, 2011
Hill says the two women engaged in "improper sexual conduct" - he wouldn't say exactly what - inside the bar.

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Considering it was Plain City, I'd say the sexual conduct was "improper" because they weren't packing heat.
D C Smith

Columbus, OH

#11 Jul 22, 2011
Why in the world stop in some backwater like Plane City?

Nothing like seeing some Amish chick in a wet bonnet contest. That's hot.

I guess Plain City was lacking in hot girls (meaning they couldn't find a local gal that weighed under 300 lbs.) seeing as the two hotties they cited were not from Plain CIty.
CONSENTING ADULTS

Mount Vernon, OH

#12 Jul 22, 2011
Perfect example of too much government. What's the difference WHAT these consenting adults did with each other? How much overtime did these jerks get to make sure folks who were having a good time, without ANY complaints from the participants, were prevented from continuing to have fun?
It's ridiculous, and the OPPOSITE of what freedom is all about.
Ohioan

Grove City, OH

#13 Jul 22, 2011
"The Girls Gone Wild bus made stops this month in Delaware and Marysville, too. In Delaware last week, the bus had its rooftop air conditioner sliced off when it failed to clear an overpass."

This is your chance to catch'em while they're HOT.
SomeoneWhoKnowsB etter

Canal Winchester, OH

#14 Jul 22, 2011
I'm curious if he actually took a vote or survey of the community to find out whther they wanted or even cared about this activity. It sounds to me like he just assumed that he knew what they wanted and decided to lay a trap, probably to get a bit of publicity.

I'm with the bar owner on this one. Why waste a ton of money on getting all these agents set up undercover to write a handful of citations, when a quick phonecall could have headed it all off?
tard on the bridge

Columbus, OH

#15 Jul 22, 2011
Does anyone else hear banjos?
Love Axis

Columbus, OH

#16 Jul 22, 2011
Anyone in for some topless butter churning or quilt making?

I heard that the Der Dutchman was going to become a strip club.
Who cares

Dallas, TX

#17 Jul 22, 2011
I am sure that there is alot of Mennonite customers that go into that bar and that all those people that drove by could see what was going on inside the bar. Bet that the Police Dept. doesn't mind spending the tax money the bar provides to them tho.
abuse of power- tax money

Columbus, OH

#18 Jul 22, 2011
Whether legal or not, Hill did setup the bar owner. I hope he fights it and wins. If the Chief didn't like or want it, he should've told everyone. If the good people of Plain City didn't want to see that activity in their town, they shouldn't have gone! They could've sent the bar owner a message by not going... and he wouldn't bring that kind of entertainment back. But instead, the residents PACKED the bar. Seems very hypocritical for someone to say, "We don't want that here" speaking to the news media 'for the majority', and then the residents of the city fill the bar to capacity with people waiting outside to get in.
The police chief set up a trap for the bar owner and people daring enough to enjoy themselves. And like fools, the people of Plain City paid him and the rest of the tax payers of Ohio have to pay for the overtime the County and State Officials got for 'handling' this situation. All of that could’ve been avoided by a simple conversation.
My Turn

New York, NY

#19 Jul 22, 2011
"Just because you are Girls Gone Wild doesn't give you the right to come into a town and bring in activities that the overwhelming majority of people don't want," the police chief said.

You don't speak for the entire town you arrogant cop. If somebody doesn't like it, they don't have to go to it.

Since: Sep 09

Columbus, OH

#20 Jul 22, 2011
Wow what a typical waste of the PC tax payers money. This type of BS is exactly why I exited myself from living in PC years ago. This is not the first time this bar or Plain City has seen a little bit of "entertainment" arranged by the owners. Though it may be the first time under Mr. OConners or the first time from a nationally famous show with a coach bus. Seems to me the police would have better things to do with thier time and the taxpayers(my) money(both on the state and local level). I encourage Tim to fight to operate his business as he see's fit, but within the limits of local and state laws, and let the good people of PC decide with thier entertainment dollars what is ok and not within thier fine city. The police chief should probably spend some time looking for and preventing real crime(and i dont mean fleecing out-of-towners on 42) in his town instead of trying to drum up a story where there is none.
Spouse of a teacher

Columbus, OH

#21 Jul 22, 2011
abuse of power- tax money wrote:
Whether legal or not, Hill did setup the bar owner. I hope he fights it and wins. If the Chief didn't like or want it, he should've told everyone. If the good people of Plain City didn't want to see that activity in their town, they shouldn't have gone! They could've sent the bar owner a message by not going... and he wouldn't bring that kind of entertainment back. But instead, the residents PACKED the bar. Seems very hypocritical for someone to say, "We don't want that here" speaking to the news media 'for the majority', and then the residents of the city fill the bar to capacity with people waiting outside to get in.
The police chief set up a trap for the bar owner and people daring enough to enjoy themselves. And like fools, the people of Plain City paid him and the rest of the tax payers of Ohio have to pay for the overtime the County and State Officials got for 'handling' this situation. All of that could’ve been avoided by a simple conversation.
You're assuming that it was residents of Plain City who were at the bar. I'm not saying it wasn't. However, it's only 15-20 minutes or so to Plain City from Hilliard, Dublin and parts of Columbus.

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