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#42 Apr 23, 2013
How old are you anonymous 1? Just curious.
lmao

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#43 Apr 23, 2013
I still don't understand how hanging out at the bbq fest in hot topic shirts protects the rights that I don't care about anymore. Not trying to be difficult, but no one has explained that yet.
sure

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#44 Apr 23, 2013
lmao wrote:
I still don't understand how hanging out at the bbq fest in hot topic shirts protects the rights that I don't care about anymore. Not trying to be difficult, but no one has explained that yet.
You may not care anymore but other people still do.
Liberal Dude

Centertown, KY

#45 Apr 23, 2013
I'm all for protesting when there's a worthy cause. But, I really don't understand the meaning of this. It seems like some sort of student thing.
lmao

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#46 Apr 23, 2013
Liberal Dude wrote:
I'm all for protesting when there's a worthy cause. But, I really don't understand the meaning of this. It seems like some sort of student thing.
Yes, it all seems very vague.
summitcoalminer

Richmond, KY

#47 Apr 23, 2013
Someone is trying to shine a light..er I mean trying to be a light in the....oh that's not it either! I'm getting bored with this. I think I'll go take a nap
just a question

Madisonville, KY

#49 Apr 23, 2013
so when is the BBQ fest?
sure

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#50 Apr 23, 2013
Anonymous at BBQfest wrote:
Join our Peaceful Protest Just by sporting Anonymous t-shirts, masks, picket sighs, anything liberty/free will. Go like the page and join the revolution. https://www.facebook.com/AnonymousInOwensboro...
Please check into city ordinances about picketing, protest, organizing and so on. I believe there is an ordinance against wearing masks in public.
silly people

Owensboro, KY

#51 Apr 24, 2013
lmao wrote:
I still don't understand how hanging out at the bbq fest in hot topic shirts protects the rights that I don't care about anymore. Not trying to be difficult, but no one has explained that yet.
I dont know haow many times you want me to repeat it. But the entire point of this is to wake people up. create awareness. Not all of Anonymous are hackers. They are people like you and me. If you dont care about your rights. Dont worry about us. Dont comment back. Just ignore us.
silly people

Owensboro, KY

#52 Apr 24, 2013
sure wrote:
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Please check into city ordinances about picketing, protest, organizing and so on. I believe there is an ordinance against wearing masks in public.
Thank you, I have called The Mayors office about This Multiple times and everytime I am ignored. This may not go anywhere. Its sad to see that nobody cares.
Wearethe99

Owensboro, KY

#53 Apr 24, 2013
For those of you that still don't seem to understand the Demonstration, Here you go.
Info

White Plains, KY

#55 Apr 24, 2013
Several times, some pro-Anonymous posters have stated that the demonstration is meant to save the Constitution, bring awareness to the erosion of Constitutional rights taking place, and such. If you answer the following question "yes" I'll join you and bring a bunch of friends with me to help you: are you protesting against the ongoing erosion of Second Amendment rights?
Geez

Centertown, KY

#56 Apr 24, 2013
Info wrote:
Several times, some pro-Anonymous posters have stated that the demonstration is meant to save the Constitution, bring awareness to the erosion of Constitutional rights taking place, and such. If you answer the following question "yes" I'll join you and bring a bunch of friends with me to help you: are you protesting against the ongoing erosion of Second Amendment rights?
You're a moron. Call your tea party bullsh!t into Rush Limbaugh.
Info

White Plains, KY

#57 Apr 24, 2013
Geez wrote:
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You're a moron. Call your tea party bullsh!t into Rush Limbaugh.
I don't listen to Rush Limbaugh and am not a member of any Tea Party. I'm a gun owner who is tired of seeing my Constitutionally-guaranteed rights stripped away. My question remains for the Anonymous folks as I genuinely don't know enough about their platform to know the answer - do they support Second Amendment rights?

And "Geez," to help you in your future endeavors, be aware that if you must resort to childish insults, it speaks volumes about the weakness of whatever argument you think you're making. A strong argument stands on its own without needing to be veiled in or bolstered by insults to the person making the counter argument. If you would like to discuss some topic - presumably Second Amendment rights - like an adult, using logic and reasoned debate, we'd probably both learn from it. But if the best you've got is calling me a moron, then I've already won.
lol yep

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#58 Apr 24, 2013
Info wrote:
<quoted text>I don't listen to Rush Limbaugh and am not a member of any Tea Party. I'm a gun owner who is tired of seeing my Constitutionally-guaranteed rights stripped away. My question remains for the Anonymous folks as I genuinely don't know enough about their platform to know the answer - do they support Second Amendment rights?
And "Geez," to help you in your future endeavors, be aware that if you must resort to childish insults, it speaks volumes about the weakness of whatever argument you think you're making. A strong argument stands on its own without needing to be veiled in or bolstered by insults to the person making the counter argument. If you would like to discuss some topic - presumably Second Amendment rights - like an adult, using logic and reasoned debate, we'd probably both learn from it. But if the best you've got is calling me a moron, then I've already won.
FYI, you're dealing with one of the stupidest people in Owensboro. May the force be with you.
yup

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#59 Apr 24, 2013
Geez wrote:
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You're a moron. Call your tea party bullsh!t into Rush Limbaugh.
Lol! Anyone who thinks the 2nd amendment is under attack is paranoid. It's all meaningless talk and political posturing. The recent vote against background checks proves that the NRA gun manufactuer lobby still owns our politicians.
summitcoalminer

Richmond, KY

#60 Apr 24, 2013
Info wrote:
Several times, some pro-Anonymous posters have stated that the demonstration is meant to save the Constitution, bring awareness to the erosion of Constitutional rights taking place, and such. If you answer the following question "yes" I'll join you and bring a bunch of friends with me to help you: are you protesting against the ongoing erosion of Second Amendment rights?
What part of the 2nd amd. is being eroded? limiting magazine size? Background checks? Felons not being able to buy guns? I am a gun owner( I own about 7) and support peoples right to bear arms but I do support limiting magazine size,background checks and no felony sales.
Curious

Tucker, GA

#61 Apr 26, 2013
Wow you're gonna ask if I support pediphiles just because I don't support you going out and starting a group at the BBQ fest? This is why people won't listen to you. You make no sense at all. If someone disagrees with what you're doing you start hating on them and try to talk s***. How childish, that's why YOU don't need to start a group or be in a group. You're stating your opinions and trying to get people to feel the way you feel and have your thoughts as theirs. You're trying to manipulate people. Everyone has opinions about their own situations so there's no need in starting a group and trying to get something starting. It's a waste of time and a waste of breath. That's like me sitting outside an abortion clinic and trying to get all of them not to do it and most if not all of them wouldn't listen to me because they have their OWN opinions about that particular situation.
oxymoron

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#62 Apr 26, 2013
Curious wrote:
Wow you're gonna ask if I support pediphiles just because I don't support you going out and starting a group at the BBQ fest? This is why people won't listen to you. You make no sense at all. If someone disagrees with what you're doing you start hating on them and try to talk s***. How childish, that's why YOU don't need to start a group or be in a group. You're stating your opinions and trying to get people to feel the way you feel and have your thoughts as theirs. You're trying to manipulate people. Everyone has opinions about their own situations so there's no need in starting a group and trying to get something starting. It's a waste of time and a waste of breath. That's like me sitting outside an abortion clinic and trying to get all of them not to do it and most if not all of them wouldn't listen to me because they have their OWN opinions about that particular situation.
Your statement is a complete oxymoron. You're stating your opinion about not stating opinions. It's like you commenting on topix and trying to get all the "anonymous" people not to do it. And most, if not all of them won't listen because they have their OWN opinions about that particular situation.
See what I did there?
okay

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#63 May 16, 2013
So how did it go???

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