3 officers attacked after responding to party

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Charges are expected against two people for an attack on three Sparta police officers.
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moby

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Some of our brightest young minds at work there. Attacking the Police. Smart. Real smart. And some people want to lower the drinking age?
JTY

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moby wrote:
Some of our brightest young minds at work there. Attacking the Police. Smart. Real smart. And some people want to lower the drinking age?
So 21+ drunks never do any thing stupid?
JTY

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I should also say that even though there was some under age drinking, we do not know if the two who attacked the police were underage.

P.S. I wonder if an 18-20 year old will be charged as an adult for underage drinking. The entire premises of the Fed telling adults that they can not use legal substances tell they are older is ludicrous.
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These people would have trashy behavior no matter what the drinking age is set at.

The legal drinking age could be 30 and they still would be drinking. Trashy and stupid behavior has no age limitations.
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Sing along with me now! "I fought the law and the, law won. I fought the law and the, law won!"
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I remember when I had my first beer.
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Sconnie..........
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JTY wrote:
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So 21+ drunks never do any thing stupid?
Sure they do......with that thought in mind, do we really need more drunks out there? Kids kill themselves often enough, car crashes - just to name one. So why would we want to open yet another path of distruction to them?
JTY

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Bluecollar Worker wrote:
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Sure they do......with that thought in mind, do we really need more drunks out there? Kids kill themselves often enough, car crashes - just to name one. So why would we want to open yet another path of distruction to them?
Then why not limit every one from drinking?

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I wonder what's in the water across the border? There sure seems to be a disproportionate number of this kind of behavior over there...
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I should also say that even though there was some under age drinking, we do not know if the two who attacked the police were underage.
P.S. I wonder if an 18-20 year old will be charged as an adult for underage drinking. The entire premises of the Fed telling adults that they can not use legal substances tell they are older is ludicrous.
The entire premises of you writing another comment on here tell you learn to be coherent is ludicrous.
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Mrs R wrote:
This must be a slow news day. Sad to say, this really isn't news. Much of the population of Wisconsin is considered alcoholic. Sadly, in western WI, probably most of the population is alcoholic. This isn't news because this is just daily, "normal," run of the mill type stuff for WI. Now, if you want to talk news, you'd have a story that says something like "Man from western Wisconsin goes to college! Decides to be the first in his family not to be a racist, homophobic, wife-beating redneck!" That would be real news. This story is old news and so common place that's it not even a story.
Your right Mrs. R!!!! Too bad there aren't more good, non-racist folks like yourself living there. You could teach them about diversity, and gender equity, and mentoring, and change and hope! You go girlfriend.
JTY

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<quoted text>The entire premises of you writing another comment on here tell you learn to be coherent is ludicrous.
What?
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This... is... SPARTA!!!
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mmm Beeeer!
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Mrs R wrote:
This must be a slow news day. Sad to say, this really isn't news. Much of the population of Wisconsin is considered alcoholic. Sadly, in western WI, probably most of the population is alcoholic. This isn't news because this is just daily, "normal," run of the mill type stuff for WI. Now, if you want to talk news, you'd have a story that says something like "Man from western Wisconsin goes to college! Decides to be the first in his family not to be a racist, homophobic, wife-beating redneck!" That would be real news. This story is old news and so common place that's it not even a story.
Married to a guy from western Wisconsin, are you?
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What?
That is exactly what I thought when I first read your post to JTY. Your words are quite confusing even for yourself I see.
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Sorry let an o off of that too. Sorry.
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JTY wrote:
I should also say that even though there was some under age drinking, we do not know if the two who attacked the police were underage.
P.S. I wonder if an 18-20 year old will be charged as an adult for underage drinking. The entire premises of the Fed telling adults that they can not use legal substances tell they are older is ludicrous.
Here I'll explain it to you.
Premise not "premises".
Until not "tell".
You see, it is ludicrous to infer someone, or something else's stupidity, when one uses language so poorly him or her self
Jim

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JTY wrote:
P.S. I wonder if an 18-20 year old will be charged as an adult for underage drinking. The entire premises of the Fed telling adults that they can not use legal substances tell they are older is ludicrous.
What in the world is this supposed to mean? Everyone that is 18 or older is charged as an adult.

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