New flash mob law to get tough on social media users
According to a Huffington Post report and other media sources, on Friday, Illinois got a step closer to getting tough on persons who place posts on the Internet's social media sites, such as Twitter and Facebook, which result in flash mobs.
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#1 May 13, 2013
So what took lawmakers so long?
It's about time someone in authority stepped up and put an end to negro's going wild.
Now if they just take the guns out of the south side and end drug trafficking Chicago just might be taken seriously again.
If they passed a drugs street level sales tax they might slow sales down.
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