Sunday, June 28, 2009

Busby Fundraiser/Cop Pepperspray Incident


Would you like some fresh pepper with that biocth?

HA HA HA, WHEEEEEE!
This is in the top 10 stupidest things that has ever happened in Encinitas. Francine Busby who was too lame to defeat our beady eyed congressman Brian Bilbray the last time around, probably thinks she can win the next election because of Obama (she won't) so Busby has some lame boring fundraiser party in Encinitas where they probably drank bad white wine and gossiped about how Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett both died. The party attracted some retard right wing stalker who actually hid in the bushes and heckled the party (dude, you need friends). Then some crybaby neighbor complained to the cops that the most boring party in the history of Encinitas was too loud so the sheriffs show up. And why not? It's not like there aren't any fricken crackheads down at Moonlight Beach harassing teenage girls on Saturday nights. So the meathead cop actually freaking peppersprays the hostess of the party!!!
Now that I think of it, I wish went. I would love to see something like that.
ENCINITAS: Hostess of Busby fundraiser pepper-sprayed, arrested
ENCINITAS ---- The 60-year-old hostess of a fundraising shindig for U.S. Congressional candidate Francine Busby was pepper-sprayed and arrested Friday night after she allegedly became combative with a deputy who was there to investigate a noise complaint, sheriff's officials said.

Busby said Saturday the gathering was not loud and described the deputy's use of pepper spray on the hostess and guests as "shocking."

The hostess, Shari Barman, reached through her gate intercom Saturday, declined to talk about the incident.

She said she would release a statement Sunday.

Busby, a Cardiff resident, is a democrat who plans to challenge Republican U.S. Rep. Brian Bilbray for his 50th District congressional seat in 2010. She lost to Bilbray in 2006, when the two were vying for the open seat.

About 9 p.m. Friday, a neighbor complained about noise coming from the party attended by about 50 people at a home in the 1200 block of Rubenstein Avenue, Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Jan Caldwell said.

The oceanview estate is in Cardiff, a few blocks south of Santa Fe Drive.

Busby said the sedate gathering had no music and generated little noise. She guessed the complaint came from an unseen man who spent the evening shouting obscene remarks about democrats and herself from behind a tree in a neighboring lot.

When the deputy arrived around 9 p.m., several dozen guests were still in the house and the front door was open, Busby said.

The deputy came in and was directed to Barman, she said.

The deputy told her about the neighbor's complaint and asked for her name and date of birth, standard information deputies seek when they serve a noise complaint, Caldwell said.

Barman allegedly refused to give her date of birth, argued with the deputy and walked away, Caldwell said.

Caldwell said Barman rushed the deputy after he reached out to grab her. Others in attendance were also becoming argumentative, Caldwell said.

Caldwell said the deputy was worried the guests were becoming unruly and someone might get hurt. He warned Barman twice he would use his pepper spray if she didn't calm down and stop charging him, she said.

The hostess allegedly kept arguing, and the deputy sprayed her, Caldwell said.
READ OF THE REST OF THE SORDID TALE HERE.

77 comments:

  1. 9PM and the sheriff shows up for this party being too loud. These are middle aged folks. What is wrong with this picture? Perhaps a little good ole fashioned politics? I want to see the rest of the story, as Paul Harvey would say.

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  2. Perhaps they shouldn't have been using a PA system in a residential neighborhood at nine o'clock at night.
    JP you advocate that the sheriff should not have come to the party. That would mean that you also advocate the deputies deciding which complaints they should go to. Maybe they shouldn't go to complaints in Leucadia because they don't like the whining cry babies that live there.

    Get real.

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  3. The P.A. system was turned off at 8PM. And, I have been to many a party where music was blaring long after that. One of our neighbors has parties in Cardiff that last until 1AM. They have an outside deck and that is where the parties are held. Not once have we ever seen a sheriff. But then again, perhaps we have cooler neighbors.

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  4. I need a PA system for my next party.

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  5. Was it Jru hiding in the tree?

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  6. Bet it wasn't Jru. My guess is that he is not a Republican.

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  7. that is a wild story..... sorry I missed it....

    Sounds like Busby will not be getting the support from the sheriffs union.

    the world is turned backwards. Now a days, only slimey Republicans seek and gain the finanicial support from the unions.

    Look at our own Jerome Stocks.

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  8. This couple was also "gay". Could that be why there was a problem with the irate neighbor, or the person shouting obscenities? What a world.

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  9. Conspiracy theoryJune 29, 2009 10:53 AM

    Maybe former Mayor Christy Guerin, who now works for Billbray, asked her husband, a bigwig in the sheriff's dept, to "look into" these fundraising parties.

    Keeping Encinitas Safe for Democracy

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  10. Pepper spray them all, let God sort 'em out.

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  11. I voted for Busby last election. Too bad naieve Francine had to learn the hard way how some authorities would protect and serve her at her own party. Her apponent in running for assembly is Tracey Emblem who is light years ahead of her in that regard, and that's why Emblem is getting my vote this time.
    I'd like to hear more from the party guest's point of view what happened. Somebody tell them to log on to this blog. It'll cut to the chase.
    I love how the press is spinning this to be a loud, late-night drunken lesbian party. Oh man.
    Meanwhile, if a cop wants to know my birthday I'll kiss his or hers you know what.

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  12. What an asshole that Sheriff is..he had his little ego bruised because the hostess knew her rights -- he was not even lawfully on her property, he didn't have a warrant. Just because a police officer shows up at your door does not mean you have to answer any questions -- and refusing to answer questions does not give the requisite "probable cause" for arrest each and every time. Sheriff could have just written up the noise citation and handed it to her, instead of grabbing her arm -- what a loser. We are not yet living in a police state but coming pretty close to it with this Sheriff dept.

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  13. Power to the PEOPLE!!June 29, 2009 3:40 PM

    Yeah man.

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  14. We need more choices in the next election. Bilbray is a beedy eyed carpet bagger and Busby is a two time loser who did what in her career (school board??).

    As far as the sexual orientation of the gals at the house, I say "if you cant lick em join em".

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  15. Barman was accused of a crime. Deputy Abbott was investigating a crime. When Law enforcement give tickets of warnings the require a name and a date of birth. How many john smiths do you thing there are out there? She is required to provide this information. If she doesn't she can be detained until that information is provided or learned. The deputy attempted to restrain Barman after several attempts to get her information. Barman decided she was done with the conversation and walked away. She pulled away from the deputy and started screaming. The deputy restrained her with a wrist lock. A large crowd enveloped the deputy and Barman and used force to take Barman from the deputy. This is a felony BTW. The crowd advanced on the deputy and he sprayed them to control them and stop their advance on him. If he's being assaulted, the deputy could have used a lot more force then he did.

    I know Deputy Abbott. He loves his job and working with the community. He was doing his job and encountered a person who was unwilling to let him walk away with her birthday so he could issue a warning. I'm sure he can't say anything right now because of his job and has been advised not to talk. I'm sure he would love to express his point of view but can't.

    These witnesses didn't see the whole story. They only turned to see what happened after Deputy Abbott attempted to detain Barman. If Barman would have identified herself by provided the asked for information this would have never happened. You don't just walk away from a deputy who is investigating a crime. Disturbing the peace is a crime.

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  16. To the last poster I say bullshit! You really should know what you are talking about before you post a bunch of false information.

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  17. What if you either don't know your birthdate or you forgot your birthdate?

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  18. She sounds like scumbag elite who think they are above the law. When a cop asks me for ID I give it to him or her. Its not an admission of guilt. The cop probably would have given her a donation if she would have just given him her birthdate.

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  19. When a cop comes to my door and asks to come in, I say NO, not without cause. No need to give a birthdate or anything else. Prove first that there was a noise violation at 9PM. I find the whole thing a bit sketchy. Sounds like a Jerome trick to me.

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  20. When a cop asks for ID, YOU have to give it to him or her. ITS the law. What makes these elite girls above the law? The fact they voted for obama? That they are liberal? That they are gay? That the DA is gay?

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  21. "The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren't enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws."

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  22. So an uninvited officer enters your home without a warrant at a crack party, opps I mean an assembly candidate party (nevermind that "the public good is the noblest motive"); demands your name and birthdate, and if you don't cooperate, they pepperspray you, tie you up and drag you away?
    Cool.
    Now a song about how the heat handcuffed a high hostess is what should have been written a while back about Encinitas, instead of that sugar coated commercialism jingle.
    And 2:44:
    Just for your and everyone else's information. If there is anyone inside your house deemed a "Fourth Waiver", the sheriff's do not need a search warrant to enter and tear apart your house. A Fourth Waiver is a felon or someone who no longer has his or her 4th amendment rights. Neat, huh? So if someone were to plant a 4th waiver in your home....you get the picture. It makes an end-run around the due process of messy search warrant proceedures and our saftey and privacy as Americans.
    But my sympathies to Busby and the guests at her party who got a real look at the people skills some law enforcement officers have here in the county. That's embarrasing. And dangerous in my opinion. Lucky the officer had the brains not to shoot her like an armed guard did Clay Pardee last year or that woman and her child recently in a parking lot.
    A few years back a woman in her 60's named Lael at Karlsbad Realty in Carlsbad walked to the liquor store around the corner from her office in Cbad. She bought a 6 pack for her and her husband who were working late. A lady cop followed her back to her business, stood at her front door and demanded that she come outside for a sobriety check. Lael said "I will not!" The woman then entered and physically cuffed her and pulled her outside and arrested her. Lael was not intoxicated.
    A friend of hers was the mayor Bud Lewis. After she was released from jail where she was treated horribly, she had cuts and bruises on her wrists, she thought "I'll show Bud, he'll fix this!" She showed Bud and told him the story. He said "You better get a lawyer."
    (Some help) But angry because he wouldn't do anything about that officer, she did get a lawyer. She pressed charges against the Cbad PD and won a $75,000 settlement. She then donated all the money to charity.
    Perhaps Barham has a similar ax to grind here.

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  23. Neither of the people arrested were pepper sprayed. They felt the effects because it was in the air but they were not sprayed.

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  24. Never ask a woman her age. duh.

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  25. Never ask a woman her age. duh.

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  26. Never repeat yourself.

    Never repeat yourself.

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  27. The police never should have entered the house. Article 6 of the Bill of Rights protects our homes from "unreasonable search and seizures."

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  28. I find the county sheriff's to be power hungry. They love the power of the uniform and it is like a drug to them. Power corrupts. There are some that are much worse than the others, and this is just another example. They will always protect their own.

    What we need is politians with balls, who will allow for real citizen review of the incidents, rather than slap on the wrist justice.

    The union must be destroyed.

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  29. Anybody notice that Kolender has Altimezers?

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  30. Anyone notice Bond has Altimezers?

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  31. This episode made the LA Times!

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  32. Perhaps it is time for this city to form a Public safety, fire and police, commission to help guide our public safety officials.

    It might help quell some of thew outlandish ideas people have expressed on this blog.

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  33. Why did the media pulls the sex card on this story? Is a hostess' sexual preference at all relevent to this story? The veil is thin on that hot button that creates contraversy and prejudice. How juicy. Why didn't they tell us the officer's sexual preference instead?

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  34. Steve McGarrettJune 30, 2009 11:19 AM

    Book'um Danno!!

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  35. I heard the officer involved is a pet owner and has an aversion towards domestically produced light beer. FREAK!

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  36. "Neither of the people arrested were pepper sprayed. They felt the effects because it was in the air but they were not sprayed."

    And Clinton did not have sex with that woman.

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  37. - Monica just felt the effects of what went through the air.

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  38. man... this is some funny stuff....

    I luvvvvvvvvv JP's picture and comment

    "Would you like some fresh pepper with that biocth?"

    I laughed so hard, I pee'd a bit.

    keep up the comments. Laugher is good.

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  39. "It might help quell some of thew outlandish ideas people have expressed on this blog."

    Yes, we must find new ways to stifle free thought.

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  40. The peasants are restless

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  41. Who was the freak hiding in the bushes?

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  42. they are all meatheads...big fat juicy blood dripping meatheads...

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  43. Can you imagine what mortal danger we'd all be in if the police couldn't pepper spray women who won't tell them their birthdays.

    I know I'll sleep more soundly tonight knowing the Encinitas police are putting the hurt on dangerous older women!

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  44. I'm glad that a another flunkie politician has been humiliated

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  45. Next time I catch you crossin dem tracks. I will hunt you down and zap you like a fly in my backyards bug zapper.

    Learn respect boy. And that goes for you women that look like boys.

    Learn respect!

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  46. Busby is using this opportunity to raise money and gather votes.

    http://www3.signonsandiego.com/stories/2009/jun/30/8220francine-busby8221-hrefmailtofbusbybusbyforcon/

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  47. JP, did you take a bitter pill or something? Sheesh, if Busby was too lame to beat Bilbray, then why didn't you run or get her more support or get your own candidate that isn't lame. What's up???

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  48. Hes just reporting news.

    Geeze- why don't you lay off the new man and put your suggestions for bettering Leucadia and Encinitas down.

    Geeze- I wish all news was this honest.

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  49. San Diego sheriff’s deputy threatens political opposition
    June 30: Worst Person in the World, San Diego County sheriff’s deputy Marshall Abbott, unfairly targeted Shari Barman for supporting Democratic Congressional Candidate Francine Busby who once challenged Rep. Duke Cunningham.
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3036677/vp/31672438#31672438

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  50. Gotta love the press. The guy on MSNBC has no idea what eh is talking about. Do you really think the deputy went to the house with political motivations and started throwing people around and pepper spraying them? It went from a noise complaint to a raid in the news media!

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  51. http://www.ci.encinitas.ca.us/NR/rdonlyres/8D254932-3159-4F6E-9BF3-584D5F5F6AF1/0/9c40.pdf

    Anyone find a muni code that says 10PM? I can't!

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  52. For the Anonymous Idiot who finds "the County Sheriffs to be power hungry", I bet he/she is the same person who would be the 1st to call the Sheriff's Dept in time of trouble!! Or wait, you probably have this attitude because you had been previously arrested for a DUI or DV (domestic violence) or something less than honorable...ALWAYS the same story!!

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  53. Maybe Busby would make a good politician. She has changed her story now a few times, the classic attribute of a politician.

    First she says that she was in the backyard and had no idea what was going down, now (a few days later) she claims to have seen the whole horrible event.

    First she says that the "man in the bush" was shouting anti gay stuff, now she says he was simply shouting the word "loser".

    Busby also states that the neihbor who wanted to get some sleep was politicaly motivated. How does she know that if she does not know who he is or what party he supports.

    I say vote her out now. Do not contribute to someone who cant keep her story straigh!!!

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  54. I believe very few Sheriff's in the county are inept. But it's worrisome how the rest of them usually stand behind one of their own who's in the wrong though, especially when Paul Pfingst was at the helm. In that way it's sometimes cultish IMHO.

    I remember when Pfingst made Deputy District Attorney Peter Longanbach head of the fraud unit here in San Diego, only to be caught using his secretary for not only his private real estate business, but ordering her to "shuffle defendant's interviews to confuse the defense and assist prosecution". He got busted, his license suspended (for a while) and had to do 100 or more hours worth of public service -teaching children how to golf. But when it came time for him to fulfill his required public service, the boss of the golf course sent him away saying "We don't want any felons around our children, thanks". Good call.

    BTW, a lot of people may not believe or realize this, but it seems to be perfectly acceptable for prosecutors to tamper with interview transcripts so that "NO" becomes a "YES" at the turn of a page - completely changing a persons answer to the most incriminating questions. I don't think Longanbach's penalty even considered the interview tampering he did. But if you're ever "interviewed" by the police or sheriff in San Diego County, I'd advise you to do two things. Get a lawyer to be present with you and request audio and transcript copies of the interview so that you can compare them, making sure your words aren't being played with. Shuffling them, then numbering them as though they are in order must be a pattern problem in San Diego County as it not only occured under Longanbach, but under Deputy District Attorney Thomas Manning in the Cheri Dale case as well. (34 pages of her interview were sequentially void and her court appointed lawyer Michael Berg failed to tell the judge or jury that at her bogus murder trial.) Cheri Dale is my sister and was with me the entire morning of the murder on which Susan Taylor was killed in La Costa (on 1-25-90). Her lawyer (of course) said I'd take the stand at trial. That didn't happen and her jury only got to hear the prosecutor's impossible scenario.

    But back to Ms. Barman. I would assume she already has a lawyer who has told her not to talk to the press - and that's why she's mute in the media. Another big mistake in my opinion. Her lawyer probably got the whole crowd at the party gagged too. When they take away our free speech like that I think it does at least three things.
    1: Hides all prosecutorial wrong doing that may have occured. 2: Makes the lawyer look like a genius if he wins the case, and 3: allows the lawyer to not have egg on his face when he loses the case, easily sweeping it under a carpet, and no archive available of anyone's discontent. Quite a protection mechanism for the defense and prosecutor - at the expense of the public really hearing both sides. We've only heard one so far haven't we?

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  55. Check out Steve Breen's great editorial cartoon regarding the Busby partaay! It's in today's Union Tribune.

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  56. Peppered once but not twiceJuly 01, 2009 12:59 PM

    I'll be attending the 4th of July Busby fund raiser, but I will be bringing my GAS MASK!!

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  57. Fred...WTF????

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  58. Wait! I just heard the Francine Busby will be providing gas masks at all her fund raisers.... for a small donation.

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  59. Yes! You gotta see that funny editorial cartoon in today's paper! Perfect!

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  60. If the heckler was making anti-gay statements and is the one who called the sheriff, he could be guilty of a hate crime utilizing the instrumentality of the police to perpetuate it. who was the jerk?

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  61. the heckler was asking for a gas mask.

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  62. It would be nice if the sheriff would find out who did place that call. Couldn't be that hard to trace the call could it? If I were the sheriff that is what I would do. It would take the heat off the officer and put it where belongs. If it was the neighbor, I hope the sheriff also has a little talking to him or her. This is all B.S. Let's face it, did the sheriff really need a helicopter with a bunch of old folks, and mostly women? If they are that afraid perhaps they are in the wrong business? A transfer to a desk job ma be in order. No danger there.

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  63. Hey JP -- what are the other 9 stupdiest things to happen in Encinitas. Do you have posts on those? One surely must be Danny's squirrel hunting post.

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  64. Dumb thing #9. Me chasing a thief down the street who stole a fishing knife from my shop. Then when I caught up to him, fearlessly saying: "Oh, what are ya gonna do, stab me?"

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  65. You've got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya punk?

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  66. Don't tase me bro!

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  67. post 69.... the favorite for same sex females.

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  68. Is same sex females the same as Lesbos?

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  69. In san diego they would have shot her.

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  70. The PA system was a bullhorn for a speech. Sounds like some irritated neighbors needed a night off.. and so does the sheriff!

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  71. A bullhorn?..... my God!!!

    taser and pepperspray everyone.

    Arrests must be made!!!

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  72. can you pepperspray bulldikes with bullhorns?

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  73. Only if it's a broads gone wild Busby party.

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  74. thats some funny shit.

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