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Discussion in 'Campus Life' started by Macloney, Oct 4, 2016.
To dress up as a clown?
It should be. Nobody likes clowns.
The problem is that it has become a fad. Every little d-bag thinks it is funny to do it. It's "gone viral" which is just stupid.
This sounds like an argument that fundies would make about transgendered persons to try to lock them up too. Liberty doesn't count for much if we can arrest people for tripping some random person's creepiness meter.
That's not even close to comparable. One is at best trying to scare people and the other is just trying to live life.
This thing was all over the Today Show this morning and Yahoo. Creepy clowns are blowing up big time right now. Huge time.
To where a mask in public (high level).
USD 497, Lawrence, KS just sent out an auto-call about creepy clowns. They said that no reports have been substantiated and that pranks or threats will not be tolerated and law enforcement will be contacted.
People are really rattled here.
I wouldn't shoot them if they came on my property but I would say I would have a better than 50/50 chance of stopping a terrorist attack if I was armed. And I would say I would have a less than 50/50 (closer to zero chance) chance if I was unarmed. Why is that hard to believe?
Do not engage people. There's already a thread to go around in circles about how to stop a terrorist attack.
Good call I fell for the bait.
Holy **** people are gullible. Some guy in a clown suit was reported and then "reports" of people in clown suits come out everywhere and people think it's a thing when it's not a thing. Saying other people saw them doesn't make it true.
How dare you make anyone choose between the two! Both classics.
I saw one at McDonalds yesterday, I think he said his name was Ron.
If you don't want to see clowns, stay out of Iowa City on gamedays.