Monday, August 17, 2015

Monday Musings With The Crew

  • Over the weekend in Kansas City, Mayor Sly James held an event called "Rock the Block".  The mayor's office organizes Rock the Block to provide urban yoots "a safe
    KC Mayor Sly James
    place to hang out and celebrate the end of summer". The event had to end prematurely due to the large number of fights breaking out among said yoots. By the time the hanging out and celebrating was over, the KC Police Department had maced and arrested multiple yoots. Nothing marks the end of summer quite like the tang of Mace hanging in the air.  Probably should have just stuck to Midnight Basketball




  •  Recently Mrs. Crew and I visited our local IKEA store for the first time.  Picked up a few items for the office, sampled the Swedish meatballs in the store cafeteria, all in all it was a nice afternoon.  My favorite part of the day was neither of us getting beheaded at the store. The same can not be said for an IKEA shopper in the retailer's home nation of Sweden.  Read more here.

  • In recent years, Topeka, KS has had a  problem with nekkid citizens. Public nudity is apparently legal in Topeka, and a few of the locals have been taking full advantage. Looks like the party may be winding down though, as the city council is taking up a new ordinance that would ban public nudity. Exceptions would be made for breastfeeding mothers, and children under the age of ten (?). SACSTW investigators have not been able to confirm that Topeka council members are privately referring to the new ordinance as the Crew's Law.
     
  •  Looks like the anti-gun laws in Massachusetts are really cutting down on crime. I'll just leave this surveillance photo from a Holyoke, MA bank robbery here....
    "Aaaarrrrr, gimme all the money"

  •  Let's close this edition of Monday Musings with a quiz to see how well you've been paying attention to the intelligent, well-reasoned arguments of the left this week.  Who was quoted as saying "I'd like to take my period blood and smear it all over some people's faces" when asked about pro-lifers?
    • Rosie O'Donnell
    • Rosie O'Donnell
    • Rosie O'Donnell
    • Bruce Jenner
                Still stumped?  OK, here's your one and only hint.....



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