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#569 - TheInvader ONLINE (04/22/2013) [+] (6 replies)
User avatar #368 - maskedhippo (04/21/2013) [+] (4 replies)
This is just ridiculous. Speaking as someone who lives in eastern MA, the lockdown was to keep everyone safe. You guys talking about how they're oppressing people, and the man is trying to held us down, there was a very real possibility of getting killed by a deranged terrorist if you ventured outside. Furthermore, even if this was some kind of fascist scheme, to what end? Keep people in one region of one state inside their homes for a whole day? That's a pretty weak plan. But that's irrelevant, because they were doing it FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD.
#452 - vegetatheprince (04/21/2013) [-]
There will always be those who say "our gov't is the best ever!" and then those who say "our gov't is the worse ever!"

Both are wrong. (unless u in North Korea or some **** , I'm talking 1st world countries)

If you're here to say that, you pretty well off having a computer and internet. Generally speaking, Every gov't does the job is has to. Sure they make some ****** laws or whatever, but rarely anything extreme. I think people just like arguing.
User avatar #243 - tomtomvdp ONLINE (04/21/2013) [-]
That looks like the angriest milkman ever.
User avatar #377 - happygrowman (04/21/2013) [+] (1 reply)
and he drank in front of them and watched the thirsty children cry....
#342 - ManicalMayhem (04/21/2013) [+] (10 replies)
Yea because you know it wasn't Gov't that made them unable to get Milk in the first place. That's the typical patter with all government before they go corrupt. They are creating the problem so they can seem like the hero's when they solve the problem that they created in the first place.

I Praise them man for helping the family, but I still despise the situation they were forced in to by the police state.

<<< Soviet Russia rationing bread due to shortage, Heroes to us all </sarcasm>
User avatar #374 to #342 - ronyx (04/21/2013) [-]
Stop watching so many movies. I mean just hear yourself, you're saying that Obama is going to turn into a corrupt government? then sooner or later we're all gonna be round up on the streets and enslaved by our own government?

Sounds about right, do you also believe in the illuminati?
User avatar #191 - jokeface (04/21/2013) [+] (1 reply)
>Didn't read text first
>Saw picture
>Thought he was gonna smash the milk on the ground since that's the fad apparently

I've been on the internet too long.
#10 - Womens Study Major (04/21/2013) [+] (11 replies)
This is nice, I admit, but it doesn't justify what they did. Violating rights to catch one man isn't forgivable through one act of kindness. I'm sure police states around the world have these sort of stories. We just choose to ignore them because the actions of one man won't define the country.
A hair in your soup doesn't ruin the soup, and putting salt on a turd won't make it a meal.
User avatar #24 to #10 - alalalalal (04/21/2013) [-]
A hair in my soup ruins it op
User avatar #599 - juicyjuice (04/22/2013) [+] (2 replies)
>Shows up at house
>Hey I brought you milk!
>2%? Who do you think you are!
>this **** is so thick I choke on it
>Are you trying to kill my family?
+6
#254 - elitechristovsky **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [+] (17 replies)
#215 - SuperSixONE (04/21/2013) [+] (1 reply)
What he did to the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev:
What he did to the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev:
#33 - cedomir (04/21/2013) [-]
What ever happened to predictability,
the milk man,
the paper boy,
evening TV,
-7
#5 - chaotixx has deleted their comment [+] (3 replies)
User avatar #46 to #5 - alfjnn (04/21/2013) [-]
Guy.
I lived in one of those bombed countries.
**** man, I lived near Kosovo, I watched American Bombs Fall.

You want to talk about useless violence? Let's talk about Ethnic Clensing. American Foreign Policy saved the Region, man.

And I'm a ******* Serb.

Personally I'm thankful that some country actually gives a **** . America did more for this world than any other nation out there, in terms of foreign aid, acceptance of refugees, and bailouts.
User avatar #633 - billybobjoeii (04/22/2013) [+] (6 replies)
vaulttec... why would you do this? :'(
User avatar #639 to #637 - vaulttec (04/22/2013) [-]
tan
#322 - iluvharrypotter (04/21/2013) [-]
MILK'S HERE MOTHER ******
#298 - cptsweatpants (04/21/2013) [-]
we're gonna put this whole town under lockdown and won't hesitate to shoot you if you come out, but that's okay cause we brought some kids milk!
we're gonna put this whole town under lockdown and won't hesitate to shoot you if you come out, but that's okay cause we brought some kids milk!
User avatar #206 - loszombis (04/21/2013) [+] (27 replies)
lockdown? why were they in lockdown?
User avatar #236 to #229 - brenton (04/21/2013) [-]
He meant to say:

You don't America much, do you?
#73 - byposted (04/21/2013) [+] (40 replies)
So the $500,000,000 that was spent to put Boston under a form of martial law didn't have much efficiency, I see? The officer is obviously a nice person to give the family milk, but putting Boston on "lockdown;" the Feds showing their maximum force, as if there were a rebellion, for one guy, is a bit excessive.

I'd be concerned if what happened in the ultra-libturd city of Boston becomes conventional amongst Police. But, of course, to the libturds on FJ, they would love having their door broken down over the "probable clause" some Jew lawyer said would apply to a minor situation, via the 4th amendment.
User avatar #75 to #73 - darthblam (04/21/2013) [-]
The only reason for this that I could think of was that.. they didn't know what this kid could possibly do.. or if perhaps others may be involved. There was just too much unknown, so they expected the worst and went at it with as much force as possible.

Excessive in hindsight, but at the time.. they kind of had their reasons.
User avatar #521 - eight (04/22/2013) [+] (13 replies)
After Katrina we were held up in our house, our area wasn't badly damaged and was not flooded. The military went around through the neighborhood and confiscated all the weapons. They confiscated our weapons and held us at gun point as if we were criminals.

All the guns were legal. And we never got ANY of them back. My dad lost his rifle that was passed down from his great grandfather. It was a civil war relic, the very weapon he carried on his back during that war.

tl;dr, it wasn't right. They had no business doing that to us or to anyone.
User avatar #536 to #532 - huntergriff ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
to be fair...it was new orleans...i mean i remember hearing about people raping, killing and looting each other during the entire ordeal...seems kind of logical.
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