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Public Official Tail-Chasing Recipe

By Greg L | 25 August 2009 | Crime, Prince William County | 16 Comments

If you’re a bored kid and want to make sure that your prank causes the greatest amount of confusion and tail-chasing, the News & Messenger gives you the recipe on how to do that here.  No doubt this will be followed up with press conferences from visibly worried public officials and candidates telling us how seriously they’re taking the important problem of sod relocation at construction sites, and how important it is to prevent anyone moving turfgrass in ways that may shock our collective conscience.

Meanwhile, while these folks are so gripped with sod relocation issues, they haven’t made a peep about the behavior of some candidates for public office.  Nice distraction.

UPDATE: Police have charged four students from Stonewall Jackson High School ranging in age from 14 to 17 years old in the incident.  Looks like calling this a prank was on-target.



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16 Comments

  1. anon said on 25 Aug 2009 at 11:06 am:
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    I bet you would have viewed it different if it had been gang symbols. How are Swastikas any different than gang symbols? Or would have also called it a harmless prank if it had been gang symbols?

  2. Anonymous said on 25 Aug 2009 at 11:11 am:
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    What are the charges?

  3. Anonymous said on 25 Aug 2009 at 11:13 am:
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    The anti site is blaming this incident on christians and says it is a really serious thing that kids are pulling pranks like this. Goofballs, all of them.

  4. Greg L said on 25 Aug 2009 at 11:23 am:
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    The kids are being charged with vandalism.

    To the idiot that can’t discern between pranks that can be charged as misdemeanors, and felony gang participation that carries a mandatory five-year minimum sentence on top of whatever other charges can be levied, you are living in a complete fantasy land. Fools like you who can’t tell the difference between kids trying to play a stupid prank, and kids actively promoting a criminal enterprise that engages in human trafficking, drug distribution, extortion and murder-for-higher are the reason we have “zero-tolerance” rules that result in such stupid outcomes, and laws that treat defendants differently based on what prosecutors believe was going on in their head when they committed a criminal act. Go read George Orwell, you incompetent boob, and at least try to lift yourself out of the mire of idiocy in which you deliberately swim.

  5. Advocator said on 25 Aug 2009 at 12:39 pm:
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    I’m glad none of them knew how to spell “Advocator.”

  6. I'm just saying... said on 25 Aug 2009 at 6:38 pm:
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    A bi-racial group using biodegradable materials to create a religious symbol quite common in Eastern cultures… and I understand Birkenstock sandal footprints were found in the sod and soy wrappers were left behind. They were probably vegans! Would we prefer spray paint?

    It’s a prank… don’t waste the money on prosecution… forgetaboutit.

  7. Bob Wills said on 25 Aug 2009 at 7:28 pm:
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    Greg

    You made a fool out of your self. You think that justifying KKK or the swastikas is a joke you are one sick individual. At least we now have a bench mark on what your level of consideration is about life and history.

  8. NotAJoke said on 25 Aug 2009 at 7:44 pm:
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    I’m just saying… said on 25 Aug 2009 at 6:38 pm:

    “A bi-racial group using biodegradable materials to create a religious symbol quite common in Eastern cultures… ”

    We aren’t an Eastern culture, and that symbol has quite a different meaning in Western cultures. That’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve seen posted about this incident. You could say the gang symbols are quite common in South and Central American cultures too, by that same logic!

    It’s interesting that people seem to be treating this as one big joke.

  9. Greg L said on 25 Aug 2009 at 7:48 pm:
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    Bob, are you friggin’ kidding me? When a group of African-American and white schoolchildren arrange pieces of sod into a swastica, and I supposed to think this is a legitimate threat that the nazis are coming to Manassas? Only some oversensitive sanctimonious pompous butthead is going to get all concerned about something like this and not recognize this as the school kid prank that it is. Grow the heck up.

    Really, the joke is on all the hyper-sensitive liberals who are going to get their panties in a twist about this. You all got into tail-chasing mode over nothing, because some kids knew how to push your buttons and make you cower in your closet wondering when the KKK was going to start burning crosses in your living room. You’re showing kids how to mess with your heads, get you all in a tizzy, and start running to public officials who will dutifully issue all sorts of falsely emotional statements about how concerned they all are.

    Although what these kids did was wrong, and I hope their parents take a belt to their bottoms the way it was done when I was growing up, they demonstrate just how hyper-sensitive we have all become, and how eager we are to try to invent bogeymen that don’t exist other than in the mind of some creative adolescent who wants to get a rise out of us. If society wasn’t so terrified of itself, not only wouldn’t pranks like this get splashed all over the media, but we wouldn’t be encouraging kids to screw with us by demonstrating exactly how they can get our collective goat.

    Total property damage from this prank is maybe ten bucks. Only utter knuckleheads are giving this as much attention as a ten thousand dollar property crime. If you want more of this crap, just keep showing kids that it’s the perfect way to get you to wet your pants on cue.

  10. I'm just saying... said on 25 Aug 2009 at 8:34 pm:
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    I’m with Greg on this one! It’s what we make of it… and you’re making too much of it. The irony of racial slurs and a swastika created in sod… is… well… just plain funny (in a Mel Brooks Young Frankenstein sort of way). We take ourselves much seriously these days (and, as a veteran of one too many wars who is lucky to still be alive, I claim the right to laugh stuff like this off. I’ve seen worse.) You know, if we laughed at stuff like this instead of “getting our panties in a bunch”, we would probably see less of it.

    (Greg, I particularly liked the “…oversensitive sanctimonious pompous butthead…” remark. You do have a way with words.

  11. Manassas Resident said on 25 Aug 2009 at 8:55 pm:
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    Bob Wills is a complete nutjob that rants on for ever about Korean Dry Cleaning companies, or about what flags were stored in who’s office. He never makes any sense. Go get ‘em.

  12. smurf said on 26 Aug 2009 at 5:29 pm:
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    these kids were just a bunch of idiots…for sure KKK, Nazi Symbols are a big deal..at least they were. Both “organizations” are essentially dead. Not to make light of the situation, but these kids were just trying to spark a rise out of people, and they did. Now it’s over and we can all move on to bigger things…like crappy politicians and nice weather….

  13. es_la_ley said on 26 Aug 2009 at 6:10 pm:
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    NotAJoke said on 25 Aug 2009 at 7:44 pm:

    We aren’t an Eastern culture, and that symbol has quite a different meaning in Western cultures.

    Actually, the Hopi, Navajo and other tribes used it. So did Germanic tribes and the Vikings. I’d call that Western, but I’m just picking nits here. :-)

    ‘Twasn’t until Hitler and the Nazis hijacked the symbol that it became ‘evil’. Filthy b@st@rds.

  14. es_la_ley said on 26 Aug 2009 at 6:12 pm:
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    Oops! Seems anything written with the @ sign becomes a “mailto:” link. My bad.

  15. NotAJoke said on 26 Aug 2009 at 8:18 pm:
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    es_la_ley said on 26 Aug 2009 at 6:10 pm:

    Actually, the Hopi, Navajo and other tribes used it. So did Germanic tribes and the Vikings. I’d call that Western, but I’m just picking nits here. :-)

    Your point is well taken - I was just responding to “I’m just saying…” who talked about it being used in Eastern cultures.

    Indeed, the symbol was used a lot for non-evil purposes until to the Nazis appropriated it.

  16. I'm just saying... said on 26 Aug 2009 at 8:21 pm:
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    es_la_ley,

    While your point is well taken it is still on use in the Far East today… ergo, my reference. Of course, this is in the context of the satire my original post was intended to be. I’m amazed some people took it seriously… doesn’t anyone watch Saturday Night Live (but me)?

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