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August 18, 2011

The reports about flash mob violence do not interest me when it concerns flash mobs going into businesses and taking.

The law of the land is now and always has been about protecting property.  Although many may argue that women have been treated like property and still are to a certain extent, women as property never seems to invoke action the way loss of non-human property does.

Did not the men who gang raped the 11-year-old female-child in Cleveland, Texas use their phones, cameras, and videotaping ability to spread the word about the forced availability of that poor child?

Moreover, I am quite sure, phones with texting and such were used during the horrific Dunbar Village rape of a female/mother.

Also, I don’t need a drop of evidence to surmise that phones were used during the gang rape of the female-child in Richmond, California.

Nevertheless, let us not make a federal case out of it.  No, not until the junk food and soft drinks start flying off the shelves of the local 7-11.

  1. Mary Sunshine permalink
    August 18, 2011 6:16 pm

    OMG, Kitty, so true.

    If only females would start putting flash mobs together …

  2. Nicky permalink
    August 20, 2011 2:08 pm

    If you think it’s bad with flash mobs. Just wait until you see this. This happened 2 months ago in my state and the story speaks for itself.


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