"No lemonade, civilian"

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    So people freely and peacefully choose to buy and sell lemonade, and the police decide to shut them down. How dare those people enjoy a delicious beverage on a hot day.
     
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    saltshaker Im over what damn hill?

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    Need more organization. The flash mobs (The DANCING ONES) get about a hundred people together. They need to do the same and set up about 25 different stands about 50 yards aprt at the same time. Makes a better impact. And the guy should have accidentally had his camera knocked out of his hands when the officer jammed it it so hard.
     
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    I don't think being a flash mob was the point.
     
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    It was clearly a setup of sorts.
     
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    No doubt about that. It was set up to show the absurdity of the law, which it did quite effectively.
     

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