Ordinance 884 amendment on Feb. 8, 2011

Discussion in 'GoldBase' started by mnql1, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. mnql1 Member

    The agenda for the Feb. 8, 2011 Riverside County Board of Supervisors meeting includes an amendment to Ordinance 884 that would allow a targeted residential protest within 3 feet of the property line instead of 30.
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  2. Silly433 Moderator

    Umm is Stone trying to save his career? I mean, after Tunisia and the New York Times article, he may not be able to afford to look like a cultish...
  3. hushpuppy Member

    Stone is a whore.
  4. Smurf Member

    That's an insult to whores.
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  5. hushpuppy Member

    It is that.

    My sincere apologies to whores everywhere.
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  6. Sponge Member

    Ordinance 884 needs to be removed.
    If they can so easily change 30ft to 3ft then the mechanism is still there to change it back again at some future point whenever the next bunch of butthurt knee-jerkers start baawwing about people using free speech in their vicinity.
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  7. Herro Member

    What does stone have to do with Tunisia?
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  8. Anonymous Member

    What does Herro have to do with intelligence?
  9. Herro Member

    Man, that would have been wicked funny if this were a second grade classroom.

    Seriously though, what's the connection between Tunisia and Stone?
  10. Zak McKracken Member

    Anonymous (which Jeff Stone is probably at most, vaguely aware of) shows itself a force to be reckoned with?
  11. Herro Member

    You tryin to take credit for what happend in Tunisia, cracker?
  12. Anonymous Member

    Seriously though, what's the connection between Herro and intelligence?
  13. Herro Member

    There isn't one.
  14. Zak McKracken Member

    If we don't take credit then Scientology will, and Jeff Stone will never learn...
  15. Herro Member

    Oh shit, you're right!
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  16. Silly433 Moderator

    I was just meaning I'm under the impression the profile of anon has risen in the public eye lately, Herro.
  17. i'mglib Member

    Just got a call from BF/RIF.

    She's at the meeting and so is Mark Bunker. Mark almost got hawled away because Stone said he was off topic, and Mark kept talking. BF said he was great.

    Bunker and the others are waiting now to speak again during public comments. Woo hoo. BF said it's great.
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  18. i'mglib Member

    The ordinance was revised to change the distance to 3ft from the property line.

    Julie, AO, and Bunker spoke.

    There are reporters from the local papers, but the audience is pretty small.

    Stone reiterated his belief that Anonymous is racist and bigoted.

    Bunker spoke eloquently about Scientology, and why it's bad. Stone got upset, told him to stay on topic, and even called the guard to make him stop. Bunker refused.

    Bunker and the others will speak again during the public comments at the end
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  19. i'mglib Member

    Bunker did bring up the New Yorker article and the FBI investigation in his speech. RIF gave him her 3 minutes, so he had 6 minutes.
  20. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Sounds good.
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  22. Anonymous Member

    Is it on YouTube yet?
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  23. i'mglib Member

    Not yet, but KESQ already has a story, even though the meeting isn't over yet.

    Updated KESQ article:
    Supervisors Tone Down Residential Picketing Rules
    Same Supervisor Who Proposed Ordinance Proposed Losening Restrictions
    POSTED: 8:02 am PST February 8, 2011
    UPDATED: 11:02 am PST February 8, 2011

    RIVERSIDE -- Riverside County supervisors voted to alter a measure that prohibited protesting from within 30 feet of a residential property on Tuesday.

    Under the new rules, those picketing a residential property can come within three feet of the property line.

    The board voted 4-0 for the proposed changes. Supervisor John Tavaglione stepped away from the dais and missed the vote.

    Supervisor Jeff Stone, who first proposed the measure, said the change is a "worthwhile compromise" that will allow residents to protest the homes of registered sex offenders.

    Supervisors first approved the ordinance in March 2009 following a request from Golden Era Productions, which is owned by the Church of Scientology. Small groups of protesters regularly target the Gilman Hot Springs campus.

    Several residents spoke out against the church at the board meeting and urged supervisors to repeal the ordinance in its entirety.
  24. i'mglib Member

    Did I mention that Stone said Anonymous hates black people?
  25. Anonymous Member

    At past meetings, or today?
  26. Zak McKracken Member

    Why would Stone care?
    He's done a pretty good job of ignoring Anonytrolls so far, letting them shoot their own feet and yell at brick walls.
    I guess he's feeling defensive, what with backtracking on 884, but why not just give the bigot his 3 minutes?
    And THEN thank him for his time, and THEN have him escorted from the building.

    Composure, gentlemen.
    Its the stuff State Senators are made of.
  27. i'mglib Member


    I guess he made a couple comments saying he still believes all the bad things he heard about Anonymous.

    Not sure why he considers that to be on topic, yet Bunker talking about Human Trafficking at Gold Base is off topic.

    Indeed. Hopefully Stone will give up on that idea, and just fade into the sunset.
  28. Zak McKracken Member

    Anonymous = racist thugs is a good reason to keep them away from the private homes of innocent women and children. Scientology being worse, isn't really an argument against keeping racist thugs away from the private homes of innocent women and children.

    Scientology being worse is only indirectly connected to the issue of protecting families from disruption by mobs of hooligans. (At least, according to Stone, and perhaps some other board members.)

    That the allegations against Scientology are the only reason these people protest, is relevant to the protesters, and probably some interested third parties. Its not a huge stretch, but I can see where Stone is coming from. Too bad for him, that he's not in a position to make that call. :D

    For now, I DO hope he'll continue to spend his political capital, and Pharma windfall profits on useless campaigns that go nowhere,
    rather than being occupied with messing up the county. When that runs out, he can slink off into the hills like any ordinary sidewinder with his venom spent.
  29. hushpuppy Member

    AO is up next, then Bunker.
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  32. Anonymous Member

    Still waiting for Youtube...
  33. xenubarb Member

    They throw stones in Tunisia. That should be obvious.
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  34. Anonymous Member

    OMG I hate you so much right now.
  35. If you are anonywhore, and you were insulted by the vicious comparison to Sup Stone, I am willing to offer comfort. May lead to blow job(s). Especially if you swallow.

    Anonymous never forgets.
    If Rivercide BoS has any remembery at all, they will not go lightly into re-expanding the entheta-prohibition zone at some future junkture.
  36. Smurf Member

    I'm sorry, but my heart & 12-inch power drill is reserved for a particular, very rich & extremely retarded, Scientology spokesman.
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  37. hushpuppy Member

    Local media is writing about it:
  38. Is there any other kind?
  39. The video I took of the near-booting incident with Mark Bunker will be up in a few minutes. Mnql1's renderings from the meeting will come along later.

    Everyone did a great job today despite the fact the verdict was sealed from the start. It's strange how those guys are sticking together on this. Oh, except for Tavaglione (who is supervisor of Julie's district) who slunk out of the room moments before the vote. Julie did not let that go unnoticed. Heh. Love that lady.

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  40. mnql1 Member

    From the Feb. 8, 2011 meeting of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors:
    Part 1: Jeff Stone, Gary Grant
    Part 2: Julie Waltz
    Part 3: Mark Bunker, Pamela Walls, Bob Buster
    Part 4: AnonOrange
    Part 5: Pamela Walls, Jeff Stone, John Benoit, Colleen Walker, Bob Buster
    Part 6: Julie Waltz
    Part 7: AnonOrange
    Part 8: Mark Bunker

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