Moms Demand Action meeting tonight Lexington

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Might be stopping by tonight to see what the offense looks like

 

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I always wondered if they went for the double entendre name on purpose, or if they were so fat and out of touch they have no idea how funny it is they are demanding 'action'

Stop in and do a stripper cop routine for them. See if they really demand action or not. [rofl]
 

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...explain that they thought moms demanding "action" meant something entirely different.
was talking to my buddy and his wife this morning....she was hoping it was a movement to get better battery life from a sex toy. lol, hot shit she is, but i'm pretty sure she was serious. 1581349133513.png
 

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Bunch of dudes should show up wearing banana hammocks and explain that they thought moms demanding "action" meant something entirely different.

TBH, there is a reason why they are looking for action, seeing them in Fram meetings, they are old shriveled hags and I wouldn't let anyone stick into it.

They also tend NOT discuss anything, it's basically like a cult indoctrination. You can come and listen to their lies, but you can't say or argue shit.
 

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^^ Brandishing is not a criminal offense in MA.
They don't call it brandishing, they call it Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (ADW) - any overt act done with a dangerous weapon that places someone in fear. One guy opened his jacket to show his holstered weapon and was convicted of ADW - a felony.
 

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Show up with one of these?

 

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sounds like the next best place for an NES meetup. and if/when they deny, sue the town for discrimination. Play the leftists game of identity politics.
 
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