The Unwritten Portions of the Rules and Regulations Governing Conduct on Federal Property Supersede the First Amendment

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  1. Ansley says:

    I'm just floored that the woman's name is "lapriss". Do you think her mother really named her the equivalent of Miss Priss? That's awesome!

  2. Ken says:

    Where do they find these people?

    The unemployment line? Support groups for recently fired burger-flippers?

    Small, petty people, given petty power, tend to overindulge in it.

  3. Ken says:

    By the way, here are the rules in question. Petty thugs in such circumstances usually fall back on the "disorderly conduct" language.

  4. tgb says:

    Private security guards are always a source of amusement. When I was attending CCNY, security was contracted to Wackenhut. I won't say what we called them, except it ended in "-offs".

    Anyway, this being the 60's/early 70's and the time of real social protest, someone came up with the brilliant idea of arming these yabobs. The VERY FIRST DAY, one of them shot off his toe while twirling his firearm on his finger, "wild-West" style.

    The guns were confiscated the next day.