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Jax City Inspector Fines Business For Military Flags And Attacks Wounded Vet

Post by skb12172 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 12:35 am

So far, the whore is on a paid vacation. She needs to be fired. The protests are already organizing.
https://amp.news4jax.com/news/city-insp ... ontroversy
There must be an end to this intimidation by those who come to this great country, but reject its culture.

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Re: Jax City Inspector Fines Business For Military Flags And Attacks Wounded Vet

Post by tfbncc » Wed Apr 18, 2018 2:48 am

Jacksonville is a military town. This is NOT the place to start this kind of war. And the mayor knows this. The city inspector and her supervisor, who was also at the store, have both been suspended pending an internal investigation.

This store is only about 10 miles north of me.

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Post by Windy Wilson » Wed Apr 18, 2018 6:28 am

Suspension? Pounding the pavement looking for gainful employment again seems appropriate, ,but I guess they ARE entitled to the process they are due.
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Post by Vonz90 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 4:22 pm

tfbncc wrote:Jacksonville is a military town. This is NOT the place to start this kind of war. And the mayor knows this. The city inspector and her supervisor, who was also at the store, have both been suspended pending an internal investigation.

This store is only about 10 miles north of me.
I was never stationed in Jacksonville, but in my experience it is the military towns that really don't like the military (except for the money part).

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Post by Langenator » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:18 pm

Vonz90 wrote:
tfbncc wrote:Jacksonville is a military town. This is NOT the place to start this kind of war. And the mayor knows this. The city inspector and her supervisor, who was also at the store, have both been suspended pending an internal investigation.

This store is only about 10 miles north of me.
I was never stationed in Jacksonville, but in my experience it is the military towns that really don't like the military (except for the money part).
I can be a mixed bag - some do, some don't. Watertown, NY (Ft. Drum) doesn't like the Army. Fayetteville, NC does. The greater Seattle-Tacoma area (Naval stations Bremerton-Everett-Whidbey Island, JB Lewis-McChord) has truly mixed feelings - the leftist twits in Seattle proper and Olympia hate the military, while folks other places don't. Hampton Roads, VA (Norfolk-Portsmouth-Oceana, Little Creek, Langley AFB, Ft Eustis) is very pro-military.
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Re: Jax City Inspector Fines Business For Military Flags And Attacks Wounded Vet

Post by Vonz90 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:36 pm

Langenator wrote:
Vonz90 wrote:
tfbncc wrote:Jacksonville is a military town. This is NOT the place to start this kind of war. And the mayor knows this. The city inspector and her supervisor, who was also at the store, have both been suspended pending an internal investigation.

This store is only about 10 miles north of me.
I was never stationed in Jacksonville, but in my experience it is the military towns that really don't like the military (except for the money part).
Hampton Roads, VA (Norfolk-Portsmouth-Oceana, Little Creek, Langley AFB, Ft Eustis) is very pro-military.
That was not my experience when I was stationed there. It was a better immediately after GW1, but rapidly went back to F-em as time went on.

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Post by Jered » Wed Apr 18, 2018 11:55 pm

Langenator wrote: I can be a mixed bag - some do, some don't. Watertown, NY (Ft. Drum) doesn't like the Army. Fayetteville, NC does. The greater Seattle-Tacoma area (Naval stations Bremerton-Everett-Whidbey Island, JB Lewis-McChord) has truly mixed feelings - the leftist twits in Seattle proper and Olympia hate the military, while folks other places don't. Hampton Roads, VA (Norfolk-Portsmouth-Oceana, Little Creek, Langley AFB, Ft Eustis) is very pro-military.
But is Tillicum still a shithole?
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Post by Langenator » Thu Apr 19, 2018 1:56 am

Jered wrote:
Langenator wrote: I can be a mixed bag - some do, some don't. Watertown, NY (Ft. Drum) doesn't like the Army. Fayetteville, NC does. The greater Seattle-Tacoma area (Naval stations Bremerton-Everett-Whidbey Island, JB Lewis-McChord) has truly mixed feelings - the leftist twits in Seattle proper and Olympia hate the military, while folks other places don't. Hampton Roads, VA (Norfolk-Portsmouth-Oceana, Little Creek, Langley AFB, Ft Eustis) is very pro-military.
But is Tillicum still a shithole?
I assume so, but I haven't been there in over a decade. My in-laws live in Renton, which still boasts the scariest WalMart I've ever set foot in. (I'm still annoyed that the Cabela's in Lacey - one exit from my house on I-5 - opened less than two months after I PCS'ed to Ft Bragg.)
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Post by Jered » Thu Apr 19, 2018 3:23 pm

I haven't been there in probably five years.
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Re: Jax City Inspector Fines Business For Military Flags And Attacks Wounded Vet

Post by Steamforger » Thu Apr 19, 2018 8:24 pm

Can confirm Tillicum is still a hellhole.

My old boss calls it "Killascum". Apparently, he had thought poorly of some people in the neighborhood.

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