Saturday, July 1, 2017

Fireworks...But Not All Brains Do

Just in time for the 4th of July, here are some screenshots from those pathetic patriots from Our Town. These clowns are amazing. Who would Jesus harass next, right? Here's hoping that, in addition to shooting off their mouths, some of them blow off their hands in the next few days. (That might minimize the damage they can cause in the future...)

In the meantime, please note the NAMES of those involved, and feel free to share ANY AND ALL information about them you have. As a starter, here's a link to Scott Jensen's Facebook page...He's the owner of Angeles Communications...https://www.facebook.com/scott.jensen.3150

 
 
 
P.S. - Hope you're doing well, Adam Chamberlin, you convicted felon and well-documented bully. Still sleeping with illegal guns in your bed, Adam? What's the matter - can't you find a human to sleep with? Or can you only get it up for a gun with a big, long, hard barrel? 


28 comments:

  1. I'll bet most of these idiots are real "property rights" people. Real "freedom loving Americans".

    Funny how that "freedom" and "rights" thing goes with those types. They are all about "freedom", until people do things they don't approve of.

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  2. When is the Port Angeles Police Department, the Sheriffs' Department, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Homeland Security and other LAW enforcement agencies going to do their jobs, and step in, here?

    The harassment, threats and attacks are well documented. Here, once again, we see this terrorist group (yes, terrorist, as they are purposely employing fear through word and actions against a targeted group of people) continuing in their activities, which include using Face Book as a communications vehicle to arrange, plan and coordinate their attacks.

    What are they waiting for? Bigger headlines of more death and injury?

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    1. Ah shucks Barney Fife, it's only criminal conspiracy, trespass, theft, harassment, malicious mischief, violation of civil rights, and obstruction of justice. Nuthin at all to get concerned 'bout.

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  3. What kind of place in today's world allows this?

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    1. Port Angeles, clearly.

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  4. I know that these Our Town clowns think they're being proactive, that they're "making their town a better place." But, of course, they're woefully misguided, and Port Angeles - tired, poor, rundown and drug-addicted - shows all the signs of having received such "help" for years.

    Meanwhile, just down the road...

    "PORT TOWNSEND — A Port Townsend start-up that connects local growers to local customers won first place at the Silicon Valley Business Plan Competition."

    Yes, little old Port Townsend. Where they have com-pu-toers any everything. That everything includes a prosperous future - unlike Port Angeles.

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    1. As we see, year after year, people are avoiding Port Angeles. People continue to avoid Port Angeles.

      What does need to be pointed out is that these self righteous idiots are not new here. They have been here for years, working their magic in our town.

      Hmm. They have been working their magic here for years, and the town doesn't move forward, year after year.

      What conclusions can we draw?

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  5. It speaks volumes about PA and Clallam County that these criminals not just walk free, but are essentially encouraged by the local authorities. The idea that self-appointed vigilantes can repeatedly trespass on others' lands and commit their crimes, without ever bothering to contact the owner, is no solution to any social problem.

    Certainly no one wants an addict. But the overriding issue seems to be absent property owners not diligently policing their own lands. So one thing that this strapped city/county could do (in addition to making a prosecutorial example of these OT sociopaths) is to gather the evidence and levy a hefty fine on the property owners for health hazards, just as with other nuisances.
    There are far better ways of dealing with this than enabling ex-cons with anger management and other psychological imbalances.

    But not in uncivilized Clallam County. Notice to potential residents: IF YOU HAVE ANY EXPECTATIONS FOR THIS AREA, YOU WILL SWIFTLY BE DISAPPOINTED. WE IS AN IDIOCRACY!

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  6. Educate yourself folks, the police are not interested because there is no money to be made off these people. If they had money to pay fines and fees then there would be enforcement. It costs taxpayers up to $75 per night to incarcerate someone. Then if they have medical issues that likely doubles or triples. Plus they have turned this particular problem over to the vigilantes to solve and they happy to do so knowing their particular brand of enforcement will not be punished thanks to Mark Nichols.

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  7. I'll bet these morons would like to follow in the footsteps of Hitler to rid the area of undesirables.

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  8. You may have noticed from an article in the Port O Call where our Prosecuting Attorney, Mark Nichols has all but outlawed code enforcement. This is his responsibility yet he outsources it to his buddies at OT.

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  9. Of course, this whole thing is so, class-ist. It isn't that "these people" are addicts; there are way more addicts who live among us, who maintain their "respectable" image in our community, than there are street addicts and homeless.

    Yep, we continue criminalizing being poor, and not being part of this consumerist society.

    Alcoholics are addicts. We don't hunt them down. There are gambling addicts who steal, ruin their families, etc. We don't criminalize them.

    People trespass every day. I had a large rural property, and you can't imagine all the indignant "normal" people I had to ask to pack up their picnic spreads, sleeping bags, tents etc.

    "... gather the evidence and levy a hefty fine on the property owners for health hazards, just as with other nuisances."

    Peoples' misfortune and misery a nuisance?

    This is a solution? How does this help the most poor and needy among us?

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    1. Anon 3:22 You forgot to add tobacco. We all hear how "cigarettes are as addictive as heroin".

      "Tobacco-related costs for the United States is over $190 billion (healthcare costs, loss of productivity, etc.)"

      "Tobacco causes more deaths each year than all other substance abuse related deaths combined."

      Oh, and how people end up on the street?

      "Bankruptcies resulting from unpaid medical bills will affect nearly 2 million people this year—making health care the No. 1 cause of such filings, and outpacing bankruptcies due to credit-card bills or unpaid mortgages, according to new data."

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    2. This just in: Medical mistakes 3rd leading cause of death in US.

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    3. New Post on Port O Call News...
      http://portocallpublishing.com/2017/07/theres-something-vewy-vewy-screwy-about-this-901000-grant/

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    4. Medical mistakes are the third leading cause of death in the US, but that stat does not highlight all the people who are victims of "medical mistakes", but that do not die. People who end up in chronic pain, and have to take heavy pain meds to get by, for example.

      Or people who end up in bankruptcy, or lose their jobs, or lose their homes, as a result of "medical mistakes".

      Just because it hasn't happened to you, don't think it doesn't happen. 3rd leading cause of death, in the US? Over how many diseases, suicides, car crashes, etc?

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  10. Love is the only solution.

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  11. The righteous and pious. What a joke. They are all about being "of service", as long as it is comfortable and cute.

    Let's get real. It is all about judgement. We live in a Judaeo-Christian country that has a heavy influence of the Puritan era. Lots of people are quick to pass judgement on others, and it has the Puritan ethic as it's basis. That people who fall through the cracks are not trying hard enough to "better themselves". Their problems evidence of their moral failings.

    The well-to-do get shunted off to "treatment" when they get busted for their "indiscretions" such as substance abuse, gambling, criminal actions, and such. The poor go to jail.

    The accepted in society get "support". The shunned get harassment.

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    1. Very true. But this is not human nature. It's due to indoctrination. And we don't dare revisit that, do we? Even though it's only at the local level where we are free to do so.

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    2. Stupid people are easy to manipulate and control. Any wonder why America ranks so low in education?

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    3. Any wonder why the average education level in PA is right about 8th grade? That kind of populace presents the easiest of all to manipulate and control. And the string-pullers are equally below average. Hence this blog?

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  12. Numbers are WAY up today, so I'm guessing that Adam Chamberlin (convicted felon) and his Our Town clowns have tumbled to this posting here, being that they may be starting to sober up after the 4th of July. Hi, Adam! Hi, clowns! You're all a disgrace to your community - and in Port Angeles, that's really saying something.

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    1. To be a fly on the wall...

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    2. they are looking for something they can use for their nefarious purposes.

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  13. County Prosecutor Mark Nichols is accused of having been involved with a married woman when he was running for his current office. With such poor judgement in personal life his professional judgement is certainly open to questions. Anyone have info on this?

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  14. Sheriff Benedict has sent out a notification to all FB followers that Chamberlin has made a public records request for all 2200 pet licenses in the county. Benedict says he must comply, albeit reluctantly. He advises pet owners can file with superior court to attempt to block this broad disclosure.

    Why would anyone need all pet owner info?

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  15. Sheriff Benediction put out a FB notice that Chamberlin has requested all pet license info (about 2200 owners involved). Benediction must comply with the request, but suggests recourse to pet owners. What could AC be up to?

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  16. Based on FB responses, AC has withdrawn his public records request for pet licenses.

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