PAYBACK’S A BITCH ON THE STREETS OF PASADENA AND FULLERTON


On May 30, 2016 we celebrate the lives of and honor those who never returned home and those that did who were never the same while fighting for our God given rights to live as a safe and free society.

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The memorial services all have one thing in common: we honor the brave men and women that constitute the fallen who fell for our freedom. Ladies and gentlemen, listen up. Much work lies ahead. The fallen gave it all so that enemies both foreign and domestic would never have their way with the American people. Many that actually made it home were never the same and to this day wander the streets trying to return to a sense of normalcy that will remain forever elusive comprising an ever burgeoning homeless population.

Fast forward to 2016- In the most abominable sense of irony, under the dark auspices of FPD chief Dan Hughes who tried to frame my close friends, regularly wraps himself in the American flag and makes it illegal to feed the homeless but it is apparently not illegal to murder them. Folks that is where we are today in Fullerton.

FPD's Dan Hughes

Just one day after Independence day 5 years ago, we witnessed a televised event that would make those that paid the ultimate price turn over in their graves.

On July 5, 2011, Kelly Thomas, while being detained and mind screwed by a few thugs with badges, fell into the trap of police provocation and it ended up costing him dearly.  It ended up costing him his life. https://thefullertoninformer.com/fullertons-kelly-thomas-murder-her-people-pillars-pillage-plunder-and-all-of-our-peril/
In the dystopian, North Korean style aftermath of the Fullerton officers’ acquittals, more protests erupted. The trials were delayed long enough to get this out of most peoples’ minds. Damage control was now the name of the game.

So here is the moral of the story that needs to be incorporated into the Fullerton School District’s common core curriculum. It goes something like this:  If you wear a badge and murder an innocent citizen on camera, you get the best lawyers money can buy, get out of jail free, and get the longest paid vacations in Fullerton’s history.  If you don’t wear a badge and spill the beans on the men in the black uniforms, it’s the hoosegow or bust.

The ensuing protests were impressive and considering the reason for them, they for the most part remained surprisingly peaceful. AJ with other members of the media were there live streaming the developments as they unfolded. Cops hate the independent media’s live streamers because confiscating the the devices or their memory cards doesn’t keep misdeeds out of the cloud, it simply keeps the footage out of their hot little hands.  AJ was a live streamer at the protests when an unlawful assembly was declared. So why did our very own Dragnet boys in black have the hots for him so much so that they took their show 40 miles down the road out of uniform to the streets of Pasadena to pick him up on a MISDEMEANOR!  Yeah they don’t have an officer to keep tabs on the sex offenders in town but good old Danny boy sure has no problem with throwin’ around some dough to bring our boys home when they cross that line-the line our veterans and soldiers bled out barefoot in the snow or soaking wet with bullets in their backs on the beaches of Normandy to hold-our First Amendment rights as Americans. Ladies and gentlemen, here are your tax dollars at work and they claim there is no culture of corruption in The FPD?

Where have we devolved to as a society that the long arm of the law deems clear cut video evidence during a murder extraneous and meticulously analyzes other video evidence of a  protest to criminally implicate a member of the press engaging in activities that ostensibly are designed to keep us free.
It is just where we are folks but it doesn’t have to be that way.

Is this a taste of things to come?

THE STREETS OF SALINAS-SALINAS, CALIFORNIA

What do we tell our children ladies and gentlemen? What do we make of the dichotomy of what is taught in the civics textbooks, and the abdication of our civic responsibilities that  have allowed us to reach this point? Look them in the eyes tonight and ponder this as you celebrate Memorial day. Remember those who gave their lives to keep behaviors such as this relegated to banana republic cesspools. I know that they would turn over in their graves if they could see just how much we have let them and our children down.

Come out today and show you care and are not afraid to stand up for what is right against those who stand for what is wrong who act like right and wrong no longer matter.

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  1. #1 by Anonymous on May 21, 2014 - 3:23 pm

    Truer words were never spoken.

  2. #2 by Semper Fi on May 21, 2014 - 6:24 pm

    Over the course of all of my tours of duty in middle east and abroad, I had never witnessed the brutality that Kelly Thomas was afforded and this drunken man was dealt. This is not the America I have proudly served! You are nothing but a bunch of jack booted thugs.

  3. #3 by Robbie on May 21, 2014 - 9:05 pm

    Pull papers Joe. What the hell.

    • #4 by amateur night on May 22, 2014 - 9:27 am

      Given ’em a run for their dirty money Joe. Give ’em hell.

    • #5 by penchant for change on May 23, 2014 - 9:33 am

      It would certainly allow you to expand your platform.

  4. #6 by Anonymous on May 22, 2014 - 7:01 am

    While the actions of Dan Hughes were perfectly legal in this case as he was fully within his rights as chief, one has to wonder what his motives were in casting the net on this very day? The timing was odd or was it?

    • #7 by Joe Imbriano on May 22, 2014 - 7:50 am

      I am not so sure of that. Timing? He had an event to attend to so they made sure he missed it. Something to do with the new baseball coach.

  5. #8 by Robocop on May 23, 2014 - 2:39 pm

    With Felz and company, Danny Boy and Doug, we are all in good hands.

  6. #9 by Audrey on May 23, 2014 - 3:43 pm

    The second video made me cry. It is not appropriate for young children.

  7. #10 by Barry Levinson on May 24, 2014 - 1:28 pm

    Jean Thaxton spoke at Tuesday’s Fullerton city council meeting, She informed the public that she spoke directly with Police Chief Hughes earlier. He told her that his department reviewed the video footage of the KT protest after the fact and determined additional people to arrest for non-violent misdemeanor charges. It was also claimed at city council, that all 5 citizens live streaming the event was all arrested either at the time or after reviewing the video. With Police Chief present during all these claims, none were refuted by him or anyone else on the city council dais. It sure seems like a lot of time, effort, manpower and money was spent for the lowest levels of misdemeanor charges. With all this information, without a good explanation by our police chief (up until now, we have no explanation from the police chief), it sure appears that there were motives other than doing good objective police work that were involved front and center here. But we can all look forward to another taxpayer funded feel good FPD story from Bill Rams, a FPD paid “communications” consultant. For a police chief who frequently complains about the understaffing and underfunding of his department, he sure knows how to waste our tax dollars on totally non-essential and hard to justify expenditures. However, all the above expenditures does make perfect sense, if you believe we have a FPD for the exclusive benefit of the FPD, its employees and the police chief himself..

    If you would like to ask a question to our Police Chief, he will be the featured guest speaker (for the Republican Women’s Federated Group, both men and women are welcome) this Wednesday May 30th at 6:00 PM, at Sizzler’s Restaurant on N. Harbor Blvd in Fullerton just north of Brea Blvd interchange.

    Maybe if we are lucky he will finally respond to a question that I have posed to him multiple times. That question is the name of the person who supposedly has replaced Reserve Officer Bill Wallis who retired from his position of Fullerton Sex Crime Registry monitor and enforcer as of early April 2014!

    It is amazing to me the arrogance and lack of civic good will that will allow are highest appointed officials (Dan Hughes and City Manager Joe Felz to not respond to the simplest questions about the staffing of our Police Department funded by our tax dollars. Does this provide evidence that they think of themselves as faithful public servants, or does this show an attitude that clearly implies that they are the master and we the public are their servants. Maybe someone will ask the good chief that question as well.

  8. #11 by dead men tell no tales on June 1, 2014 - 11:56 pm

    WTF? The guy is dead, Brady cop smashes DAR? Where else but in Fullerton?

    http://cbsla.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/dean_gochenour_custodial_death_investigation_letter.pdf

  9. #13 by Anonymous on July 4, 2014 - 9:01 pm

    That is what he get’s for taunting those officers. All he had to do was submit when the order to disperse was given. An unlawful assembly was declared. You gadflies are always whining about “precious tax money”. Well, how much did Fullerton residents have to spend to babysit you pinkos and your rabble out there for months on end every weekend? How about it?

    • #14 by Reality Is..... on May 31, 2016 - 1:25 pm

      Fullerton Officers enjoyed it all. They made tons of overtime money. Most cops love protests these days. It makes for hundreds of thousands of dollars of overtime and some good times.

  10. #15 by Fullerton Lover on May 30, 2016 - 12:49 pm

    Hard to believe that the gullible residents of Fullerton don’t realize that they’re getting fleeced for over $1,000.00 a day, for what basically amounts to nothing but lip service from “Chief Danny” Hughes.

    Danny E Hughes
    CHIEF OF POLICE

    Regular pay:
    $199,600.00

    Overtime pay:
    $0.00

    Other pay:
    $51,931.00

    Total pay:
    $251,531.00

    Total benefits:
    $119,539.00

    Total pay & benefits:
    $371,070.00

    http://transparentcalifornia.com/salaries/2014/fullerton/danny-e-hughes/

    • #16 by Anonymous on May 30, 2016 - 9:42 pm

      What do other police chiefs in the surrounding cities earn?

      • #17 by Reality Is..... on May 31, 2016 - 7:33 am

        Don’t ask that. I ask that about surrounding area officers compared to Fullerton, and also about how the pay and benefits for Fullerton cops shows on a chart the last 10 years. I get ignored. They know it won’t fit their biased agendas so they just ignore the question. They know the cops and fire in Fullerton are lower than surrounding areas and that the recent raises were more than fair, or actually low, when you look at the last 10 years. You will learn that the only thing preached here is hate for public safety and government workers, and you will never hear they acknowledge any good done by anyone. Wait, Barry did say that one time someone helped him push his personal agenda item and he gave them kudos. And that they can’t hate cops because their family was once a cop LOL. Comical.

  11. #19 by Reality Is..... on May 31, 2016 - 7:18 am

    Yawn. Still the best you can do is whine about things from years ago huh? DannyBoy is about ready to retire and so if Felz and the best you can do it continue to cry that they both won’t listen to you and do what you ask? Then they have an ice cream day and you say it’s a bad thing. LOL you guys are so predictable. I actually love it. It provides pure entertainment. As long as you all hate current public safety so much, and continue to not even recognize all the good work public safety and city workers do each day, the more people will continue to ignore what you say and do. Keep it up.

  12. #20 by Reality Is..... on May 31, 2016 - 7:39 am

    But awesome post anyways. Love the ice cream flier. I didn’t even read it before I said that. I just figured it was an ice cream social and it was their flier. Love the hate. Keep it up. By the way, do you know who is taking DannyBoy’s and Felz’s place when they retire this year? Make sure you get your boys lined up to talk. Maybe someone will listen?

  13. #21 by Reality Is..... on May 31, 2016 - 7:42 am

    Barry or Joe. Was AJ found guilty? Curious. I have no problem with PD going after that clown. He was a bad face for the protests. He’s one of those local idiots that travels around to protests with the sole intent of causing issues. I’m hoping he was found guilty.

    • #22 by Fullerton Lover on May 31, 2016 - 1:54 pm

      Hope in one hand. Now go caca in the other. Which one filled up faster?

      http://www.kindheartedcompassion.org/activists.html

    • #23 by Fullerton Lover on May 31, 2016 - 2:06 pm

      So how about an educated guess as to how much the residents of Fullerton paid for six police officers to arrest and detain AJ in Pasadena on a misdemeanor failure to disburse charge?

      How much do you figure it costs for a jury trial for three days…

      only to have the city of Fullerton drop charges?

      • #24 by Reality Is.. on May 31, 2016 - 8:09 pm

        Crime is a crime. Don’t pick ones you want enforced and ones you don’t. Well worth it. AJ is a POS.

        6 officers were free. All on duty catching bad guys.

        Juries are free too.

        City can’t drop charges. DA makes that call.

        • #25 by Fullerton Lover on June 1, 2016 - 1:41 pm

          Even the Judge in this case conceded that the arrest of A.J. or “Anaheim James” Redkey was a colossal waste of resources by the Fullerton law enforcement community.

          http://www.ocweekly.com/news/case-dismissed-against-citizen-journalists-arrested-after-kelly-thomas-verdict-protest-6781613

          Attorneys for the citizen journalists joined in on the informal lunchtime celebration. “They were never going to take a plea deal because they were not guilty,” says Derek Bercher, who represented Beers. “Luckily, the judge put an end to it and didn’t allow a retrial. He basically closed the book on what was a colossal waste of prosecution resources, time and energy.”

  14. #26 by Anonymous on May 31, 2016 - 9:49 am

    Reality is…. I’m mean Atascadero Andrew Goodrich has been a busy beaver defending Danny Boy…must need some overtime money?

    • #27 by Reality Is..... on May 31, 2016 - 1:24 pm

      Well. Tony Bushala and his Klan wanted Goodrich fired when he was the spokeshole during the Thomas incident. Goodrich was then promoted. As you can see, when mean people want something the opposite usually happens. They wanted Hughes fired, he was promoted, they wanted Sheriff’s to takeover, PD stayed. See the theme? Mean people never get what they want in politics and city government. The people get what they want by voting in the people to make the big decisions. Sometimes, when I see people like Travis, Tony B, Joe, and Barry, I think the system is working well because if any of them were ever in office for a period of time, they would utterly destroy and bankrupt the city with their decisions, most of which would be in retaliation for previous decisions. So expect Goodrich to get promoted to Captain when DannyBoy retires this year. 🙂

      • #28 by Fullerton Lover on June 1, 2016 - 7:07 pm

        Video of Ron Thomas on the evening news calling Andrew Goodrich a big fat liar…

        …o.k. maybe it was just a “liar” and I threw the adjectives in myself : )

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYxkU-oNPw4

        • #29 by Anonymous on June 1, 2016 - 10:13 pm

          Well we all know Ron Thomas has an impeccable character, and obviously have to trust his assessment.

        • #30 by Reality Is.. on June 2, 2016 - 5:28 pm

          Ron Thomas really Isn’t a good example of someone you want to hold in high esteem. He’s a liar from the start and ended as the biggest liar in Fullerton history. People should have caught onto him quick when he said he was a retired Deputy Sheriff. He was fired because he couldn’t do the job. Then he promised the Army the world, wouldn’t ever settle no matter what, and would help out the Fullerton homeless forever. Anyone heard from him since he got his millions? Look at my posts on FFFF. I said who he was often and what he would do. He’s a con man and liar. He abandoned that kid years ago but saw his chance to be on camera often and get money easy. Ron should have never got a dollar. That money should have all gone to charity. Disgrace he is.

      • #31 by Atta Boy on September 5, 2016 - 5:01 pm

        So…exactly what is Goodbitch doing in the black n white on patrol duty? Promotion? Me thinks not. This is what was stated in Back the Badge.
        Lieutenants Mike Chlebowski and Andrew Goodrich, along with Sergeants Kevin Craig, Mike Hines, Dan Castillo and Tony Bogart, will be assigned to Patrol.
        Just Lovely. Thinking these goons sweating behind the wheel apprehending pre- teen bicyclist-that is funny.

        • #32 by Danny Boy on September 6, 2016 - 12:27 pm

          Police don’t chase people anymore. it’s against the kindler, gentler, more chances, no punishments, no jail time, democratic agenda of this state and country. Which is why crime is on the rise dramatically, and there are transients all over the state increasing daily. This state is done.

    • #33 by Fullerton Lover on May 31, 2016 - 1:38 pm

      There’s another bargain for the residents of Fullerton @ $245,000.00 a year or almost $700.00 a day for a guy who can barely do a sit-up.

      Andrew S Goodrich

      Regular pay:
      $129,935.00

      Overtime pay:
      $717.00

      Other pay:
      $20,384.00

      Total pay:
      $151,036.00

      Total benefits:
      $94,940.00

      Total pay & benefits:
      $245,976.00

      • #34 by Reality Is.. on May 31, 2016 - 8:10 pm

        LOL awesome. Mr Goodbar works hard. Wait until he gets Captain. Then his numbers will buy pizza for the whole city. Don’t forget he gets a raise soon too.

      • #35 by Anonymous on May 31, 2016 - 10:02 pm

        How much does a Police Lieutenant make in other cities? Is this out of the normal range?

        • #36 by Reality Is..... on June 1, 2016 - 7:15 am

          It’s about the same. If you took all Southern California agencies, Fullerton would come out lower than the average. That’s why they got the recent raise finally. I keep asking for the 10 year charts for Fullerton pay and benefits but it doesn’t fit into the biased agenda here.

          • #37 by Fullerton Lover on June 2, 2016 - 5:59 am

            Well how about if I provide you with the last four years of pay and benefits for ALL employees of the city of Fullerton, and you simply point out to me which one you think is underpaid o.k.?

            http://transparentcalifornia.com/salaries/2014/fullerton/?page=1

            • #38 by Reality Is.. on June 2, 2016 - 11:20 am

              All of them. Fullerton hasn’t been compensated fairly for years. That’s why they got recent raises. They will get 2% a year for awhile now to make up for the last 10 years of takeaways.

              Now do a comparison of Fullerton with all OC agencies and the all California agencies. Maybe that will help you understand. Or are you like Joe and Barry and just feel all Police and Fire and City and State employees are overpaid and compensated no matter what they make? That would make more sense.

              • #39 by Fullerton Lover on June 2, 2016 - 12:25 pm

                When the average full time salary in the private sector of Fullerton, is about half of the average salary for a full time salary of one of their city employees, then yeah I’d say that’s a problem.

                Fullerton (2014)

                Total population
                137,945

                Total number of city employees
                931

                Total number of full-time,
                year-round city employees
                530

                Median pay for full-time,
                year-round city employees
                $77,854

                Median pay and benefits for
                full-time, year-round city employees
                $110,444

                Total city employee compensation
                $73,861,154

                Total city employee compensation
                cost per resident
                $535

                Median earnings for full-time,
                year-round private workers
                $46,608

                • #40 by Anonymous on June 2, 2016 - 2:23 pm

                  So now you’re arguing for income equality?

                  Or are you just jealous city workers are paid more than the food/service employees that are probably on the lower end of the income spectrum? The obvious solution is to underpay the fraction of a percentage of the population that is valuable city workers! No chance they’ll just leave for better-paying jobs elsewhere, where the residents don’t take a crap on them as often as they can. That will definitely improve our city, no doubt about it.

                  You guys really think these things through.

                  • #41 by Reality Is.. on June 2, 2016 - 5:23 pm

                    Comical huh? I was thinking about that too. 8-10-15-20 years ago people laughed when you were a cop or city worker because your pay sucked and you worked hard. Only positive anyone would say is you have good benefits. Now the haters say you make too much! Boy how times change quick! Complainers want to complain now but would never want to do the city job or be a cop ever. I’m seeing why people ignore people now and enjoy life.

                    🙂

                  • #42 by Fullerton Lover on June 2, 2016 - 7:24 pm

                    When you consider that less than 10 % of the jobs working with the city of Fullerton require a four-year college education, than IMHO I would still consider an average salary of $6,000.00 a month, or $37.50 an hour is overpaid in today’s economy.

                    If you consider that each worker is actually compensated almost $10,000.00 per month, or $62.50 per hour, it’s pretty plain to see that the residents are getting fleeced.

                    • #43 by Reality Is.. on June 2, 2016 - 9:38 pm

                      Your opinion. You are entitled to that. I just wholeheartedly disagree.

                • #44 by Reality Is.. on June 2, 2016 - 3:54 pm

                  You proved my point. Thanks.

                  I suppose McDonalds workers should make the same as a city employee too right?

                  Apples and Oranges can’t be the same just when you want them to be the same.

                  Reminds me of when Tony B’s pawns were screaming to go Sheriff’s no matter what the cost or if Sheriff’s could even pull it off. Just do it because. You want Fullerton to be paid peanuts. Thank God that will never happen. They will always be compensated lower than other OC agencies and they will continue to do the job professionally and with high quality. Yes I know you will say like beating Kelly. Yes as long as that’s all you can talk about or the other few incidents from 5-10-15 years ago, they are doing a great job.

                  🙂

                • #45 by Reality Is.. on June 2, 2016 - 3:55 pm

                  And 77k is peanuts these days. 46k? Damn that’s ghetto. They must have studied McDonalds workers. Lol 🙂

  15. #46 by Anonymous on May 31, 2016 - 11:02 pm

    Word on the street is that Bruce Whitaker is gonna roll out Norby wrapped in a giant zig zag any day now with some of Nelson’s grease all over his forehead so the papers wont stick. Vegas odds anyone?

    • #47 by Reality Is..... on June 1, 2016 - 7:16 am

      Bruce fooled all the haters.

  16. #48 by Reality Is.. on June 2, 2016 - 5:57 pm

    Solid police department we have. So many good things they do keeping this City safe. Good work.

    https://www.facebook.com/FullertonPolice/videos/1051514328274128/

    • #49 by Fullerton Lover on June 2, 2016 - 7:41 pm

      Yeah I saw a LOT of feedback on Facebook towards the Fullerton PD from the community in the comments section…not too many that were positive either.

      https://www.facebook.com/KeepFullertonPolice

      Just sayin…

      https://www.facebook.com/KeepFullertonPolice

      • #50 by Reality Is.. on June 2, 2016 - 9:45 pm

        Doesn’t surprise me at all. I’ve found that weak people get strong behind a keyboard. They also make most things up. I’ve found the Internet or statements by people are 10% fact and 90% lies and personal opinions. I would expect all police departments to have mostly negative things on Yelp or Facebook. Policing is negative at times and the Internet gives people the opportunity to talk smack freely. A release.

        The main thing that doesn’t surprise me is that you put a link from 3 years ago when a trial was going on. Of course it would have all the Kelly’s Army people spouting hate. I’m sure Tony B’s klan was in there too. Let’s go review comments this year or last and see how they look. Old material gets so old here lol

        🙂

    • #51 by Fullerton Lover on June 2, 2016 - 7:50 pm

      …and it doesn’t look like the people reviewing the Fullerton PD on Yelp are all that impressed with them…

      http://www.yelp.com/biz/fullerton-police-department-fullerton

      p.s. save the public relations garbage that the Fullerton PD generates for little Lou Ponsi of the Register to post.

      It’s all he’s really capable of doing is regurgitating.

      • #52 by Fullerton Lover on June 2, 2016 - 8:35 pm

        …Fullerton PD doesn’t appear to be to user friendly with people that reviewed them on Google either?

        …as long as there is absolutely ZERO police oversight in Fullerton, of course your never going to hear any negative self reporting.

        Remember that these are the same officers who were allowed to smash and destroy their own digitally activated recorders, rather than incriminate themselves in a crime.

        http://articles.latimes.com/2012/mar/14/local/la-me-fullerton-police-20120314

        https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=fullerton+police&lrd=0x80dd2a08fea8e413:0xa298508aaab988bf,1,,

        • #53 by Reality Is.. on June 4, 2016 - 9:07 am

          Old news again? That’s all you have? How many police agencies in the OC have so called police oversight? How many in Calfornia the size of Fullerton have it? It won’t work for a reason. People like you that want it want a panel of you, Joe, Barry, Tony B, and Travis on the panel oversight committee. Could you imagine? Now you see why it won’t work? It’s this thought and concept that insures POBAR will never go away. Politically hanging cops for an initial perception of an incident is wrong. You all would hang cops the second you saw a clip of a video. I’m all for holding cops accountable but not by people that hate cops and feel they do no good. POBAR has saved many cops careers and cost cities millions of dollars for political hanging cops.

      • #54 by Reality Is.. on June 2, 2016 - 9:45 pm

        Lol 🙂

      • #55 by Anonymous on June 3, 2016 - 8:36 am

        You’re seriously looking at online reviews as an evaluation of a police department?

        I know people on this website have a flair for ignoring reality, but this is hilarious, even for you dolts.

  17. #57 by Reality Is.. on June 5, 2016 - 7:32 pm

    Hundreds of cops in Buena Park including Fullerton PD. Bad guys have guns. Joe and Barry finally go over the edge?

    • #58 by Anonymous on June 6, 2016 - 7:09 am

      Maybe the next time they assault a rep from a wireless company they will be caught in the act…

    • #60 by Anonymous on June 6, 2016 - 8:47 am

      “The man who lived there was not a very nice man,” said a neighbor who declined to be identified.
      Neighbors had reportedly been literally begging the Buena Park police to confront this suspect dealing drugs out of this home for several years.

      “I’m really startled right now,” the woman added, her voice breaking with emotion. “I can’t believe this is happening in our community, when there’s a police station literally across the other side.” Buena Park police headquarters is located less than two blocks from the burned house.

      In hindsight, the ounce of prevention would have been much cheaper than the SWAT response which involved hundreds of hours of overtime on a Sunday, in order to “keep us all safe”.

      • #61 by Reality Is.. on June 6, 2016 - 11:36 am

        True. Sounds so simple. Getting in a dope dealers house is tough at times. Plus in California dope laws are non existent these days so what’s the point? Voters liked Prop 47 and AB109 so it’s all about the criminals now, not the rights of the community.

  18. #62 by Reality Is.. on June 6, 2016 - 12:28 pm

    Big news. This Friday big event 10am-6pm at the Slidebar! KFI Gary and Shannon followed by Petro. News and Brews! Tons of people and activity. Come join in the fun. Have some good brews, good company, good fried pickles, and a Mac and cheese. Support this event and this great establishment.

    🙂

    • #63 by Fullerton Lover on June 6, 2016 - 10:35 pm

      Awesome. I’m doing that as we speak. I just took down the Mac n Cheese and fried pickles. Delicious. I’m about to go watch Fullerton PD manhandle some drunks. Does it get any better? People watching to some good tunes on a Saturday night? I think I just saw Ron Thomas pissing on the memorial too.

  19. #67 by Reality Is.. on June 10, 2016 - 7:42 am

    Sure has been quiet lately.

    Big day at the SlideBar today. Let’s make something to talk about.

    • #68 by Anonymous on June 10, 2016 - 10:04 am

      Joe’s crying in his beer about his girl not getting elected to the County Board of Education.

      • #69 by Joe Imbriano on June 10, 2016 - 12:16 pm

        I dont drink beer. It is disgusting. I am actually very happy that for a shoestring budget and a direct and truthful platform, she garnered over 14,000 votes. Sure all 14,000 of those voters had no idea what she stood for right? The fight goes on with the union hacks and the creeps on all the school boards in town with all the forced irradiators and establishment sycophants like you. Send me a photo and I can add you to the hall of shame. She will be back in November perhaps to replace someone on the FSD board of Trustees like the chief irradiator project inkwell member Hilda Sugarman and MJ Noor will hopefully be going after forced irradiators Montoya or Kilponen of the FJUHSD board.

        • #70 by Reality Is..... on June 10, 2016 - 1:19 pm

          LOL

        • #71 by Anonymous on June 10, 2016 - 4:06 pm

          You can use any one of these photos:

          http://imgur.com/gallery/KS9w4

          • #72 by Reality Is..... on June 10, 2016 - 10:06 pm

            LOL

        • #73 by anon on June 11, 2016 - 3:29 pm

          Actually, Zonya got over 16,000 votes. ; )

          • #74 by Reality Is.. on June 11, 2016 - 9:46 pm

            Congrats. Will Joe get that many?

            • #75 by Joe Imbriano on June 11, 2016 - 9:48 pm

              There is only one way to find out. What color should I use on my signs RI?

              • #76 by Reality Is.. on June 11, 2016 - 10:22 pm

                Green.

              • #77 by Anonymous on June 11, 2016 - 11:49 pm

                You should definitely make them with magic markers, just like your totally awesome anti-wifi signs. Those will really get the people behind you.

                • #78 by Reality Is.. on June 12, 2016 - 11:34 am

                  Magic markers are safe. Or wait? Wasn’t it proven that smell makes you high? Lol

                  We know the colors blue and red are out. That could infer support for police and fire and we know you don’t want anyone to think that!

                  🙂

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