The Junior High School Locker Room Citizenship Award. See the nominees below. I will alert you when more nominees show up. Share this:TwitterMoreEmailPrintFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Author: Arthur Ruger Married and in a wonderful relationship. Retired Social Worker, Veteran, writer, author, blogger, musician,. Lives in Coeur D' Alene, Idaho View all posts by Arthur Ruger
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Loved Cat Adell’s parody.
I’m betting the old guy has the kind of personality disorder that requires the level of social supervision that just isn’t available these days. He should not be out in public on his own.
The transit worker looked to be just plain ignorant, in the full sense of the word. He may be salvageable with some education.
And the student was looking for attention, pure and simple, and her moral protestations are an affectation. Don’t rise to the provocation, it will just reinforce her behaviour and deflect attention to the real issue.
All in all, though except for Adell, these people represent a minority of the public that are being presented as representative of the majority.
Thanks. From my perspective the offenders need a good dose of public ridicule. You’ve seen the video of the German newscaster giggling as she tries to report that Trump said Germany was under the power of Russia. Those giggles are each worth a thousand words of combating Trumps shock and awe approach.