I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…
Washington, D.C., Has Four Layers of Bureaucracy to Protect Against Rogue Shoe-Shiners:
Shining shoes seems like a relatively low-risk occupation. (Heck,
even Andy Dwyer can do it.)
Not so, says the city government of Washington, D.C., where would-be shoe shiners
have to acquire no fewer than four licenses, with fees totaling at least $337 to get into business. Oh, and if you want to shine shoes on the sidewalk, cough up another $1,200 for a two-year permit.
Read entire article here…)
: State-Sponsored poverty. My Commentary
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The following correspondence originally took place upon the Facebook wall of family…
Sheriff Joey Terrell laughs about toddler who was critically injured by a flash-bang grenade during a “no knock” raid he authorized
: Genaire Sheriff that Laughed about Flash Banging a Toddler, Was Just Shot By Murderous Rogue Cop:
: Goodie! Anke M.
: Karma, swine! This worthless pile of human excrement finally met his match when he was forced to engage an actual criminal – which, of course, just so happened to be another cop! Rayn
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