Censoring LTV

Published on: March 1st, 2012 | Last updated: March 2, 2012 Written by:

Whenever I hear about something like this, you know what message it sends across?

A) You’re on some state list of bad people
B) Our tax dollars are being thrown away on monitoring people like me, who are doing absolutely nothing worth monitoring. OMG he went in some abandoned building no one cares about and took photos! Now factor that by around 20 for all the active known explorers in NYC, and perhaps 200-500 for all those who stay off the radar. That’s a lot of people to monitor, follow around, and sift through the trash cans of.
C) Hey guys what’s up? Tell our mutual friends I say hello. BTW, can you do something about all the fucking homeless people riding during morning rush hour – you know, so us tax-paying (i.e. paying-your-paycheck) people can get to fucking work without smelling fungus coated humans? Thanks.

And no i can’t drive to work because the rent for parking in Manhattan is too damn high!

Oh well. Maybe they think we’re Muslims or something… not that that should matter.

One response to “Censoring LTV”

  1. C says:

    uh, hey, NYS, it’s “dubious” if you want to categorize it right. fuggin’ morons.

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