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An update on Ohio's increasing tyranny


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Just an fyi. Comrade Emperor Mike Dewine has officially initiated a curfew here in Ohio. From 2200 hours until 0600 hours, the Covid is apparently super dangerous. It must have a watch and be all like "Tis 10 pm! Let us conquer the masses! Arise, brethren!". We have to hide inside during that time frame. If we feel the need to venture out into the wasteland during restricted hours, we could be facing this, according to our local propagandist news agency: "The governor said those violating the curfew could be charged with a second-degree misdemeanor, punishable by up to 90 days in jail and a $750 fine, for violating a public health order." 

Tyranny is SUPER FUN!

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8 hours ago, Todd A. Slee said:

     I always knew that the Ohioan government was tyrannical, only state which would regularly mete out speeding tickets for 56 m.p.h. in a 55 m.p.h. zone.

Speaking of that, I just got myself another ticket last weekend for going 3 miles over the speed limit. The State boy was waiting right where the speed limit changes from 35 to 55. I guess I must have just started to speed up to the new speed limit a little too soon. He got me. $180 ticket. This is happening everywhere. And the police presence has obviously doubled or tripled. Everyone I know notices it.

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This is the begining of socialism take over everyones scared of the virus they tell you wear a mask then see hiw the people respond and comply then they thell u hiw many people you aloud to have in your own house then told a bed time just to see how many people listen and follow the curfew  being told its for there own safety cause the govermnent wants to save lifes  next they disarm us and from what ive seen 90% of the population will comply cause they have complied with all the other bs   then noone can fightback against a socialist goverment because throwing rocks aint gonna stop an armoured truck history repeats its self this is exactly what happene in Venezuela couple years ago.  We need to stand up for ourselves Ohio soon freedom will just be a word not the american way of life 

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10 hours ago, Todd A. Slee said:

     I always knew that the Ohioan government was tyrannical, only state which would regularly mete out speeding tickets for 56 m.p.h. in a 55 m.p.h. zone.

Yet, drive like bats out of hell through Indiana.  Oh that's right.......coming to Indiana (excluding Indianapolis, Bloomington, South Bend and parts of W. Lafayette) is like a breath of freedom.  

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1 hour ago, MCP34 said:

Speaking of that, I just got myself another ticket last weekend for going 3 miles over the speed limit. The State boy was waiting right where the speed limit changes from 35 to 55. I guess I must have just started to speed up to the new speed limit a little too soon. He got me. $180 ticket. This is happening everywhere. And the police presence has obviously doubled or tripled. Everyone I know notices it.

It's better to write a ticket vs deal with the BLM/ANTIFA roving gangs in the cities.  Not sure about Ohio cities.  One of my dearest Purdue friends lives outside of Dayton.

Spent a great deal of time (70's-90's) in Cincinnati (baseball and Kings Island).

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