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BblackkBbirdd says2015-04-28T11:07:42.2421754-05:00
Baltimore is spelt with an 'a' by the way.
Mathgeekjoe says2015-04-28T11:53:02.0053521-05:00
"Yes but it's the way they are rioting because the police did do wrong but burning your city to the ground is just stupid I mean how do they plan on buying grocery's if they burnt there stores to the ground. What they should do is get a few thousand people and march threw the city to get there voices heard it has worked in the past and it will work now. But acting like wild animals is no way to "avenge" someone and CVS didn't kill the guy the police did." There is a difference between peaceful protest and rioting.
Mathgeekjoe says2015-04-28T11:55:45.7943529-05:00
Marching in the streets is a protest. Burning down buildings, looting, fighting, etc, is rioting.
TBR says2015-04-28T12:43:24.8935330-05:00
Understandable is a better question
Mathgeekjoe says2015-04-28T14:28:31.1778282-05:00
It isn't understandable either. Why burned down businesses and loot because of an injustice?
Varrack says2015-04-28T14:52:26.7082322-05:00
@TBR: if I felt that you committed an injustice towards me, is it understandable for me to burn down your business and set your car on fire?
Mathgeekjoe says2015-04-28T14:54:08.6939714-05:00
Varrack, your example isn't the best. They didn't burn down the police station, they burned down a store. Exactly what is the logic of burning down a store when you are mad at the police?
Diqiucun_Cunmin says2015-04-28T23:18:13.0571037-05:00
Were they authorised protests that got out of hand, or were they unauthorised from the beginning?

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