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Martin, News, and Tumblr: Mayor Marty Walsh @marty walsh Follow Boston is an inclusive place for all. Hate will not be tolerated in our City. "We Don't Want You Here,' Walsh Warns Ahead Of Planned Boston Free Speec Mayor Marty Walsh sent a strong message that hate groups will not be welcome in Boston ahead of a planned "Free Speech Rally" that will reportedly take place on.. boston.cbslocal.com 6:54 PM-13 Aug 2017 Jack Smith IV @JackSmithIV Following The follow-up to Unite the Right rally in Boston is cancelled - Mayor Walsh is live now: "Boston does not want you here." on does not want you here,'WC of hate groups Bob McGovern Gavin Mclnnes just told @HeraldRadio that he wil Speech Rally" in Boston 1 2.00 PM-14 Ag 201 in andra Fairbanks ioing to speak at the Bosto Tamally. The threats keep esca re unhinged rn. 2017 r Martin J. Walsh said he had a message t welcome you here, Boston does not war ssage," Walsh said. y single thing in ep hate out of our 3:42 PM-14 Aug 2017 micdotcom: Boston mayor to alt-right free speech conference: The city “does not want you here” Speaking Monday, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh told members of the alt-right planning an upcoming free speech rally in his city that they were categorically unwelcome. “Boston does not want you here,” Mayor Walsh said, addressing those organizing and planning on attending the Free Speech Rally on Aug. 19.  “We’re going to do everything we can to make sure that this demonstration does not happen here.” Though Walsh did not clarify what those actions might entail, the Boston Herald previously reported that the mayor was exploring “legal and tactical options” to prevent the rally following the violence in Charlottesville. Read more (8/14/17 4:15 PM)

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Calvin Johnson, Chewbacca, and Tumblr: twenty griffinteene @griffinmcelroy Following If your reaction to the @United video is "private companies can refuse service to anyone," you legally should have to live in the sewers RETWEETS LIKES 2,059 6,015 1:55 PM - 10 Apr 2017 1132.1K 6.0K Fat Chewbacca @WookieLife 2h He was asked to leave, he refused, airplane is private property, he was trespassing. Who do you call when a trespasser won't leave? 4 twenty griffinteen @griffinmcelroy Following Replying to @WookieLife @Kiwisaurus @united great point anyway, here's where you live now: the sewers RETWEETS LIKES 36 149 2:32 PM - 10 Apr 2017 Leffy @Lefargon 1h Dragging the customer off the flight was the most pragmatic solution given the circumstances. Completely justified. twenty griffinteen @griffinmcelroy Following Replying to @Lefargon @drh1000 @united great, anyways, your house is now these sewers RETWEETS LIKES 7 62 3:03 PM -10 Apr 2017 Potomac Beat @Potomacbeat 2h How about: airlines have the right to ask anyone to leave their airplanes, failure to comply can result in removal by force? 6 411 twenty griffinteen @griffinmcelroy Following Replying to @Potomacbeat @united here's the front door to your new house, which is the sewer RETWEETSLIKES 630 2:13 PM -10 Apr 2017 <p><a href="http://ragingcommonsense.tumblr.com/post/159438211473/undeadwill-pissbabyanarchist-are-not-going-to" class="tumblr_blog">ragingcommonsense</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://undeadwill.tumblr.com/post/159437495284/pissbabyanarchist-are-not-going-to-talk-about-how" class="tumblr_blog">undeadwill</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://pissbabyanarchist.tumblr.com/post/159436840649/are-not-going-to-talk-about-how-they-entered-into" class="tumblr_blog">pissbabyanarchist</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Are not going to talk about how they entered into a contract that allowed them to enter and use the plane? The contract might have also included language about being removed from the plane in certain circumstances.</p></blockquote> <p>Yes but violence and thuggery from any source should not be excused. </p> </blockquote> <p>The correct way this situation should have been handled, seeing as (I assume) all passengers paid, and the airline was at fault, all those who had not yet boarded should have been given a free ticket for the next available flight, and a voucher for the next time they needed to fly.</p> <p>Not hostile removal of someone already seated on the plane.</p> </blockquote> <p>Wow this makes supporters of the free market look like a bunch of tools. From what I’ve read of the contract the deal is that they can deny you boarding, not that they can drag you off the plane after you’ve already boarded. That’s what the issue is, not just that a private company has the right to refuse service. If you enter into a contract the contract needs to be honored appropriately.</p>

ragingcommonsense: undeadwill: pissbabyanarchist: Are not going to talk about how they entered into a contract that allowed them to enter...