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Evanston Youth “Vying for the Street”

Pat Hickey 7 June 2012 3 Comments

Pat Hickey chimes in on this Sun Times Story

Five officers injured, 12 protesters arrested on Magnificent Mile

Here’s Patrick

In this particular story,the unnamed reporter captured the pretentious pleonasms and skewed rhetoric infecting the speech patterns of children from Evanston’s Public schools – home to its Classic Comics Curricula.

Five Chicago Police Officers were injured in a post-NATO encounter with America’s VISA/Mastercard & bail -ready armed youth.

A kid with a head the size of Weber Kettle, to quote Terry McEldowney, tossed a frying pan at a police officer.Arrests were made.DHAN- DUn Dun -Dhan-Duh -Dun-Dhahhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!! ( think Jack Webb)

Chicago Police arrest people who violate the laws and ordinances of City of Chicago in order to Serve and Protect.

An Evanston educated youth offered this brutal assessment -“We were vying for the street when they started pushing us over the curb and pushing us down,” said Daniel Goering, 18, of Evanston. “Arrests started happening and everything got tense.” Daniel Goering, 18 of Evanston.

“We were vying for the street” – We? Occupiers? Occupiers and Police Together?


  • Michael R said:

    School’s out.

  • Pat Hickey said:

    “School’s out.”

    Often mistaken for “public school in session.”

  • Michael R said:

    Chicago officially has “protest fatigue”. NATO broke our tolerance for scruffy suburban kids.

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