Staples employees shirts spark gang attack
PETALUMA, Calif. (AP) - Petaluma police say two Staples office supply store employees and a shopping center customer were beaten recently by gang members, apparently for wearing red clothing.
The attacks happened Friday near the Staples office supply store in Petaluma, where two workers and another person were assaulted.
Gosh, I guess people working for a living and having to wear uniform apparel in the workplace must be an alien concept (I say, concept!) for some folks.
Two 17-year-olds, a boy and a girl, were later arrested.
Petaluma Police Sergeant Dave Kahl says a Staples employee was standing outside the store when the suspects began yelling gang slogans and challenging him to fight. He started to walk into the store when they attacked him with their fists.
The suspects were booked into Sonoma County Juvenile Hall.
Where they will no doubt receive a good talking to from what passes for authorities in the state of California.
The other idiot of the day was some (race deleted) kid who ordered a pizza from the Pizza Hut where I work as a driver. When I arrived the kid told me that he didn't have the money and that his mother was expected to arrive at the home in about ten minutes.
No way in Hell am I going to wait around for someone's mommy when I have other customers waiting for their orders.
What are your questions on this block of instruction?