Poles: X-XVI (Bloomfield Debate)

There is an interesting exchange unfolding on the utility poles of Bloomfield right now.

A few weeks ago word spread that someone pulled a gun on a lesbian couple coming out of the Pleasure Bar on Liberty Avenue. In response, a group of people held a rally outside the bar the next day to protest violence against gays and lesbians. The police arrested five people at the rally, according to the Post-Gazette. In response, the poster seen above (“Concerning The Events Of August 23rd/24th“) began popping up all over Bloomfield.

And then…

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2 Responses to Poles: X-XVI (Bloomfield Debate)

  1. Corey W. says:

    This stresses me out.

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