Tuesday, September 1, 2015

More Arcadia Johnny Wuo Woe? Angry Protesters In Ontario California Shut Down GemCoin Show

Protesters in Ontario did something Arcadia City Hall won't.
The city government of Arcadia might not have a problem with any of the alleged GemCoin ponzi schemes. And since as much as a pair of Arcadia City Councilmen may have actively worked to enable (or perhaps even been directly involved with) this highly suspect operation, along with some of the other big players in the Peacock Peoples Republic, this is hardly shocking. It is sad to say, but apparently there is no stench too foul for some of Arcadia's pols and salaried city officials (link) these days.

However, out east in Ontario some folks have an entirely different take on the GemCoin debacle. And when amber mine conman Steve Chen arrived with his GemCoin jackass show and bogus investment literature (which continues to boldly feature the grinning mug of Arcadia City Councilman Johnny "Mo' McMansions" Wuo), some clearly angry protesters showed up and USFIA fled for the hills with their little fuzzy GemCoin tails stuck firmly between their legs.

Contrast that reception with this very different one Councilmember Johnny Wuo attended on the behest of Steve Chen and his GemCoin operation in Arcadia a few months back.


What follows is a stunning new report from Behind MLM.com (link). Thank you very much to Oz for the great reporting on this story. Also a special Tattler thanks to the amazing Kasey Chang for bringing this to our attention as well. Kasey's continuing hard work in exposing the GemCoin flimflam operation has made a huge difference in our little corner of the world.

This is where most of what we know has come from, and we owe these people a huge debt of gratitude. Arcadia might be saved yet.


The lies contained in this USFIA/GemCoin literature, bearing the image of Johnny Wuo no less, are incredible. Can it be there are people who actually believe GemCoins are regulated by the U.S. Treasury Department? Or "authorized" by the Chief of Staff of the Obama administration? 

Epoch Times link here.

If any of our Arcadia readers bought into the GemCoin scam and are fearful that they have been conned out of their money, the above advice that you contact the FBI is something you may want to consider. Obviously your city government isn't going to help you.

We are working to contact the protesters and will encourage them to attend tonight's Arcadia City Council meeting. Given Councilmembers Johnny Wuo and Sho Tay's apparent support for the GemCoin gang, these victims need to get their message across right there in Arcadia City Council Chambers.

It is time that the official conspiracy of silence at Arcadia City Hall comes to end.

We hope to have more news on that front soon.

sierramadretattler.com

118 comments:

  1. All those protesters need to come to the Arcadia City Council meeting or maybe even protest around John Wuo's home to bring attention to GemCoin which is a huge scam. Those people who have been victimized by it need to contact the FBI or the local district attorney. John Wuo doesn't belong on the Arcadia City Council, but should be incarcerated along with other criminals.

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    1. Maybe just some more residents should show up, too.
      Speak up, Arcadia.

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    2. The town you save will be your own.

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  2. Mainland China corruption has now reached the shores of America. Good Chinese everywhere need to speak out against GemCoin and the expose the fraud. Too many people will be hurt by this ponzi scheme unless it gets shut down immediately and the people behind it are in jail where they belong.

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    1. And before somebdy jumps on 5:34 for saying someone who is from Taiwan or somewhere else is from the mainland, the point is not the exact origin of soma bad player; it's the style of the game.
      Though Bernie Sanders does come to mind.

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    2. Bernie sanders is Chinese? Lame

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  3. It might be time to remove the TONG before they become to entrenched in Arcadia society.

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    1. I think they are already entrenched. And so are their mistresses, in Mistress City.

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    2. Mistresses are put into empty McMansions so billionaire Chinese plutocrats can play hide & seek with them.

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  4. Let us know when the next Arcadia City Council meeting is. It should be even more entertaining than Gene Goss and his invisible residents.

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  5. You all are right about China, check this out.

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/china-s-investors-find-safe-haven-in-american-real-estate-171923676.html#

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  6. Chen is involved in an EB5 visa scam as well? And Wuo associates with this person? Where is the FBI? Arcadia's city government needs to be fumigated.

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  7. GemCoin backed by amber mine. Obama Chief of Staff must send secret police to jail protesters!

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    1. Disgrace to the non-harmonious anti-gemcoin factionalists!

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  8. Arcadia City Hall's unwillingness to make a move on Wuo makes them complicit. The corruption looks to be rooted deeply there.

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    1. True about the complicity, 6:52...but I don't think it's corruption as much as the stupidity brought about by excessive civility.

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    2. This might be the event that brings Wuo down, though. It is Chinese on Chinese crime. Caucasian political correctness no longer has a role.

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    3. I agree with 10:40. Once the two good council members really see just how rotten this stuff is, they won't roll over.

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    4. I think Wuo is finished. I see a perp walk in his future.

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  9. The next Arcadia city council meeting is tonight at 7pm at 240 W Huntington Dr, next door to the police station.

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    1. How has the attendance been? Do residents show up in strong numbers? It's a pain to go there, as some of us in Sierra Madre know all too well, but you can make a big difference.

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    2. Take a book.
      A lot of what is said is pro forma and irrelevant.

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    3. Better yet, take an iPad or something and post comments on the Tattler.

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    4. There are supposed to be a number of speakers tonight on the criminal activity in Arcadia's government. Plus the investors who were robbed by USFIA might be there.

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    6. We heard Wuo IS NOT going to be at their Council Meeting tonight. Why come if he is not going to be there?

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    7. Maybe his lawyer told him to lie low.

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    8. That's is not true. John is staying home to count his GemCoins. They're backed by an amber mine, you know.

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    9. 1:23, perfect opportunity to go and speak, get the word out. The meetings are televised, recorded, and he will be watching. Or his lawyers will. The last thing Arcadia needs is another reason to sit back and watch.

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  10. In 2009, an exhaustive study published by sociologists at Princeton University found that when measured on an all-things-being-equal basis, Asian Americans were required to score at least 140 points higher than whites on standardized tests, in order to qualify for admission into top universities.

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    1. Sounds like Wuo must have been forced to attend typing school.

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    2. 8:57, huh? That is a real problem for Asian American students - how do you distinguish your 4.5 gpa, perfect SAT scores, from all the others, but what's it got to do with Wuo's endorsement of a ponzi scheme?

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    3. 8:57 is trying to get you to overlook the criminal behavior of the Arcadia Gem Coin crime mob by discussing unfair admission standards at certain universities. Real stupid, as you know.

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    4. One family I know was joking that they needed to change their kids' last names from Lee to something of a different ethnicity, to help on their college applications.

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    5. Robert E. Lee? He wasn't Asian.

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  11. To my knowledge, Asians are the only race in the entire history of the U.S. that have ever been specifically banned from immigrating.
    Perhaps it is because I have lived in the South all my life, but I have personally found racism against Asians to be not only present, but dominant throughout American culture and institutions. It goes ignored and unpunished by anti-racists, and is commonly accepted throughout the population and even encouraged by the media and institutions. Why?

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    1. That may be true, but how is that germane to today's topic? The discussion here deals with Asian on Asian crime.

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    2. Maybe it is Caucasian Guilt Trip Tuesday.

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    3. Good point. We haven't had one of those in a while. Though in a town where Asians have more money and are in the majority, it is getting darned difficult to be the oppressor anymore.

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    4. Whites need to buy GemCoins. It will soar their profit.

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    5. Backed by amber mine.

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    6. Bug rocks best.

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    7. Wikipedia has a decent history on the exclusion based upon the whole Chinese industrial labor importation - the railroads, mining and citrus industry were built this way in the 1800's (including the Huntington Library and its assets), hence the formal exclusions:

      Even today, although all its constituent sections have long been repealed, Chapter 7 of Title 8 of the United States Code is headed "Exclusion of Chinese."It is the only chapter of the 15 chapters in Title 8 (Aliens and Nationality) that is completely focused on a specific nationality or ethnic group.

      On June 18, 2012, the United States House of Representatives passed a resolution introduced by Congresswoman Judy Chu, that formally expresses the regret of the House of Representatives for the Chinese Exclusion Act, which imposed almost total restrictions on Chinese immigration and naturalization and denied Chinese-Americans basic freedoms because of their ethnicity. The resolution had been approved by the U.S. Senate in October 2011.

      In 2014, the California Legislature took formal action to pass measures that formally recognize the many proud accomplishments of Chinese-Americans in California and to call upon Congress to formally apologize for the 1882 adoption of the Chinese Exclusion Act. Senate Republican Leader Bob Huff (R-Diamond Bar) and incoming Senate President pro-Tem Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles) served as Joint Authors for Senate Joint Resolution (SJR) 23 and Senate Concurrent Resolution (SCR) 122.

      SJR 23 acknowledges and celebrates the rich history and contributions of Chinese Americans in California. The resolution also formally calls on Congress to apologize for laws which resulted in the persecution of Chinese Americans, such as the Chinese Exclusion Act.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_Exclusion_Act

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    8. Some people are so attached to being victims that they want that state to continue regardless of what is really going on around them.

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    9. Interesting read. Thanks.

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  12. Just out Hillary Clinton endorses Gem Coin. This link is in French Use Google translate

    http://decrypte.com/enfin-riche.html

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    1. Put a GemCoin in Jeb Bush's ear and his teeth fold back.

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  13. Kept digging here is their English home page http://gemcoin.ch/en/homepage/

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  14. Looks like Obama and the leader of China is in on it!! WT* why wasn't I informed? I'm signing up now before it's too late.

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    1. The Federal Govt. is offering tax rebates on GemCoins to help promote world understanding.

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    2. GemCoins are being used to buy peace in Tibet.

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    3. GemCoin cures cancer.

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  15. Arcadia city council on now:
    http://spectrumstream.com/streaming/arcadia/live.cfm

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    1. Johnny GemCoins is indeed absent.

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    2. Yep. And they have a short agenda, so they're going to spend a lot of time congratulating themselves.
      All city council meetings are the same....

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    3. City Government: A small group of people who give each other awards.

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    4. Public comment should be good.

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  16. Screw Measure R and the 210 Trolly.

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  17. Mr. Green amazing comments. Thanks so much.
    Good call - Sho Tay was running campaign meetings.

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  18. 63 year resident wants standards that allow residents to enjoy the privacy of their homes.

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  19. One resident who lives on 10th is going to have houses of over seven thousand square feet going up next to her. She likes building, but these two story monsters are not right.
    These huge houses belong on 10 acres.

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  20. Awesome guy. David
    Save the Arcadia Highlands will tell you how you can sue the city.
    Because that's your only recourse.

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  21. Way to go Arcadia residents. You are doing what it takes.

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  22. April Levato filed the ballot initiative about the size of houses. And now she has to defend it because its been a subject of rumor and intentional misrepresentation.
    She seems awfully reasonable to be a "crazy lawyer lady".

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  23. David Arvisu just nailed Johnny GemCoins to the floor. No wonder he didn't show up. I have the document exposing Johnny's big fib and will post it for tomorrow.

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  24. Counselor Levato had to make a ballot initiative, because she and her colleagues figured out what we figured out here in Sierra Madre - if you want it to happen, you have to do it yourself.
    The ballot expresses the voice of the people.

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  25. Mr. Chow thinks any change will devastate his property values. We've heard that one quite a bit over the years, as our propert values climb, and climb and climb.

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    1. Do you think he knows he is lying, or he's just an ass.

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    2. I think he's showing up for a friend, and saying what he's been encouraged to say. It's good because now the Save the Highlands folks know exactly what the slander that's going around is.

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  26. Mr. Zhong is arguing for the ballot initiative, but I'm not sure he knows it. He made the point that house size should match land size.

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  27. Mr. Lim is making helpful remarks. It's not racism, it's just the desire to get data and work on solutions.
    Why does the city always side with the developer? Fox guarding the hen house. Amen Brother!

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    1. He understands the situation perfectly.

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    2. Yep. There is no racism quite as profound is that which states all people of Asian descent want to live in a McMansion. Talk about your racist assumption.

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    3. Or calling it the 'people's republic of arcadia'..

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  28. Great finish by Ms. Wolf.

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  29. Mr. Beck's taking us back to the good times around the Special Olympics and what a great place Arcadia is.
    Jeez.

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    1. That's called singing for your supper.

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    1. I agree, but could you rephrase that?

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    2. He's a bad 'un alright. Just the kind of guy you have to remove power from.

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    3. You get these bought people on councils, and it results in the councils losing the right to make decisions for the community.

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    4. People don't want to stand around listening to lardbutts like Chandler tell them why it is best that they bugger off and stay out of his way. Chandler is his own worst enemy.

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  31. Chandler's carrying water for the development community.
    Fancy this - he called the ballot Draconian (twice). "A ballot put in by vote and that can only be changed by vote," and he finds it offensive. I thought it was democracy.

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    1. Yeah, yeah. Any controls on the runaway mansionization of Arcadia will send them all to the poor house. Buffoon.

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    2. It is all about money for Chandler and Tay. Sad to see Wuo is absent. I guess in addition to being a liar he is also a coward.

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    3. It's pretty funny. Joe Mosca used to be strategically absent.

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    4. Joe used to have trouble keeping his emotions in check. Wuo is probably absent on advice of his attorney.

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    5. That's right, 8:23. And there would be very noticeable mood changes after breaks.

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    6. Yes. Remember the time he asked for a break because he was "distraught?" He came back in a much different mood.

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  32. Mr. Tay defending his actions. He didn't want to exclude any Arcadian, so I guess he's delighted that Mandarin is the language that makes his meetings accessible to all Arcadians.

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  33. Boy, I wish this wasn't all so familiar.
    Informed residents, get your war chest together and settle in for court.

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  34. I'm an old vet from these kinds of battles, and I just want to thank the people who spoke up for the residents of Arcadia and say, "Don't be discouraged. You can bring about change. Keep going."

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  35. Tay's tour was involved with another "organization"? What organization?

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  36. Yay Kovacic! Since the city didn't update zoning, the ballot was the only recourse.
    Great - calling for meetings for public analysis of the ballot measure.

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  37. Chandler is erroneous himself.

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    1. I feel for the people in the audience. They have to sit there and listen to him mangle the facts to his suit his fancy. Very frustrating.

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  38. Chandler is completely in the pockets of the developers. What is in it for him?

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    1. Chandler is talking about "mad people." There isn't anyone more angry than him.

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    2. I'm starting to think he's a drinker.

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    3. Chandler wants civility. Towards himself.

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    4. He looks like the actor from "Death of a Salesman."

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    5. Look at Rancorous Roger' s strawberry nose.

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    6. Roger with your nose so bright, won't you guide my sleigh tonight.

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  39. Kovacic: Zoning Code update brought to a halt because 3 council members thought it would conflict with a lawsuit. Had nothing to do with educational process. Thank you Mayor for clearing that up so forcefully.

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  40. Gary Kovacic is fighting the good fight, trying to get people together. Chandler doesn't want anything to do with that. Ah, "Draconian" again.

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  41. Kovacic is the intelligent, positive council member - so his suggestion did not pass.

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    1. Right. Way too constructive problem solving for Chandler and Tay to tolerate.

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    2. Knuckledragging idiots. Both of them.

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    3. Normally I would ask why so personal and insulting. But those two? Yeah. You're right.

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    4. Tay is oily, Chandler is pigheaded and belligerent, Wuo is either a simpleminded fool or a crook. I'd say the odds of getting that initiative passed are pretty good. The opposition is its own worst enemy.

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  42. Poor Arcadia.
    We've had dark days like that here too.
    Ain't easy.

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    1. They're about to do their Measure V. We can all remember what a war that was. But if they win? Sierra Madre wins.

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    2. It would be a great boon to the whole San Gabriel Valley.
      But their enemies are very aggressive. Greed is a powerful motivation, too.

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  43. Tong Inc. http://www.sbsun.com/business/20150901/dow-jones-sinks-46968-at-close-on-more-bad-china-economy-news

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