Sunday, February 18, 2018

Sho Tay Censors a Discussion of Guns on his Arcadia's Best website, even though he deals in them for a living


A gentleman that I have come to know over the last few months posted the above question on Sho Tay's website, the at times oxymoronically titled Arcadia's Best.

As was recently revealed here on The Tattler, Mayor Pro Tem Sho Tay is a genuine gun dealer. And my concerned friend wanted to find out what this next Mayor of Arcadia thinks about semi-automatic weaponry and the role these things have played in the repeated slaughter of innocents. Such as what happened last week in Florida.

Or like what had also occurred in Las Vegas, Orlando, Aurora, Bowling GreenBlacksburg, PlanoLittle RockCharleston, San Bernardino, Fort Hood, Columbine, Sandy Hook, Sutherland Springs and, of course, Parkland High School. And far too many other places to mention here.

To give you some additional perspective, a New York Times article, titled "After Sandy Hook, More Than 400 People Have Been Shot in Over 200 School Shootings," appeared in that paper earlier this week. Here is the link that will take you there. Heavily armed madmen have declared a war on kids.

The screenshot at the top of this page shows the question my friend asked Sho Tay on Arcadia's Best. It seemed to me like a good one. As someone who is in the gun business, and is also about to become the next Mayor of Arcadia, Sho's opinions on this issue could be both insightful and beneficial to a lot of people.

Unfortunately, Sho Tay has not only refused to answer that question, but he also censored it from his website. It was never cleared to appear on Arcadia's Best. It's as if this deadly menace is of no concern there, with Sho not wishing to reveal any personal insight on an issue of singular importance today.

After hearing from my friend about his unfortunate experience there, I decided to do some research into Sho Tay's firearms business. The question in mind being why is he keeping this topic from appearing on his Arcadia's Best website? There must be a reason. Especially since Sho himself claims he never deletes comments from his site. Except that apparently he does.

Here is a screenshot describing the corporate entity that financially incorporates Sho Tay's gun business, Merriwether Enterprises (link).





There is a website link on the Merriwether page, and if you click on that you will be taken to the site for the La Puente Firing Range, which is Sho Tay's firearms business. You can also get to that site by clicking here.





You with me so far? Good. While we're on the topic of tragedies involving weaponry, Sho Tay's gun business in La Puente has not been without a similar misfortune. The following comes to us from local daily the San Gabriel Valley Tribune (link).

La Puente Firing Range shooting death possible accident or suicide --- (LA PUENTE 5/12/2015): Detectives don’t suspect foul play in the death of a Walnut man found fatally shot at a shooting range Monday night. Investigators are looking at whether the death is an accident or a suicide, according to Sgt. Shannon Laren of the Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau.  

Ed Winter, assistant chief of investigations and operations for the Los Angeles County Department of Coroner, identified the man as Ning Pan, 29, of Walnut. He said an autopsy is pending.

An employee at the La Puente Firing Range at 16418 Valley Blvd. found Pan around 9:30 p.m. He had a gunshot wound to the upper body, Laren said. He said the man was pronounced dead at the scene.

Obviously guns are designed to be deadly, and those who use them need to be extremely careful. Semi-automatic weaponry, such as the kind used at mass killings like the one that occurred this week at Parkland High School, is a particularly lethal category of firearms.

For some additional insight, here is how Frank Girardot, the former news chief at the Pasadena Star News, describes his experiences with the semi-automatic weaponry available at La Puente Firing Range. This following comes to us from his very serious sounding news site, SGVCrime (link).


The rest of Girardot's article on his experiences at La Puente is available via the link provided above. As a side note, given the many gun massacres involving semi-automatic weaponry over the last decade or so, I wonder how Frank might feel today about some of the edgier viewpoints he expressed in his column.

Hopefully Sho Tay can now answer our friend's question, as posted at the beginning of today's article here on the Sierra Madre Tattler. It is never too late to do the right and honorable thing.

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94 comments:

  1. Post-Columbine generation demands action on guns: 'We don't deserve this' - Survivors of the Florida attack have grown up in a world where school shootings are the norm, and they want a different future
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/feb/17/florida-school-shooting-columbine-generation-gun-control

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    1. Give students the right to vote

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  2. Florida students turn to activism in wake of shooting
    http://thehill.com/homenews/news/374422-in-the-wake-of-shooting-florida-students-turn-to-activism

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  3. What does Chief Guthrie have to say about civilians being armed with semi-automatic weapons? Is it good to have a Mayor that sells them?

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  4. Rusnak and Apple are far more culpable in death than a shooting range. You are reaching beyond logic.

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    1. Rusnak sells Audis with semi-automatic weapon capabilities? Did a lunatic ride his Bentley into a high school and kill 17 students? How far beyond logic are you willing to reach, friend?

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    2. If you can’t see the connection between cars Cel phones and death, then I can’t help you. And yes people have driven cars into crowds of people. There is little difference between hardcore gun nuts and hardcore anti gun nuts. You both are adversely allergic to logic. Try some critical thinking.

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    3. Cars and cell phones, but not guns? Really?

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    4. A person drives a Rusnak car using his/her Apple iPhone crosses over the line and kills person in oncoming car. Called an accident and not premeditated.
      A person buys an automatic gun, tons of ammunition including a clip with many bullets and plans to shoot humans, then does it.

      And 7:00 has the nerve to discus logic ? Have you lost your mind? Is that you Sho ?

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    5. I think 7:00 misunderstood the talking points he was issued this morning. Either that or the cut and paste function on his Acer laptop is broken.

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    6. You are a coward

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    7. Have a carrot.

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    8. 7:00/7:31 racked up the most idiot points today, all in less than 35 minutes.

      So 7:00/7:31, are you actually unable to discern that autos and phones are not designed to kill and that guns are designed to kill? And are you not able to discern that unlike transportation and communication devices, AR-15 are specifically designed to kill numerous human beings quickly, even with hits that with other weapons are often non-lethal?

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  5. G.Mod. it would benefit your friend if you took the active role and suggested a mental health check for them.
    The Mental Health system is badly broken, as we all have witnessed over the years.
    If people would address the real issue and underlying causes behind these shootings and direct their activism towards Mental Health; as a Nation we would then see changes.
    Guns are not the problem.
    Unchecked and untreated broken brains or Mental Health is the issue.
    Where was all the concern from the community when all the warning signs were there?

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    1. Any idiot who advocates for allowing the mentally ill to obtain semi-automatic weaponry needs to get a check up from the neck up themselves. That list includes President Trump and Senator Grassley.

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    2. I see we are getting cut and paste NRA talking points posted on the Tattler today. 7:01 apparently cannot write for himself.

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  6. 7:06 &7:09am. Same person.
    The increase in agitation is one of the indications that it is time to call for professional help in assessing this individual.

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    1. Did the Kremlin Give Money to the National Rifle Association to Help Trump?
      A report by McClatchy revealed that the FBI is looking into whether a Russian banker with Kremlin ties funneled money through the NRA during the 2016 election.
      https://www.snopes.com/2018/02/16/did-kremlin-give-money-to-nra/

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  7. Gem Coin inventor Steve Chen was a big gun guy. Did he frequent Sho Tay's Gun shop?

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  8. Great piece of investigative work re: Sholan. Too bad people didn’t know he owned a killing training range before he was elected in 2014. If residents really care about Sho Tays shooting range, come to this Tuesdays Arcadia City Council meeting at 7:00 pm and let him know how you feel. He’ll sit there and smile and not respond.

    The problem is the current Arcadia majority residents never come to the meetings unless Sho tells them the Caucasians are out to screw them somehow, then they show in droves and make fools of themselves on camera since they don’t understand the issue, because he’s lied to them and is using them like pawns.
    Aren’t we so fortunate his excellence on our city council? Hopefully he’ll be the next member to resign as the disgraced member John Wuo did.

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    1. That explains Sholan's big teeth. He's a gun bunny.

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    2. 7:32, same problem all over. How do we get more people to participate in their city government.
      I hope the Tattler is getting more and more well known in Arcadia.

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    3. It's not. People come here to find local issues and every thread turns into "I hate Trump", thus rendering The Tattler useless.

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    4. Then don't read it.

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  9. Parkland students reveal plan to destroy politicians in bed with NRA
    ‘This is about begging for our lives’: Parkland students reveal plan to destroy politicians in bed with NRA
    https://www.rawstory.com/2018/02/begging-lives-parkland-students-reveal-plan-destroy-politicians-bed-nra/

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  10. Destroy our culture of restraint, promote violence as entertainment and this is what you get. the character assassination of this blog is a good example...serves no useful purpose other than to amuse people who like hurting and humiliating others...you aren't reforming anything..you are deforming it

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    1. So the nasty smear against Tom Beck that Sho Boat falsely posted on Arcadia's Worst under Scott Hettrick's name was a good thing in your feeble mind? Get over yourself, hypocrite.

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    2. 8:00, nice try AGAIN. Get over the character assassination rants. In America, we are free to investigate peoples’ actions and post the findings on internet blogs. Just a suggestion, but perhaps you should stick with the make believe world and read the comics section of LATimes instead of reading the truth about Trump or lyin’ Sholan Tay on this blog.

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    3. since you are attacking Mr. Sho's business in an effort to harm him should he rally chinese people not to buy cars at the car dealership you work for...maybe go on yelp and complain that the car dealership supports attacks on chinese people and spread lie. you are free to harm people yes...people are free to do same thing to you

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    4. 9:16 am, No one is spreading lies about Mr. Sho. The truth is he owns a shooting range and wouldn’t address a question about gun control posed to him on the website/blog he admittedly owns, but claims he must post everything that comes in as his excuse for posting a hit piece against one of his colleagues on City Council.

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    5. The hate emanating from the Sho camp is intense. You have to wonder if it is a racist movement. An armed one.

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    6. "Hopefully Sho Tay can now answer our friend's question, as posted at the beginning of today's article here on the Sierra Madre Tattler. It is never too late to do the right and honorable thing."

      Some people are obviously incapable of that.

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    7. Some people can dish it out, but they cannot take it.

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  11. From the website: “fun shooting environment that your whole family can enjoy”. Does that mean they have a children’s play corner with toy guns and everything?

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  12. I’m concerned I never heard about this during the 5 times he ran for Arcadia’s City Council. All I heard about was that he sold vitamins for Amway and that’s how he made all his money.

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    1. Sho Tem has his dirty secrets.

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    2. Tay had to file a Form 700 when he ran in 2014 which lists business ownership.

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  13. Trump Attends Mar-a-Lago Disco Party After Meeting with Florida Shooting Survivors

    President Donald Trump met with survivors of the Parkland, Florida high school shooting on Friday, before heading to his Mar-a-Lago resort for a disco-themed party.

    Trump met with survivors of Wednesday’s mass shooting at Broward Health North hospital in Pompano Beach with his wife Melania. They also stopped at the Broward County Sheriff’s Office.

    “I did indeed,” Trump told reporters when asked if he met with any of the seven victims hospitalized. “It’s very sad that something like that could happen.”

    CNN’s Kevin Liptak reported that after the hospital visit, Trump attended a Studio 54-themed party at Mar-a-Lago.

    https://www.mediaite.com/online/trump-attends-mar-a-lago-disco-party-after-meeting-with-florida-shooting-survivors/

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    1. Trump says he is skipping golf to honor the Florida shooting victims: report
      http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/374397-trump-says-he-is-skipping-golf-to-honor-the-florida-shooting-victims

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    2. America Is Under Attack and the President Doesn't Care
      Trump’s gravest responsibility is to defend the United States from foreign attack—and he’s done nothing to fulfill it.
      https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/02/america-is-under-attack-and-the-president-doesnt-care/553667/

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    3. So for decades the US government has broadcast radio into cuba and the old soviet union and other enemy nations for the express stated purpose of causing political change. Was that a foreign attack on those countries by the USA and are they entitled to launch an attack on us for it? For a drop in the bucket facebook ad campaign in an election where trump and clinton spent more than 2 billion dollars? We broadcast propaganda 24/7 all around the world. Obama even sent his own campaign advisers to Israel to try and defeat Netenhayhu

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    4. Thank you for attempting to justify Putin's attack on America's democratic institutions. Your love for America's enemies is noted.

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    5. why isn't it justified? we do it. and note that the indictment doesn't charge the russians with illegal campaigning...it charges them with bank fraud and identity theft and "defrauding the US" which is meaningless. they were not charged for illegal campaigning because the CIA does the same thing to other countries (or overthrows elected governments when they don't like the results). Screaming about america under "attack" because you stupidly believe facebook ads attacking Ted Cruz or Trump or Marco Rubio is ridiculous.

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    6. Interesting. Back in the '60s did you go to North Vietnam with Jane Fonda by any chance?

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    7. Should Israel launch an attack against the USA?

      https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/jul/12/obama-admin-sent-taxpayer-money-oust-netanyahu/

      The State Department paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxpayers grants to an Israeli group that used the money to build a campaign to oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in last year’s Israeli parliamentary elections, a congressional investigation concluded Tuesday.

      Some $350,000 was sent to OneVoice, ostensibly to support the group’s efforts to back Israeli-Palestinian peace settlement negotiations. But OneVoice used the money to build a voter database, train activists and hire a political consulting firm with ties to President Obama’s campaign — all of which set the stage for an anti-Netanyahu campaign, the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations said in a bipartisan staff report.

      In one stunning finding, the subcommittee said OneVoice even told the State Department’s top diplomat in Jerusalem of its plans in an email, but the official, Consul General Michael Ratney, claims never to have seen them.

      He said he regularly deleted emails with large attachments — a striking violation of open-records laws for a department already reeling from former Secretary Hillary Clinton’s handling of official government records.

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    8. Somebody's got their crazy on this morning.

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  14. Guns are not for entertainment. They are tools. They are designed for a very specific purpose. To kill something. Be it an animal or a human. It was not designed for fun. They were not designed to transport people from one place to another, like cars. An unintended consequence of cars is that some people use them to kill. Killing people with guns is not an unintended consequence. The 2nd Amendment was about the right to protect property from government confiscation by use of lethal means. It should still be the right of people to own a gun to protect one’s life and property until 2/3 of the states ratify an amendment to the constitution. Legislators have the responsibility of protecting people’s Constitutional rights and society as a whole. Sometimes, laws have to infringe upon rights in order to protect society from the abuses of those rights. In other words, we need better gun control laws, at the expense of potentially infringing on people’s right to bear arms.

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  15. It's virtually impossible to get a concealed carry permit anywhere in Los Angeles County. Pasadena hasn't issued a concealed carry permit to a private citizen in decades. But Arcadia has...call them up and find out who the very special and privileged people are that the Arcadia police department has issued concealed carry gun permits to...you'll be surprised...or maybe not.

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  16. Ask council members Sho Tay and Peter Amundson if they have ever held a concealed carry permit issued by the arcadia police department and do they wander around arcadia carrying a hidden gun

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    1. Don’t forget to ask Chandler, too.

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    2. chandler is an ex-cop and is automatically allowed to conceal carry

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    3. Judging by his considerable heft it appears that he is conceal carrying a sack of double doubles as well.

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  17. I wonder if Harbicht and Chandler are having some second thoughts now about ShoTay's support in this campaign?

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    1. 9:23, you’re assuming those two have that thought capacity.

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    2. Puppets only dance for the one who holds their strings.

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  18. It’s important to me to know MPT Tay’s position on gun control laws. Permits to carry concealed weapons in Arcadia are issued by the Chief of Police. The Mayor of Arcadia, whomever it may be, meets monthly with the Chief of Police. When Tay is Mayor, he will have a “private audience” with the Police Chief and I would assume that he could have some influence over the policy of when these permits are issued. We should start going to council meetings now and demand that MPT Tay tells us his position, which we can’t trust since the Tattler revealed MPT Tay is dishonest. So, Arcadia should assume that because MPT Tay owns a gun shop, he is more inclined to want people to own and carry guns as it’s good for his business. This is something Arcadians should think about when they vote this year for City Council. Oh, wait, thanks to districting, Sho Tay doesn’t have to get elected by the vote of the people. Arcadia, your voice has been silenced. It doesn’t matter what you think.

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  19. Gee 9:13am. With your argument on this blog you just made my decision easy.
    I need, yes need to purchase a gun.
    Now with the information on the location of the La Puente store and firing range I can may a one shop day without having to get in my car and use my Apple phone for other locations.
    Do not infringe upon my rights.

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    1. Will you be visiting Arcadia High School anytime soon?

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  20. Florida shooting survivors announce national march against gun violence
    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/02/18/florida-shooting-march-gun-violence-416863

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  21. 742am. Thanks for the tip. You should forward that information to the FBI.
    All threats should be taken seriously.

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    1. You mean to say that high school kids campaigning against NRA puppet pols is a crime? You sure you're not confusing the USA with Russia?

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  22. 7:10am Feb.16 2018. How do you feel about ISIS and their killing and raping of school children?
    Or about the lack of concern in Obama's home town of Chicago USA and the killing of kids from gang members?

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    1. We're talking current events here, not history. Trump is currently the president. Try and keep up.

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  23. Tay sits on his pretend throne at the CC meetings where a common theme is the out of control residential burglary problem in Arcadia but yet owns a shooting range where the same thugs likely frequent. People need to unite and get him off the council.
    He also represents the city at various events, and committees, not the person that should be in that role.

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    1. We can't vote Sho Tay out, but we sure as hell can recall him.

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    2. 11:19, yes a recall would be great. I’m all for him fading into history but he has the right to own a shooting range, as pathetic of a business that they are. Did he own the shooting range in 2014 when he snaked his way onto the council ? Gotta find his Form 700. Maybe he ‘forgot’ to include that business ownership, that could be grounds for removal.

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    3. I don't think anyone is saying Sho can't have a gun range. But what people have the right to know is Sho Tay's stance on selling semi-automatic weapons to insane murderers. He is both an elected official and a gun seller. He needs to answer to the residents.

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    4. Is he doing something illegal?

      How does he find his target market of insane murderers?

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  24. 912am. Few attend Sierra Madre City Council meetings why would you think Arcadia City Council is any different?
    Could this be the reason why an Arcadian realtor is running for a seat in Sierra Madre? Same difference in politics and community involvement.

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  25. Looks like Smilin’ Sho is now ShoGun.

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  26. Did anybody notice that the date of the SGVT story on the killing at his gun range, and Sho Tay's Facebook post about the special t-shirt, are the exact same day? Sensitive little bugger, isn't he.

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    1. That is just way Tay, and so Sho.

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  27. 12:08pm and people have a right to know who left you wander from your locked unit.

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    1. Oh, that's right. Sho doesn't do the truth.

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  28. As reported on Sho Tay Form 700 at:

    http://www.fppc.ca.gov/content/dam/fppc/documents/form700/2014/City/sub17/R_Tay_Sho.pdf

    There is no mention of him owning a shooting range.

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    1. Good caught. He seemed to be hiding the shooting range business in his 2014 Form 700. He also has a company called NutriLife Research, Inc. that's active since 2007 and it's not reported in his Form 700:

      https://www.corporationwiki.com/California/San-Gabriel/nutrilife-research-inc/44776933.aspx

      It's actually an investment company if you go check the online records on the website of California Secretary of State.

      His name has several variations: Sho Tay, Shochen Tay, Sho Chen Tay

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    2. California Secretary of State record about Nutrilife:
      https://businessfilings.sos.ca.gov/frmDetail.asp?CorpID=02919840

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  29. here are 2017's top lobbying expenditures by organization. I see google (alphabet inc) and Soros (Open Society). NRA no where to be found.

    US Chamber of Commerce $82,190,000
    National Assn of Realtors $54,530,861
    Business Roundtable $27,380,000
    Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America $25,847,500
    Blue Cross/Blue Shield $24,330,306
    American Hospital Assn $22,064,214
    American Medical Assn $21,535,000
    Alphabet Inc $18,140,000
    AT&T Inc $16,780,000
    Boeing Co $16,740,000
    Open Society Policy Center $16,110,000
    DowDuPont $15,877,520
    National Assn of Broadcasters $15,460,000
    Comcast Corp $15,310,000
    Lockheed Martin $14,464,290
    Amazon.com $13,000,000
    Southern Co $12,970,000
    National Retail Federation $12,890,000
    NCTA The Internet & Television Assn $12,790,000
    Oracle Corp $12,385,000

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    1. You're lying, or you are incapable of understanding basic numbers.
      https://www.opensecrets.org/orgs/summary.php?id=d000000082

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    2. you can't read. they donate very little to candidates "ranks 488 of 18,819" and not much on lobbying (ranks 154 of 3,787 in 2016)

      the NRA spends most of its money on mail and ads successfully directly attacking anti-gun politicians - which is why democrats never even brought up gun control from 2008 to 2010 when they controlled the presidency, house and senate...because Obama would have been a one term president. Gore wasnt president because he lost his own state Tennessee because he supported an assault weapons ban and the NRA crucified him with mail and TV ads. There are federal contribution limits...direct contributions to candidates are peanuts. the NRA represents 3 million dues paying members and they have the right to attack whomever they like and the politicians it happens to benefit have no control over it.

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    3. you link shows outside spending on campaigns...the list above is LOBBYING expenditures...you are the one incapable of understanding even the simplest distinctions. that's why you go off half cocked 80% of the time and make yourself look like an idiot to anyone other than your fellow ignorant nutcases

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    4. You really do write like a cretin.

      That said, I am sure you believe in the convenient distinctions you're attempting so horribly to make. But the truth remains the NRA spends many millions more on its cause than anyone else does on their special issues.

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  30. He’s mayor pro tem now and likely the next mayor. Yo, Dominic, you may want to make someone else mayor come April 2018 unless you want more newsvans at the CC meetings with 11 o’clock news headlines “Arcadia Mayor owns shooting range”.

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  31. It is not surprised that Sho censors discussion that he does not like! He has been doing this for years within his two WeChat group that are almost reach 500 each. Anyone dare to say anything that disagree with him or he does not like, he will kick them out of the group immediately. Most people just choose to stay quiet even they do not agree with him. He wants to exercises his dictatorship in Arcadia. Look at 9:16’s comment. Need me say more? On top of that, his puppets are just using the usual talking points about gun. The fact does not change. He is gun range and gun dealer. He promote owning/selling/using gun. He Is making money out of gun, and he is our soon-to-be city mayor. I just don’t feel comfortable of a guy who is combination of gun-crazy and dictatorial to be our city mayor.

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  32. Good point 5:54. This is his out, there is no way the council will select Tay as next mayor. Tay will be relieved and avoid the massive embarrassment of himself attempting to UNDERSTAND and RUN the meetings. Just let Mrs Verlato be the mayor. Sure Dominic will sit there quiet on all this crap.

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  33. Another top Trump official, this time former deputy campaign manager Richard Gates, about to bite the dust.

    Trump says he always hires the best, but his hires don't seem to be very competent at hiding their fraudulent conduct.

    The noose is is getting tighter than a poorly knotted, foreign made Trump tie.

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  34. Trump is the swamp. The mob boss. The mafia Don. Only a matter of time before the lock him up:

    Manafort and Gates are accused of failing to register as agents in the U.S. for political consulting they did in Ukraine for pro-Russian politicians, conspiring to launder millions of dollars, and hiding offshore bank accounts. Manafort is accused of laundering money to buy houses, cars, clothes and landscaping services. Both men have pleaded not guilty.

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    1. Former Trump aide Richard Gates to plead guilty; agrees to testify against Manafort, sources say
      http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-rick-gates-plea-deal-20180218-story.html

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  35. Let’s rename ‘school’ as ‘uterus’ so maybe Republican lawmakers will want to do something about the children dying inside them.

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  36. All die hard communists want to take away your rights! Can we ship this pinko back to China?

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  37. Re: February 19, 2018 at 3:36 PM

    https://businesssearch.sos.ca.gov/CBS/Detail

    "The California Business Search is updated daily and reflects work processed through Sunday, February 18, 2018."

    C2919840 NUTRILIFE RESEARCH INC.

    Registration Date: 06/01/2007
    Jurisdiction: CALIFORNIA
    Entity Type: DOMESTIC STOCK
    Status: ACTIVE
    Agent for Service of Process: SHOCHEN TAY
    2000 TERRA LANE
    ARCADIA CA 91007
    Entity Address: 2000 TERRA LANE
    ARCADIA CA 91007
    Entity Mailing Address: 2000 TERRA LANE
    ARCADIA CA 91007

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  38. Even a Rusnak salesmen be proud to hand you his business card. Have you seen Sho proudly hand you his shooting range ownership titled on his business card? Isn't the fact speak for itself. Wait until people knowing where his major income from!

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  39. Wait, my comment has to be approved? Isn't that what you are accusing Sho Tay of? Kinda hypocritical. Hmmmmm

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    1. Somehow you made it through.

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