From: flick harrison (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Aug 05 2007 - 11:04:18 PDT
On 4-Aug-07, at 6:22 PM, Jim Carlile wrote:
> I love the thought of all these NY picnickers in fear of being
> caught with illegal cellphone shots.
You *must* love the thought. You support the rules.
...or do you support arbitrary enforcement?
> This is such a ridiculous red-herring,
A red herring leads us off to a false suspicion of murder. The new
rules lead us to a correct suspicion of non-permitted filming
activity vis-a-vis cellphone-camera-equipped picnickers.
> and it's disingenuous, too, because that's not what any of you guys
> are worried about. It's a phony issue.
Is that a pun?
> And my response was in regards to Chuck's good point about the need
> for permits and notification. It actually happened, and it's one
> reason why L.A. requires permits. People almost got hurt.
And it's a ridiculous example.
Waving guns in an alley is stupid, permit or no.
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