||[Nov. 20th, 2002|05:23 pm]
The knighthood's doing an event this week where they rate various people on various things as they walk by (using olympic-style placards with numbers on them). Potentially offensive, yes, but not nearly as much as some previous events.|
Anyhow, it got shut down by the cops today! Huzzah!
operative: Did you hear what happened to ratings?
operative: The police came and stopped us because someone filed a complaint.
roymund: no! Details, please.
operative: Apparently, someone (a girl) filed a complaint, and like three cops came.
roymund: what did y'all rate her on?
operative: We didn't.
roymund: so what was she complaining for?
operative: We don't know what the complaint was or by whom, but it was obvious from the police guy talking to us that it was from someone who totally misunderstood the event.
operative: We don't know. As the cop said, "It's none of our business."
roymund: So they still made you stop? What was their reason?
operative: Someone filed a complaint,
And, I think something like "We're all adults, we should know better"
roymund: know better than what?
roymund: I still don't get it. What where you doing wrong?
operative: Than to do stuff like this, I guess.
roymund: where were you?
operative: On one of the benches on speedway, in between Gregory Gym and Jester.
roymund: hmmm, that's really odd.
roymund: were the cops dicks, or nice about it?
operative: Drew was suprised Tom just took it.
roymund: that sucks. I didn't realize they could just stop you if there was a generic complaint.
operative: It was a specific complaint, I think.
roymund: but we still don't know what exactly it was?
operative: From what I gathered, some girl complained about something we said (although I know there wasn't anything said worth complaining about),
operative: He wouldn't tell us. I asked him, and he said, "It's none of your business."
operative: or someone misconstrued what was going on, and thought we were just rating girls that walked by (but as I understand it, we can still do that anyway)
roymund: Well keep up the good work.
operative: We threw the three sets of signs away,
operative: but then when we told Drew and Zac about what happened, we took them back to the (thankfully clean) trash can and they got them out.
operative: I think we're doing it again tomorrow.
operative: But it was *really* funny yesterday when we stood in one of the RLM elevators for like fifteen minutes
operative: A'ight, take care!