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June 26, 2011

Chicago Pride Floats Get Cut

by Accidental Bear

Really? This is like picking on a child. Thankfully the damage was just superficial and pride marched on in the windy city. Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me. I call low blow.

In what could be a hate crime, dozens of tires on floats headed for Chicago’s Pride Parade were cut with knifes just hours before the Parade Sunday.

Chuck Huser, owner of long-time Pride float provider Assocated Attractions at 4834 S. Halsted on Chicago’s South Side, said the floats were fine when he left 8 p.m. Saturday night, but when he returned 5 a.m. Sunday to start preparation for drivers to depart, he found two tires punctured each on more than 30 floats.

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May 13, 2011

LBGT Seniors Take Over Police Station as Home

by Accidental Bear

Maybe this may clear the karma of some of those wrong doings or discrimination that have occurred in the building. It is also possible that this new LGBT home for Seniors may help some of these old gay buggers fantasize about cops in uniform and prisoner role playing which will increase their sex drive. Hey, I am a glass half full kind of a guy. Nonetheless, I would still pull out some sage and smudge the place.
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Chicago Police Station Converted to LGBT Senior Home
By Advocate.com Editors

A former police station on the North Side of Chicago that once symbolized discrimination will be incorporated into a housing development for LGBT seniors in the Boys town neighborhood.

According to the Chicago Sun Times, “For $1, the city will sell the old Town Hall District station, 3600 N. Halsted, to Heartland Housing Inc., sources said. The nonprofit developer will incorporate the old station into new construction of about 90 apartments for senior citizens.” READ MORE

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