RR Anderson, DIY Cultural Arts Specialist

Aug. 3, 2008 at 6:14pm

HALT: Mike Lonergan Sign Thief!

an open letter to the skater kids terrorizing my neighborhood

Dear At Risk Youth,

Although you may think it is funny to vandalize my political yard sign, then outright steal it a few days later it's not.   In fact it is a CRIME

Trespassing on my property to remove a political yard sign is not only a crime.  It is a crime against democracy.  

Sign Bigots (below):

mike lonergan

There really is no excuse for this behavior.  It is my belief that THE PARENTS of such children are JUST AS MUCH TO BLAME!!!!!

Mike Lonergran is Everyone's FIRST choice for Pierce County Executive (that is if you don't count the Republican Party's first choice which happened to be Shawn Bunney, a decent American)!

How much is political sign thieving costing tacoma and pierce county??

Teenagers are growing up without respect for the law.

I have my suspicions...

  1. not being breast-fed
  2. lack of access to 12hr kindergarten labor camps
  3. dilution of WASL standards
  4. gangs/baggy pants
  5. skateboarding
  6. 'BMX'  style bicycles 
  7. sexual imagery on beverage advertisements in the schools
  8. Semaj Booker  & derogatory   Rap Music

In summary:

I really hope god kills you for your transgression.  

comments [62]  |  posted under crime, politics, tacoma, thieves, vandals


by fredo on 8/4/2008 @ 8:35am
Rest assured RR, there's a special place in hell for these miscreants.

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/4/2008 @ 9:10am
Whenever I'm troubled about a social problem I make a cup of hot green tea, and go into my portable glass pyramid and sit in a lotus position and chant a low volume mantra: "What would the Volcano do? What would the Volcano do? What would the Vocano do?"

Then after that I do some push-ups, microwave a couple of hotdogs, put on some jeans, a flannel shirt and hiking boots, grab my baseball bat and a 40oz. PBR and head out into the neighborhood on foot looking for suspicious teens.

by NineInchNachos on 8/4/2008 @ 9:32am
thanks for your support my friends.

a final message to the teens who know not what they do...

if you return my mike lonergan sign to my yard, I will not ask any questions and instead be most greatful

by jane on 8/4/2008 @ 10:23am
Wait! Have you considered the possibility that the teens wanted the sign so they can show their support for Mike?

by izenmania on 8/4/2008 @ 10:32am
Perhaps they have simply recognized your artistic excellence.

"My," they may have said to their friends, "I could certainly never construct quite so classy a mustache. And despite my best efforts, I have never achieved such a believe tooth-blanking. I must have it!"

CONCLUSION: Practiced artistic achievement leads to LAWLESSNESS and CORRUPTION OF THE YOUTH. You should be ashamed, good sir. Or proud of yourself, I'm not sure.

by NineInchNachos on 8/4/2008 @ 10:49am

firstly I believe they drew the mustache on mike lonergan to embarrass me into taking down my sign.

however, It had the opposite effect on me. I was proud to display the weathered sign.. ala "Bombs bursting in air, Gave proof through the night That our flag was still there." symbolism.

Discouraged by my unwillingness to be terrorized, I believe the teens removed the sign as the final 'nuclear' option to dissuade my Mike Lonergan patriotism.

Why do they hate Mike Lonergan so much? Are these teens RACIST? Perhaps they are uncomfortable with Mr. Lonergans inter-racial marriage? If so, shame on you kids.

People who love each other have a GOD GIVEN RIGHT to be together. No matter your race, religious creed, veteran status or sexual orientation.

Mike Lonergan is the personification of these beliefs.


by NineInchNachos on 8/4/2008 @ 10:57am
God Loving American:

Euro/nihilist Commie

by marumaruyopparai on 8/4/2008 @ 12:45pm
Perhaps the problem concerns your chosen medium of political expression, it's too passive. These lawless communists clearly have no respect for freedom of expression or decocracy, you'll have to fight fire with fire. May I suggest taking a page out of the book of third-world dictatorship politics and assembling a group of civic-minded individuals and forming a street-team in support of Mr. Lonergan. Follow the mofo's example and encourage all members of this street-team to bring their own 40oz. PBR and aluminum baseball bat. Then canvas the city in search delinquent-looking youth or anyone you suspect may not have been breast fed or might be a republican sympathizer. Then simply do your best to encourage these individuals to sympathize with your political agenda as best a group of intoxicated thugs with aluminum baseball bats can. Democracy is not a natural consequence civilized humanity, it is a privilege that must be ENFORCED by the one's who care enough to ensure that everyone makes a choice, and that each one of those choices is the RIGHT choice. Elect Mike!

by izenmania on 8/4/2008 @ 12:59pm
I have an aluminum baseball bat!

by NineInchNachos on 8/4/2008 @ 1:12pm
whoa whoa whoa... nobody is advocating for THE SPECTER OF BROWN SHIRTS here.

though rescue mission arm bands would be an interesting show of solidarity to the executive excellence party.

by Twisty on 8/4/2008 @ 3:33pm
I'll go with baggy pants, FTW.

by marumaruyopparai on 8/5/2008 @ 1:38am
Oh sure, discount my idea of intoxicated proto-nazi style gangs of tyrannical militants to leverage REAL political change but go ahead and embrace Nazi inspired apparel. . .but wait, of course you're right here. Gangs of drunken politically misguided liberal bullies don't speak to Lonergan's politics at all, and The Tacoma Rescue Mission's logo would look pretty snappy on an arm band I guess. . . its got a nice four point symmetery going for it, kind of like a swastika. . .HEIL LONERGAN!

by Twisty on 8/5/2008 @ 5:52am
RR, you have secured my vote for Lonergan. I have a request: would you please publish a complete list of endorsements? My personal political weathervane could use some stabilization... a learned hand to help steady the helm as I sail the sea of liberal fascism in which we float...

by Twisty on 8/5/2008 @ 5:53am
Oh, and Kevin... thank you for finally fixing that pesky bug. I was starting to think you had forgotten.

by NineInchNachos on 8/5/2008 @ 8:42am

by NineInchNachos on 8/5/2008 @ 8:48am

let's not fool ourselves.


why does this sign mean so much to me? Because Mike "The Original Tacoma Gnome" Lonergan put this sign up HIMSELF!

Mike Lonergan Sign Spy

Mike Lonergan Installs Campaign Sign

Like Escaping Slave or Mofo from the Hood, he take matters into his own hands.

i just want my sign back. so i can heil... er heal.

by NineInchNachos on 8/5/2008 @ 9:08am

I was unable to find a list of endorsements from people on Lonergan's website... but I was able to find a list of endorsements from words:


by FunkomaVintage on 8/5/2008 @ 9:23am
nobody likes Lonergan anymore. Someone just needed a stake for their ever-climbing urban garden green beans. The 'stache had nuttin to do wit it. not the dental work either.

by NineInchNachos on 8/5/2008 @ 9:41am
I'll probably vote for him just cause i'm a sucker for underdogs.


see the broken end-tag on top of his homepage? That shit seriously pulls at my heart strings... the little guy.... he never had a chance!!!

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/5/2008 @ 11:51am
Racisim? That's a Evolutionist platform. Also, let's not forget that Hitler was influenced by Nietzche and his concept of the "Superman." The same 19th century Nietzche who proclaimed "God is Dead." You know, the God who said choose your bedfellows wisely.

One race, people---the human race.

by NineInchNachos on 8/5/2008 @ 11:57am
Nietzche went insane. cosmic horror?

from wikipedia:


Nietzsche also introduced as an important concept: the Ãœbermensch (variously translated (often without regard to the gender-neutrality of the German word Mensch) as superman, superhuman, or overman). Nietzsche contrasts the Ãœbermensch with the Last Man, who appears as an exaggerated version of the degraded "goal" that unified the liberal democratic, bourgeois, socialist, and communist social and political programs.[33] The plural Ãœbermenschen never appears in Nietzsche's writings, which sharply contrasts with Nazi interpretations of his corpus. Michael Tanner suggests Ãœbermensch means the man who lives above and beyond pleasure and suffering, treating both circumstances equally "because joy and suffering are ... inseparable."[34] Stangroom regards the Ãœbermensch as likely Nietzsche's most controversial and most misunderstood concept.

by NineInchNachos on 8/5/2008 @ 12:01pm

Churchill and Hitler were both painters.


which is which?

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/5/2008 @ 12:03pm
That' right. He descended into madness. Some say after spending a lifetime trying to come to terms with his personal experience of battlefield horrors---man's inhumanity to man.

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/5/2008 @ 12:09pm
Churchill and Hitler as painters both look at the same facts and offer different interpretations. Same with Creationists and Evolutionists.

by marumaruyopparai on 8/5/2008 @ 9:52pm
Racism is an evolutionist platform? Someone is going to have to break that one down for me because apparently I'm racist and wasn't even aware of it. I'm willing to wager that there are plenty of racist bigots who don't know the first thing about evolutionary theory but don't hesitate to judge someone based on skin color or cultural differences. I don't think acknowledgement of genetic diversity need require a racist bias.

by NineInchNachos on 8/5/2008 @ 10:05pm
kids: being racist is not cool.

by marumaruyopparai on 8/6/2008 @ 2:02am
Preach on brother Anderson.

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/6/2008 @ 7:23am
marumaruyopparai, you answered your own question about racism, "there are plenty of racist bigots who don't know the first thing about evolutionary theory"---EVOLUTION IS A THEORY. It is NOT A FACT. No one has ever witnessed an evolutionary CHANGE IN KIND of species. There are no such events in Evolutionary theory that can be proved. The theory is uprovable. However, the theory does appeal to certain groups of people with an agenda. The theory does seem to offer a natural science foundation to justify or account for human behavior. Racism? Think of it this way: If a theory states that one hypothetical ethnic type is superior to another than such a "belief" can inspire and lead men to engineer a master race, an Aryan nation, A Third Reich.

Given all that, including all the subsequent horrific mutilations of human bodies by Nazi scientists, today there are people that are volunteering for sex change operations and various other mutilations. How can such mutilations today in 2008 be acceptable by a so-called scientifically enlighted society?

All throughout history a whole lot of people have been duped by vocal minorities with an agenda.

There are only two worldviews or interpretations of reality: Revelation and speculation.

Each worldview or interpretation of reality has vastly different consequences. That's a fact whether one understands the principles of the worldview or not.

by NineInchNachos on 8/6/2008 @ 7:49am
Evolution is just a theory the same way the Gravity is just a theory. However, the theory of gravity does appeal to certain groups of people with an agenda.

same thing with photosynthesis.

Nobody can prove the theory of photosynthesis.

Wake up mofo!

Even the pope believes in the theory of evolution.

Carl Sagan says we are all made of stardust. The greeks claimed that we were made of animated clay to be the play things of the gods.

Hokey superstition is no match for a good blaster at your side. There's no mystic force controlling my city of destiny.

Mr. Mofo from the Hood, don't be that lady in the car moving into the future... but looking back into the past.

Welcome to the future. We're glad YOU MADE IT!

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/6/2008 @ 9:58am
The Ancient Greeks came to the logical conclusion that the universe was created by a self-existent eternal being.

Whatever astrophysicist Carl Sagan says proves nothing. He'd be the first one to relegate that problem to the theologians.

• Belief in a self-existent eternal being: Rational
• Belief in Big Bang Theory and Evolution: Irrational

Matter + Time + Chance = Life on Earth?
How can Unintentionality produce Intentionality?

Your yard sign was stolen by someone who was born a sinner.

by NineInchNachos on 8/6/2008 @ 10:57am
you have it backwards sir

• Belief in super-natural (elves, gobblins, gods, easter bunny): Irrational
• Belief in natural (gravity, thermodynamics, chemistry): Rational

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/6/2008 @ 11:46am
(1) Belief in super-natural (elves, gobblins, gods, easter bunny): Irrational

AGREE as stated. With the following clarification:
Belief in a supernatural or meta(after)physical self-existent triune being (not multiple gods with limited powers; not god as an impersonal mysterious energy). RATIONAL

(2) Belief in natural (gravity, thermodynamics, chemistry): Rational

AGREE as stated. With the following clarification:
Natural laws are observable and discernable because the universe is rational (to a rational mind). If the universe started by chance and manifested its existence as chaos, then rational laws of nature could not be discerned. However, the manifest laws of nature, like all scientific theories, are subject to revision.

The self-existent eternal being is. As a notable Ancient Greek philosopher once said: "Whatever is, is."
The self-existent eternal being is not subject to revision.

The application of this knowledge for use by an evil or arrogant man could result in cosmic horror. In other words, it would be arrogant or boastful for a man to say that everything is in control, there's no need for God, everthing is figured out.

Man doesn't know what tomorrow holds.

A repentant sinner may return your sign by Friday.

by NineInchNachos on 8/6/2008 @ 3:51pm
yet to discriminate in the diversity of gods in favor of any one particular god is a form of mythological racism.

Saturno devorando a sus hijos

did monotheism evolve from polytheism? If everybody believes that their god is the one true god, couldn't a rational being looking at the big picture conclude that all those gods are equally false?


Do I believe in free will? Of course I do. I have no choice.

and with respect to my missing sign; my faith is in humanity.

by droid116 on 8/6/2008 @ 4:15pm
As a note, I saw Goya's "Saturno Devorando Su Hijo" at el Museo Del Prado in Madrid. It is a large piece of art and along with the rest of the work done during his "dark" period, the stuff of nightmares.


by NineInchNachos on 8/6/2008 @ 5:48pm
Goya is one of the greats.
You're a lucky man!

by marumaruyopparai on 8/6/2008 @ 9:50pm
Mofo, RR, I think you should each a take a deep breath and then pat yourselves on the back, that was some damn fine philosophizing. I would love to make a contribution here myself, but I'm so exhausted from wading through this thread that I have nothing left. I will mention however that creationism, much like the evolutionary theory, is also embraced by large unified groups with an agenda because it is consistent with the belief system upon which that agenda is based. Members of the Christian faith for example. I see no real problem with that, there's plenty of room in the universe, however it came to be, for both evolutionists and creationists. And I'm willing to embrace both my creationist and evolutionist brothers and sisters if they're willing to accept me and my beliefs for what they are, regardless of whether they conflict with those of others.

Also, in my opinion, when you get to the heart of the debate concerning this supposed self-existent creator of the universe I feel like it devolves into a chicken or egg debate. Q:Why does god have to exist?
A: Because an ordered logical universe
exists. Thus it must have been created
by a logical being.

If an ordered, logical universe requires a logical creator, why shouldn't an ordered, logical creator require an ordered, logical creator? Is proof of God proof of God's God and that God's God ad infinitum?

Also, all references to Nazi's here were satirical, and not meant to be taken seriously, even more frightening than the Specter of Brown Shirts is that of racism.

RR, I feel your yard sign couldn't be more controversial now had it said "Hooray for 9/11, down with infidels!"

by marumaruyopparai on 8/6/2008 @ 9:56pm
And hooray for the Flying Spaghetti Monster! I see you quoted Han Solo up there as well, couldn't let that slip past without acknowledgement, thanks for bringing him into the debate.

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/6/2008 @ 10:38pm
A self-existent eternal being does not require an antecedent cause.

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/6/2008 @ 11:59pm
(1) "yet to discriminate in the diversity of gods in favor of any one particular god is a form of mythological racism."

For some people, monotheism is an enduring problem, both culturally and politically. Most opposition comes from basically two separate religions which claim to be tolerant: the defenders of society who are content that many gods should be worshipped; and the defenders of a wholly secular society.

The problem with monotheism to these two groups is that it competes with and deprives social institutions and symbols of power of their cultic and sacred aura. The God of the Bible calls on man to rely on His Grace, rather than on human achievement. That's why Christians were a problem in 1st century Rome (God before Caesar), and right up to Nazi Germany (God before Hitler), and now, America. Contemporary society has produced a lot of people who work very hard daily to marginalize Jewish and Christian monotheism. The God of the Bible, they say, should be banished from politics, business, education, and any other sphere where other gods, called values, seek to reign.

Christian monotheism is founded on reasonable evidence, not blind faith. The evidence supporting Christian monotheism is manifested in the created order of the universe, The Bible including its fulfilled prophesies, Jesus Christ in human history, and through the conscience of the mind.

Like it or not, Jewish and Christian monotheism cannot be eliminated by irrational minorities, by those who try to settle arguments based on what they want the truth to be.

(2) "did monotheism evolve from polytheism? (3) If everybody believes that their god is the one true god, couldn't a rational being looking at the big picture conclude that all those gods are equally false?"

Monotheism did not evolve from polytheism. The origin and character of Jewish and Christian monotheism is revealed in The Bible.

Regarding question 3, all known gods could be false. Only one god, a good and all powerful deity, could be true. In the words of Socrates, "Follow the evidence to where it leads."

by marumaruyopparai on 8/7/2008 @ 12:01am
Hence the term 'self-existent,' I get it, but those are all just fancy words to make the idea self-actuating, it doesn't make it so, just an idea. Not saying your wrong, I am an agnostic, I believe that no human mind is capable of proving the existence of this self-existent being no matter how much philosophical deduction takes place. All we have is our perception and to borrow your earlier quote "whatever is, is," regardless of our perception of it.

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/7/2008 @ 12:16am
Whatever God chose not reveal about himself and the universe is none of our business.

by marumaruyopparai on 8/7/2008 @ 12:46am
"Christian monotheism is founded on reasonable evidence, not blind faith. The evidence supporting Christian monotheism is manifested in the created order of the universe, The Bible including its fulfilled prophesies, Jesus Christ in human history, and through the conscience of the mind." - Mofo from the Hood

You cite "created" order as evidence of the monotheistic God, but this in and of itself is no kind of evidence at all, it's an assumption. I will acknowledge "existent" order, because I've witnessed predictable order in the natural phenomena that surround me. However, I have yet to see a creator, or evidence (beyond "existent" order) of a creator, thus I am not willing to just hop on board the "created" order train and call that proof of God.

The comment concerning irrational minorities in this discussion is unnecessary here, I have read nothing irrational on either side of the discussion, only two different perspectives. And what someone "wants" the truth to be is irrelevent, this is an exchange of ideas based on differing perspectives. But if faith IS simply based upon what one 'wants' the truth to be, then you too seem to be shaping reality the way you want it, not necessarily the way it actually is. To discount someones elses ideas as irrational simply because they conflict with your own is in itself irrational. Nothing is proven through use of terms such as 'self-existent,' 'created order' or through reference to Jesus, who's place in human history does nothing to prove the existence of God either. In this day and age when someone wanders the streets claiming to be the progeny of God they're dismissed as insane. Also, fulfillment of biblical prophecy (which is murky subjective water), would only prove that those who wrote the parable had outstanding insight into the future, like Nostradamus. But Nostramus's amazing ability to see ahead into the future seems no more proof of God than accurate bilblical prophecy imho.

by AP on 8/7/2008 @ 10:20am
The good thing is that nobody here is right or wrong. The only existential injustice would be assuming that we "know" anything. If we were meant to know, there would be more clues. Several billion people have failed to prove anything over time. Nuff said. We now resume our respective belief systems already in progress.

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/7/2008 @ 10:29am
I've explained what is and what is not rational. I said irrational minorities are those that try to settle arguments on what they want the truth to be (What makes them feel good; as opposed to what is the truth of the evidence.). All along I've said follow the evidence (experimental data, records, public experience) to where it leads.

Beyond that, what kind of explanation or evidence would you trust?

by AP on 8/7/2008 @ 10:47am
You say, "follow the evidence." I say, "there is none."

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/7/2008 @ 11:12am
Thanks AP. I'm sure you've heard of the Biblical three wise men who travelled to see the newborn baby Jesus. The thing that made them wise was that they sought wisdom. Here in Tacoma, if you go over to Lincoln High School you will read on the cornerstone placed near the main entrance, "The beginning of wisdom is this: Get wisdom..." Proverbs 4:7.

by scout on 8/7/2008 @ 11:15am

by Mofo from the Hood
on 8/7/2008 @ 10:29am "I've explained what is and what is not rational."

That statement is presumptuous in that you have some
supreme power to determine what is rational and what is not rational. You argue that this is based on the "truth of the evidence" - again, how do you know that what you have defined as "evidence" and therefore "truth" is not just your personal opinion?

by NineInchNachos on 8/7/2008 @ 11:27am

nature of the universe

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/7/2008 @ 11:39am
Thank you Mr. Anderson. That example of a standard for evaluating the merits of an argument is the paradigm for High School "drop-out factories." For the effects of the paradigm on critical thinking, please see Scout's statement on 8/7/2008 @ 11:15am.

by NineInchNachos on 8/7/2008 @ 11:44am
the thing I am most proud of:

1. blog post about stolen yard sigh promoting a fuddy politician "DEGRADES" into a philosophical discussion about the mysterious origins of LIFE, THE UNIVERSE, AND EVERYTHING.

* * *

I attribute this beautiful absurdity to YOU, dear readers. You are all beautiful and important friends of mine. GOOD MORNING TACOMA (wherever you are).

by NineInchNachos on 8/7/2008 @ 11:52am
did you find this discussion interesting?

You might also enjoy this article about CARGO CULTS!


by AP on 8/7/2008 @ 1:06pm
Objection, your honor! MftH's purported evidence is speculation... which is fine... as long as we're not trying to prove anything.

by NineInchNachos on 8/7/2008 @ 1:15pm
naw, depends what your definition of 'IS' is.

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/7/2008 @ 3:47pm
This is just speculation, but I feel that Mr. Anderson may have fabricated this whole episode including the photos of Lonergan posting a sign and also all of the blog comments. Because I feel this way I think I should have special priviledges. See you in court.

by scout on 8/7/2008 @ 6:42pm
anything that ends with "see you in court' (even in jest) ends a conversation fast!

by NineInchNachos on 8/7/2008 @ 7:27pm
I've never told a lie in my life! Mofo, you're hurting my feelings!

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/7/2008 @ 7:55pm
That's right. I said, "See you in court." That's the way things are done nowadays. You anti-intellectuals have hurt my feelings and I'm going gather a statistical cross-section of society's psuedo intellectuals who have also had their feelings hurt and together we will bring my case to court.

(1) We psuedo intellectuals seek the right to take the English language and twist it to serve our agenda.

(2) We seek to have our agenda, Critical Thinking for All, taught in the public schools starting at Kindergarten level.

(3) We seek to add more common sense to our agenda at the appropriate time.

(4) We seek the right to post yard signs and related printed materials and to talk about such escapades openly and freely, be that a public park or on the World Wide Web.

We're Wily, Super Styley

by marumaruyopparai on 8/7/2008 @ 8:57pm
Forget all this uber-anti-pseudo-intellectual nonsense, according to the graph that RR-posted earlier we have bigger problems to worry about. All this time my faith was hinged on the greenhouse gas argument to explain global warming, but RR has presented raw data that illustrates a clear correlation between decreasing pirate population and increasing global temperature. I've been distraught, pondering this all day. I don't know who to believe anymore, so I'm going to my local auto dealership and buying a hybrid car, then I'm going to buy an eye-patch, a rapier, and I'm going to raise a skull-and-crossbones flag from the aerial of my hybrid. Then, I'll drive around town at 48 miles to the gallon looting local businesses. Dangerous? Probably. But so are melting ice caps, the time for action is now people.

by marumaruyopparai on 8/7/2008 @ 9:01pm
Also, cargo cults make me sad, I can't really explain why, but reading about them made me sad. Maybe I'll take the spoils of my looting spree and donate them to a cargo cult.

by NineInchNachos on 8/7/2008 @ 9:14pm
not sad. fascinating! we must study and learn about our mysterious cosmos.


by marumaruyopparai on 8/7/2008 @ 10:03pm
Still sad, but none-the-less informative.

by Mofo from the Hood on 8/7/2008 @ 11:20pm
I think we got cargo cults right here in Tacoma. The leaders are commonly called pimps. These pimps have observed over time how men will present to women, be they girlfriends or wives, such gifts as money and jewelry and clothes and cars. So the pimps, seein' all this have figured out a way, or ritual if you like, to attract similar men of material means by using psuedo girlfriends and pseudo wives. Furthermore, I've even heard that the pimps use cargo cult language to describe their psuedo sacrifices. Phrases like: She got a little junk in the trunk; and Cutey with a booty (Boot is the British equivalent for trunk.). Thing about these cult members is that they're kind of hard to spot at first. I mean it's not like they got a yard sign hangin' around their neck.


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