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I'd like to join la jara (a.k.a. the police):
yes 60%
no 40%

Votes: 5

 Cuidao, que viene la jara...

 Author:  Topic:  Posted:
Dec 11, 2001
LAPD action dolls.
`The extensive planning and design that went into these figures to make sure that they are realistic representations of police officers makes them quality gifts,'' [Los Angeles Police Protective League President Mitzi] Grasso added.
Yeah. Complete with the tools of repression-- baton, OC spray and all.

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If I may be allowed a guess, all the figures will be white (and male; yeah, I added this as an afterthought. Fucken male privilege.). In L.A., however, whites are not in the majority. And of course, the media will only mention this fact if some minority advocates complain. And then all the TV pundits will attack them.


What about the other guys? (none / 0) (#1)
by Anonymous Reader on Tue Dec 11th, 2001 at 06:30:15 AM PST
Well as everyone who plays with dolls knows, just having one side of the story is not good enough. I mean GI Joe without someone's arse to kick is pointless.

So I humbly suggest:

Sally streetwalker - Short leather skirt, big boots and an attitude. Also has cash accessory so that when extorted she can hand it over.

Gary Gangbanger - complete with Uzi and with seperate colours.

The top of the pops would have to be the Rodney King doll. Comes complete with car and bystander with video camera.

Of course these would only be available in the black and hispanic models. Maybe a poor white trash junkie could also come out - just for balance of course....


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