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California, that a “Fuck the draft” jacket didn’t break any statutes because it wasn’t likely to incite violence.
There have been no reports of fights breaking out because of the sticker yet.
According to Winkler, they were selling well, and he was in negotiations with Maxim regarding possible promotions, but was forced to stop his venture after being shouted at and threatened in the street.
Winkler said, "It was a bit of fun that didn't hurt anyone, but I found out that in this region you just can't do something like that.
The Republican sheriff serving an area southwest of Houston claimed the profane banner is putting a bad taste in locals’ mouths, drawing “numerous calls regarding the offensive display.” Nehls demanded the driver turn him or herself in to “discuss it.” Keep up with this story and more Nehls said a prosecutor already told him she could charge the driver with disorderly conduct, which Texas defines as using “abusive, indecent, profane, or vulgar language in a public place, and the language by its very utterance tends to incite an immediate breach of the peace.”But law enforcement officers trying to prosecute people for dropping the F-bomb against the government have already been struck down by the highest court in the land.
A California judge ruled in a 1971 Supreme Court case, Cohen Vs.
Users pointed out that it's difficult to tell what's offensive now and said the president isn't setting much of an example.
“I would like to understand what is vulgar in this Trump era….
Its road signs are a popular visitor attraction, and they were often stolen by souvenir-hunting tourists until 2005, when the signs were modified to be theft-resistant.
Höppl said that tourists, and the money they bring to the area, were welcome, but locals were sick of replacing the road signs.
Commander Schmitzberger, the local police chief, also hinted at other avenues to stop what he calls "foreign criminals" from disturbing order in the village.
Regarding these "other avenues", Schmitzberger stated, "[w]hat they are, I am not at liberty to disclose, but we will not stand for the Fucking signs being removed.
It may be very amusing for you British, but Fucking is simply Fucking to us. It is puerile." A resident of the village, Josef Winkler, attempted to cash in on the village's fame by setting up a website on which he sold T-shirts featuring the village road signs, with the slogan "I like Fucking in Austria" printed on them.