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2007-03-01 23:31:32   Was DCR affiliated with the Cindy Sheehan protest? —StevenDaubert

  • 2007-03-01 23:34:02   There were some Republican members but I can't confirm if it was an official group function —SteveOstrowski
    • 2007-03-02 20:23:00   Did you mean to say that you aren't sure if it was an official group function? The phrasing as it is leaves open the possibility that you know and you just can't say. —JasonAller
    • I am going to talk to an officer in DCR to confirm either way. A lot of them were at the protests but DCR wasn't in a position to control everyone who just happened to be there protesting. DCR can certaintly tell people what is going on, but it may not have been an "official" event. —SteveOstrowski

In afterthought and for the record I knew the guy who championed it and how he was tied to DCR (before I asked) I just wanted to watch Steve hem and haw with some BS. —StevenDaubert

2008-06-28 19:07:16   I'm glad you guys post the names of the people who run your jolly band of mislead morons. —Kicker

  • I'm glad you find yourself able to engage in meaningful, mutually respectful discourse. —JoePomidor

2008-09-23 14:34:17   In the 2006-2007 academic year they offered free tap beers at woodstocks along with pizza and bread sticks. Pretty much the best free food event I was ever able to attend. —600burger

2008-11-26 08:21:08   Have you guys thought about getting protection as a minority group on campus? I don't envy you. I don't sympathize either. But I definitely don't envy you. —condemned2bfree

  • Why would they need protection? —DavidGrundler
  • What does "protection as a minority group" even mean? Armed guards? Convoys? Helicopter escorts? —PaulHarms
  • The ACLU would be a nice start. - GregWebb

2011-09-22 23:23:21   Hi everyone! I was wondering if anyone who is going to the event on Saturday would be willing to carpool. Let me know! Thanks :) —CarliCiatti

  • Well I guess you made it to the veterans bike ride the week after! We are glad to have you as part of our club, and this is a message for those who seek to keep us "in the closet", WE ARE BACK! and we are not afraid to stand for what we know, in our hearts, is right. —JonathanSooHoo

2011-10-02 20:33:01   Wish I was around when they used to do some IRL trolling. Now they're all just oriented towards creating career politicians. That's no fun. —hankim

  • 2011-10-02 23:34:24   I would hardly call trying to increase diversity "trolling". The inherent racist nature of affirmative action is hardly defined as trolling, but rather a serious issue, and a serious problem in American society. Additionally, we will be doing more activities, for example, today more than 10 republicans went to San Francisco to support a wounded veterans bike ride. JonathanSooHoo
    • Trolling = doing something to get a rise out of someone. In a place like Berkeley, going against anything like affirmative action is trolling the majority of its inhabitants. —hankim
      • Trolling denigrates the message that we supported, a message of increasing diversity. JonathanSooHoo
        • You guys really have a stick up your asses now. —hankim