Dulouz wrote:altuniverse wrote:.
The city is hardly wrecked....I really get sick of this moralizing crap.
Ah yes let Madison become the riot town. Insurance will pay for it. Nobody was killed, so who cares. Let people bust windows. The insurance will pay for it! And who is paying for the insurance? Small business owners already struggling to stay on State Street. I already know people who don't shop on State Street because of the concept it isn't safe, so why don't we just make even more unsafe and put up a sign: "Hey if you don't kill anybody go ahead and riot, we'll just clean it up with the tax payers money in the morning."
This type of attitude is why things will only get worse before one of these parties turns into major issue which will harm the image of Madison forever. There was at least one person arrested for assult in this riot (Russell Kuhns). Let's see if we can have a death next year and then maybe you'll care. But some of us of care now. If this continues State Street won't be State Street because small stores won't be able to or won't wish to deal with the cost of Holloween has their business.
If you stick you head into the ground any more you'll find the iron core.