So a Cop punches out this clown

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    If only it was a mime..
    I'd rather be lucky than good any day

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    As a clown I can say from experience, clowns are just like any other group of people . . . there are good ones and bad ones. It makes me sad when someone dresses up in a "clown outfit" to get attention, and gives us a bad name. That guy was not a clown; he was an Activist. I'm glad this guy was arrested! And as far as the video went, it did look like the Activist threw the first punch.
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    I guess that cop wasn't clowning around.
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    Clowns scare me...

    I had a bad clown experience as a young boy - I don't trust them...
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    I intend no offense to anyone.

    I always think its sad when one has a bad experience with a particular breed of dog, cat, horse, person of a particular race/nationality/physical characteristic/costume/uniform, etc. and lumps all others with that same “look” together as being the same as the one with which they had the bad experience.

    All of “them” (whatever they are) are never all alike. The “one” that was out-of-line was “that one”, and not all the rest of them. If one has a bad experience with “one” of them, dislike “that one” and realize it was only “that one” and not all the rest of them.

    I have met many, with deep seated fears of clowns, end up changing their minds, and some actually becoming clowns themselves. A real clown never frightens anyone. There are some who put on makeup and an outfit, and call themselves a clown, when they are just like any other bad guy wearing a disguise of some kind. Those BGs just leave the real clowns carrying the blame for their wrong actions forever.

    This is the same for breeds of dogs, cats, horses, people of particular races/nationalities/ physical characteristics/costumes/uniforms, etc.

    It was that one, not all the rest of them.
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