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Hemet Apologizes to Vagos

September 5, 2011

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Last year, the City of Hemet, California decided to cast itself in the roll of the hamlet of Carbonville in a fifth rate remake of The Wild One. The blatantly obvious point of this dramatization was money. A series of nasty and dangerous pranks had annoyed the overbearing local cops for months. Hemet decided to […]

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Hemet Held Hostage Day 85

March 25, 2010

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Hemet, California, home of the internationally famous Ramona festival; a city so important that it has not one but four sister cities; a city of light; a city of magic; a city most of the world still cannot find on a map with a magnifying glass; remains a city besieged by relentless, invisible vandals. “We […]

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The Hemet Hoax

March 21, 2010

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In 1954 a satirist named Leonard Wibberley wrote a six part serial for the Saturday Evening Post magazine called “The Day New York Was Invaded.” The next year the story was published by Little, Brown and Company with a title most people recognize, The Mouse That Roared. The comedy became a Peter Sellers movie four […]

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