Ah, these guys were preaching something or other outside the Columbia Heights metro Saturday afternoon. I’m fairly certain that they are insane. I don’t know that 100% but there was some definite jibberish going on. I remember there was some city council laws being debated about how loud they could amplify their preachings. I hope that law passed. I find these folks can be intimidating to random folks. Me, I think they’re harmless but irritating and I’m happy to tell them as such. But I saw other folks that felt very uncomfortable and I think it is unpleasant to have such folks preaching on public property. So what do you think – is this simply a case of free speech? Are they harmless or a menace?
2604 Connecticut Ave, NW Ed. Note: The original Taco City remains open on lower Barracks Row/Navy Yard at 1102 8th Street, SE. JT asks: “any intel on the Woodley Taco…
photo by Jeanette.Cook You can talk about whatever is on your mind – quality of life issues, a beautiful tree you spotted, scuttlebutt, or any random questions/thoughts you may have….
courtesy Calico (50 Blagden Alley, NW) From a press release: “February 2 is National Tater Tot Day, and Calico, urban backyard in Blagden Alley known for its crispy tots, is celebrating the food…
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