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June 26, 2013

Why would anybody have a Little League collector pin in the form of a police badge? If that badge got in the hands of the wrong person, you don’t know what might happen....

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spike2

Jun-26-13 8:02 AM

We are talking about a mini-pin that is possibly 1/2" by 1/2". Anyone who is dumb enough to believe that is a real badge is just destined to be scammed by someone.

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LeisureSuitLarry

Jun-26-13 5:56 AM

What did this supposed police badge pin actually look like? When I think of Little League pins I assume that they are small, and though made with the image of something, like a badge, would also have some kind of logo or wording across the face to indicate a sponsor and reference to LLWS. If that's what we are talking about with these pins that were confiscated then where was the harm? Good luck trying to pretend to be a cop and flash a teeny-wheeny replica badge.

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USABorn

Jun-26-13 2:30 AM

Knew of Dottie when she was an employee of C.A.Reed. She has been writing crazy LTEs for years.

How does one mistake a small collectors "pin" for a "badge?"

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