Pirates, Treasure & More


The event is from 2-2:45 p.m. April 10 at the Pleasanton Public Library, 400 Old Bernal Ave. Enjoy a sneak peek at scenes from the upcoming Pleasanton Civic Arts/SF Shakespeare Festival production of "Treasure Island". After wards meet and talk with the Director & community cast members. Best for ages 5 and up. Call 931-3400 ext 8 or visit www.ci.pleasanton.ca.us/services/library/.


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Posted by IslamicTerrorists
a resident of Avila
on Apr 9, 2010 at 2:20 pm

The glorification of pirates needs to end. These were and still are largely a part of the Islamic (Muslim) terrorism. I have read that this was the reason that Thomas Jefferson had a copy of the Koran--the U.S. was forced to pay ransom $$ to these beasts because we had little in the way of a Navy. Piracy was then, and still is a major threat to commerce. These pirates are a vicious lot, not unlike their Islamic brothers who are so busy now with hostage taking and blowing up innocent people wherever they can. If you are a parent, don't buy pirate items for your kids. If their teacher wants to do a lesson romanticizing these horrible individuals, contact them and provide a little education along with your request that they pick a different topic.

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Posted by Pirate Radio
a resident of West of Foothill
on Apr 9, 2010 at 3:30 pm

The vilification of Muslims needs to end. Your pirate/terrorist remarks are deeply offensive.

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