Comment: And how does that imply a near riot??????

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And how does that imply a near riot??????

You apparently have never seen a real riot. Words have meanings, (see below). When we misuse words then our communications lose validity. Three limp protesters with ten people yelling and a hundred curious bystanders don't imply a near riot. BTW, I would have loved to see all the curious bystanders actually take a seat, and join the protesters. Maybe next time.

FYI, New Oxford Dictionary defines,
riot |ˈrīət|:
noun
1. a violent disturbance of the peace by a crowd: riots broke out in the capital | [ as modifier ] : riot police.
verb [ no obj. ]
1. take part in a violent public disturbance: students rioted in Paris | (as noun rioting) : a night of rioting.

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