Things are starting to get ridiculous

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Thread Topic: Things are starting to get ridiculous

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    Faceless Knight Advanced
    I have a cousin in Minneapolis and I'm about 45 min away from the city
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    Night_Owl Advanced
    Oh man. It looks like tear gas is being used there now
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    Night_Owl Advanced
    Philadelphia was really bad today
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    Faceless Knight Advanced
    I saw alot of coo cars were getting wrecked in Philly
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    Night_Owl Advanced
    Oh yeah, and LA too. There were so many cars in LA with their tires slashed and graffitied on and with broken windshields and windows
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    Faceless Knight Advanced
    Lots of buildings have burned down in MN
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    Night_Owl Advanced
    Yeah, I saw that Target was burning a couple nights ago. Which reminds me, how are you able to get your groceries and necessities if most of your businesses and stores have been broken into or burned down?
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    i am in a not very safe part of the city, i live in denton. the curfew that has been placed is because of the violent protests.
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    Faceless Knight Advanced
    a bank, post office, wendy's, and a police precinct have been burned down as well. plus some other places i dont remember
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    Night_Owl Advanced
    Hopefully your home remains safe though and y'all are staying inside

    That's crazy. Why burn down a bank of all things?
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    Night_Owl Advanced
    I think DC is starting to get bad too
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    cuteboy123 Novice
    do u like raisins? lmao
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    Night_Owl Advanced
    Thirty minutes from where I live, they've started to protest, but hopefully it remains peaceful. We're not a very big city and there's not many buildings that are left standing or in operation due to hurricanes
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    Night_Owl Advanced
    Please leave
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    Night_Owl Advanced
    I turned off the news for the night, but hopefully no more people will be injured tonight and buildings will be able to keep their structure

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