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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by flickchick85, May 24, 2020.
If madness ever shows up...i'll be ready.
It is 1am and for real I feel like I've been at the job for a full 8 hours already.
Super just arrived. We're trying to help the tattoo shop guys seal their place up. Get into the shop you can access the residential section. Also tenant noticed dudes across the street standing watch. They were hired by apartment across from us. Tenant went up, got some petty cash and now those same guys, with guns mind you, are keeping watch over our place.
It's ****ing Soylent Green in NYC right now.
Finally back home.
Yeah... Let's not do this again tonight.
There is cannibalism the public is unaware of?
Movies I watched in May -
*Space Station 76 (2014) Liv Tyler
*The Lodger (1944) Laird Cregar
*Mystery on Monster Island (1981) Peter Cushing
*Nightfall (2000) David Carradine
*The Cold Equations (1996) Bill Campbell
*Riverworld (2010) Tahmoh Penikett
*4:44 Last Day on Earth (2011) Willem Dafoe
*The Second Front (2005) Craig Sheffer
*Resistance (2003) Julia Ormond
*Every Time We Say Goodbye (1986) Tom Hanks
*Bloodshot (2020) Vin Diesel
*The Treasure of Pancho Villa (1955) Gilbert Roland
*Castle Keep (1960) Burt Lancaster
*Young Winston (1972) Simon Ward
*Stuber (2019) Dave Bautista
*Assassination in Rome (1965) Hugh O'Brian
*The Blood Beast Terror (1968) Peter Cushing
*Tobor the Great (1954) Charles Drake
*Ski Troop Attack (1960) Michael Forest
*Billy Two Hats (1974) Gregory Peck
*Extraction (2020) Chris Hemsworth
*Doctor Sleep (2020) Ewan McGregor
*Wind Across the Everglades (1958) Christopher Plummer
The Siege of Firebase Gloria (1989) R, Lee Ermey
Prince of Darkness (1987) Donald Pleasence
*Shoes (1916) Mary MacLaren
*Joker (2019) Joaquin Phoenix
*The Grandmother (1970) Directed by David Lynch
*The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962) Jason Evers
*Blood of the Vampire (1958) Donald Wolfit
*The Bonnie Parker Story (1958) Dorothy Provine
*The Ballad of a Gunfighter (1964) Marty Robbins
*In Country (1989) Bruce Willis
*Poms (2020) Diane Keaton
*Being Rose (2017) Cybill Shepherd
*The Man Behind the Gun (1953) Randolph Scott
*Thunder Over the Plains (1953) Randolph Scott
*Riding Shotgun (1954) Randolph Scott
*Stash House (2012) Dolph Lundgren
Showdown in Little Tokyo (1991) Dolph Lundgren
An Eye for an Eye (1981) Chuck Norris
*Westfront 1918 (1930) Fritz Campers
*Till the End of Time (1946) Guy Madison
Coming Home (1978) Jon Voight
*Breakfast on Pluto (2005) Cillian Murphy
*Lancaster Skies (2019) Jeffrey Mundell
*The Bravados (1958) Gregory Peck
*The Steel Helmet (1951) Gene Evans
*D-Day, the Sixth of June (1956) Robert Taylor
*Jane Doe: Til Death Do Us Part (2005) Lea Thompson
*Jane Doe: The Wrong Face (2005) Lea Thompson
*The Good Witch (2008) Catherine Bell
Man, **** this. I feel like a moldy ass grey piece of toast. Depression blows
Me testing the range of motion in the new chef pants I got.
Not to detract from your very real pain, but I could understand how a lot of us are feeling this way, given the state of things in the US right now.
Nah that's true. It's like they want us all good and depressed and sedated by our own bull****
I'm not ****ing around miguel. lock the **** down
Reek definitely has one of these.
what kind of man makes his wife cut the grass
The driver's cabin is an icecream cup.
Well tonight is a sea change from the last two days.
Far quieter. There's for sure some people skulking about up to no good but it is nothing like before. Everything is boarded up here at the job and they hired a security guard who is armed.
If the night holds as it is we'll be ok.
Glad to hear mate. Hope it goes well.
I'm just wondering if it really is quieter or if the press is covering the looters less to make it look better than it is.
I nodded off for a bit and woke up hella thirsty. Holy ****. Making tea now . Dat dehydration
Ok... Alive still.
Gonna head home and roll up into an adrenaline fueled ball to try to unwind.
Cops were out and in force last night though they didn't seem to go out of their way to bust heads on the whole. The remanants of the looters too seemed different. These felt more like the younger ones that wanted to join in nights one and two but couldn't. And in my area they came away mostly disappointed. The numbers just weren't there last night to be threatening, yet still too much to arrest every person doing something,
On another note... This sounds weird but part of me is worried these kids have overcome their fear of the police. And... That ain't gonna end well for all those involved.
Signing off from NYC.
Be safe all.
Sad that the looters are so brazen. It's like fake charities asking for donations -- taking advantage of a bad situation for their own gain.