They're still stuck in victim mode.
Well I'm always armed in Tremont. But I don't tell anyone...And I'm not looking for trouble, either.
Maybe they could hire hire mercs?
Forming a reasonably strong community isn't a bad idea, but it is nowhere close to the top of the list of useful things to do to safeguard one's home etc.Dummies.Jim
Fighting back with brooms and phones. Is that some new martial art school I haven't heard of?Chuck phone at attacker's head, then strike with broom using powerful two handed swing. Begin!
The lights could help for target identification.
Its a learning curve. They think we're so civilized we can defeat the barbarian hordes without violence.Neglecting to note that there are "Barbarian Hordes" in the first place.Hopefully they'll work their way up the learning curve....but sadly, I doubt it.
Its a learning curve. They think we're so civilized we can defeat the barbarian hordes without violence.And they fail to recognize that violence is implicit in the very fabric of a functioning, civilized society
@ Weer'd Beard: At first glance, I could have sworn you said Librarian Hordes. :)"They think we're so civilized we can defeat the librarian hordes without violence."
Doesn't Judge Pinaka live in this neighborhood? Maybe he could go after the big bad banks that loaned money to the victims that live in Tremont.
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