Confused malcontents swilling Chardonnay while awaiting the Zombie Apocalypse.
Sure, I'd like to learn both!
But anyway, do you see what I mean about the arson and destruction is not caused by local demonstrators?
Granted, the looting is probably caused by local criminals, taking advantage of police distraction to break into liquor stores to raid the shelves, convenience stores to make off with all the tobacco, (which costs a lot here), pharmacies, to grab the prescription drugs. But the random destruction and firebomb arson of businesses by white men, (often witnessed by locals), makes no sense as protest, and can only be explained, IMO, as white supremacists who want to create the image that the black population are causing this chaos.
I'll write a set of instructions for you in the Hostess folder today.
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
The anger rose so quickly because there's little hope to be found, writes Emily Olson.
That's putting it mildly.
LOL, I was just trying to read the directions, on various things in the Host files...
A protester was arrested near Barclays Center.(AP: Wong Maye-E)
Protesters rally in New York.(AP: Frank Franklin II)
Demonstrators protested in Centennial Olympic Park.(AP: Mike Stewart)
Demonstrators were detained by Atlanta Police.(AP Photo: Brynn Anderson)
Police officers and protesters clash near the CNN Center.(AP: Mike Stewart)
Demonstrators block the street as a Los Angeles Fire Department ambulance tries to get through.(AP Photo: Mark J. Terrill)
Protesters demonstrate outside Houston City Hall in response to George Floyd's death, Friday, May 29, 2020. Floyd died Memorial Day while in the custody of the Minneapolis police. (Elizabeth Conley/Houston Chronicle)/Houston Chronicle via AP)(AP: Elizabeth Conley/Houston Chronicle)
Omaha police fired tear gas as they approached protesters sitting in the street.(AP: Chris Machian/Omaha World-Herald)
Protesters stand on Lincoln Avenue and face off with Denver Police.(AP Photo: David Zalubowski)