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MANGANian

Megalomaniacal Robo-Zombie
Just four more days until parts of our quarantine rules get lifted. I'm kinda sad and relieved at the same time, but I'm being cautious about it. I don't wanna get my hopes up for the minister to announce another 2 weeks. My funds are beginning to run dry at this point and the relief grant hasn't reached my door yet. We're doing pretty well in keeping this thing maintained. So far only 8 deaths out 116 cases. 5 cases are the only active ones so far and they're all mild; the rest are considered recovered.


I finally finished Uncharted 4 and it's really good. It's a quality game no doubt. It really is the best aspect of every game in one package and then some; the best of the franchise. I can see myself revisiting it someday. A thing about the Uncharted I hated were the collectibles. They're largely useless, don't give much information and stress me out to no end. Uncharted also locks you out from parts of a level when you move on to another scripted event, so too bad for you if you accidentally triggered a story event. It really was a test of how much I can ignore looking for these little shits. Sometimes I'd give in and ended up looking for them anyway, and every time I did it made me enjoy the game less.

Moral of the story: ignore the trinkets.

Now back to Darksiders II.
 

MANGANian

Megalomaniacal Robo-Zombie
If you haven't already, be sure to check out the first game. I thought it was better than par II which, surprisingly, I beat on Wii U.
Done and done. I'm liking Darksiders II better, as there are some quality-of-life decisions in the game and there's a certain shark-tooth character who's just really amusing for some reason I can't put my finger on, but so far I miss the first game's dungeons. The dungeons I've come across in Darksiders II have been smaller in scale than the ones in the first game.

But man, the 2 of the four horsemen sure are hard-asses. I mean, chill out a bit. They all react to everyone like they're being threatened. Sometimes it's funny and sometimes it's just sad.

Welp, I just got Wonderful 101. I guess Darksiders II would have to wait again.
 
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Done and done. I'm liking Darksiders II better, as there are some quality-of-life decisions in the game and there's a certain shark-tooth character who's just really amusing for some reason I can't put my finger on, but so far I miss the first game's dungeons. The dungeons I've come across in Darksiders II have been smaller in scale than the ones in the first game.

But man, the 2 of the four horsemen sure are hard-asses. I mean, chill out a bit. They all react to everyone like they're being threatened. Sometimes it's funny and sometimes it's just sad.

Welp, I just got Wonderful 101. I guess Darksiders II would have to wait again.
I am waiting not so patiently for my physical copy. Although...Does anyone here want the spare Steam Copy I was sent?
 

sjmartin79

White Phoenix of the Crown
So, Quarantine and Social Distancing has been extremely tough on us. I had to disappear for a few weeks from here to mentally and emotionally deal with what had been happening.

Working in Senior Living, I'm considered an "Essential Worker" so I'm at work every day. Thankfully, my community has had no cases, but the same can't be said for other communities here in Sarasota. One of my friends lost 10 of her residents to the Rona.

It's been difficult not being able to spend real time with extended family. Steve2 and I have been doing the shopping for my parents so they could stay home and away from people, since they are both immune-compromised. We'll sit on their lanai and talk to them about 15 feet apart through the screen door. We call it "Porch Parties". My brother had a car accident which caused a brain bleed which forced him to have brain surgery and spend a week in the hospital without family or friends. That was rough on all of us not to be able to be there for him. Thankfully, he's healing well.

On the homefront, it has been a nightmare. As you know, we were in the process of adopting a teenage daughter from the foster care system. It turns out they didn't fill us in on exactly all the issues she had. We had troubles with her from the moment she started school. We got called into school multiple times. Once because she brought a swiss army knife to school and took it out in class. We had issues with her lying... constantly. We had issues with boys and girls that were interested in her romantically. She faked a pregnancy to get a boy back after she broke up with him. We handled things with a firm but loving hand, letting her know that we were here for her, no matter what, but it didn't seem to matter because it was one drama after the next. When the Quarantine hit, and homeschool started, things got worse. Which didn't seem possible.

Steve2 was designated as "Work from Home" by his company, so he was there every day with her. She was purposefully failing at her school work, and that is hard, because they set it up so that the kids are pretty much guaranteed to pass this Spring since everything is so difficult. She began becoming a hypochondriac. She would start drama and attempt to start verbal fights. We didn't fall for it her tricks or manipulation. We hoped that with all the extra love an attention that it will help her, but it seemed to go the opposite way. Her therapists felt at a loss. Her medications were adjusted multiple times. She would call our families and lie to them to try to get sympathy for things she wasn't actually experiencing. We hired a new therapist that specialized in troubled kids from the foster care system. Any time that we felt we had a breakthrough, it lasted 2 days max till things went back to hell. We set up reward systems for appropriate behavior and doing her school work - with a thing that once she did 8 weeks of hitting the goal, we'd buy her a Switch Lite. We never got one week of hitting the goal. We felt at our wits' end. We asked all our parent friends for advice, but kept hearing that we're doing exactly what they would do. The specialists from the foster care program told us the same.

In mid-April, when I went MIA from here, things began getting worse. She was doing what she could to try to drive a wedge between Steve and I. Lying about each other to the other one. Then it all culminated when she cut herself over 100 times all over her body and ran away. Within 20 minutes of running away, police stopped by to let us know that she had been picked up and she was being taken to the hospital for a minimum 72 hour observation. When that happened, our custody of her was terminated. She ended up being hospitalized in a psychiatric facility for over two weeks. We know she's somewhere in the Tri-County area, but nothing definite.

This was a huge blow to us. Even though it had only been 6 months, she was our daughter. And through it all, we hoped to be able to help her. But in the end, she needed more help than we could provide.

We're only now just starting to heal from the loss and the trauma. I've been playing a lot of Animal Crossing, as it is a lovely peaceful escape. Work has been a way to get out. It hasn't been for Steve2, as he is still working from home, and being home reminds him of her. I know we'll get through this and come out strong on the other side, but in the interim, it's rough.
 
So, Quarantine and Social Distancing has been extremely tough on us. I had to disappear for a few weeks from here to mentally and emotionally deal with what had been happening.

Working in Senior Living, I'm considered an "Essential Worker" so I'm at work every day. Thankfully, my community has had no cases, but the same can't be said for other communities here in Sarasota. One of my friends lost 10 of her residents to the Rona.

It's been difficult not being able to spend real time with extended family. Steve2 and I have been doing the shopping for my parents so they could stay home and away from people, since they are both immune-compromised. We'll sit on their lanai and talk to them about 15 feet apart through the screen door. We call it "Porch Parties". My brother had a car accident which caused a brain bleed which forced him to have brain surgery and spend a week in the hospital without family or friends. That was rough on all of us not to be able to be there for him. Thankfully, he's healing well.

On the homefront, it has been a nightmare. As you know, we were in the process of adopting a teenage daughter from the foster care system. It turns out they didn't fill us in on exactly all the issues she had. We had troubles with her from the moment she started school. We got called into school multiple times. Once because she brought a swiss army knife to school and took it out in class. We had issues with her lying... constantly. We had issues with boys and girls that were interested in her romantically. She faked a pregnancy to get a boy back after she broke up with him. We handled things with a firm but loving hand, letting her know that we were here for her, no matter what, but it didn't seem to matter because it was one drama after the next. When the Quarantine hit, and homeschool started, things got worse. Which didn't seem possible.

Steve2 was designated as "Work from Home" by his company, so he was there every day with her. She was purposefully failing at her school work, and that is hard, because they set it up so that the kids are pretty much guaranteed to pass this Spring since everything is so difficult. She began becoming a hypochondriac. She would start drama and attempt to start verbal fights. We didn't fall for it her tricks or manipulation. We hoped that with all the extra love an attention that it will help her, but it seemed to go the opposite way. Her therapists felt at a loss. Her medications were adjusted multiple times. She would call our families and lie to them to try to get sympathy for things she wasn't actually experiencing. We hired a new therapist that specialized in troubled kids from the foster care system. Any time that we felt we had a breakthrough, it lasted 2 days max till things went back to hell. We set up reward systems for appropriate behavior and doing her school work - with a thing that once she did 8 weeks of hitting the goal, we'd buy her a Switch Lite. We never got one week of hitting the goal. We felt at our wits' end. We asked all our parent friends for advice, but kept hearing that we're doing exactly what they would do. The specialists from the foster care program told us the same.

In mid-April, when I went MIA from here, things began getting worse. She was doing what she could to try to drive a wedge between Steve and I. Lying about each other to the other one. Then it all culminated when she cut herself over 100 times all over her body and ran away. Within 20 minutes of running away, police stopped by to let us know that she had been picked up and she was being taken to the hospital for a minimum 72 hour observation. When that happened, our custody of her was terminated. She ended up being hospitalized in a psychiatric facility for over two weeks. We know she's somewhere in the Tri-County area, but nothing definite.

This was a huge blow to us. Even though it had only been 6 months, she was our daughter. And through it all, we hoped to be able to help her. But in the end, she needed more help than we could provide.

We're only now just starting to heal from the loss and the trauma. I've been playing a lot of Animal Crossing, as it is a lovely peaceful escape. Work has been a way to get out. It hasn't been for Steve2, as he is still working from home, and being home reminds him of her. I know we'll get through this and come out strong on the other side, but in the interim, it's rough.
Holy shit dude, I can't imagine. I don't want to pry too much or anything, but why exactly did they terminate your custody? I'm not at all familiar with any foster care programs, so is it because she's too troubled or do they wrongfully blame you? Like, in the future is it still possible for you to try again if that's something you want? I really don't mean to be insensitive here if my wording ain't great.

I'm also sorry to hear about your brother, but glad to see he's doing better.

I can only relate to the feeling of isolation. Living by myself and not being able to see my friends it really tough.

Take care of yourself though. You always have the TNE family here. We'll get through this.
 

sjmartin79

White Phoenix of the Crown
Holy shit dude, I can't imagine. I don't want to pry too much or anything, but why exactly did they terminate your custody? I'm not at all familiar with any foster care programs, so is it because she's too troubled or do they wrongfully blame you? Like, in the future is it still possible for you to try again if that's something you want? I really don't mean to be insensitive here if my wording ain't great.

I'm also sorry to hear about your brother, but glad to see he's doing better.

I can only relate to the feeling of isolation. Living by myself and not being able to see my friends it really tough.

Take care of yourself though. You always have the TNE family here. We'll get through this.
When the children have to be institutionalized, here at least, they again become a ward of the state. She'll live in a group home now till she's 21. Barring any more hospitalizations, that is. The system did not blame us, and they thanked us for the care and love we did provide her. It turns out we are not the first home she had to leave because of doing something like this.

We would still be able to try adopting again in the future, but we're a tad gun-shy at the moment.
And no worries, you wording was totally fine. I appreciate your concern. :)
Thank you very much! I truly appreciate it!

(And if anyone ever needs to visit my island in ACNH, my gates are always open to TNE.)
 

mattavelle1

IT’S GOT A DEATH RAY!
Moderator
So, Quarantine and Social Distancing has been extremely tough on us. I had to disappear for a few weeks from here to mentally and emotionally deal with what had been happening.

Working in Senior Living, I'm considered an "Essential Worker" so I'm at work every day. Thankfully, my community has had no cases, but the same can't be said for other communities here in Sarasota. One of my friends lost 10 of her residents to the Rona.

It's been difficult not being able to spend real time with extended family. Steve2 and I have been doing the shopping for my parents so they could stay home and away from people, since they are both immune-compromised. We'll sit on their lanai and talk to them about 15 feet apart through the screen door. We call it "Porch Parties". My brother had a car accident which caused a brain bleed which forced him to have brain surgery and spend a week in the hospital without family or friends. That was rough on all of us not to be able to be there for him. Thankfully, he's healing well.

On the homefront, it has been a nightmare. As you know, we were in the process of adopting a teenage daughter from the foster care system. It turns out they didn't fill us in on exactly all the issues she had. We had troubles with her from the moment she started school. We got called into school multiple times. Once because she brought a swiss army knife to school and took it out in class. We had issues with her lying... constantly. We had issues with boys and girls that were interested in her romantically. She faked a pregnancy to get a boy back after she broke up with him. We handled things with a firm but loving hand, letting her know that we were here for her, no matter what, but it didn't seem to matter because it was one drama after the next. When the Quarantine hit, and homeschool started, things got worse. Which didn't seem possible.

Steve2 was designated as "Work from Home" by his company, so he was there every day with her. She was purposefully failing at her school work, and that is hard, because they set it up so that the kids are pretty much guaranteed to pass this Spring since everything is so difficult. She began becoming a hypochondriac. She would start drama and attempt to start verbal fights. We didn't fall for it her tricks or manipulation. We hoped that with all the extra love an attention that it will help her, but it seemed to go the opposite way. Her therapists felt at a loss. Her medications were adjusted multiple times. She would call our families and lie to them to try to get sympathy for things she wasn't actually experiencing. We hired a new therapist that specialized in troubled kids from the foster care system. Any time that we felt we had a breakthrough, it lasted 2 days max till things went back to hell. We set up reward systems for appropriate behavior and doing her school work - with a thing that once she did 8 weeks of hitting the goal, we'd buy her a Switch Lite. We never got one week of hitting the goal. We felt at our wits' end. We asked all our parent friends for advice, but kept hearing that we're doing exactly what they would do. The specialists from the foster care program told us the same.

In mid-April, when I went MIA from here, things began getting worse. She was doing what she could to try to drive a wedge between Steve and I. Lying about each other to the other one. Then it all culminated when she cut herself over 100 times all over her body and ran away. Within 20 minutes of running away, police stopped by to let us know that she had been picked up and she was being taken to the hospital for a minimum 72 hour observation. When that happened, our custody of her was terminated. She ended up being hospitalized in a psychiatric facility for over two weeks. We know she's somewhere in the Tri-County area, but nothing definite.

This was a huge blow to us. Even though it had only been 6 months, she was our daughter. And through it all, we hoped to be able to help her. But in the end, she needed more help than we could provide.

We're only now just starting to heal from the loss and the trauma. I've been playing a lot of Animal Crossing, as it is a lovely peaceful escape. Work has been a way to get out. It hasn't been for Steve2, as he is still working from home, and being home reminds him of her. I know we'll get through this and come out strong on the other side, but in the interim, it's rough.
It’s been some fuk shit for real Sjm, you whole first part I felt in spades. This social distancing and quarantine measures got me as a very social person fuked up!

My wife like you works in the Med industry and her floor at her hospital was chosen for the Covid patients. That’s some weird shit havin to contemplate kinda laying next to a front line soldier. So not only is it stress but that just added a heap to it, and my business crazy enough is just booming.

On the home front damn, it’s very rough then you throw all these circumstances like Covid on top of adoption / being essential / someone always being home. It’s a lot

If you need anyone to talk to I’m always an ear for real I appreciate you guys an Sjm hang in there continually I will be praying for you guys.
 

sjmartin79

White Phoenix of the Crown
It’s been some fuk shit for real Sjm, you whole first part I felt in spades. This social distancing and quarantine measures got me as a very social person fuked up!

My wife like you works in the Med industry and her floor at her hospital was chosen for the Covid patients. That’s some weird shit havin to contemplate kinda laying next to a front line soldier. So not only is it stress but that just added a heap to it, and my business crazy enough is just booming.

On the home front damn, it’s very rough then you throw all these circumstances like Covid on top of adoption / being essential / someone always being home. It’s a lot

If you need anyone to talk to I’m always an ear for real I appreciate you guys an Sjm hang in there continually I will be praying for you guys.
Thank you @mattavelle1! I truly appreciate that!
 

mattavelle1

IT’S GOT A DEATH RAY!
Moderator
I hope everyone had a good weekend, and here's to a good new week!

What games are you all playing right now?

I'm doing Animal Crossing and Final Fantasy 14.
My wife has also detached from reality with ACNH. I’ve been playing my usual rotation rocket league/ spla2oon/ MHGX/Tetris 99 (just finished getting that AC skin).
 

Socar

Active Member
I need help on something guys...

Well firstly, I ordered this one...

https://amzn.to/2LFcZ8E

The reason being is that I'm getting inconsistent internet speed and keeps getting disconnected at times due to my distance from router to my room being wi-fi dead zone. Since I heard that wi-fi extenders aren't seamless and slow the internet speed, I opted for the mesh.

The thing is, I bought a 2 pack because I only need it for my room. The TV and my Dad's laptop are at the main hall and since the router is in the room next to the hall, the internet wi-fi works well there mostly with no issues as Netflix on TV and dad's laptop work fine as far as I'm aware.

So the thing I want to get at is will this mesh also extend the range further or will it worsen the traffic if I don't get 3 instead of 2? I'm thinking that if you're going to suggest 3, I could cancel the order and opt for 3 rather than 2.
 

MANGANian

Megalomaniacal Robo-Zombie
So, Quarantine and Social Distancing has been extremely tough on us. I had to disappear for a few weeks from here to mentally and emotionally deal with what had been happening.

Working in Senior Living, I'm considered an "Essential Worker" so I'm at work every day. Thankfully, my community has had no cases, but the same can't be said for other communities here in Sarasota. One of my friends lost 10 of her residents to the Rona.

It's been difficult not being able to spend real time with extended family. Steve2 and I have been doing the shopping for my parents so they could stay home and away from people, since they are both immune-compromised. We'll sit on their lanai and talk to them about 15 feet apart through the screen door. We call it "Porch Parties". My brother had a car accident which caused a brain bleed which forced him to have brain surgery and spend a week in the hospital without family or friends. That was rough on all of us not to be able to be there for him. Thankfully, he's healing well.

On the homefront, it has been a nightmare. As you know, we were in the process of adopting a teenage daughter from the foster care system. It turns out they didn't fill us in on exactly all the issues she had. We had troubles with her from the moment she started school. We got called into school multiple times. Once because she brought a swiss army knife to school and took it out in class. We had issues with her lying... constantly. We had issues with boys and girls that were interested in her romantically. She faked a pregnancy to get a boy back after she broke up with him. We handled things with a firm but loving hand, letting her know that we were here for her, no matter what, but it didn't seem to matter because it was one drama after the next. When the Quarantine hit, and homeschool started, things got worse. Which didn't seem possible.

Steve2 was designated as "Work from Home" by his company, so he was there every day with her. She was purposefully failing at her school work, and that is hard, because they set it up so that the kids are pretty much guaranteed to pass this Spring since everything is so difficult. She began becoming a hypochondriac. She would start drama and attempt to start verbal fights. We didn't fall for it her tricks or manipulation. We hoped that with all the extra love an attention that it will help her, but it seemed to go the opposite way. Her therapists felt at a loss. Her medications were adjusted multiple times. She would call our families and lie to them to try to get sympathy for things she wasn't actually experiencing. We hired a new therapist that specialized in troubled kids from the foster care system. Any time that we felt we had a breakthrough, it lasted 2 days max till things went back to hell. We set up reward systems for appropriate behavior and doing her school work - with a thing that once she did 8 weeks of hitting the goal, we'd buy her a Switch Lite. We never got one week of hitting the goal. We felt at our wits' end. We asked all our parent friends for advice, but kept hearing that we're doing exactly what they would do. The specialists from the foster care program told us the same.

In mid-April, when I went MIA from here, things began getting worse. She was doing what she could to try to drive a wedge between Steve and I. Lying about each other to the other one. Then it all culminated when she cut herself over 100 times all over her body and ran away. Within 20 minutes of running away, police stopped by to let us know that she had been picked up and she was being taken to the hospital for a minimum 72 hour observation. When that happened, our custody of her was terminated. She ended up being hospitalized in a psychiatric facility for over two weeks. We know she's somewhere in the Tri-County area, but nothing definite.

This was a huge blow to us. Even though it had only been 6 months, she was our daughter. And through it all, we hoped to be able to help her. But in the end, she needed more help than we could provide.

We're only now just starting to heal from the loss and the trauma. I've been playing a lot of Animal Crossing, as it is a lovely peaceful escape. Work has been a way to get out. It hasn't been for Steve2, as he is still working from home, and being home reminds him of her. I know we'll get through this and come out strong on the other side, but in the interim, it's rough.
I'm really sorry to see you've had to deal with something like this right off the bat. That's really unfortunate. This might sound cruel, especially since you've invested so much time in doing the utmost for her, but maybe having her taken off your plate might have been for the best overall especially for the wellbeing of yourselves as well as your family and friends. It's not easy trying to help someone without hands-on knowledge of their past trauma, whatever it may be. Don't let this discourage you from trying again, but anyone would completely understand if you're both not ready to go at it again.
 

Aki

Well-Known Member
@sjmartin79 dude, that's fucking insane. i don't even know what to say to what you posted nor is it really my place to comment. however, i do wanna say that i think you handled the situation amicably. trying to restrain yourself when being provoked by someone who you know you can mess up in 2 sec flat is one of the hardest things to do. just imagine the legal downfall you would be facing right now had slapped her or something. anyway, if you guys do go down this road again, hopefully, you are given a child who is wanting of parents and a stable household.
 

sjmartin79

White Phoenix of the Crown
Good morning Wonderful TNE!

How are you all doing?
Well, it's been an interesting May. I can officially say that I'm healing and feeling so much better.
In addition, we got a dog. That has helped a lot. Steve2 has been wanting a dog for awhile, and the puppy has been good for both of us, and us for him. His name is Remy, named after Gambit from the X-Men. The unconditional love given by a dog is one of the most therapeutic things I've ever experienced.

What games are you guys playing these days? Beside Animal Crossing, I'm also playing Final Fantasy 14. Having a blast with that! I love doing the sidequests and helping out the people of the world. Steve2 is playing it as well, and he's diving headfirst into the dungeons and things. We definitely have different play styles. lol
 

mattavelle1

IT’S GOT A DEATH RAY!
Moderator
Good morning Wonderful TNE!

How are you all doing?
Well, it's been an interesting May. I can officially say that I'm healing and feeling so much better.
In addition, we got a dog. That has helped a lot. Steve2 has been wanting a dog for awhile, and the puppy has been good for both of us, and us for him. His name is Remy, named after Gambit from the X-Men. The unconditional love given by a dog is one of the most therapeutic things I've ever experienced.

What games are you guys playing these days? Beside Animal Crossing, I'm also playing Final Fantasy 14. Having a blast with that! I love doing the sidequests and helping out the people of the world. Steve2 is playing it as well, and he's diving headfirst into the dungeons and things. We definitely have different play styles. lol
I’ll answer these questions here in a bit. But my wife always ask who you are when you come online on my friends list cause your always playing AC.

She asked for that FC lol
 

Aki

Well-Known Member
man, what's going on in minnesota right now is crazy. it makes me concerned for the future of our country. what people don't realize is that there are deeper racial issues at play. many of the whites and blacks participating in the violence are so far removed from the civil rights era or weren't even around for it that you have to question the motives behind their actions. it's also making me really reconsider staying in new orleans. i love the city and the culture and the people who live here, but it is a predominantly black city where a lot of high ranking officials in city hall are black. however, the majority of the resources and properties are controlled by whites. meaning that if shit hits the fan down here, we know who is going to be targeted. it's fucked up that i have to have thoughts like these because police officers can't keep their shit together.
 

mattavelle1

IT’S GOT A DEATH RAY!
Moderator
Good morning Wonderful TNE!

How are you all doing?
Well, it's been an interesting May. I can officially say that I'm healing and feeling so much better.
In addition, we got a dog. That has helped a lot. Steve2 has been wanting a dog for awhile, and the puppy has been good for both of us, and us for him. His name is Remy, named after Gambit from the X-Men. The unconditional love given by a dog is one of the most therapeutic things I've ever experienced.

What games are you guys playing these days? Beside Animal Crossing, I'm also playing Final Fantasy 14. Having a blast with that! I love doing the sidequests and helping out the people of the world. Steve2 is playing it as well, and he's diving headfirst into the dungeons and things. We definitely have different play styles. lol
Really I found a handful of games that I love to play and here we are. I’m very much into Tetris99 / splatoon2 / Monster Hunter / rocket league. That keeps me busy and honestly it serves my gamin needs perfect right now.
 

Aki

Well-Known Member
Protests have started in Nola. Peaceful so far. Hopefully, nothing crazy happens. You never really hear of the police force down here messing with people so I'm hopeful. Also, I'm down with the protesters, but against the looters. Police are the no. 1 gang in America who have the privilege of policing themselves. And somehow it seems that they don't do mental health checks or psyche evals when hiring even though they are giving these psycho white supremacists a weapon and allowing them to use it as they see fit. And now those psycho white supremacists in the police force are abusing their power and protecting other psycho white supremacists like that crazy ass bitch in NYC who tried to call the cops on the black man. Acting all hysterical and stuff. She tried to falsely get a man arrested, wasted public resources by faking a cop call, completely pulled the white card all while not obeying park rules and pretty much strangling her dog. She got put on PAID leave. Meanwhile, black man who is trying to pan-handle outside of a gas station gets killed. USA, home of the legally armed psycho white supremacist weirdos .
 
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