|Where's the GRUB, Bob?|
(yes, from the footage, it appeared to be in a preominantly BLACK neighborhood)
Here's the lowdown (with video):
*** Here's proof that either SOME people like to "get an early start" to their day...OR they NEVER sleep.
The BP station on N. Clinton at Coliseum was robbed this morning around 0445 hrs.
Here's the story:
A K-9 unit was dispatched, but was unable to track the robbers.
Police did not provide any suspect descriptions, as investigators were still on scene.
Any bets as to the ethnicity of these jerkoffs?
-- A little later, a Marathon station was also robbed around 0650 hrs out by Lima Rd.
-- Radio chatter states the perps were two male BLACKS, about 5.5", (one being slightly shorter) wearing all dark clothing, with one perp having the drawstring of his hoodie pulled tight around his face.
Possible getaway vehicle was a dark-colored Cherokee.
A black REVOLVER may have been the piece used in the robbery.
Can't be THAT much of a coincidence...can it?
I'd say both robberies = same pair of thugs.
*** Lastly today, between yesterday's stats about blacks in Indiana (and yes, that includes Fort Wayne), and the nature of the types of behavior we're seeing exhibited by some in their community, it's not just becoming a dangerous place for THEM to live...
Everywhere THESE perps go, it becomes dangerous for OTHERS...of every race.
And when the blacks begin to be displaced by the increasing number of Hispanics, then it will become a dangerous place for the Latinos to live.
That's been happening in the Socialist Republik of Kalifornia for YEARS...blacks and Hispanics going at one another.
Thing is, you pay attention to human nature LONG enough, and you can spot tell-tale signs for bad behavior and criminal intent a mile away.
And life is much about us being observers, after a fashion...
Many of us learn a lot JUST by watching.
Yet, even watching has it's own limits.
We cannot just be content to ONLY watch...and never act, unless we derive some perverse pleasure in societal voyeurism.
There comes a time when men and women of good conscience cannot sit idly by while action is required.
That goes for the officer that disarmed the shooter in Atlanta...or the passengers of Flight 93 back on 9/11 over a decade ago.
Our actions (or inaction) will dictate what happens around us...that's a fact.
But, our actions don't always have to be so overt. Many times, it's all the small things we CAN do that accumulate and add up to produce a lasting effect for the better. Conversely, inaction ALSO adds up over time,and allows evil to propagate just as readily.
Every day IS indeed, a new beginning, and as good a time as any to motivate ourselves to action of SOME kind.
So much depends on it...as do so many.
Have yourselves a good weekend and be sure to see what Punxatawney Phil has in store for winter (and us) tomorrow.
Stay SAFE out there, America.