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Someone got shot in the leg five times on "the corner" down the block last night. Come on, people.

 

Still, five shots in the same leg? That's pretty good shootin'.

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Someone got shot in the leg five times on "the corner" down the block last night. Come on, people.

 

Still, five shots in the same leg? That's pretty good shootin'.

chuck heston would be proud

 

It was not something to be proud of. Especially since the whole block (me included) was standing on their front stoops "spectating" in the way that we city residents do. My mother would hide her head in fear and shame.

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Someone got shot in the leg five times on "the corner" down the block last night. Come on, people.

 

Still, five shots in the same leg? That's pretty good shootin'.

chuck heston would be proud

 

It was not something to be proud of. Especially since the whole block (me included) was standing on their front stoops "spectating" in the way that we city residents do. My mother would hide her head in fear and shame.

 

I'm assuming the scare quotes around "the corner" are well deserved.

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Someone got shot in the leg five times on "the corner" down the block last night. Come on, people.

 

Still, five shots in the same leg? That's pretty good shootin'.

chuck heston would be proud

 

It was not something to be proud of. Especially since the whole block (me included) was standing on their front stoops "spectating" in the way that we city residents do. My mother would hide her head in fear and shame.

 

I'm assuming the scare quotes around "the corner" are well deserved.

 

Religious elementary school by day. Something entirely different by night (well, after class is dismissed :lol: )

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Someone got shot in the leg five times on "the corner" down the block last night. Come on, people.

 

Still, five shots in the same leg? That's pretty good shootin'.

chuck heston would be proud

 

It was not something to be proud of. Especially since the whole block (me included) was standing on their front stoops "spectating" in the way that we city residents do. My mother would hide her head in fear and shame.

sometimes you just want to know what's up in the 'hood, the stoop is the best most traditional vantage point. you are always allowed to watch whatever you want from your own stoop

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Someone got shot in the leg five times on "the corner" down the block last night. Come on, people.

 

Still, five shots in the same leg? That's pretty good shootin'.

chuck heston would be proud

 

Five shots with no center body mass hits? That's totally lame, no pun intended.

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Someone got shot in the leg five times on "the corner" down the block last night. Come on, people.

 

Still, five shots in the same leg? That's pretty good shootin'.

chuck heston would be proud

 

Five shots with no center body mass hits? That's totally lame, no pun intended.

 

Well, I was going to recite the "two to the body, one to the head" drill, but then I couldn't figure out if it was the aim or the shooting itself that was the problem.

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you show up with the cutlet and say that you don't have a sitter

I wonder if mongo gets off by showing up with his "cutlet" & claiming not to have a sitar.

mongo has a radish not a cutlet

I wasn't sure whether radish or bhaji etc., I'm really not that well acquainted with the mongos.

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