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Blicky Te⚡️la

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  1. Sigh...okay. There was no thinking at all about what you typed, one doesn’t need to rethink when you quote someone verbatim. Besides how many different ways are there to interpret the phrase “exercising your need to inject political views”? Seems pretty straightforward to me. And if I’m reading correctly(please correct me if I’m wrong), it seems as though you also: a) think protesting if fine so long as it’s not at the “expense” of your employer. b) feel that 2 wrongs don’t make a right. And just because people are angry about systemic racism, and a history of police brutality does not mean they need to protest/break/loot aka “delinquent behavior” We are standing on stolen land. Everything we got here was done through these means. Including building it up (literally and figuratively) on the backs on other human beings based on their skin color). Im from Boston...where a group of pissed off locals broke into someone else’s property, destroyed all their belongings and dumped it all into the Atlantic Ocean. They had enough of being treated second class and with those actions started a revolution. It was called the Boston Tea Party. It wasn’t just about the tea alone, it was about ALL of the things “Mother England” charged them for. Now, of course I am unaware if these thugs...oops, I mean “patriots” were on the clock but fair to say....they simply had enough. These kinds of things are always messy. And there sometimes needs to be collateral damage in order to get true change, as our country has modeled for us over its history. Given all of that, What is this obsession people have with “peaceful” protests and shaming vandalism/looting? We gave America our most non-violent and peaceful man. Reverend. Doctor. We held hands, smiled and prayed. We sang church songs, marched and held signs................ What did he get for his efforts you ask? They shot him dead on a balcony like a dog, gave him a Holliday and repeat the same tired 15 seconds of ONE of his many speeches. The 15 seconds that makes them feel the most comfortable and least culpable. So, yeah...in the grand scheme of things...fcuk a random azz Target or Autozone.🔥🏦🔥
  2. “Why break things? that won’t get your message across and alienates people...as well as potential allies” “Why poor behavior, take the high road” “Just find a way to silently and peacefully protest police brutality”
  3. Here here. I’d be set if they made these for elbows
  4. Almost wish I never read this thread...yet aNOTHEr thing to worry about with this beloved hobby/lifestyle 😝
  5. Now that I think of it an Esk8 would also give me to bring an E-toy with me on the plane. Since several have removable lithium batteries that comply...
  6. Hmm. That’s a thought. I suppose part of my problem is that I have a huge EUC ( KS18XL) and live in a 3rd floor apartment. I figured an esk8 would be easier to just grab and go
  7. I’ve found my self wanting a casual but fun PEV as an alternative to my EUC. There have been times I wanted to just make a quick trip to the pharmacy or package store but without getting completely geared up like I do for my EUC. ive been eyeballing one of those off-road looking E boards to serve this purpose Do any of you have an alternative PEV? And how/when do you use it?
  8. Dude, this is 🔥🔥🔥🔥
  9. When I hang my toes, slowing down and stopping feels challenging if not dangerous.
  10. This is great guys. About to grab an extra SD from amazon and see that they have bundles with usb reader.Necessary ?
  11. Good information. Thanks for the thoughtful reply AND encouragement. I did take advantage of the discount and insurance only I grabbed the 3-way and not the short one.
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