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May 31, 2020

I'd like to apologize in advance for being morose or sadistic for sharing this with you. While it is great to see everyone pitching in where they can to help rebuild, and while I hope movements will gatekeep their protests in the future, I, ever the balance guy, could not help think of the small businesses in LA in 1992, specifically that there was no Gofundme to help those people. No outpouring of resources, public or private. All you had left was your grit and what remained of your pride.

Like a masochist, I watched a few news clips. Perhaps you remember the man in the yellow shirt with his hammer: "I tried to make it." In another clip, the owner is standing at the front door with people going in and out: "At this point I don't think anyone knows what they're after." In the other, the restaurant owner comes in to the aftermath, with a few stragglers. He interacts with them: "You do black people like we ain't shit....You knew, you didn't care." Unpleasant, anti-social thoughts went...

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November 28, 2020
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Camp is torn down. Finally net with success.

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