Well, if you are one of the few people left in this country (or the world) who still wonder why someone might be motivated to smash the windows of of a bank like Wells Fargo:
Regarding the comment about these attacks being a threat to the community, that's a bit dramatic, don't you think? I spoke with my landlord today, who owns commercial properties on Hawthorne, right by the banks that were hit. She is the epitome of the small timey person who has climbed up from nothing through hard work and smart decisions. The kind of person that the people against these attacks are apparently so worried about. You will be happy to know that she feels perfectly safe and happy, and completely non-threatened by the events of last night.
In Berlin, they do something like this every year for May Day. Who knows, maybe it will catch on here? Blabby, if you don't like the weirdness, there is a great city a few hours north of here called Seattle, its like Portland, but the weirdness is much more controlled. Though I suspect that, like most of the "weird isn't working" crowd, you secretly enjoy living in a city where the standards for being considered a "responsible adult" are low enough that you make the cut.
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