(nor much expectation for there to be)?
You would probably be utterly amazed at where people will keep their stash. It most likely wasn't the case here, as the Wii still worked.
"it involves typing with your thumbs, which I just don't approve of. Shit, I don't know about you, but I don't have time to read nothin' that a motherfucker typed with his thumbs. Fun fact: Nothing typed by someone's thumbs has ever been important." -- The Boondocks, "Let's Nab Oprah"
Many of my old comrades cannot watch war-related movies or watch/play FPS video games like COD, GRAW, etc.
May not be PTSD. I can't watch or play them because something really simple gets jacked up, e.g. uniforms, or the sound is off. (An AK-47 does NOT sound like an M16.)
I'm surprised it's taken this long for the VA to figure this out.
As a vet and recovering addict, I would have thought you'd be more familiar with the VA than that.
Those doors are not a strong a people would think. I've seen them break from getting torqued funny while closing.
I know ghetto gates don't look inviting, but would have prevented this or made them work harder. I bet they had inside help though...
Cell phones in shanty towns do exist now. In fact, there is a company in Kenya marketing ones that can be recharged by solar power. And even in the third world, EVERYONE has bad ass cell phones. Maybe not shoes, running water or electricity, but they have that.
And they do prefer animals for precisely that reason; gas is expensive, grass is everywhere.
Sometimes, weird developments actually occur in the real world, so why not in imaginary one?
I judge a religion as being good or bad based on whether its adherents become better people as a result of practicing it. - Joe Mullally, computer salesman