"And so am I, very dangerous: more dangerous than anything you will ever meet, unless you are brought alive before the seat of the Dark Lord.OK, I'm not going again to Baltimore without a flamethrower, grenades, and a rocket launcher.
Hi Baltimore? How do you feel now?
It's mostly why I skip LA. I don't need anything on Rodeo drive. Neither does anybody else except a poor southern boy who needs a visa from the French consulate there.
As a student of civilization it was interesting, watching all the video and observing the negligible differences between civil and the other.
"Going to an Orioles game?" Here's a broad sword. You might need it to fight your way out of Camden Yard to your car. Thank you for coming to Baltimore, you loser!"
The Mayor of Baltimore announced that people needed a place to go all uncivilized and act like apes.
I'm not convinced.
Yesterday on NPR I heard the mayor of that city telling us that her thugs needed a place to play pack animal and burn down the city and that her plan was to let them.Delete
It is worth note that it was ALWAYS a bad idea to drive into a city to see a sporting event. Those events have been a major draw for crimes and criminals for decades. if you are from the suburbs, you dramatically increase your risks by attending any event in the city, especially a major spoting event.ReplyDelete
I know where you are speaking from. [I really don't actually, it's an expression]. When my folks lived in Detroit, we would drive deep into that town to leave our car and journey on foot into Tiger Stadium. It was good. My folks now live in DC and we would journey deep into town to see the Redskins play or the Nats.Delete
We took the Metro.
That said, I have no plans to ever return to the Inner Harbor in Baltimore, nice though that Barnes and Noble is....