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  1. Cry me a River.

    I mean, I get it… it pisses me off seeing videos of homes abandoned for 100 years and are stuck in time… it’s such a beautiful yet simultaneously melancholy feeling watching someone that cares go through the place. Taking extra care to not disturb anything. Only to go to the next room and have some timeless chandelier torn to pieces and framed photos of generations of family long since passed who all had such joy and happiness in this building, also such pain and grief.. the energy embedded in the walls, in… in everything… only to then notice that someone drew DICKS with BIG HAIRY BAWLZZZ all flowing into Reginald McKinney the IV Esq’s 👄 with lines darting past the incoming penises to emphasize the speed and ferocity in which they enclose on Reginald’s tender lips…

    People fucking suck.

    I take it back, apologies for cry me a River. You Sir own it and doggonit let the world know!!! Who am I to judge? Maybe he clapped his first cheeks outside of that Annie Mae’s Pretzels. Or maybe he got HIS cheeks clapped for the first time ever under the front counter at Orange Julius. It’s 2023, I’m not here to judge. A core memory is a core memory no matter who’s clapping who’s cheeks!

    Happy Independence Day!

  2. Maybe California is just different, but I've never seen an abandoned Mall here at all. They would tear it down and build something else if it was going to go out of business. But truthfully, our malls are still full of people. So IDK

  3. Brodie : Listen, not a year goes by, not a year, that I don't hear about some escalator accident involving some bastard kid which could have easily been avoided had some parent – I don't care which one – but some parent conditioned him to fear and respect that escalator.

  4. This dude has autism, talking about a mall like it's a cathedral that deserves respect.

    It's property the owners don't even consider worth protecting, who cares if someone spraypaints in a mall that will eventually be demolished?

  5. Malls destroyed the downtown areas of many towns and cities, now the internet has killed the malls. It'll be interesting to see what shitty corporate facility the next generation of kids gets upset about losing. (Probs reddit 😂)

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