The 9 mm celebrations around here started a couple of minutes before midnight and didn't stop until about 10 after or so. Just after midnight for a few minutes or so it sounded like a war zone.
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It was never this bad until this year. The hood here has changed a lot over the 14 years I've lived in this house. In the past few years there's been some 9 mm fireworks, but this year was insane. The police used the media to let the young wanna' be's know they'd be watching the East and South ends this year where it historically has been the worst.
So they all moved it up to the North end it seems.
About as excited as it gets. No gunshots here. When I lived in Dodge, it could be noisy at New year. I lived In the "international" district. My TV room and computer was in the basement with no windows of a brick house. Not too much chance of an errant round
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