Waterloo Road, 1911
Looking south from between 2nd and 3rd Avenue, towards street car line on 4th Avenue
Source: James Luke Quiney, City of Vancouver Archives #7-32
incredible. hardly 100 years ago my job area was a fucking swamp for british lads and ladies to stomp around on boardwalks over
"To love is to recognize yourself in another."
`Kill the fuckers,’ she said, her eyes dull with rage and the still heat of the room, `burn ‘em.
hat red - has video game gone to far???
Impressive would-be plot twist:
Starting at the very beginning, you can get through the ENTIRE game without pulling the trigger once. Every level. All the way to the end. The cops don’t come until someone dies. The civilians are unreactive until someone dies. The game is social satire: “Anyone can, with the right mindset go nuts. And anyone who can resist the temptation to go nuts can lead a normal life.”
Remember I said this when the game comes out, and its weeks later before someone “figures out” that you don’t NEED to kill anyone. This game doesn’t turn you into a monster, it shows you that you’re already one with a little melodramatic prompting.