A shot rang out.
It was about 7:30 p.m. last night. I said to Amy that sounded like a gunshot, she said, nah, I grew up in Montana around guns, that wasn’t a gunshot.
Ten minutes later we got an e-mail from the townhouse next door, saying a bullet had ripped through their walls.
We’ve lived beside these bogans for three years, but they’re getting worse.
The street was in lockdown, cops were negotiating with people inside the house, I was told to stay with Sorenne.
Talking to the two police officers this morning following up on the shooting – and this isn’t the U.S., they take such things seriously here – I said isn’t that house a drain on your resources. Don’t you have better things to do?
It’s the same with raw milk, anti-vaxxers and whatever else is out there: It’s a huge drain on public resources that could be better spent elsewhere.