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    Posted: 29 Oct 2018 at 4:54pm
Another shooting at a Fast Food Restaurant. This one in Birmingham Alabama McDonald's. Lately in Atlanta thy have shot up a Popeye's Chicken, Waffle House at least three times and I believe a Burger King. Then there were the shootings in the Drive Thru lanes. Remember when you could go out and eat in one of these places and not worry about this stuff? There seem to be a lot more crazies out there than there used to be. 
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I liken it to the Laws of Fluid Dynamics, which most of us here are familiar with. The pressure source is our own societal changes, and the pressure on the common person is increasing. As in Fluid Dynamics, the pressure must be relived or turned into "work". The apparent increase in shootings, for example, is (I believe) akin to leaks in the system. Small leaks may become large leaks and systems may fail unless pressure is relieved or used. 

My son and daughter-in-law both work full time jobs, opposite shifts. They have two small children. They're paying $1200 per month for a 2 bedroom 700 sq foot apartment and they can barely afford food and gas to get to work. ... and we live in an very "average" cost of living area. I am blessed to be very experienced in my field and making pretty good money, but i just don't know how young people can make it these days. 

I dont approve of these "social leaks" but I kind of understand why they're happening.

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