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I’m knocking wood, I’m knocking wood

I can’t believe I’m going to write about this but ultimately I think it is a good thing. It has been a really long time since I have heard gunshots. When I first moved in I could easily without exaggerating say that I heard gunshots at least once a month. You remember what they sound like, a distinct pop. But remember they were not the fireworks, once you hear the real sound you don’t mistake them for fireworks anymore. I feel like it has been ages since I last heard any. If you ever want to hear a really scary story ask me to tell you about the last time I heard any. At any rate I think this is great. Somebody is doing something right. I hope it holds through the Summer. Have you guys noticed a decrease in gunshots in the night? Is it a trend or just a lull? Now if we could just do something about that train…

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