It's the convenience of living in Zimbabwe brought to your front door. Exactly like the third world except with better street wiring. There's a reason those places look and smell the way they do and it isn't something in the local soil.
These aren't even crimes according to the guffamint.
Yo, waiting in line to buy food is like ... complicated and whatnot and what habb you. Somehow it just gotta end in death and maiming cuz' I be habbin' a short fuse. If I don't get Mickey Dee's in a timely fashion, I find I must break the sixth commandment. I just can't hep myseff.
Not really a human place anymore. Needs a reservation fence run around it with peepholes for humans to observe the wildlife inside. HYAR BE DRAGONES.
As Vault-Co has always said, this is only going to get worse by the hour. It's never going to get better from here on in. The dreaming part is over, the nightmare is beginning. The West is going to experience the horrific shock of realizing every single paradigm they have been trained to believe about the world around them is utterly wrong. They will have a moment to understand all their mistakes and then time to appreciate just what they destroyed in their generation. It makes the worst Stephen King story you ever read pale in comparison. It's cosmic horror.
Pay attention to just how hard the mass media works to sweep this sort of thing under the rug. This is why they hate the internet. Too many holes in the dike to plug.
P.S. I was watching the movie THE BOX tonight on cable (by the director of DONNIE DARKO) while I was programming and I had this strange feeling that the film had parallels in everything that has happened to the United States since I was born. A stranger shows up with an offer that seems too good to be true. Despite their instincts telling them not to do it, the protagonists push the button in the box. From this one simple act, something so horrible it boggles human comprehension results. All because they were seduced by the offer of the stranger even though they could sense the evil. Everything that has happened since 1963 in America seems somehow similar. The horror of what results from buying some snakeoil from a stranger who preys on their weakness, their vanity and their greed. The United States wishes they could take it all back ... but it's too late. "If you didn't want anyone to get hurt, why did you press the button?" They believed someone else's neighborhood would get enriched. Somebody they didn't know. It turned out it was their neighborhood, their wives, their children that would get enriched.