sorry, I meant I don't live in Halifax!
It may sound harsh, as am usually for the underdog, but these "punks" have no respect for themselves or anything, anyone around them. They find their power in numbers and intimidation. Although it's true that Halifax may not have a lot to offer to young people, there are lots of places that don't and these areas aren't seeing swarmings out of boredom. The reality is, these kids don't know rules, nor do they want to. Many probably come from crackhouse parents who could cae less what their kids are up to. It's all sad..I can't imagine many of the young people I know being followers to these kinds of acts. Unfortunetly these individuals get a kick out of beating people up, it's a thrill for them. Sick but true...so how to solve the problem? I don't live in Abu Dhabi but have family members who do. Can't imagine what i'd be feeling if they were victims of these swarmings. I get so angry when I hear about the swarmings and I don't know the victims...i wonder, where are the police? Why aren't they preventing these heinous acts? But the bigger question is, "How can anyone find enjoyment in beating the crap out of someone, whether they be male or female", sick puppies indeed.
Food was certainly nothing special. I love Indian food,..I thought the food was bland, and not much too it at all...Taj is much better, lack of Indian restaurants in Halifax for sure...i know my Indian food though and this isn't worth it!
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