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part of a small rebellion | by maryann johanson

London photo: remember, remember the fifth of November


It’s Bonfire Night in the U.K. Which for most people means “fireworks.” Which can be purchased almost anywhere… such as in the local supermarket, so you can pick up some M80s and a gallon of milk for the kids.

(The idiots out behind my house, whom I have had to call the police on previously, were setting off an armory’s worth of fireworks earlier. The neighborhood appears to have avoided a raging wildfire, unless some brush is still smoldering only to burst into flames in the middle of the night.)

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  • bronxbee

    surprised you didn’t post photos or anything about all the Annonymous guy fawkes demonstrations in london and elsewhere in europe.

  • I wasn’t anywhere near the one in London. I ran out to the store around the corner last night, and that was scary enough. Too many amateur fireworks *everywhere.* I thought one was going to come in my window from the idiots in the house behind us.

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