So Awesome and great Job Duffy Brothers. Series had me captivated and so sad now that it is over cause it was so great. The characters were well developed and everyone of the actors did an amazing job. Please keep it up cause you won me over as a new fan. I was born and Raised in The Bull city and us Durhmites never say die like the Goonies. That mentality bleed through the characters and now that I know Durham had an effect into the mind frame of the writers as they created this show. As a fellow Durhmite artist, it makes me proud to see other Durhmites and their Art flourishing, and doing a great job at it.
Are we allowed to move the bike across the street and then in 30 days move it to the other side of the street? That way every 30 days someone is taking ownership. Josh was one of my Chosen Brothers and was hit on the way home from work by an old man who ran a red-light without seeing him coming on his scooter. He flew about 100 yards and was said to have died on impact. He was less than a mile from his home and no charges were brought against the Driver since he was elderly. Then this elderly man has the audacity to ask his family where to send Flowers!!!!! He should have to place Flowers and maintain the memorial to remind himself everyday that he ended someones life. My friend and Brother will never get to take another breath or enjoy the Joy of another Day of LIFE!!!!! I Have many Friends that have passed and their families keep Crosses up at some of the accident locations where their soul spent its last dying breath and No one is complaint that crosses are Eye sores. If they take these bikes down, then every cross in the county of Durham along 85 and 40 and other roads ion the country should be taken up also. Then when all of Durham is upset about their freedom to place a religious symbol at the location of their dead relatives. We can all march down and be spat on in the face of the Police who should be finding out why dead bodies keep popping up or why people are disappearing or being Raped. I know somewhere Durham, their is a person being robbed or smoking crack or plotting to do something far worse than honor their lost family members Memory.
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