I'm back! Big thanks to Schuyler for keeping this blog going in my absence. Obviously, he was awesome. Many of you commented on his awesomeness. If you liked him, please remember to read A Ton of Bricks on a regular basis.
I returned home to Friendship Heights on Saturday evening. I was greeted by a copy of the most recent Northwest Current. I immediately noticed that Inspector Andy Solberg had been reinstated to his position as 2nd District Commander. Oh, joy. This, of course, after his insanely racist remarks. Since so many people stood up for Solberg and his crazy-ass statement that it's "not a racial thing to say that black people are unusual in Georgetown," I refuse to let this go. I will never let this go until everyone admits that what he said was wrong.
I'm not holding my breath.
Saturday night I ended up at Georgetown Billiards on Prospect Street. (I had a good time even though the jukebox stole a whopping nine credits from me.) I left at 1:30am. Before leaving, I took a head count. I found three black people in the bar. Since their presence was so unusual, I decided to call the police and report them as suspicious and potentially dangerous characters. It wasn't a racial thing at all. Just doing my civic duty. I'm sure Inspector Solberg would be proud.