Thank u @tiwaztyrsfist for context HSJDKFKGL
Oh my god, the story’s real?
i love how OP describes something straight out of Stephen King, and a bunch of people are like “yeah it’s one of them fake CIA towns”, like it’s just one of those things everyone but the OP knows about
update: i started telling this story to my military brat husband, and he was like “oh like one of those fake special forces training towns?” ok are OP and I the only ones out of the loop??
apparently the FBI has a non-secret one of these: https://www.fbi.gov/services/training-academy/hogans-alley
OP be like
This is so much funnier from the POV of the staff
“Sir, can’t I just show him my ID and tell him to leave?”
“No, we can still salvage this. Put on the McDonald’s uniform.”
you know it’s time to go to bed when the existential crisis strolls in
if it’s the middle of the night and you suddenly hate yourself because you don’t read enough or your job sucks or you’re single or gender continues to happen or you gained weight or whatever is knocking on your… brain door? at ass o'clock at night, that is your brain saying it’s time to go the fuck to sleep, the crisis can come back during business hours
death the kid is such a… weird character. i cant think of another character like him because he’s so weird. like, he’s the son of the grim reaper with horrible ocd and perfectionism issues and also he dresses like a preppy goth in full tuxedo but he also rides a skateboard named beelzebub and does cool tricks on it whenever presented the opportunity also he has guns. none of those character traits sound like they belong to the same person. hes somehow both the coolest and lamest character in the show.
he hold gun like this
those guns are two women
and those women are cowgirls from Brooklyn
i know people complain about the “heavy violence set to an upbeat tune” trope being over done in media but my guy, i eat that shit UP. the utter joy that i experienced watching the iconic coffee shop scene, five taking out all those men set to “istanbul not constantinople” was s t e l l a r
I also enjoy the “violent action scene pauses while the protagonists escape into an elevator and have to wait awkwardly to elevator music for a bit, before the doors open and violence/action music immediately resumes” trope.