After two straight nights of the worst (and possibly first) riots in my lifetime in our normally quiet downtown, Indianapolis will have its first ultra-strict curfew tonight.
My workplace downtown had its windows busted out, which is arguably minor since it's a skyscraper, but it sucks to see the damage photos.
The same (proportionately worse) happened to my local comic shop, as if they needed more headaches on top of their last three months' COVID hardships. Ditto for dozens of downtown restaurants. The CVS across the corner was set afire. I did see footage of three protestors hurriedly putting out some would-be arson at the breakfast joint down the block before it could really flare up, so that was a heartening glimmer of encouragement in an otherwise nightmarish Midwest weekend.
But at least we cured police brutality and millions of non-racists have pledged to go to police academy to replace the monsters who'll need to be weeded out, so that's pretty magical.