That explains it. Thanks
Good luck at uni tho :D
Turns out the scooters are probably not street legal in Alabama.
Video of Officer Larry Heath doing the 'shoot' dance
From the story:
Birmingham's Ramsay High School paid tribute to Officer Larry Heath, a 28-year veteran of the Birmingham Police Department and a much-loved school resource officer for the past decade.
"We wanted to do something special for him,'' said Ramsay principal Cassandra Fells. "He is such an integral part of our family."
Heath last month was caught on video in an impromptu dance session with young city residents last month. The school resource officer stepped up on a city sidewalk and stepped out to rapper Blocboy JB's viral "shoot" dance.
He joined a community dance group called the Royal Diamond Dolls where they were practicing on a sidewalk in East Lake. "He just stopped and asked if he could dance with them,'' said assistant coach Jarquise Edwards. "He always does stuff like that and preaches positivity."
Heath taking time to stop and interact with the girls, she said, meant so much to her, the girls and the community at large. "It shows them they're here to help us,'' Edwards said.
Earlier this year, Health and a co-worker were shown on video dancing with students at Ramsay High School. Heath said at the time of that video that it's good for the public to see the relationship between the police and students, and between whites and blacks.
What has worked in other cities that have empty hospitals?
I'm guessing tearing down some or all of the buildings will occur.
Here's an article on this topic.
Useful, thank you.
The most obvious answer is haunted hospital attraction every October. Fuck, operate that bitch year round. All proceeds go to the mayors initiative to educate the community about ghosts and shit.
We'll mark this one down as 'Education initiative'