Yup it was ALOT of fireworks, coming from every direction. I believe it would rival Albany's show. Seriously it was like the "grand finale" but went on for quite some time. I was just alittle concerned about how dry it is out, the grass in the park looks and smells like hay The same families put them on, can't imagine how much money was spent but it was beautiful : )
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Wow, I drove down state st. last night at 9:30 and I have never seen anything like it! Large and frequent blasts in all directions. Pretty crazy how these people live in low income areas, but have the dough to put on an awesome fireworks show. Seems law enforcement is overwhelmed by it, and I'm ok with that.
When I travel to other state where it is legal I partake casually in bottle rockets and what not if I'm there around the 4th. I don't mess with firecrackers much anymore because I no longer get amused by fireworks that much. I also like to be in compliance with the law here since I am not in the majority party which means I have a bullseye on me. This is the new Nazi land. I have seen some great displays and Albany is not one of them, and anything some neighbor can do with 200 bucks worth of stuff aint that impressive to me. Maybe I am jaded.
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