Jacob: The loneliness… sometimes it weighs on me like a blanket made out of tar, or rubber or something. I don’t know how to push it off. When I’m working it’s not so bad, especially when there’s a crisis. Then I get off work and everybody else has some place to go, it makes me angry… it makes me really pissed. I dunno what I’m sayin’ all this for.
France: I feel like that sometimes, everybody does.
Man: Go on Jacob… what do you do when you get angry?
Jacob: I walk it, or I drive it… sometimes I walk it, sometimes I drive it.
France: Walk it?
Jacob: I don’t have anybody to talk to, I ain’t got family.
France: We’re family for you.
Jacob: This group?
France: We’re here for you.
Jacob: Yeah? When? 2 O’clock in the morning when I’m ridin’ the streets, you here then? I haven’t seen you. Ya know what I do sometimes, I walk through the supermarket at 2 or 3 o’clock in the morning just to see somebody’s face.
I haven’t seen you there France Wallis…