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Will urban areas ever be truly family friendly
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Bigotry isn't what caused my company to outlaw services in some parts of some cities that shall remain nameless. It was the loss of life and equipment that did.

Compton also has this issue, so instead of fixing the issue, they renamed themselves to Rancho Dominguez.


I remember when Domino's stopped delivery in certain areas.

After three delivery men were killed in less than a week for the <$20 in change they carried.



Really sick people that will kill for so little.
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I remember similar comments being made about the Warsaw ghetto by another party.


Difference is, that ghetto was populated by a working peoples who strive and shaped their neighborhoods into wonderful places to live. They were educated, cultured people who did not turn their homes and locations into warzones ridden with crime, misery, poverty, no education, violence and drugs.

The people who populate the ghettos of America? Not so much; no, they'd rather spend their time taking part in drive by shootings, conversing in the latest "urban speech", raising their kids in fatherless homes, selling drugs, dropping out of school and popping out a dozen kids to unwed moms to ensure the continuation of the cycle.

By all means, please relocate yourself to the South Bronx, or "hood" Atlanta, or Detroit or some other place since you apparently feel these ghetto people of America are honorable folks and we, the ones who are against such nonsense, are vile, depraved and racist folks for pointing out all their problems.

You talk the talk, let's see you actually walk the walk.

Or are you just going to remain a social justice warrior who preaches equality, but never would want to live in aforementioned areas and get to know these types of hood rats?


So now they're animals? Yup, I heard that from the same people that spoke in a similar context about the Warsaw ghetto. You've already made it clear what you're all about.You substitute your hate for any rational argument.Nothing more to be said.
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Posted 9/3/15

pirththee wrote:


teallerina wrote:


pirththee wrote:

I remember similar comments being made about the Warsaw ghetto by another party.


Difference is, that ghetto was populated by a working peoples who strive and shaped their neighborhoods into wonderful places to live. They were educated, cultured people who did not turn their homes and locations into warzones ridden with crime, misery, poverty, no education, violence and drugs.

The people who populate the ghettos of America? Not so much; no, they'd rather spend their time taking part in drive by shootings, conversing in the latest "urban speech", raising their kids in fatherless homes, selling drugs, dropping out of school and popping out a dozen kids to unwed moms to ensure the continuation of the cycle.

By all means, please relocate yourself to the South Bronx, or "hood" Atlanta, or Detroit or some other place since you apparently feel these ghetto people of America are honorable folks and we, the ones who are against such nonsense, are vile, depraved and racist folks for pointing out all their problems.

You talk the talk, let's see you actually walk the walk.

Or are you just going to remain a social justice warrior who preaches equality, but never would want to live in aforementioned areas and get to know these types of hood rats?


So now they're animals? Yup, I heard that from the same people that spoke in a similar context about the Warsaw ghetto. You've already made it clear what you're all about.You substitute your hate for any rational argument.Nothing more to be said.


Get out of your upper class white liberal suburban bubble. Move into one of those hoods. Just tell them I have white guilt and I vote democrat so that means you can't touch me.
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Get out of your upper class white liberal suburban bubble. Move into one of those hoods. Just tell them I have white guilt and I vote democrat so that means you can't touch me.


LOL I love the faux news stereotypes.You never seem to tire of defining people by race.I wonder why that is?Coincidence? Or are you desperately trying to revive a thread that has deteriorated into nothing but hate to amuse yourself so early in the morning.Time for a new topic.I know try the lessons learned or not learned from Apartheid in South Africa,or whether the US should bring back Jim Crow laws.That'll curl the toes of some on here and good for a few laughs right..Creating outrage is all too easy in those that need to consume it in order to justify their fear and hate.
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LOL I love the faux news stereotypes.You never seem to tire of defining people by race.I wonder why that is?Coincidence? Or are you desperately trying to revive a thread that has deteriorated into nothing but hate to amuse yourself so early in the morning.Time for a new topic.I know try the lessons learned or not learned from Apartheid in South Africa,or whether the US should bring back Jim Crow laws.That'll curl the toes of some on here and good for a few laughs right..Creating outrage is all too easy in those that need to consume it in order to justify their fear and hate.


Funny how when apartheid in South Africa ended the country began a quick descent into becoming a third world hell hole. Say what you will about the European imperialists but in many cases when they ran a country it was better off than when the natives took over.
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Funny how when apartheid in South Africa ended the country began a quick descent into becoming a third world hell hole. Say what you will about the European imperialists but in many cases when they ran a country it was better off than when the natives took over.


Much the same could be said for the Philippines since they cease being a US territory. The economy is horrible and corruption rampant.

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biscuitnote wrote:
Funny how when apartheid in South Africa ended the country began a quick descent into becoming a third world hell hole. Say what you will about the European imperialists but in many cases when they ran a country it was better off than when the natives took over.


Much the same could be said for the Philippines since they cease being a US territory. The economy is horrible and corruption rampant.



I consider the Philippines to be the mexico of Asia.
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Dariamus wrote:


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Funny how when apartheid in South Africa ended the country began a quick descent into becoming a third world hell hole. Say what you will about the European imperialists but in many cases when they ran a country it was better off than when the natives took over.


Much the same could be said for the Philippines since they cease being a US territory. The economy is horrible and corruption rampant.



I consider the Philippines to be the mexico of Asia.

Close enough.

I've been to both, enjoyed both, would not want to live in either.

Posted 9/3/15
I live in a very urban area that is very family friendly. And it's an immigrant neighborhood.


We must be crazy.
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I live in a very urban area that is very family friendly. And it's an immigrant neighborhood.


We must be crazy.


Legal immigrants tend to follow the laws and would make great neighbors. Illegal immigrants on the other hand...
Posted 9/3/15

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AiYumega wrote:

I live in a very urban area that is very family friendly. And it's an immigrant neighborhood.


We must be crazy.


Legal immigrants tend to follow the laws and would make great neighbors. Illegal immigrants on the other hand...


Thing is how do I know if they're legal or not? In NYC you can't discriminate against a person seeking living places, so even if they are illegal they have the right to live there.

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biscuitnote wrote:


AiYumega wrote:

I live in a very urban area that is very family friendly. And it's an immigrant neighborhood.


We must be crazy.


Legal immigrants tend to follow the laws and would make great neighbors. Illegal immigrants on the other hand...


Thing is how do I know if they're legal or not? In NYC you can't discriminate against a person seeking living places, so even if they are illegal they have the right to live there.



It should be standard operating procedure for landlords to screen peoples citizenship.
Posted 9/3/15

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It should be standard operating procedure for landlords to screen peoples citizenship.


Bigger cities, and areas where a lot of immigrants live, this doesn't happen. We already have a massive homeless population as is.
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Thing is how do I know if they're legal or not? In NYC you can't discriminate against a person seeking living places, so even if they are illegal they have the right to live there.



And of course there is never ever one single law broken in NYC, it's the land of perfection.
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biscuitnote wrote:

It should be standard operating procedure for landlords to screen peoples citizenship.


Bigger cities, and areas where a lot of immigrants live, this doesn't happen. We already have a massive homeless population as is.


I think we should put the homeless in labor camps
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