Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by SouljahGirl » April 20th, 2009, 3:58 pm

razbojnik wrote:It's worth it while you're young because chances are by the age of 30, you'll either be dead or in jail.

While you're young, you'll fu-- all the hoes you want and catch AIDS in the process, and make a couple of hundred bucks a day selling crack on the street.
If you don't STOP it... You know that people don't like to hear the truth... Behave yourself.haha!!

Hello Sir, I hope that all is well

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by razbojnik » April 21st, 2009, 2:01 pm

SouljahGirl wrote:
razbojnik wrote:It's worth it while you're young because chances are by the age of 30, you'll either be dead or in jail.

While you're young, you'll fu-- all the hoes you want and catch AIDS in the process, and make a couple of hundred bucks a day selling crack on the street.
If you don't STOP it... You know that people don't like to hear the truth... Behave yourself.haha!!

Hello Sir, I hope that all is well
All is well and will get better.

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by SouljahGirl » April 21st, 2009, 4:56 pm

razbojnik wrote:
SouljahGirl wrote:
razbojnik wrote:It's worth it while you're young because chances are by the age of 30, you'll either be dead or in jail.

While you're young, you'll fu-- all the hoes you want and catch AIDS in the process, and make a couple of hundred bucks a day selling crack on the street.
If you don't STOP it... You know that people don't like to hear the truth... Behave yourself.haha!!

Hello Sir, I hope that all is well
All is well and will get better.
Yes it will Sir.. Yes it will

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by razbojnik » April 22nd, 2009, 2:48 pm

SouljahGirl wrote:Yes it will Sir.. Yes it will
No, it won't. :( As long as people remain stupid, like this moron over here...

Bulgaria sentenced Macedonian citizen for attempted entrance without visa



3 April 2009 | 22:44 | FOCUS News Agency



Blagoevgrad. The District Court in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, sentenced a Macedonian citizen to one year in prison for attempting to enter Bulgaria without previously obtained visa, Macedonian Makfax informed.
The imprisoned Macedonian - identified as Tose Georgievski (21) from Stip - applied and was admitted at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Sofia.
He submitted the necessary documents for exiting the country, however, seeking to appear at the Bulgarian Faculty within the deadlines for enrollment, he didn't wait for approval from competent authorities, his lawyer Dimitrina Haramliska told local media.
According to the court, Georgievski entered illegally into Bulgaria from Macedonia on two occasions.
Prior to the Blagoevgrad court's sentence, a judge of court in Petric had annulled the charges against Georgievski, explaining that the case had minor significance. However, the Blagoevgrad Prosecution Office appealed the verdict, which was followed by the imprisonment verdict.

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by SouljahGirl » April 22nd, 2009, 3:28 pm

You know better than I do!

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by FelonOne » May 12th, 2009, 1:26 am

Yes they can...anyone who i think can make a gang and bang in a high class place...itz jus dependz if homiez are done enough to risk jail time or death of one or another...

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by razbojnik » May 17th, 2009, 4:11 pm

FelonOne wrote:Yes they can...anyone who i think can make a gang and bang in a high class place...itz jus dependz if homiez are done enough to risk jail time or death of one or another...
This is why the typical thug here is a member of an organized crime network and the typical thug there is a crips/bloods etc. high schooler, because West = stupid compared to here.

I've yet to see street gangs here. Street gangs exist...but they keep on the down low, and they're usually a bunch of mentally fucked up kids doing heroin and spazzing out in some feces and piss infested underground tunnel..

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by FelonOne » May 28th, 2009, 6:53 pm

there was on epost where somebody said, it doesnt matter what place you live in...as long as you down for your hood, homiez , and the lifestyle.

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by Dobre » May 30th, 2009, 6:14 pm

FelonOne wrote:there was on epost where somebody said, it doesnt matter what place you live in...as long as you down for your hood, homiez , and the lifestyle.
Yeah sure that works here that's why instead of youth being involved in gangs youth is involved in organized crime.

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by Dobre » May 30th, 2009, 6:15 pm

Honestly we laugh at anyone wearing baggy clothing.

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by Azure9920 » May 30th, 2009, 8:28 pm

Dobre wrote:Honestly we laugh at anyone wearing baggy clothing.
I laugh at you thinking 12 year old, overweight Macedonian retards are involved in Organized Crime to any extent.

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by FelonOne » May 30th, 2009, 10:31 pm

you would prefer tight clothin dobre?

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by buLLetxx2 » July 23rd, 2009, 5:55 pm

Hey Alonso man, no disrespect but in that interview where you discussed Racial tensions between gangs in LA in regards to Asians you were way off, especially dismissing the troubles in Long Beach as a "Cambodian v Black" thing.
Firstly it's not, nor has it ever, been black v asian in long beach, there've been a few beefs with IGC but nothing long standing, it's always been and always will be the Longos vs Anyone that isn't mexican or white.

I just think it to be belittling to the actual issue of race based violence, which has most of the innocent community in long beach living in fear, to dismiss it as not even a blip on the radar.

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by Dobre » August 5th, 2009, 6:55 pm

Azure9920 wrote:
Dobre wrote:Honestly we laugh at anyone wearing baggy clothing.
I laugh at you thinking 12 year old, overweight Macedonian retards are involved in Organized Crime to any extent.
What the fuck?

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by Dobre » August 5th, 2009, 7:32 pm

FelonOne wrote:you would prefer tight clothin dobre?
Not too tight, but comfortable.

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Unread post by ARomo11 » November 14th, 2012, 10:02 am

Common Sense wrote:
flame_guards_member1 wrote:I don't understand why some rich person would go hang around gangs.
People wonder why RPV kid 'chose to be a gang member'
Killing turns a limitless horizon to a life of restrictions.

Originally published Saturday, November 03, 2007
Monday, November 05, 2007
By Denise Nix
Staff Writer

Photographs of Phillip Dorsett, his friends and younger brother flashing gang signs were set in matting and framed.

They were displayed on his bedroom desk inside his parents' million-dollar Rancho Palos Verdes home, which sits atop a hill and offers ocean views.

Dorsett, 21, seemingly, could have had anything or done anything.
viewtopic.php?f=175&t=4633&st=0&sk=t&sd=a&start=80
Does anyone know what gang Dorsett was associated with?

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Re: Can Gangs impact upper class communities?

Unread post by Webbi3 » January 8th, 2013, 10:20 pm

Representing our hood is not a crime. We work and survive in this jungle that we are born and raised in... You think I want my kids and my lil homies to see the day to day struggle in our community... I feel sorry for the sandy hook victims... What about our youth here in the ghetto who have meet the same faith... Can Obama address that? All we know and grew to do was to do wrong to do right... I guess we only looked at as that 47 percent tho.... Two Thum3s up

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