Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

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Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby alexalonso » December 17th, 2012, 6:04 pm

In 1985 Baby Crazy 2 or Lil Baby Crazy wrote Rollin 60s in this 1985 yearbook.

Back then, writing "M" for Murder was more popular than "K" for Killer, using the "K" came back, and you never see "M' used anymore. Notice the "V" for Varrio. I recall alot of black gang would write the Spanish Varrio in their graffiti.

This was written in June 1985.
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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby youngspade » December 17th, 2012, 10:21 pm

Wow im speechless ass hell.


1. Varrio (( tottally a. Shock and some what proves what that racists mexican myuga right on ALOT OF SHIT.)) E
2. Only real real real hate they had was the 83s,
3. I know they had beef with us and hoovers too and who else Vng and bps thats prollt it amd. Maybe 20s?

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby alexalonso » December 17th, 2012, 11:51 pm

this was written 25 years ago. I got a couple more. I dont remember what the conflict was between 60s and Hoovers was back in 1985. If Allhood comes back through, I am sure he could shed some light on that for sure, because he knows the 80s real good.

What is interesting about this hit-up, is the name, "Baby Crazy 2" as seems. I think that is a "2" but being a "Baby" means that he is a third, so it is a bit confusing.

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby xxx » December 18th, 2012, 12:21 am

i Never heard of Baby Crazy, unless its Baby Crazy Boy (rip) or Baby Crip Crazy (rip)..

The PBGs wacked out RSCG, that beef started in the Summer of 1986.....

RSC v Hoovers is an early 1980s beef

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby alexalonso » December 18th, 2012, 12:33 am

xxx wrote:i Never heard of Baby Crazy, unless its Baby Crazy Boy (rip) or Baby Crip Crazy (rip)..

The PBGs wacked out RSCG, that beef started in the Summer of 1986.....

RSC v Hoovers is an early 1980s beef


The PBG writer was not the one who crossed it out, someone else crossed it out. Do anyone of those names go back to 1985?

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby youngspade » December 18th, 2012, 1:02 am

xxx wrote:i Never heard of Baby Crazy, unless its Baby Crazy Boy (rip) or Baby Crip Crazy (rip)..

The PBGs wacked out RSCG, that beef started in the Summer of 1986.....

RSC v Hoovers is an early 1980s beef


Told ya alonso.

When gangs stopped uaing varrio in there name as of a whole??

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby alexalonso » December 18th, 2012, 1:04 am

youngspade wrote:
xxx wrote:i Never heard of Baby Crazy, unless its Baby Crazy Boy (rip) or Baby Crip Crazy (rip)..

The PBGs wacked out RSCG, that beef started in the Summer of 1986.....

RSC v Hoovers is an early 1980s beef


Told ya alonso.

When gangs stopped uaing varrio in there name as of a whole??



Black gangs stopped sometime in the early 1990s, but I see still, though rarely,

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby youngspade » December 18th, 2012, 1:30 am

Post more please...

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby dubts » December 18th, 2012, 1:52 am

if the V is for Varrio, then what is the T for?

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby alexalonso » December 18th, 2012, 2:39 pm

dubts wrote:if the V is for Varrio, then what is the T for?


I dont think its a T, I think that is the way that the V in Varrio was underlined.

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby youngspade » December 18th, 2012, 3:07 pm

MAYBE arrow down i.e this our hood type of thing?

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby xxx » December 18th, 2012, 10:04 pm

Its not a T, its an underline.....its just using the Cholo Style...Black Gangs that had Ese gangs in their Neighborhood pick up on their style of Striking, and doing Juvenile time in Eastlake, Los Padrinos, and Sylmar....... R60's had a C14 Click in the Neighborhood in the 1980s, they did all the tattoos for the 60's, and wrote on the walls, RSC14, so 60's pick up on their style...

Crazy Boy & Crip Crazy, those names go back to the Early 80's, the Babys i dont think so, ill have to ask around, Baby Crazy Boy maybe, Baby Crip Crazy, No...

Crazy Boy
Crazy Coop
Crip Crazy

Those are the Only Crazys i Know..

What School Year Book is this?

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby alexalonso » December 19th, 2012, 12:55 am

xxx wrote:Its not a T, its an underline.....its just using the Cholo Style...Black Gangs that had Ese gangs in their Neighborhood pick up on their style of Striking, and doing Juvenile time in Eastlake, Los Padrinos, and Sylmar....... R60's had a C14 Click in the Neighborhood in the 1980s, they did all the tattoos for the 60's, and wrote on the walls, RSC14, so 60's pick up on their style...

Crazy Boy & Crip Crazy, those names go back to the Early 80's, the Babys i dont think so, ill have to ask around, Baby Crazy Boy maybe, Baby Crip Crazy, No...

Crazy Boy
Crazy Coop
Crip Crazy

Those are the Only Crazys i Know..

What School Year Book is this?


1984/85

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby youngspade » December 19th, 2012, 5:21 am

Alonso is/was that 7th or 8th hood uthey had ever ?

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby xxx » December 19th, 2012, 4:38 pm

What School?

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby alexalonso » December 19th, 2012, 5:24 pm

youngspade wrote:Alonso is/was that 7th or 8th hood uthey had ever ?


huh? Not sure what you are asking, and the school was John Burroughs Jr high, now called John Burroughs Middle School

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby youngspade » December 19th, 2012, 10:12 pm

Im counting all the hood c14 has or had and thats number 7-8?

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby AztecNinja » December 19th, 2012, 11:26 pm

When did C14 have the John Burroughs area?

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby alexalonso » December 21st, 2012, 12:21 pm

AztecNinja wrote:When did C14 have the John Burroughs area?


C14 never had the area where John Burroughs is located. That is McCadden & Wilshire, Hancock Park, no gang there, but the Mansfields were right down the street though.

There were alot of people getting bused into J.B. back in the 1980s. But you met people from all places. There were kids starting their gang careers from all neighborhoods at J.B.

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby AztecNinja » December 21st, 2012, 11:06 pm

So there were basically alot of young C14 that attended JB? I used to play ball there every sunday in the eighties with my family. It was like tradition. This is when we stayed around Pico and Crenshaw.

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby xxx » December 22nd, 2012, 2:47 pm

ill ask aroound and what 60s went to JB in 84/85

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby TarHeelRED » January 5th, 2013, 10:47 pm

I wonder why the PBG (3x) & the RSC writing wasn't crossed out by members of these gangs? Were these gangs not beefing back then?

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Unread postby alexalonso » January 10th, 2013, 8:00 pm

TarHeelRED wrote:I wonder why the PBG (3x) & the RSC writing wasn't crossed out by members of these gangs? Were these gangs not beefing back then?


PBG and Rollin 60s were cool back in the mid 1980s/.

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby alexalonso » January 24th, 2013, 3:35 pm

AztecNinja wrote:So there were basically alot of young C14 that attended JB? I used to play ball there every sunday in the eighties with my family. It was like tradition. This is when we stayed around Pico and Crenshaw.


there were people from all over at JB in the 1980s, Play Boys, Mid city, 18th Street, there were SxR, Mansfields, PLayboys Crips, School Yards, it was a mess up there.

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby AztecNinja » September 17th, 2013, 4:16 am

When I hung out there all I remember was Schoolyard and Playboy GC. This was like in mid to late 80's.

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby Young Nile » October 14th, 2013, 8:48 pm

I went there in the early 90's 90/91 during the beginning of the tag banging/click/crew era... So it was a gang of different clicks and crews....

As far as Crip/Blood/Sur

BYSH, GSH, esWVG, ssWVG, MCS, TJL, SYC, R40's, R60's, CxL, MS13, 77MSB, BOGC, WBC, GGC, BPS, BNG, JFX.... a bunch of others....
plus it was a lot of dudes creating there own gangs up there at the time....
Was a grip of dudes bust to JB

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby WLA PALMS » October 14th, 2013, 10:40 pm

Yeah, it was the same at Paul Revere Junior High too. Everybody from all over the city got bussed there.



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AztecNinja wrote:When did C14 have the John Burroughs area?


C14 never had the area where John Burroughs is located. That is McCadden & Wilshire, Hancock Park, no gang there, but the Mansfields were right down the street though.

There were alot of people getting bused into J.B. back in the 1980s. But you met people from all places. There were kids starting their gang careers from all neighborhoods at J.B.

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Re: Rollin 60s graffiti from 1985

Unread postby WLA PALMS » October 14th, 2013, 10:44 pm

My little brother and one of my homies went to John Burroughs for summer school 1990-91. Back then, my brother and my homeboy didn't know each other yet, but the MS 13's tried to jump my homeboy and my brother jumped in. My girl that I was going to have my kids with attended John Burroughs too around the same time, her and my brother are the same age, but they didn't know each other because she was a regular student there and my brother was just there for summer school.

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