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Old 07-17-2007, 07:32 PM
 
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Hey, whenever someone says that Cudahy is a terrible city, remember that he or she is saying the truth.

This article says it all: LA Weekly - General - The Town the Law Forgot - Jeffrey Anderson - The Essential Online Resource for Los Angeles

I would love to have all of these corrupt politicians and gangsters forced to take a walk of shame to prison, where they belong.
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Old 07-18-2007, 10:56 AM
 
Location: Los angeles 90046
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im gotta agree cudahy is gettn pretty bad i have a freind who grew up there i use to go visit him there its was pretty run dwn but watts is way worse
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Old 07-19-2007, 01:46 AM
 
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I wouldn't pick in Cudahy. After all, its a preview of how LA will be in, say, 2017. With Tony Villar (minus Raigosa, now), we're halfway there.
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Old 07-19-2007, 02:33 AM
 
Location: Boyle Heights.
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hey! i got family in Cudhay! tell them to stop scratching their asses?
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Old 07-19-2007, 03:17 AM
 
Location: CITY OF ANGELS AND CONSTANT DANGER
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cudahy has always been grimy. its got so many trailers on lot after lot after lot. thats what its been known for. i swear when i was in cudahy i felt like i was in some oakie as$ place. i had to work there. its changed as people hopped over to BG or further east to fontucky or somewhere out the 10. its really no different know, except for the language spoken i suppose. its still trailers, its still a tiny lil city with too many people and not enough political or fiscal responsibility. its cudahy. but it definitely aint no 103rd and grape. and actually antonio v has done a pretty decent job, with the help of bratton and others he aint doing that bad. he just needs to continue to get off the schools and stick to the roads and crime. la will be fine and dandy
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Old 07-19-2007, 06:31 PM
 
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Default You said it theone.

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cudahy has always been grimy. its got so many trailers on lot after lot after lot. thats what its been known for. i swear when i was in cudahy i felt like i was in some oakie as$ place. i had to work there. its changed as people hopped over to BG or further east to fontucky or somewhere out the 10. its really no different know, except for the language spoken i suppose. its still trailers, its still a tiny lil city with too many people and not enough political or fiscal responsibility. its cudahy. but it definitely aint no 103rd and grape. and actually antonio v has done a pretty decent job, with the help of bratton and others he aint doing that bad. he just needs to continue to get off the schools and stick to the roads and crime. la will be fine and dandy
I remember going to Cudahy when I was just in elementary school back in the mid 1990s, and even then I could see how crowded and unkempt that city was. Its sad that city is still like that. They had crowded stores and it looked like Mexico to me.

To date I have seen the town on the freeway and I have heard that tons of illegals live there. Maybe Villagarosa and company need to get their hands on the ICE a little bit more and clean up Bell, Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Norwalk, and Cudahy just to name a few. I cant even go to those cities anymore without thinking I am in Mexico.
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Old 07-20-2007, 01:46 AM
 
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actuallly antonio v would not have anything to do in these areas. let him handle LA. where are you from? and ICE, what they gonna do there? please! get on with that mess. o by the way this place does not look like mexico. that you would say that speaks volumes. do you really know what mexico looks or feels like? this just feels like an economically depressed area. some spots are a bit dodgy but most areas need very little "cleaning up" like you think. those areas and cities you mentioned have traditionally been blue collar. the southeast has been nothing but factory workers since before WWII. they still are, exceot the disparity between the rich and those that form the backbone of greater LA is a gulf growing wider by the day. those areas might be economically disadvantaged but good people live and work there. you would be better stayin away. your vibes are toxic. funny thing is that the other day i was in bell and i thought i was in the middle east. the starbucks was packed with some arab people. i even saw women in head scarves and floor length dresses. i was so excited. this is a good thing. but you would probably think theyre muslim school is training bombers. they just happen to be hard workers like most people. so little mexico is fine with out you. stay away. ajaja
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Old 07-20-2007, 12:23 PM
 
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actuallly antonio v would not have anything to do in these areas. let him handle LA. where are you from? and ICE, what they gonna do there? please! get on with that mess. o by the way this place does not look like mexico. that you would say that speaks volumes. do you really know what mexico looks or feels like? this just feels like an economically depressed area. some spots are a bit dodgy but most areas need very little "cleaning up" like you think. those areas and cities you mentioned have traditionally been blue collar. the southeast has been nothing but factory workers since before WWII. they still are, exceot the disparity between the rich and those that form the backbone of greater LA is a gulf growing wider by the day. those areas might be economically disadvantaged but good people live and work there. you would be better stayin away. your vibes are toxic. funny thing is that the other day i was in bell and i thought i was in the middle east. the starbucks was packed with some arab people. i even saw women in head scarves and floor length dresses. i was so excited. this is a good thing. but you would probably think theyre muslim school is training bombers. they just happen to be hard workers like most people. so little mexico is fine with out you. stay away. ajaja
Tony Villar as done good things?
Problems is, he hasn't done anything politically! His personal life is a different manner.

Since you brought it up re: middle eastern people, try comparing that area with any areas that have majority of the city population that are immigrants and none of those would have problems like those cities on the 710.
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Old 07-23-2007, 02:16 AM
 
Location: CITY OF ANGELS AND CONSTANT DANGER
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i missed your point snb? last i checked middle easterners were also immigrants. i dont understand what you meant to say...
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Old 07-24-2007, 02:44 AM
 
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Hawaiian Gardens anyone? Now THAT is a toilet!
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