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Old 12-05-2014, 11:03 AM
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Originally Posted by bigboibob View Post
NYC was like Detroit in the 80s, won't be because of Eric garner like situations though
NYC was never like Detroit! Born, Raised and still living in NYC. There was a ton of empty buildings in the Bronx but Queens was identical to Nassau County now.

Now can stuff change? yes big time. If Patrick Lynch had any ballz. He would instruct his members to stop being proactive. What do i mean by being proactive. Stop doing these so called verticals in the pj's. ( People there hate you anyway). Stop bothering with drug dealers. Just take a hands off attitude. So what if crime spikes in Bed Stuy? let the hipsters and transplants march around gates Ave screaming Hand up!

Old 12-05-2014, 11:05 AM
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