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Old Yesterday, 08:36 PM
 
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Why should I move, I'm not the one complaining about anything

To the bolded above, you're one of those who think the criminals vote

You think the criminals are sitting on the benches like "A yo hold my beer I forgot today was voting day, brb"

"Yo that AOC, her policies are fly, straight up"

"yo son, what you think of Bill de Blasio in that first debate son?? you think he killed it or nahh"

LMAO

You think those suspects in Brownsville who did the shooting vote and follow politics?? Whats wrong with some of you, seriously

I raise an eyebrow at anybody who takes politics seriously anyway
I think he means more the white collar ones that leach off of welfare through some kind of fraud, or do tax evasions, or pay to play types.
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Old Yesterday, 09:20 PM
 
Location: Manhattan
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When I hear shootings like this in the good precincts them come call me

Then you know NYC is in the dumps
Oh, I get your point. You're not saying the shootings in already bad precincts are no big deal as in "who cares that somebody is dead or injured". Your point is, the current spate of shootings aren't really a surprise or anything new and so is not a proper barometer to measure that NYC is now going down the toilet & that we should all head for the hills.
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Old Today, 05:36 AM
 
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they need to hire more cops, but lucky theres cameras around to catch them ingrates on footage, yes as long there are drug dealers and gangs,and high unemployment..we will have crime..not to mention the druggies.
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Old Today, 06:39 AM
 
Location: Confines of the 101 Precinct
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Oh, I get your point. You're not saying the shootings in already bad precincts are no big deal as in "who cares that somebody is dead or injured". Your point is, the current spate of shootings aren't really a surprise or anything new and so is not a proper barometer to measure that NYC is now going down the toilet & that we should all head for the hills.
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Old Today, 07:18 AM
 
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I watched NYC go from 2,200 murders a year to less than 300. A city of 8 million ++ people is never going to be murder free, but it's gotten pretty close to that
Exactly, ppl complaining about the crime would be panicking if it was like how it used to be . Right now is the good days
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Old Today, 08:12 AM
 
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Too hot outside
Ladies showing off their goodies
fellas puffing their chest to impress those ladies.
$$$ makes everyone yield

It happens every year. The violence will increase since the younger generation are extremely emotional and some are unstable.
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Old Today, 01:39 PM
 
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My take is we've come off bottom dead center crime-wise, but it's still very low historically. But the fact that it's come off the bottom should be alarming, especially when what needs to be done is pretty obvious.

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Exactly, ppl complaining about the crime would be panicking if it was like how it used to be . Right now is the good days
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Old Today, 05:03 PM
 
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My take is we've come off bottom dead center crime-wise, but it's still very low historically. But the fact that it's come off the bottom should be alarming, especially when what needs to be done is pretty obvious.
I would believe you more if you lived in Brownsville, but you don't
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