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Old 09-08-2008, 10:38 PM
 
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My aunt was forced to move to Houston in 2003, thanks to SBC... AT&T. She hates it there. Every time she comes back to SA for a visit which is more and more frequent since moving there, all she does it talk about how bad the crime is there. People hiding under cars in parking garages and then grabbing peoples feet and making them fall so they can rob them of money or their car. Or stuff too but let's not get into it. She only rented since moving there and she's retiring the moment she retires with should be within the next year or so.

It's funny because after she talks about the crime we'll tell her about stuff that's in the headlines or recently happened, in terms of crime, and she'll say "That's it?"

 
Old 09-09-2008, 12:21 AM
 
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this happened when i lived there. i drove a benz at the time, but i have remote start on all my vehicles. i remote started it and the guy came runnin out as i approached the car. i have my concealed carry too...good thing he left when he did.
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My aunt was forced to move to Houston in 2003, thanks to SBC... AT&T. She hates it there. Every time she comes back to SA for a visit which is more and more frequent since moving there, all she does it talk about how bad the crime is there. People hiding under cars in parking garages and then grabbing peoples feet and making them fall so they can rob them of money or their car. Or stuff too but let's not get into it. She only rented since moving there and she's retiring the moment she retires with should be within the next year or so.

It's funny because after she talks about the crime we'll tell her about stuff that's in the headlines or recently happened, in terms of crime, and she'll say "That's it?"
 
Old 09-11-2008, 10:03 AM
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I don't see that this thread is doing much more than going in circles. Maybe it's hurricane anxiety or the recent crime news in San Antonio, but this seems to be the wrong time to discuss crime. I'm closing this thread and recommending that texas7 seek the answer to his question by using the "Search this forum" feature for the word "crime" and reviewing older threads.
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