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Old 01-01-2008, 10:02 AM
Location: FULCI LIVES!!!(but not in Indiana)
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Originally Posted by allthingsbeautiful View Post
I looked at your myspace page. Any followers of satanspace.com are not friends of mine. Education? So that is why you are willing to work for $10 an hour.
That 2 year computer science degree didn't really work out, you know the story. I don't ask that you be my friend. Better as a fo I'm sure. That's what we need, personal differences to keep us at each others throat. Gotta keep the tension, the hate, the intolerance. Gotta stick to our guns right?
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Old 01-26-2008, 08:34 PM
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Default Working in N. Hollywood

Most of the posts about NoHo have been very one sided. In the past it was a very sketchy area. In the past few years this has somewhat changed. Northern N.Hwd is still pretty rough. I work about midway, near the Honda dealership, and again...still pretty sketchy. Southern N. Hwd has improved greatly. There has been massive development around the new Orange Bus Line station. There are many new apartment building and condos. There is a new shopping center catering to higher income residents. They have built 3 new schools in the past 3 years, and elementary and high school opened in the past two, a middle school opens in September. N. Hwd is on the way up.
Would I live there? Possibly in the southern most section near all the new development but not anywhere else. I work with many families from the area in my job. There is a great deal of poverty. There are also many newcomers that move to the area from other countries with little understanding of life in the US. They learn, but it takes a while.
I agree, visit before you decide. You may like NoHo's quirky side, you never know. Good luck.
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Old 01-26-2008, 09:28 PM
Location: NJ
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That's exactly what I keep thinking. I can't stand that horror garbage and death metal either. It contributes nothing positive to society and it just brings more ugliness to the world. I suppose someone of such a dark interior would feel comfortable around the darker aspects of LA society.
Wow....that's embarrassing.
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Old 01-27-2008, 09:25 AM
Location: SoCal - Sherman Oaks & Woodland Hills
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There are some nice and desirable areas of north hollywood. I really like the 91601 area east of Cahuenga, south of Magnolia and just north of the hollywood freeway. I wanted to buy a home in this area but it was too expensive so I had to buy in Woodland Hills instead. I think its expensive because its so close to Toluca Lake. But it really is a nice part of North Hollywood.
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