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Old 05-14-2008, 03:10 PM
 
Location: So Cal
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wow.

the area near caruthers park is a wonderful area and one of the only places left in OC/LA area that are openly horse friendly

but hey, you know everything right? moron
Yeah, Actually I used to live on chicago ave and it is right near caruthers park. The area was zoned for large lots back in the day. I guess if you make a simple and accurate observation about an area you are a moron.
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Old 05-14-2008, 03:50 PM
 
Location: Lakewood, CA
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I used to live on the border of Bellflower and Downey and Bellflower has its nicer areas I guess. Epecially with Long Beach and Cerritos there and Downey starting to build up, Bellflower doesn't look like anything special. I think the biggest thing in Bellflower is the Hollywood Sports Park place. But you can probably find something decent in Bellflower.
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Old 05-14-2008, 06:23 PM
 
Location: RSM
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Wow.

You really need to be more respectful of others' opinions... and besides, I'm sure that the poster was talking about the city in general...

As for my take... I wouldn't recommend anything west of Bellflower Boulevard and even a few parts east of it. A lot of the neighborhoods are a bit run down, especially south of Alondra and west of Bellflower Boulevard. Lakewood and Cerritos are nicer and more safe...
well for one, calling the whole city a shiathole isnt accurate to any degree and is unfair to anyone living there or anyone looking for housing there. there are bad areas, but there are also good areas as well. just like most other southern californian cities
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