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Old 07-12-2011, 11:39 AM
 
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I think the recession is turning the young generation into the "I don't give a #$@!" generation. Youngins are the hardest hit by the tough economy. A lot of them can't even get summer jobs because illegal immigrants who don't speak English and older college grads who can't find real jobs have taken their jobs and money. So now you have kids that would be doing the right thing acting a fool because they are so fed up and want to take that rage out on anyone for no reason. They plain just don't give a %$&!. That's my take on the situation across the country in 2011 and beyond if things don't change.
You may be onto something. It seems to be happening all around the country unfortunately.
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Old 07-12-2011, 11:41 AM
 
Location: Louisiana and Pennsylvania
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Coming up in Bmore like I did you gotta struggle every day we didnt get nothing handled to us if we want something we gotta take it. I m just tryin to get mine and I dont let nobody disrespect me.
All I read and hear about is people wanting "respect". These same people who want respect are the same ones unwilling to extend it to others, let alone respecting themselves.
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Old 07-14-2011, 12:18 PM
 
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Was the shooting that occurred at this event linked to this specific incident???

I watched this video several times and other than a little vertigo.. I couldnt tell who was fighting who. It also looked like most of the victims excaped unscathed.. not to mention alot of cell phone voyeurs standing around. My point is.. this appeared to be more rough housing among aquaintances for kicks and video..than a full blown brawl. If these guys (and gals) were actually brawlin...I am sure a knife or a gun would have been drawn and there would have been bloodshed

That being said.. I do agree that some of the youth of today are getting more wild than in the past..but I am sure every generation says that about the prior. You had movies that imitated the the wild nature of our youth for every generation.......'West Side Story', 'The Outsiders' , 'Grease', 'The Warriors' , 'Boys N the Hood', 'Colors', 'Fast and the Furious' and the list goes on and on....
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