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Marcus

Baltimore, MD

#1 Jun 9, 2008
what the hell does bel air offer anyone except a bar scene, and not a very good one. there is no real entertainment in this town. Ive lived on main street for a month and so far all ive seen is a bunch of drunk people and police to babysit for them, not that that does any good cause people still do what they want apparently.
Dell Plaza

Ellicott City, MD

#2 Jul 2, 2008
I concur(here's a minute to look up the definition of concur).
How about moving back to Essex?
wow

Conowingo, MD

#3 Sep 28, 2008
if you're so interested in finding a "hot spot" why didn't you research it before moving? if you're here because you have to be, why are you complaining? do you expect the chamber of commerce to swing by and paint the town red with you?

maybe it's you that's boring.
roger

Andreas, PA

#4 Sep 28, 2008
Marcus wrote:
what the hell does bel air offer anyone except a bar scene, and not a very good one. there is no real entertainment in this town. Ive lived on main street for a month and so far all ive seen is a bunch of drunk people and police to babysit for them, not that that does any good cause people still do what they want apparently.
Any town that doesn't have a hotel is going to be boring for the most part. It doesn't have a hotel because it's too far away from an interstate. Eventually the glorified bar scene will fail in that the bar owners will be chasing the same dollar and it'll go back to what it once was...a two bar main street. All in all, that's a good thing.
Mahatma Coat

Bethpage, NY

#5 Sep 29, 2008
Bel Air could stand to shrink a bit. It's already become "Perry Hall north" and is well on its way to becoming "Towson north". I agree. Let the bars fail and maybe all of dolts who relocate there from the city will go back from whence they came.
roger wrote:
<quoted text>Any town that doesn't have a hotel is going to be boring for the most part. It doesn't have a hotel because it's too far away from an interstate. Eventually the glorified bar scene will fail in that the bar owners will be chasing the same dollar and it'll go back to what it once was...a two bar main street. All in all, that's a good thing.
kookooferdudes

Ellicott City, MD

#6 Sep 29, 2008
Only problem is that the bars won't fail. Without Looneys North and MaGerks, where will all the hillbillies from Darlington go to get fired up and start fights? Back to Harvey's Jr?
Eat Me

Owings Mills, MD

#7 Sep 30, 2008
Bel Air sucks? So does your mother... in Bel Air behind the Loonies.
roger

Andreas, PA

#8 Sep 30, 2008
Eat Me wrote:
Bel Air sucks? So does your mother... in Bel Air behind the Loonies.
This is your mother speaking and don't back talk me. Quit giving BJ's behind Loonies and do your homework.
Bel Air Bob

Bel Air, MD

#9 Dec 27, 2008
To Marcus: Next time do your research before moving to Bel Air. I suggest you move back to Dundalk which is much more exciting. Kiss your girlfriend where it stinks...take her to Dundalk!

To Del Plaza: Your 6th grade education from Essex is paying off! I concur, please leave Bel Air and go to Essex. I'm sure there are a few bars with folks that have made it to at least 5th grade that you can converse with.

To Roger: Who asked for your opinion? If we want someones opinion from Philly we will go to another loser..the Eagles!

To Eat Me: Wow! You are so mature! Anyone who degrades someones mother is special! Especially a mother named Roger.

To Kookooferdudes: With a name like that you have the balls to talk about the Darlington hillbillies? Your boyfriend is your brother.
deep_roasted_hel lnuts

Havre De Grace, MD

#11 Dec 31, 2008
yeah, move back to essex...please!! Take your purple jersey with you!!!
hdg

Mount Wolf, PA

#12 Jan 4, 2009
bel air would probably be lame but i'd much rather live there than shrewsbury, pa. you'd have to be out your mind to move up here. the school is the worst part. it's straight redneck. it makes darlington look civilized. i lived in abingdon havre de grace and edgewood before and all 3 places were much more desirable than southern york county, pa...
Bel Air Betty

Joppa, MD

#13 Jan 6, 2009
Bel Air used to be a sleepy little rural town, where people would smile and say hello, even if they didn't know you, but that has sinced changed long ago all in thanks to the developers, corrupt county officials and providing a straight shot from Edgewood to Bel Air via Route 24. Now if anyone doesn't like Bel Air, go back to where you came from. With the morons, Baltimore city and county transplants, the latinos and those that think they are so much better than the born and raised Bel Air folks moving here, politely get over it or get out!!
hdg

Mount Wolf, PA

#14 Jan 7, 2009
Bel Air Betty wrote:
Bel Air used to be a sleepy little rural town, where people would smile and say hello, even if they didn't know you, but that has sinced changed long ago all in thanks to the developers, corrupt county officials and providing a straight shot from Edgewood to Bel Air via Route 24. Now if anyone doesn't like Bel Air, go back to where you came from. With the morons, Baltimore city and county transplants, the latinos and those that think they are so much better than the born and raised Bel Air folks moving here, politely get over it or get out!!
nobody from baltimore city willingly moves to bel air, because they know they're gonna hear your speech from everybody that lives there. it's just the dam*ned plants from the county moving into those brand new mcmansions. the difference between bel air and bulle rock is bulle rock is so close to actual havre de grace that it's kept in check. bel air is so spread out, walking from neighborhood to neighborhood to meet your other neighbors is pointless too
tommyboy

Sugar Land, TX

#15 Jul 23, 2009
I was born and raised in Bel Air - I left there (and Maryland) back in 1981 for Florida and never looked back. Haven't even been back to visit since '95 when the last of my family finally got out. The comment about everybody being nice and friendly in the "good old days" is bull. Bel Air High School in the 70's was full of stuck up snoots who seemed to think they were in Bel Air California. I can't imagine people wanting to move there - I couldn't wait to get out. After being gone over a quarter century, with 49 other states to choose from, I'd live nearly anywhere but Bel Air. It sucked then, and surely still sucks now. Get out and see other parts of the country and you'll never come back either.
Mahatma Coat

Bethpage, NY

#16 Jul 29, 2009
Evidently, you don't enjoy living in an area with a high standard of living, good schools and virtually no violent crime; all within a day's drive of several major metropolitan areas, the beach, the mountains and numerous historical points of interest. Enjoy whatever dirtwater craphole you currently live in. I'll take snobs over slobs any day of the week.

tommyboy wrote:
I was born and raised in Bel Air - I left there (and Maryland) back in 1981 for Florida and never looked back. Haven't even been back to visit since '95 when the last of my family finally got out. The comment about everybody being nice and friendly in the "good old days" is bull. Bel Air High School in the 70's was full of stuck up snoots who seemed to think they were in Bel Air California. I can't imagine people wanting to move there - I couldn't wait to get out. After being gone over a quarter century, with 49 other states to choose from, I'd live nearly anywhere but Bel Air. It sucked then, and surely still sucks now. Get out and see other parts of the country and you'll never come back either.
Tommy Boy

Katy, TX

#17 Aug 12, 2009
Mahatma Coat wrote:
Evidently, you don't enjoy living in an area with a high standard of living, good schools and virtually no violent crime; all within a day's drive of several major metropolitan areas, the beach, the mountains and numerous historical points of interest. Enjoy whatever dirtwater craphole you currently live in. I'll take snobs over slobs any day of the week.
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Mahatma Coat, you apparently have not really been anywhere. I lived in Ft. Lauderdale for 24 years and enjoyed beaches 15 minutes from my house that make Md. beaches look like dirtwater crapholes, to use your terminology and scuba dived on coral reefs in 85 degree water with 75 feet of visibility. Try doing that at Ocean City - you can't even see your feet in that freezing, polluted crap-water. Compare and contrast: Walk down Main Street in Bel Air, then walk down Las Olas Blvd. in Ft. Lauderdale or cruise through Palm Beach - you'll crap your uneducated self. I only left for a career move to Sugar Land, Texas, listed by CNN as the #3 place to live in the entire US. Many of the homes are over 10,000 sq ft. and median income is way past most Bel Air wannabe's. Where is Bel Air in these comparisons? No friggin' place, that's where. Why are you in New York anyway, if hick-town Bel Air is so great? Get educated and get a life. You effectively shown you don't know your butt from a hole in the ground.
Mahatma Coat

Bethpage, NY

#18 Aug 12, 2009
First of all.. I am not in New York. Wouldn't live there for all the tea in China. Secondly, I was born and raised in Florida and actually lived in Palm Beach for a few years, so don't try to tell me how great that place is. In a nutshell... FLORIDA SUCKS. Bugs, humidity, brutal heat, no scenery, no change of seasons, tourists who think they own the place and beach bums who ride around on rusted bicycles all day looking for their next drink.

Fort Lauderdale? Palm Beach?? Are you KIDDING me???? I guess you like loud-mouthed New York transplants and crowded highways. Have you driven I-95 between Miami and Stuart lately? It's worse than 695. Sure the beaches are nicer but WHO CARES? We're talking about Bel Air, not O.C. Know what? I can walk to the beach right now but I haven't been there for years. Can't stand the beach so I couldn't care less about water clarity or temperature.

Uneducated?? Sorry. I have an advanced degree and it doesn't involve window shopping on Worth Ave. As for the personal attacks, I'll tell you what. I can be in Fort Lauderdale in about 2 hours. How 'bout I drive down there and kick your ass?
Tommy Boy wrote:
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Mahatma Coat, you apparently have not really been anywhere. I lived in Ft. Lauderdale for 24 years and enjoyed beaches 15 minutes from my house that make Md. beaches look like dirtwater crapholes, to use your terminology and scuba dived on coral reefs in 85 degree water with 75 feet of visibility. Try doing that at Ocean City - you can't even see your feet in that freezing, polluted crap-water. Compare and contrast: Walk down Main Street in Bel Air, then walk down Las Olas Blvd. in Ft. Lauderdale or cruise through Palm Beach - you'll crap your uneducated self. I only left for a career move to Sugar Land, Texas, listed by CNN as the #3 place to live in the entire US. Many of the homes are over 10,000 sq ft. and median income is way past most Bel Air wannabe's. Where is Bel Air in these comparisons? No friggin' place, that's where. Why are you in New York anyway, if hick-town Bel Air is so great? Get educated and get a life. You effectively shown you don't know your butt from a hole in the ground.
Tommy Boy

Katy, TX

#19 Aug 12, 2009
Mahatma Coat wrote:
First of all.. I am not in New York. Wouldn't live there for all the tea in China. Secondly, I was born and raised in Florida and actually lived in Palm Beach for a few years, so don't try to tell me how great that place is. In a nutshell... FLORIDA SUCKS. Bugs, humidity, brutal heat, no scenery, no change of seasons, tourists who think they own the place and beach bums who ride around on rusted bicycles all day looking for their next drink.
Fort Lauderdale? Palm Beach?? Are you KIDDING me???? I guess you like loud-mouthed New York transplants and crowded highways. Have you driven I-95 between Miami and Stuart lately? It's worse than 695. Sure the beaches are nicer but WHO CARES? We're talking about Bel Air, not O.C. Know what? I can walk to the beach right now but I haven't been there for years. Can't stand the beach so I couldn't care less about water clarity or temperature.
Uneducated?? Sorry. I have an advanced degree and it doesn't involve window shopping on Worth Ave. As for the personal attacks, I'll tell you what. I can be in Fort Lauderdale in about 2 hours. How 'bout I drive down there and kick your ass?
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Advanced degree? Yeah, right. Eighth grade? You can't even read. It's right in my post that I left Florida for Texas. Don't like clear water? What do you do for fun, sit around and play x-box and write sarcastic posts? If you're from Florida, why do you defend lowly Bel Air Md., a place NOBODY would go for vacation? If you can drive to Ft. Lauderdale in 2 hours, than you're in Florida right now - the state that sucks according to you. The origination of your post states some backwater town in NY, so I think you're full of crap. As far as the ass-kicking, I stand 6'4" and weigh 235 - none of it's fat. I could bench press your ass with one hand, so bring it on jerk-wad. Get a life.
jzevv

Bel Air, MD

#20 Aug 14, 2009
man the skate scene is what its about
ashanti fossett

AOL

#21 Aug 16, 2009
I agree

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