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Since: Oct 11

United States

#1 Aug 3, 2012
I'm in pre production for a documentary that will be centered on the ridgewood area focusing on the homeless and crime in the area.

The homeless and strung out are noticeable everywhere, but where is the hub of the crime going on? What streets off ridgewood?

Portions of the income from documentary will be going back to homeless outreaches in Daytona.
Bill

Oviedo, FL

#2 Aug 3, 2012
So your documentary is to show that the homeless are responsible for all the crime in Daytona Beach Ridgewood area?

Shame on you!
Northface

Ormond Beach, FL

#3 Aug 4, 2012
Bill wrote:
So your documentary is to show that the homeless are responsible for all the crime in Daytona Beach Ridgewood area?

Shame on you!
thats not what he is asking dumbass.
Bill

Oviedo, FL

#4 Aug 4, 2012
"focusing on the homeless and crime in the area"

Sounds like it to me phuckwit...

youse must be edjewkated in Volusia County!
Frank

Daytona Beach, FL

#5 Aug 5, 2012
Between Madison an LPGA
Frank

Daytona Beach, FL

#6 Aug 5, 2012
Frank wrote:
Between Madison an LPGA
sorry ment Madison an seabreeze blvd

Since: Oct 11

United States

#7 Nov 6, 2012
Bill wrote:
So your documentary is to show that the homeless are responsible for all the crime in Daytona Beach Ridgewood area?
Shame on you!
NOT AT ALL. It is to highlight the plight they are in, the vicious cycle of their environment and the little help they get.

You couldn't have been more wrong. Procedes from this documentary are going to homeless outreach programs.
Joe

Lady Lake, FL

#8 Nov 7, 2012
All of those churches in Volusia County. Not one property pays taxes. Churches become a permanent fixture, on land that should be used for a business. Calgary Academy tried to ban a bikini bar on RT.1 they fought & the owner fought back. The Daytona beach News Jounal allows these religious organizations to voice their opinions about, the community, does anyone else? Doesn't seem so...? Those tax free properties & all of those churches raise YOUR" taxes that creates forclosures, people become homeless- resort to crime, out of desperation, and the Methodist church has a food drive, for the homeless, and they praise themselves for doing it. Religious Organizations are just that!! Organized crime. Hypocrites!!!
HdDog57

Wilmington, IL

#9 Nov 16, 2012
Kinky. I think you are a sicko looking for ???
true floridian

United States

#10 Nov 16, 2012
I agree with Joe. Churches are not what they used to be, they are now for making money, plain and simple. But in response to Chapters in Ormond, i had friends visit from out of town and they stopped to get gas at the racetrack. While there they encountered a couple of girls from Cheaters who were approaching men at the racetrack with very little clothing on to offer services. Also a friend, who is now divorced after 20 something years, walked into Cheaters to find her husband and observed another man at the bar going at it with one of the girls. There is prostitution going on there, and they know it. What do you really think goes on in the back rooms?
HdDog57

Wilmington, IL

#11 Nov 17, 2012
true floridian wrote:
I agree with Joe. Churches are not what they used to be, they are now for making money, plain and simple. But in response to Chapters in Ormond, i had friends visit from out of town and they stopped to get gas at the racetrack. While there they encountered a couple of girls from Cheaters who were approaching men at the racetrack with very little clothing on to offer services. Also a friend, who is now divorced after 20 something years, walked into Cheaters to find her husband and observed another man at the bar going at it with one of the girls. There is prostitution going on there, and they know it. What do you really think goes on in the back rooms?
A lot of churches area good thing for the most part. There are several that have some very shady people handling the tithes and collection plate cash. Go to a gamblers anonymous mtg and see what hollyhill pastor shows up
joe

Lady Lake, FL

#12 Nov 23, 2012
true floridian wrote:
I agree with Joe. Churches are not what they used to be, they are now for making money, plain and simple. But in response to Chapters in Ormond, i had friends visit from out of town and they stopped to get gas at the racetrack. While there they encountered a couple of girls from Cheaters who were approaching men at the racetrack with very little clothing on to offer services. Also a friend, who is now divorced after 20 something years, walked into Cheaters to find her husband and observed another man at the bar going at it with one of the girls. There is prostitution going on there, and they know it. What do you really think goes on in the back rooms?
One person tells a story about two other people, involving a situation that looks suspicious, and there may be some fact to that story. Your friend may be right, but you're still only repeating what you have heard. Based on that idea, a backroom still remains a possibility, that only becomes a stronger possibilty because, the church, gave the club owner a hard time. Business in a backroom was forced out to the street, now it becomes a matter of damage causing a bigger problem. Opinions of a negative story can be accepted as fact, because it sounds more intersting than a story based on truth. Media twists that hold the interest of the reader, embelished stories, that make the truth sound implausable. That's the News Journal not you.. Religious oranization want to tell people, that they are entiled to their opinion, as individuals, and they use their religious beleifs and group efforts, to avoid anyone elses idea. A none smoker- went into cheaters disappointed because of the smoke, and the way the girls looked, it didn't stop him, from going, or pursuing a backroom, which he did, only be to learn that the bikini stay's on in a private room, during a lap dance. It's a lot of effort for someone with those reasons not to go & ends up going anyway. They said they would go back and talk to the same girl. Situations don't mean that it's a fact, in this case either, the problem isn't just about finding the truth, it's about finding the truth and fixing it!
Gluteus Maximus

Bethpage, NY

#13 Nov 26, 2012
Joe wrote:
All of those churches in Volusia County. Not one property pays taxes. Churches become a permanent fixture, on land that should be used for a business. Calgary Academy tried to ban a bikini bar on RT.1 they fought & the owner fought back. The Daytona beach News Jounal allows these religious organizations to voice their opinions about, the community, does anyone else? Doesn't seem so...? Those tax free properties & all of those churches raise YOUR" taxes that creates forclosures, people become homeless- resort to crime, out of desperation, and the Methodist church has a food drive, for the homeless, and they praise themselves for doing it. Religious Organizations are just that!! Organized crime. Hypocrites!!!
Calgary Academy?? What do they do there, study western Canada?
Joe

Lady Lake, FL

#14 Nov 30, 2012
It's a typo, it's supposed to say Calvary.
cloudweller

Pittsburgh, PA

#15 Dec 2, 2012
Simply speaking,what used to be America,no onger exists.
A complete breakdown of family unit
Destruction of Dad,as head of household
Filth on TV,motion pictures,radio and advertising
Elite White Power Structure using blacks
and women'smovements{paid by Rockefeller}
to tax husband/wife to both work,more taxes.
Race mixing caused by NWO and wealthy Zionists
to cause anarchy.Sets stage for Homeland Security
Port Orange,Florida area house to house search gun
confiscstion
See interviews with Gloria Steinhem,Bella Abzug
Henry Kissinger
Socialism,after Whites are totally disarmed,
raped,murdered.
Google Jacob Zuma and annihilation of White babies.
PO Voice

United States

#16 Dec 30, 2012
It is sad that we have to attack each other personally for our views. I do like cloudweller's post, stating our society is losing control. We as a society have decided to proceed through life without a moral foundation or compass. This doesn't have to be religion, but was used in past generations to have a civilized society. The only rules we are guided by are the laws forced upon us by our government. Shouldn't we have rules for ourselves as a community? Have we really stretched liberty to the point where we feel we can do whatever we want, whenever we want?
Joe

Lady Lake, FL

#17 Mar 8, 2013
PO Voice wrote:
It is sad that we have to attack each other personally for our views. I do like cloudweller's post, stating our society is losing control. We as a society have decided to proceed through life without a moral foundation or compass. This doesn't have to be religion, but was used in past generations to have a civilized society. The only rules we are guided by are the laws forced upon us by our government. Shouldn't we have rules for ourselves as a community? Have we really stretched liberty to the point where we feel we can do whatever we want, whenever we want?
And yet no one is to blame until the means will justify the actions of anyone individual. Marriage= head of the household[not gender specific by the way] The legal system places a monotary value on personal relationships. Reality televsion the Federal communications commission- Public opinion interferes with jury selection. extended freedom of the press interferes with public opinion. High interest loans caused by the federal national mortgage co.[Fannie Mae-] creted a homeless problem. Community supports small business. The impact eventually caused the decline for human rights as individuals. Middle class society, became lower middle class. The level of poverty regarding anyone race origin or belief always exsisted. The conflict has become united and caused serious tension. Public involvment in any high profile crime is illegal!!! outside of being a witness=[the stand your ground rule makes that point. Finding out where the problem is won't be enough- fixing the problem becomes a problem based on lack of momentum. Every problem listed is THE GOVERNMENT> This is no ones FAULT!
Joe

Lady Lake, FL

#18 Mar 8, 2013
Another point. $3.86 a gallon rising to $4 in different areas of the country. Driving 10 + miles to look for or get a job. If the average american is not working, crime statistics are out of control, just based on human survival. If an average american is working, survival is minimized by the increase/fluxuation of gasoline. Insisting on computer aplications is joined by the problem of gasoline, where the two promblem are impacted, into one problem.
wondering

Great Meadows, NJ

#19 Mar 27, 2013
hey , I'm thinkin about coming to Florida . I haven't been since the mid 80s.. I love the beach , ocean , but from what I'm reading its getting bad there . I don't know what area is a good place to be . I use to spend time in daytona , melbourne , Hialeah areas but again that was late 70s to mid 80s . Had relatives that lived near miami . Any advice ? Thanks.

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