wow

United States

#21 Jun 18, 2008
Chris wrote:
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How funny. You're the one who seems to be able to spell and write coherently when you're asking people to sign the mayoral recall petition. Is "wow" the name you use when you revert to your knuckle dragging normal self?
well yeah duh
TACO BELL

United States

#22 Jun 18, 2008
Felix U Gomez wrote:
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Your @ss doesn't really count as a creditable source baboso. I'd much rather enjoy a lunch at Los Arcos or any other restaurant in Juarez than anywhere in Bagdad.
Los Arcos, really good seafood restaurant.
unknown

Salt Lake City, UT

#23 Jun 21, 2008
I say Juarez
jaberwocky

El Paso, TX

#24 Jun 21, 2008
Vote for Juarez, the country where citizens don't know the meaning of contraception. 5 kids per family at least, that's the norm. I think it's so funny when people from mexico ask my wife and I why we don't kids yet if we've been married for 3 years and they ask if we have a medical problem hahaha. I look at all the people that we know that had kids at a young age then the people we know that waited until they were older and at a better place in their life and see who is happier and successful. Hmmm I'd rather wait.
Felix U Gomez

United States

#25 Jun 23, 2008
jaberwocky wrote:
Vote for Juarez, the country where citizens don't know the meaning of contraception. 5 kids per family at least, that's the norm. I think it's so funny when people from mexico ask my wife and I why we don't kids yet if we've been married for 3 years and they ask if we have a medical problem hahaha. I look at all the people that we know that had kids at a young age then the people we know that waited until they were older and at a better place in their life and see who is happier and successful. Hmmm I'd rather wait.
B.S. The real reason why you don't have kids is because of your limp noddle and you know it. Perhaps one of those real fertile Mexicans you mention could service your wife (if one isn't doing it already ;) and give you a son.

P.S. Look up your satisticks before you open un your piehole and say something dumb. Mexico's average child per woman rate is only slightly higher than the U.S. 2.1 children/woman.
Danny

Glasgow, UK

#26 Sep 29, 2008
rooi wrote:
Stupid ranking, Johannesburg is the most dangerous city in the world. As a result of its high crime rate, the CBD of the city, the Hillbrow district has now been taken by the criminals, being the new CBD in the most luxurious suburb of Johannesburg, Sandton City. Tourists are suppossed to never visit Johannesburg... The few policemen in Johannesburg are paid by criminals to not arrest them, and also remembering that South Africa is the country with the highest rates of rapes, carjacking and assaults per capita. The second highest rate of murders, after Colombia.
Any city of Mexico or Latam more dangerous than Johannesburg? Yeh... And humans live forever.
Haha! That's a biased post if ever I've seen it. There are many cities in Latin America more dangerous than Johannesburg.*rolls eyes*
Teresa

United States

#27 Sep 29, 2008
If there's ever a dumbest city in the world, El Paso, TX should be #1.
Miguel Alvarez Fuentes

El Paso, TX

#28 Sep 29, 2008
A bit of time has passed since Doroteo posted this and while it was BS at the time the murders in Juarez are a little over 1000 now. While Juarez may still not be the most dangers city in the world it is making a strong push for the position. Juarenses have no regard for human life...A cuple of guys at a car wash where killed for putting to much Armor all on the tires of a Hummer...a bank was robbed and a police man who was close chased them for a block and turned to hid. Source http://www.lapolaka.com/

So those of you who think Juarez is not one of the most dangeres cities in the world I invite you to dinner at a nice restaurant there.
Jerry

Cambridge, MA

#29 Oct 7, 2008
I say the most dangerous cities in North America, if you were to include Ciudad Juarez, you must include Tijuana and Mexico City. Tijuana has a huge drug trafficking problem. The worst part about it is that the police officers are corrupted. That is not to say that Baghdad shouldn't be number one. But who is ever going to Baghdad for vacation. What should concern us are the cities that we may visit and Tijuana has many tourists but Tijuana, I would never go to Tijuana, I would list Tijuana over Ciudad Juarez based on this news article: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081005/ap_on_re_...
Redneck from Richmond Tex

El Paso, TX

#30 Oct 7, 2008
Teresa wrote:
If there's ever a dumbest city in the world, El Paso, TX should be #1.
Teresa the bigot.

Never anything good to say.

Good day teresa.
Ray

El Paso, TX

#31 Oct 7, 2008
unknown wrote:
I say Juarez
Juarez is probably in the top ten.
Rob

Brookline, MA

#32 Oct 16, 2008
Ok, Everyone check this out I don't know where all of you people get your info but you outta go and check some of these cities out yourself. There is no city in the U.S. that is or even compared to the danger in the Middle east. I don't even care if you bring up the L.A. riots. You have to go to some of these places and get the first hand experience to say that. I can honestly say that in Iraq or maybe just in Baghdad you here bombs going off all day long. Your see the sky light up after a damn soccer game from Ak-47's. I am one person and I personally have been blown up twice shot at by sniper fire twice, and Ambushed once in Ramadi. All this is in within 6 months in Iraq. So with that being said you computer nerds can take your CNN stories and computed lies and keep on entertaining each other with ignorance and lies.
Rob

Brookline, MA

#33 Oct 16, 2008
Oh Yea and also the polls only show how many deaths that American soldiers have and some civilains contractors but research how many Iraqis have died this year for now reason. Guess what nobody knows BC thousands have yet to be found.. Ask yourself this question. How many dead people have you seen in one day who where killed before your eyes in the street..
Lubricanos

El Paso, TX

#34 Oct 16, 2008
jaberwocky wrote:
Vote for Juarez, the country where citizens don't know the meaning of contraception. 5 kids per family at least, that's the norm. I think it's so funny when people from mexico ask my wife and I why we don't kids yet if we've been married for 3 years and they ask if we have a medical problem hahaha. I look at all the people that we know that had kids at a young age then the people we know that waited until they were older and at a better place in their life and see who is happier and successful. Hmmm I'd rather wait.
Waiting is better. Check with your gynecologist or sex doctor because sometimes it could one of you if your not using contraceptives. Their culture accepts children more easily. Did you know most European nations are having a decline in population and the trend has started here in the United States? Google in sociology and research.

Sociologists study these birth rates and population. Some peoples look at children as retirement security. Not to throw the bible. The bible tells us of how our parents take care of us and it should be reciprocal.
I truly believe in this statement. I also believe do not bring children in the world if you are not ready for the responsibility. Children are beautiful and represent the best/worst of the family.
harris

Mission Viejo, CA

#35 Oct 18, 2008
i feel safer in karachi, pakistan then i do in los angeles,dc, new york or any other major city in america. got a chance to go to swat valley before the militants 4 years ago. most beautiful place on earth
UTEP student

El Paso, TX

#36 Oct 18, 2008
harris wrote:
i feel safer in karachi, pakistan then i do in los angeles,dc, new york or any other major city in america. got a chance to go to swat valley before the militants 4 years ago. most beautiful place on earth
Is it the next resort vacation spot?
Xeno

Vårby, Sweden

#37 Nov 8, 2008
Doroteo Arango wrote:
Rank City Country
1 Ciudad Juarez Mexico
2 Baghdad Iraq
3 Swat valley Pakistan
4 Kabul Afghanistan
5 Mogadishu Somalia
6 Washington DC United States
7 Rio de Janeiro Brazil
8 Caracas Venezuela
9 Medellin Colombia
10 Guatemala City Guatemala
11 Johannseburg South Africa
Okay,# 2,3,4 and perhaps 5 are all MESSED UP!

Baghdad - wartorn, why are you including such places? Even Iraqis themselves would migrate from there.

Swat valley Pakistan??? Think you mixed up some geography here...

Waziristan - the place in the southwestern part of the ''Federally administered areas''(not controlled by the Pak gov but tribal leaders')...

Swat valley is a remote, mountainous, tourist place. I was there in 2006, the people are simple, poor, farmers and villagers. Why the hell would put this place in number 3???

Mangora city Swat - following the 911 drama, extremist influenced spread further in the NWFP yes, so they probably bombed gov facilities there, but if you're a tourist you won't have any problems.
israp san

American Fork, UT

#38 Nov 12, 2008
dude I cant believe I live in the most dangeroust city in the world esmas I certanly agree with you because people in there are not even safe with their houses locked. and the worst gang in that city is refuego 15 and I live in that gang
mar

Fort Collins, CO

#39 Dec 4, 2008
Doroteo Arango wrote:
Unreal that we live next to number one!!!!
unreal that one of them is WHERE WE LIVE! duh!
indylatino

Champaign, IL

#40 Dec 17, 2008
simple fact is 10,500 deaths in mexico about 7,500 of them in Cuidad Juarez between 2006-2008 and thas more than double that has occured in war in Iraq since they invaded Baghdad in 2003,, Those are scary numbers!!

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