Elmont man stabs another during argum...

Elmont man stabs another during argument, cops say

There are 31 comments on the Newsday story from Apr 12, 2008, titled Elmont man stabs another during argument, cops say. In it, Newsday reports that:

An Elmont man was charged Saturday with assault and criminal possession of a weapon after he stabbed another man during an argument, Nassau police said.

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jack

AOL

#1 Apr 12, 2008
Elmont was a great place to live, such a shame what happened to that area.
Belmont Park

Norwalk, CT

#2 Apr 12, 2008
Remember Esposito's on Plainfield Avenue? Elmont was a swell place.

The "diversity" has torn it to shreds. Just like every other place the blonds and the blue-eyes leave.
Elmont man

Great Neck, NY

#5 Apr 12, 2008
The Mont is just attached to qnz..it's not really long island
James Earl Ray

United States

#6 Apr 13, 2008
Elmont is in need of an ethnic cleansing. This nonsense never happened when only Jews and Italians lived there. It's a shame that it has become so ghetto.
yup

Old Bridge, NJ

#7 Apr 13, 2008
I just knew I could get my morning dose of racism by clicking on the comments feature for this article.
duped again

Greenville, SC

#8 Apr 13, 2008
Hey Yup- so glad you are satisfied. let's see what you think when your childhood hometown changes into a slum- Obviously you cannot seperate the truth from fiction- I see you are from HIcksville so you have not experienced it yet.But do not fear, you too will have the opportunity, unless of course you leave beforehand, which I have no doubt will be the case. All the while you will insist you are leaving for some such reason as longing for more environmentally safer locations, while the truth will be that you too want to protect your real estate investment by being one of the first to go- we have called you a block buster in the past. You are no different now, you just shroud ythe truth in liberal hogwash.
pat

AOL

#9 Apr 13, 2008
I grew up there and it was predominantly Italian and Jewish. I seriously would like someone to tell me a neighborhood made better by the influx and eventual takeover of the neighborhood by Hispanic illegals and blacks. Not one I know of. You run like hell to get out of there. Minorities, at least the good law abiding ones don't even want to live there. They try to live in better neighborhoods. Why is it racism all the time being screamed when the truth is told as it is. Look at every neighborhood that went to the two above groups I mentioned. Pure and simply the truth. Why does it make some people uncomfortable and lash out with name calling when the truth is simply put out there.I would love to see a lovely model neighborhood worked hard to be made better so as to prove my statement wrong. Come on people of the minority persuasion. Clean up your neighborhood, stop with the damn crime, get jobs and believe me they are out there if you want them. Help wanted signs in many stores, businesses, etc. But it is more appealing to live on welfare, drink, drug, hang out on the streets as in New Cassel, Wyandanch, CI. Stop having baby after baby women, set an example for your children, have some motivation to live better lives and then and only then will people respect you and more importantly you will respect yourselves. But to those so quick to cry racism, not one thing I have said is untrue. If you squirm in your panties and boxers, so be it. You as they say, can't handle the truth.
Lib Hater

Bronx, NY

#10 Apr 13, 2008
Keep the White Neigborhoods White. Racial Steering was used for a reason. Now we all can see what that reason was.
All American

Bronx, NY

#11 Apr 13, 2008
It's not Racism. It's the truth. Blacks and Spanish destroy good White Neighborhoods. Keep them out.
All American

Bronx, NY

#12 Apr 13, 2008
pat wrote:
I grew up there and it was predominantly Italian and Jewish. I seriously would like someone to tell me a neighborhood made better by the influx and eventual takeover of the neighborhood by Hispanic illegals and blacks. Not one I know of. You run like hell to get out of there. Minorities, at least the good law abiding ones don't even want to live there. They try to live in better neighborhoods. Why is it racism all the time being screamed when the truth is told as it is. Look at every neighborhood that went to the two above groups I mentioned. Pure and simply the truth. Why does it make some people uncomfortable and lash out with name calling when the truth is simply put out there.I would love to see a lovely model neighborhood worked hard to be made better so as to prove my statement wrong. Come on people of the minority persuasion. Clean up your neighborhood, stop with the damn crime, get jobs and believe me they are out there if you want them. Help wanted signs in many stores, businesses, etc. But it is more appealing to live on welfare, drink, drug, hang out on the streets as in New Cassel, Wyandanch, CI. Stop having baby after baby women, set an example for your children, have some motivation to live better lives and then and only then will people respect you and more importantly you will respect yourselves. But to those so quick to cry racism, not one thing I have said is untrue. If you squirm in your panties and boxers, so be it. You as they say, can't handle the truth.
You got it right. Name one. Just one decent, safe, classy Black or Spanish Neighborhood on the Planet. You can't do it. They are low lifes.
Clark Griswald

East Northport, NY

#13 Apr 13, 2008
Elmont man wrote:
The Mont is just attached to qnz..it's not really long island
And what is the name of the bridge that you use to cross into Queens from Elmont?

Long Island doesn't start at the Queens-Nassau border. Brooklyn & Queens are ON Long Island.

The Battle of Long Island in the Revolutionary War was fought in Brooklyn.
Fotoguy

Syosset, NY

#14 Apr 13, 2008
jack wrote:
Elmont was a great place to live, such a shame what happened to that area.
Yeah, you're right. It was full of Italians. Now the chimps are in & the place has gone to hell
Fotoguy

Syosset, NY

#15 Apr 13, 2008
pat wrote:
I grew up there and it was predominantly Italian and Jewish. I seriously would like someone to tell me a neighborhood made better by the influx and eventual takeover of the neighborhood by Hispanic illegals and blacks. Not one I know of. You run like hell to get out of there. Minorities, at least the good law abiding ones don't even want to live there. They try to live in better neighborhoods. Why is it racism all the time being screamed when the truth is told as it is. Look at every neighborhood that went to the two above groups I mentioned. Pure and simply the truth. Why does it make some people uncomfortable and lash out with name calling when the truth is simply put out there.I would love to see a lovely model neighborhood worked hard to be made better so as to prove my statement wrong. Come on people of the minority persuasion. Clean up your neighborhood, stop with the damn crime, get jobs and believe me they are out there if you want them. Help wanted signs in many stores, businesses, etc. But it is more appealing to live on welfare, drink, drug, hang out on the streets as in New Cassel, Wyandanch, CI. Stop having baby after baby women, set an example for your children, have some motivation to live better lives and then and only then will people respect you and more importantly you will respect yourselves. But to those so quick to cry racism, not one thing I have said is untrue. If you squirm in your panties and boxers, so be it. You as they say, can't handle the truth.
Very true. My hometown was Irvington, NJ. A great place to grow up or live. The blacks moved in & the place has become a crime riddled slum
espos

AOL

#16 Apr 13, 2008
have you seen Espositos now? It went from a Fried Chicken Place to a Mexican Church. Floral Park is taking bids on building the wall around the town.
Belmont Park wrote:
Remember Esposito's on Plainfield Avenue? Elmont was a swell place.
The "diversity" has torn it to shreds. Just like every other place the blonds and the blue-eyes leave.
Jesse

Fairbanks, AK

#17 Apr 13, 2008
Dude...where's my walet ?
Nick

Huntington, NY

#19 Apr 13, 2008
I agree. I, too, would love to see a strong, stable, safe, diverse neighborhood where blacks, whites, and spanish people put forth efforts to maintain a worthwhile suburban American neighborhood. I'd buy a house there! I'm sick of jumping on the whole white flight train, always running to not be left behind, whenever a black family moves in.
pat wrote:
I grew up there and it was predominantly Italian and Jewish. I seriously would like someone to tell me a neighborhood made better by the influx and eventual takeover of the neighborhood by Hispanic illegals and blacks. Not one I know of. You run like hell to get out of there. Minorities, at least the good law abiding ones don't even want to live there. They try to live in better neighborhoods. Why is it racism all the time being screamed when the truth is told as it is. Look at every neighborhood that went to the two above groups I mentioned. Pure and simply the truth. Why does it make some people uncomfortable and lash out with name calling when the truth is simply put out there.I would love to see a lovely model neighborhood worked hard to be made better so as to prove my statement wrong. Come on people of the minority persuasion. Clean up your neighborhood, stop with the damn crime, get jobs and believe me they are out there if you want them. Help wanted signs in many stores, businesses, etc. But it is more appealing to live on welfare, drink, drug, hang out on the streets as in New Cassel, Wyandanch, CI. Stop having baby after baby women, set an example for your children, have some motivation to live better lives and then and only then will people respect you and more importantly you will respect yourselves. But to those so quick to cry racism, not one thing I have said is untrue. If you squirm in your panties and boxers, so be it. You as they say, can't handle the truth.
Southbound

Bronx, NY

#20 Apr 13, 2008
pat wrote:
I grew up there and it was predominantly Italian and Jewish. I seriously would like someone to tell me a neighborhood made better by the influx and eventual takeover of the neighborhood by Hispanic illegals and blacks. Not one I know of. You run like hell to get out of there. Minorities, at least the good law abiding ones don't even want to live there. They try to live in better neighborhoods. Why is it racism all the time being screamed when the truth is told as it is. Look at every neighborhood that went to the two above groups I mentioned. Pure and simply the truth. Why does it make some people uncomfortable and lash out with name calling when the truth is simply put out there.I would love to see a lovely model neighborhood worked hard to be made better so as to prove my statement wrong. Come on people of the minority persuasion. Clean up your neighborhood, stop with the damn crime, get jobs and believe me they are out there if you want them. Help wanted signs in many stores, businesses, etc. But it is more appealing to live on welfare, drink, drug, hang out on the streets as in New Cassel, Wyandanch, CI. Stop having baby after baby women, set an example for your children, have some motivation to live better lives and then and only then will people respect you and more importantly you will respect yourselves. But to those so quick to cry racism, not one thing I have said is untrue. If you squirm in your panties and boxers, so be it. You as they say, can't handle the truth.
My family moved out of Freeport many years ago for just the reasons you describe Pat. Liberals, blacks, Hispanics; like it or not, this is the perceived truth. There is very little proof out there to the contrary. Many of us don't want it to be so.... but we are 'realists'. Not racists, realists.
UH-OH

Huntington, NY

#21 Apr 13, 2008
1989 Elmont was Great, Blockpartys and Good times good schools, Tss, The st.vincent Feast, Nina's Pizza , now it is horrible, I drive by my old house and the christmas lights are hanging from the roof to the garage! Just Dangling too lazy even yank them down..Maybe they are afraid of the Lion that will jump out of the Lawn Because the Grass is 4 ft High,
ILUVLI

Orlando, FL

#22 Apr 13, 2008
duped again wrote:
Hey Yup- so glad you are satisfied. let's see what you think when your childhood hometown changes into a slum- Obviously you cannot seperate the truth from fiction- I see you are from HIcksville so you have not experienced it yet.But do not fear, you too will have the opportunity, unless of course you leave beforehand, which I have no doubt will be the case. All the while you will insist you are leaving for some such reason as longing for more environmentally safer locations, while the truth will be that you too want to protect your real estate investment by being one of the first to go- we have called you a block buster in the past. You are no different now, you just shroud ythe truth in liberal hogwash.
Well
said.
yup

Old Bridge, NJ

#23 Apr 13, 2008
duped again wrote:
Hey Yup- so glad you are satisfied. let's see what you think when your childhood hometown changes into a slum- Obviously you cannot seperate the truth from fiction- I see you are from HIcksville so you have not experienced it yet.But do not fear, you too will have the opportunity, unless of course you leave beforehand, which I have no doubt will be the case. All the while you will insist you are leaving for some such reason as longing for more environmentally safer locations, while the truth will be that you too want to protect your real estate investment by being one of the first to go- we have called you a block buster in the past. You are no different now, you just shroud ythe truth in liberal hogwash.
I love the way that you thought you pinned me politically and every other way based on my one line message. Did you ever think that maybe I WANTED a dose of morning racism? OK actually I didn't, but let me ask you something -- who are you blaming Mastic Beach on? Just hispanics exclusively, or are we willing to admit that "white trash" that's right, WHITE people are mostly responsible for the crime there?
Can we at least *consider* the possiblity that low income can be tied to crime as well as cultural factors? If you don't think so, check poor parts of America that DON'T have any black people. Then visit some black people in the Hamptons.

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