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queensgirlscs

Springfield Gardens, NY

#190 Apr 11, 2014
Hi, I was offered a job near burnside ave along the 4 line. My shift starts from 8 am to 4pm. what is the station like around that time and I would also appreciate what the 4 line is like? Thanks everyone!
chinobx

Brooklyn, NY

#191 Apr 14, 2014
u wanna have fun in the bronx go by 149th st and jackson,cauldwell,trinity ave.....moore houses....uweee now thts real thug life at its finest
Dave Strasburg

Yavne, Israel

#192 May 3, 2014
The Bronx has an unjustifiably bad reputation. Things have obviously changed a lot in the last few years or decades. In July & August, 2013, I walked from Manhattan to Riverdale in the Bronx, then through the Bronx, Queens & Brooklyn to Coney Island (took me 7 1/2 days), through the supposedly dangerous South Bronx; & nobody as much as looked cross-eyed at me - the only people who didn't totally ignore me were the Hispanic attendant in a Radio Shack, & 2 young black women whom I asked where the nearest bus stop is. Of course, I made an effort not to make eye contact with anybody, especially with tough-looking young men. Riverdale, Fieldston, Kingsbridge, Belmont, University Heights, the Grand Concourse & Mott Haven are all interesting, & even beautiful, to walk through, especially with an architectural guidebook in hand. Even the "projects," which I call "uglies," have one major saving grace: a pleasant park, with benches & water fountains.
Paco Pinto

San Antonio, TX

#193 May 3, 2014
Dave Strasburg wrote:
The Bronx has an unjustifiably bad reputation. Things have obviously changed a lot in the last few years or decades. In July & August, 2013, I walked from Manhattan to Riverdale in the Bronx, then through the Bronx, Queens & Brooklyn to Coney Island (took me 7 1/2 days), through the supposedly dangerous South Bronx; & nobody as much as looked cross-eyed at me - the only people who didn't totally ignore me were the Hispanic attendant in a Radio Shack, & 2 young black women whom I asked where the nearest bus stop is. Of course, I made an effort not to make eye contact with anybody, especially with tough-looking young men. Riverdale, Fieldston, Kingsbridge, Belmont, University Heights, the Grand Concourse & Mott Haven are all interesting, & even beautiful, to walk through, especially with an architectural guidebook in hand. Even the "projects," which I call "uglies," have one major saving grace: a pleasant park, with benches & water fountains.
Riiiggghhht! Now tell everyone how well dressed you were in your police uniform.
Drifting to sleep

Fairfield, CA

#194 May 3, 2014
The area on boricuas bond movie looked the worst. Puerto rican neighborhood. An area straight out of a nightmare.
Alberto

Clifton Park, NY

#195 May 8, 2014
Why didn't anyone mention Highbridge?
Ron

Tarrytown, NY

#196 May 11, 2014
I was born and raised in Soundview. In my building on Evergreen I had a Congressman, Assemblyman and Councilman all living in the building. The area was well protected by what they called the TPF (Tactical Patrol Force) which were specially trained police who arrived in targeted neighborhoods in buses and were proactive in dealing with crime. They were no joke.
Even though I moved (sigh) I go back frequently for the food and the flavor of the Bronx which is equal to none. I do not consider Soundivew as being on the list of one of the worse areas. It just does not fit the bill.
Bronx Boy

Chandler, AZ

#197 Jun 15, 2014
The one sure thing to be said about Bronxites is that they're mostly illiterate, uneducated, and are NOT ashamed to let the world know it.

Just look at the nature and quality of the comments. The writing and spelling are at best 5th grade level. This unfortunate borough is packed with human debris from every part of the world. Some of them feel like they've reached paradise. But like every place they stop, these people will turn that section of the city into an enclave of the ignorant, criminal, insane, uneducated, mostly worthless "people". Wherever they settle, blight sets in. It's like a conscious virus that crawls from city to city leaving worthlessness in its path.

I left the Bronx for Arizona some time ago. Let the animals fight over their Bronx territory
shakey

Warrenville, IL

#198 Jun 16, 2014
Bronx Boy wrote:
The one sure thing to be said about Bronxites is that they're mostly illiterate, uneducated, and are NOT ashamed to let the world know it.
Just look at the nature and quality of the comments. The writing and spelling are at best 5th grade level. This unfortunate borough is packed with human debris from every part of the world. Some of them feel like they've reached paradise. But like every place they stop, these people will turn that section of the city into an enclave of the ignorant, criminal, insane, uneducated, mostly worthless "people". Wherever they settle, blight sets in. It's like a conscious virus that crawls from city to city leaving worthlessness in its path.
I left the Bronx for Arizona some time ago. Let the animals fight over their Bronx territory
You are, without a doubt, an imbecile. If you are able to judge an entire borough by the posts of a few people, you really are a jackass.
left hook

Fairfield, CA

#199 Jun 18, 2014
Wherever the most blacks are is the worst area. Just a hunch though.
Imbecile Nation

San Antonio, TX

#200 Jun 22, 2014
left hook wrote:
Wherever the most blacks are is the worst area. Just a hunch though.
Can anyone think of just one black neighborhood or one that has a majority of blacks in the US That is considered upscale & successful?
CTOWN

Huntington Station, NY

#201 Jul 2, 2014
COURTLANDTTTT
Anon

Girard, OH

#202 Jul 9, 2014
Olympicfarter1 wrote:
<quoted text>I never stop to look when cops stop someone to question them. I just keep walking and mind my own business. Obviously you were NOT minding your own business because you stopped to look and see what was going on. Why did you feel that you had to stop and look? If it was two drug dealers that had stopped and pulled guns on each other would you have stopped to look also? Would you have said that they were being rude? Why were they disrespectful because they told you to move it along because there was nothing to see there. Get over it and stop making a big deal out of nothing. I mind my own business and so should you. And by the way nothing ever changes in the Bronx. When I lived there 40 years ago the people in the Ghetto did the exact same thing. Whenever the Police stopped someone they couldn't help stopping to see what was going on instead of just minding their own business and staying out of it. Typical Ghetto culture.
That is people culture you moron
Anon

Girard, OH

#203 Jul 9, 2014
Imbecile Nation wrote:
<quoted text>
Can anyone think of just one black neighborhood or one that has a majority of blacks in the US That is considered upscale & successful?
View park Windsor hills california. Look it up. There are numerous upscale black communities. The media doesn't want you to know that
nun

Bronx, NY

#204 Aug 18, 2014
i live in the bronx it anit tht bad put if u get in to problems like with the hood u ganna get cutt

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