Sedamsville
cleaner

Newark, OH

#1 Apr 2, 2014
Sedamsville

scum in court today

off to prison for killing children

set an example for other Price Hill trash

clean up our neighborhoods

destroy all garbage

our life's work

onward
Charlie

Cincinnati, OH

#2 Apr 2, 2014
That dude only got 3yrs. for killing the child and 3yrs. first a gun charge. Set an example? You on crack. 3yrs. for killing a child is an insult to the child and the community. Best thing for that neighborhood is a bull dozer. Start pushing and don't stop till you reach the river.
better

New Albany, IN

#3 Apr 3, 2014
yes

you speak well

bulldozers are excellent

but fire would be so much better

and lots and hots of it

burn everything

clean
worst

New Albany, IN

#4 Apr 3, 2014
Can you believe that used to be a fairly okay neighborhood? Sedamsville was always poor, but at least working class. When did it become a dumping ground for third generation heroin addicts? If you remember the old "Boldface Park" sign that used to be across from the bus shelter. Those apartments up the street need to be bombed flat and start over.
Mobile

New Albany, IN

#5 Apr 4, 2014
Gunther - Sensible Prick

Cincinnati, OH

#6 Apr 4, 2014
Mobile wrote:
Get your head out of your ass. See the truth for once. That neighborhood has been in decline for decades. OLPH closed/was abandoned in 1989. I managed to salvage a scrap of one of the stained glass windows from amongst the thousands of broken beer bottles. We know the reality...

http://www.abandonedonline.net/locations/chur...
Lotus

Louisville, KY

#7 Jun 2, 2014
broken beer bottles are cool
they symbolize scum and villany
our culture declining into louts and pigs
like you
Tony

Louisville, KY

#8 Jun 14, 2014
Dude! Stealing stained glass from a church. What filth!

"Salvaged", huh. Right.
Section 8

Louisville, KY

#9 Jun 30, 2014
The Eatondale Apartments are the happenin' hot spot now on the West Side

New trendy gen-TRY-fried livin' for all you Over The Rhine and Northside garbage

buy a condo now
Grunter - Boring Yuppie

Louisville, KY

#10 Nov 22, 2014
Gunther - Sensible Prick wrote:
<quoted text>
Get your head out of your ass. See the truth for once. That neighborhood has been in decline for decades. OLPH closed/was abandoned in 1989. I managed to salvage a scrap of one of the stained glass windows from amongst the thousands of broken beer bottles. We know the reality...
http://www.abandonedonline.net/locations/chur...
Life is not "about" relationships. Relationships are a part of life.
Life is about achievement. And if all you've achieved is to wait in Delhi
while looking for a wife, then I pity you. And I do NOT say that to hurt or insult you.
Continue sitting at the bottom of the mountain. We won't bother you again.
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#11 Nov 23, 2014
Most neighborhoods are what the residents make them.
Section 8 neighborhoods are the victims of often distant landlords that don't stay invested & residents that have no financial investment to protect.
Ever notice how section 8 neighborhoods suffer because of these 2 reasons?

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