riggitty-aye

El Monte, CA

#64 Oct 3, 2010
michael wrote:
those gangs on the rez are just a bunch of nothings. they are all fake and if they were to go to a big city like cali they would all die.
Haahahh! California's a state not a city...dumbass!
riggitty-aye

El Monte, CA

#65 Oct 3, 2010
North Country wrote:
Doesn't anyone here have any kind words? These kind of attitudes would surely make a ship sink in the ocean.
Go to sleep!
Crazy

Wagner, SD

#66 Oct 4, 2010
Funny stuff
BigD

Palm Bay, FL

#67 Oct 4, 2010
Hey bubs You n dirty wouldnt stand a chance outside of your rathole... Thanks for being part of the dumbest gangland to date
NYCrip

Waterbury, CT

#69 Oct 8, 2010
This is hilarious!
Mitch

United States

#70 Oct 8, 2010
If tinky winky started a gang it would be called the wild boys......wild boyz are bitches
G MONEY

Miami, FL

#72 Oct 8, 2010
Those guys are a JOKE!!! wow what a waste of a good shoe..gangland is about gangsters not retards! GOOOOO GAYBOYS
Chris

United States

#73 Oct 8, 2010
The producers must have been sniffing paint thinner with these lames ass dudes to even air this poor excuse of a episode. Never seen a thug wear a spurs basketball jersey when it's snowing outside. These guys are tools. Broke as hell too!! Most gangs atleast have a decent hustle to bring in cash. Wild boyz look like they met at the welfare line And decided to be broke and pathetic with each other. I didn't see a single dead body. My lil sister girl scout have a higher kill count than these bitches. Wild boys... If you can save enough food stamps and buy a computer to read this... Do me a favor KILL YOURSELF!
Bill

East Hampton, CT

#74 Oct 8, 2010
It is difficult to believe some of the comments here. It seems to me that mot of the people with smart ass comments have never even been to Pine Ridge, so let me paint a picture.

I rode my motorcycle to Sturgis this summer. Pine Ridge is not far, so I rode there also. I "rode the rez", which means there was a ride all through the Pine Ridge reservation. The land is useless. God couldn't grow anything like a crop there. Many people have no running water. Unemployment is close to 80%, with no hope (and that's the key) of any meaningful work becoming available. No one knows (everyone knows) where the US aid money goes once it gets to Pine Ridge because it's controlled by a select few, and most of the money doesn't get to the people. It's been that way for a hundred years. Because it is an independent nation, outsiders can't get involved to help. In the US we've built this terrible system for these indians. Sure, they have blown things also with the drinking, but we set them up to lose.

The original reservation was 30 times larger than the current land mass. It originally included must of the Black Hill, a very sacred spot for these people. After agreeing to the original size, the US government then changed their minds and sold off 29/30th of it to land speculation, leaving only the worst possible land for the Souix. As a final insult, we built a national monument on their sacred land honoring our presidents, and not honoring anything to do with the indian culture. I was there 30 years ago and didn't understand how insulting Mt. Rushmore is to the indians. This time I was insulted to to see how gaudy the place is. Now there is a long walk down an asphalt path covered with flags from around the world. Hollywood, and disgraceful.

I saw the drinking on the rez. One Saturday night, I saw about 35 men, paper bags in hand waving at our bikes and yelling hello. For these people having a bike like mine was jut as possible as my having the crown jewels of europe. No chance at all.

The next silly question that most raise is why don't they leave? It's a complex answer, but generation of being told they are worthless doesn't exactly provide the courage to try leaving. And looking at all the european cultures that stayed in their own "neighborhoods" (the italians in the north end, the irish in the south end, etc), part of the answer lies in the cultural sense that it's "safe" to stay together.

So instead of laughing at the wild boyz, and having this sore continue, what are you doing about it?
BigJ

Oklahoma City, OK

#75 Oct 8, 2010
The reason people are in gangs, they are not man enough to be alone. They shoot from cars and run like cockroaches. Real men duke it out with fists or brains. When I was in school, these guys acted tough when they were all together but get them alone, they would not even look your way because without their back up, they are weak. Most can't read or write and will wind up in prison on our tax money. When not in prison, they live off women. Their grandmothers or girlfriends. Most can't drive because they can't pass the written test. These are people to look up to. Cockroaches
wild boys die

Salt Lake City, UT

#76 Oct 8, 2010
I hate wild boys.I hope u die slow
city tribe

Arlington, VA

#77 Oct 8, 2010
Proud Horse wrote:
<quoted text>
Try saying that to a Native in Heart Butte and see how you fair afterwards.
So there are alot of gangs in Heart Butt? I mean Butte lol.
city tribe

Arlington, VA

#78 Oct 8, 2010
Bill wrote:
It is difficult to believe some of the comments here. It seems to me that mot of the people with smart ass comments have never even been to Pine Ridge, so let me paint a picture.
I rode my motorcycle to Sturgis this summer. Pine Ridge is not far, so I rode there also. I "rode the rez", which means there was a ride all through the Pine Ridge reservation. The land is useless. God couldn't grow anything like a crop there. Many people have no running water. Unemployment is close to 80%, with no hope (and that's the key) of any meaningful work becoming available. No one knows (everyone knows) where the US aid money goes once it gets to Pine Ridge because it's controlled by a select few, and most of the money doesn't get to the people. It's been that way for a hundred years. Because it is an independent nation, outsiders can't get involved to help. In the US we've built this terrible system for these indians. Sure, they have blown things also with the drinking, but we set them up to lose.
The original reservation was 30 times larger than the current land mass. It originally included must of the Black Hill, a very sacred spot for these people. After agreeing to the original size, the US government then changed their minds and sold off 29/30th of it to land speculation, leaving only the worst possible land for the Souix. As a final insult, we built a national monument on their sacred land honoring our presidents, and not honoring anything to do with the indian culture. I was there 30 years ago and didn't understand how insulting Mt. Rushmore is to the indians. This time I was insulted to to see how gaudy the place is. Now there is a long walk down an asphalt path covered with flags from around the world. Hollywood, and disgraceful.
I saw the drinking on the rez. One Saturday night, I saw about 35 men, paper bags in hand waving at our bikes and yelling hello. For these people having a bike like mine was jut as possible as my having the crown jewels of europe. No chance at all.
The next silly question that most raise is why don't they leave? It's a complex answer, but generation of being told they are worthless doesn't exactly provide the courage to try leaving. And looking at all the european cultures that stayed in their own "neighborhoods" (the italians in the north end, the irish in the south end, etc), part of the answer lies in the cultural sense that it's "safe" to stay together.
So instead of laughing at the wild boyz, and having this sore continue, what are you doing about it?
Well thanks for wasting my time on that. I kept reading thinking you were going to tell me something useful about the gang, but instead you just gave me a little bit of history on the Natives. The last i checked, this was about the gang WildBoyz, not the Natives as a whole. And just to let you know, they obviously dont care about the heritage. So next time you ride to sturgis, wear a helmet so you dont get any more brain damage and maybe you can stick to the topic next time.
SmokieWilliams 605Lurkerz

Sioux Falls, SD

#80 Oct 13, 2010
Shyt whats good S.F S.D not from pine ridge but ima wildboy lol nah joking from the su fu shyt we dont gangbang round here man we just collect money and smoke that Bomb B..but yea that wildboyz show was some thing else man, come round here though leave with some holes the size of your ear lobs yea dig....
SmokieWilliams 605Lurkerz

Sioux Falls, SD

#81 Oct 13, 2010
Shyt i ant a gang or nothing like that 605 Lurkerz is a legal record label that is being started by me..605 Lurkerz and Homestead Hustle is the new thing we trying to start a good movement where there is no violence no killing...but then realized this is 2010 and that's whats on every one mind...so u come round me i got every right to do what i need to do..i dont go out lookin for trouble lookin for people waving there rag for reppin there hood..i just mind mine..
Chief blow me

Herndon, VA

#82 Oct 13, 2010
This hands down was the funniest show ever. I don't even think you could call them a real gang. Just a bunch of losers that hang out with each other. I feel bad for the natives that have to live on the reservations with these chumps. Just watch any other gangland episode and compare to these guys. I also loved how one of the founders says he never stays strapped. He just calls his homies....lol for what so they can just shoot in the air? Apparently that is the only shooting they do besides missing targets...pathetic.
Dave

Anaheim, CA

#83 Oct 13, 2010
Bill, the land is not useless...it is priceless. Please read my dated article about all the great potential. Leadership is needed to talk about and implement new technology...Pine Ridge has been ignored which is very sad, but opportunity does exist. When jobs, water, housing and agriculture starts full bore, the depression and lack of hope will fade. The top trader with Ralson Purina told me that everything has value...and we made much money buying commodities that were not in favor. My Navajo leader friend told me where the money goes...the needs are so great...the young and old require the most medical...roads...infrastructu re, etc...and our Congress has forgotten them as big corporate funds influence votes. Suggest you read up on algae for biodiesel...
juicythickness

United States

#84 Oct 14, 2010
dirty reminds me of my ex, looks wise...i wouldnt mind getting at dirty lol just saying
josh t

Muleshoe, TX

#85 Oct 14, 2010
every town and every city has a hood no matter how big or small. they didnt choose to grow up there it jus happened that way. alot of you shit talkin' bitches would prolly bang the same "wild boys" if you were from Pine Ridge so SHUT THE FUCK UP...by the way if ur not from Texas you dont know what real gang bangin is anyways...
tom

Lamont, CA

#86 Oct 14, 2010
Bubs is a tubbalard who can't fight talks a big game but is a joke.

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