Police: 2 men shot inside car in Roch...

Police: 2 men shot inside car in Rochester

There are 68 comments on the WCAX-TV Burlington story from Jul 11, 2012, titled Police: 2 men shot inside car in Rochester. In it, WCAX-TV Burlington reports that:

Authorities say the two 26-year-old Rochester men were shot at about 10 p.m. Tuesday on Genesee Street near Magnolia Street.

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Otto Maimynd

United States

#1 Jul 11, 2012
This sounds like a nice neighborhood, with streets named after flowers and a river. A nice place to raise my family.
kcornell

Holley, NY

#2 Jul 11, 2012
Otto, dont go near any street in the city.

Obviously rpd and there new program works as well as johnsons fast ferry.

Duffy had it right, if he was still the mayor, actuall work and progress would be made.

Do not take your family to the soccer stabdium or the city farmers market, i know they sound like fun, but worst possible areas to gp
helpuout

Livonia Center, NY

#3 Jul 11, 2012
Aw, don't listen to him.

You should visit every street/park in the city named after Presidents, Civic leaders, historical figures and early pioneers....best time is after dark, kind of a circus/carnival atmosphere.
Otto Maimynd

United States

#4 Jul 11, 2012
Tonights family walking tour will be of the alphabet aves, starting with "A"!
helpuout

Livonia Center, NY

#5 Jul 11, 2012
Otto Maimynd wrote:
Tonights family walking tour will be of the alphabet aves, starting with "A"!
I would also check out the numerical streets(1st,2nd,3rd,ect), between Bay St and Pennsylvania Ave. Lots of multi-cultural activity.
Schlomo

Rochester, NY

#6 Jul 11, 2012
The DMV should also add driving to the hospital with bullet wounds to their road test for Rochester residents.
Otto Maimynd

United States

#7 Jul 11, 2012
Wow number streets!!! That sounds like an educational walk for my kids! And Pennsylvania Ave - love the name. Sounds so historic and quaint.
rotten chester

United States

#8 Jul 11, 2012
Otto, try doing the joseph ave run...just make sure you keep running
kcornell

United States

#9 Jul 11, 2012
Why are these guys the get shot always in their cars are on bad drug corners?

Hmmm late at night, drug area, and they both get shot.

Try not dealing or buying drugs and maybe you wont get robbed and shot.

That should be rpds new program
kenworthw900a

Conklin, NY

#10 Jul 11, 2012
You should start on ave. A ... I bet you wont make it past ave. D.
Barbara

Astoria, NY

#11 Jul 11, 2012
Otto Maimynd wrote:
This sounds like a nice neighborhood, with streets named after flowers and a river. A nice place to raise my family.
I have lived on the corner of Magnolia and Elba for 4 years now, and I love it. Neighbors are friendly, kids are moderately well-behaved. I raised my kids in the city during part of their teenaged years, and it was a wonderful experience for them. I own a business in the southwest quadrant as well, and love the location. This thread reminds me of a conversation I overheard in the 1980's between a resident of Belfast Ireland and a resident of Brooklyn NY:

--"I would never live in Belfast. It's too dangerous, bombings and religious violence."

"Are you kidding? Belfast is mostly perfectly safe. It's the media that makes it sound dangerous. I would NEVER live in New York City with all the violence and organized crime".

--"It's the movies that make you think that. New York s wonderful"

Potato, Potahto.
No sympathy for City Thug

Rochester, NY

#12 Jul 11, 2012
helpuout wrote:
<quoted text>I would also check out the numerical streets(1st,2nd,3rd,ect), between Bay St and Pennsylvania Ave. Lots of multi-cultural activity.
Pennsylvania Ave in Washington DC is where Prez Obama lives.
Lots of guys who would look like his son, if he had one, hang out on Pennsylvania Ave in Rochester.
bigsingle

Rochester, NY

#13 Jul 11, 2012
kcornell wrote:
Otto, dont go near any street in the city.
Obviously rpd and there new program works as well as johnsons fast ferry.
Duffy had it right, if he was still the mayor, actuall work and progress would be made.
Do not take your family to the soccer stabdium or the city farmers market, i know they sound like fun, but worst possible areas to gp
IF HE IS WHITE, HE CAN COME AND NOT BE SHOT. IF HE IS BLACK: DON'T COME IN THE CITY. BLACK MEN ARE SHOOTING AND KILLING BLACK MEN. MAGNOLIA AND GENESEE IS NOT A GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD. IT'S NOT A NICE ONE EITHER. GHETTO, DRUG DEALERS, AND THE WORKS.
bigsingle

Rochester, NY

#14 Jul 11, 2012
Barbara wrote:
<quoted text>
I have lived on the corner of Magnolia and Elba for 4 years now, and I love it. Neighbors are friendly, kids are moderately well-behaved. I raised my kids in the city during part of their teenaged years, and it was a wonderful experience for them. I own a business in the southwest quadrant as well, and love the location. This thread reminds me of a conversation I overheard in the 1980's between a resident of Belfast Ireland and a resident of Brooklyn NY:
--"I would never live in Belfast. It's too dangerous, bombings and religious violence."
"Are you kidding? Belfast is mostly perfectly safe. It's the media that makes it sound dangerous. I would NEVER live in New York City with all the violence and organized crime".
--"It's the movies that make you think that. New York s wonderful"
Potato, Potahto.
ELBA AND MAGNOLIA GHETTO INFESTED, GANG BANGING AND THUGS AND DRUGS. YOU LOVE IT BECAUSE YOU CAN AFFORD TO LIVE THERE AND TAKE YOUR CHANCES! I DON'T THINK SO. THE PROPERTY VALUES AND THE TAXES ARE COMING BACK THOUGH. COLLEGE TOWN PUTTING YOU ALL OUT IN A MINUTE. WHITE FOLKS EXODUS BACK TO THE CITY. CAN'T AFFORD HIGH MORTGAGES IN THE BURBS AND YOU WILL BE THE FIRST TO GO! I CAN'T WAIT UNTIL THEY GET HERE AND MOVE THE BLACK THUGS AND THEIR FAMILIES RIGHT OUT OF THERE!

Since: Jun 12

Rochester, NY

#15 Jul 11, 2012
Barbara wrote:
<quoted text>
I have lived on the corner of Magnolia and Elba for 4 years now, and I love it. Neighbors are friendly, kids are moderately well-behaved. I raised my kids in the city during part of their teenaged years, and it was a wonderful experience for them. I own a business in the southwest quadrant as well, and love the location. This thread reminds me of a conversation I overheard in the 1980's between a resident of Belfast Ireland and a resident of Brooklyn NY:
--"I would never live in Belfast. It's too dangerous, bombings and religious violence."
"Are you kidding? Belfast is mostly perfectly safe. It's the media that makes it sound dangerous. I would NEVER live in New York City with all the violence and organized crime".
--"It's the movies that make you think that. New York s wonderful"
Potato, Potahto.
Your post was a joke right? You have to be on drugs or very drunk. I've read some far out stories in my life, but your's was really far out there. If you were serious, it is total bullshit.

Since: Jun 12

Rochester, NY

#16 Jul 11, 2012
Yep, bad place to be or live.
hint

Rush, NY

#17 Jul 11, 2012
don't feed the trolls...
helpuout

Livonia Center, NY

#18 Jul 11, 2012
Otto Maimynd wrote:
Wow number streets!!! That sounds like an educational walk for my kids! And Pennsylvania Ave - love the name. Sounds so historic and quaint.
Oh yeah, I for got to mention the streets named after other States....My favs Texas, Maryland and Ohio. On Ohio St, during the school year, at around 2 o'clock you can see armature dancers warming up for the daily dance contest Downtown at the Liberty Pole.
yep

Rochester, NY

#19 Jul 11, 2012
Yes,the fine ,fine streets of ROC...let's see , there's Lyell to 390,Hudson,Dernan,Cleon,Sobies ki,St Paul South of 104. let's continue! Wilkins,Rocket,N.Goodman,Roycr oft,Pulaski,Webster Ave,Rosewood Terrace,Lake Ave,Furlong,Mohawk,Berlin,Conk ey,Carthage,Van Stallen,Samuel McCree Way,Resolute,Upper Falls,North St.Turpin.

There are also,as mentioned , the fine streets named after states. The 'letter' streets. And don't forget the streets named after guns!! Remington and Winchester!! How appropriate!
helpuout

Livonia Center, NY

#20 Jul 11, 2012
helpuout wrote:
<quoted text>Oh yeah, I for got to mention the streets named after other States....My favs Texas, Maryland and Ohio. On Ohio St, during the school year, at around 2 o'clock you can see armature dancers warming up for the daily dance contest Downtown at the Liberty Pole.
....almost forgot, sometimes the dancers have parades down Main St. to the Liberty Pole.

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