Does anybody remmeber the Wild Cowboy...
Dave

Clark, NJ

#1524 Aug 7, 2013
El Larguero wrote:
All them nikkas wuz soft compared to 163. Fo realz. 160 wuz tuf too.
YOO WATSGOOD! Im tryin find somebody who knows a little bit about Abraham from 164st? Does it ring a bell?
bill

Albany, NY

#1525 Aug 10, 2013
Dave wrote:
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DO you have any memories or stoires about Abe Mercado on 164st he grew up on that time hes family but I think he died.???
Abe was a big faggotta
Jay171

New York, NY

#1526 Aug 10, 2013
3ni bigz wrote:
I know Clinton was head boss of em wild cowboys remember them dragging bodies to the basement Clinton owned a building on 172 Amsterdam ave where he got rid of bodies by burning em in boiler room yea true story
Clint was not the boss, Lenny and Nelson where the only leaders of the Wild Cowboys. Clint never even really did business with them or even rolled with them. Clint did his own thing. They all knew each other and respected each other but that was it. Plus Clint spent many years locked up when the Cowboys were blowing up.

Rumor was that Clint did own the building and had it in his aunt's name. Clint was really flashy and was the first in the Heights with HUGE gold "Slick Rick style rope chains" and of course is Ferrari was legendary. About the boiler room I doubt it but I wouldn't put it past him either, he was a wild dude.

I remember one story about some morenos trying to rob him for his jewelry at Heartthrob's and they followed him outside where he pulled out two uzis from his Ferrari and lit up the whole block. I wasn't there but everyone in the hood was talking about it and that was typical Clint behavior, so it's very believable. Clint was one of the wildest dudes in the Heights but never really a part of the Wild Cowboys.
Ness_1

New York, NY

#1527 Aug 10, 2013
where is clint today? i believe hes in the book.
Jay171 wrote:
<quoted text>
Clint was not the boss, Lenny and Nelson where the only leaders of the Wild Cowboys. Clint never even really did business with them or even rolled with them. Clint did his own thing. They all knew each other and respected each other but that was it. Plus Clint spent many years locked up when the Cowboys were blowing up.
Rumor was that Clint did own the building and had it in his aunt's name. Clint was really flashy and was the first in the Heights with HUGE gold "Slick Rick style rope chains" and of course is Ferrari was legendary. About the boiler room I doubt it but I wouldn't put it past him either, he was a wild dude.
I remember one story about some morenos trying to rob him for his jewelry at Heartthrob's and they followed him outside where he pulled out two uzis from his Ferrari and lit up the whole block. I wasn't there but everyone in the hood was talking about it and that was typical Clint behavior, so it's very believable. Clint was one of the wildest dudes in the Heights but never really a part of the Wild Cowboys.
bill

Albany, NY

#1529 Aug 11, 2013
Ness_1 wrote:
where is clint today? i believe hes in the book.
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I heard he wasabiggafagga

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#1530 Aug 20, 2013
Pana Jae wrote:
Anyone know a Lantigua?
Leandro aka Lantigua??
wack

Old Bridge, NJ

#1531 Aug 26, 2013
Jay171 wrote:
<quoted text>
Clint was not the boss, Lenny and Nelson where the only leaders of the Wild Cowboys. Clint never even really did business with them or even rolled with them. Clint did his own thing. They all knew each other and respected each other but that was it. Plus Clint spent many years locked up when the Cowboys were blowing up.
Rumor was that Clint did own the building and had it in his aunt's name. Clint was really flashy and was the first in the Heights with HUGE gold "Slick Rick style rope chains" and of course is Ferrari was legendary. About the boiler room I doubt it but I wouldn't put it past him either, he was a wild dude.
I remember one story about some morenos trying to rob him for his jewelry at Heartthrob's and they followed him outside where he pulled out two uzis from his Ferrari and lit up the whole block. I wasn't there but everyone in the hood was talking about it and that was typical Clint behavior, so it's very believable. Clint was one of the wildest dudes in the Heights but never really a part of the Wild Cowboys.
Him and hutchi and the other hick hutchi was working with first boys on the block (upper manhattan) with the run dmc gold chains...clint was so crazy that one time in the afternoon during a hooky party, not too many people there - I remember crazy dice was there too - clint took out this little 22 revolver and took two shot at a wall inside the apartment on 173 and st nick l. Later on with disperse and my friend a purto rican kid name isaias - I forget waht his was - he git into some beef with the fatso from 172 between st nick and broadway whom was with slim and those people in front of kentucky. We were in front of ps 115 around 175 - fucking isaias took out a butcher knife out of his ass - I wasn't aware that he had that on him...in any case crazy dice figuref the knife was not required and smack fat boy a couple of times..ofcourse crazy dice was a bit older than all of us..you knkw who I'm talking about...baby big moe...haaahahha
wack

Old Bridge, NJ

#1532 Aug 26, 2013
Figgy12064 wrote:
It kills me when Dominicans of this era states that they ran the city at that time, the only thing they did was create jobs for law enforcement, between all the money that the cops took and lawyers were paid and judges to look the other way. Only about7. Percent of those dealers went on to better things, when people talk about remember the crack era of the 80s first thing comes to mind Dominicans , when they should look up to the ones in this era that are doing the right thing, now there police officers lawyers , doctors actors , the American dream, not the ones that are doing 150 yrs in prison , and brought so much hurt and a sickness to this city, that people are still suffering to this day, there's one producer, that wants to make a movie of them , and trying to profit from this, and he states that the area was fucked up anyway, so it was ok for them to start there, they made the south bx worst and the heights the lowest of the low, look for successful Dominicans and not these animals.
thanks figgy for putting things in its proper perspective, but this is not your class in columbus U, this is the do you remember the wild cowboys and about the area...besides I don't really see myself taking a crap while reading about your PhDs - However, I will look you up when I want to laugh my ass off and throw up afterwards......
Jay 171

New York, NY

#1533 Aug 26, 2013
With Lenny and Nelson I don't even think it was about the money. They were doing bad shit even when it was just for fun. During the 80s there were a lot of different gangs throughout the city and they were part of The Playboys who's main adversaries were the Ball Busters. Lenny was known has Hitman Len for being a shooter. I remember a story about him shooting up a Ball Buster's funeral because the family unknowingly had it in funeral home on 165 St and St. Nicholas (no longer there) that was on The Playboys turf. They were always doing bad shit so of course when they hooked up with Yayo and realized they could get paid for doing bad shit it was a wrap. But I honestly don't think they really cared about the money all that much. The money just validated what they did and it probably became a way to measure their success but it was secondary to them. They never really flaunted their money. You would see Lenny walking around in his Yankees jersey, no jewelry, looking like regular dude. Of course later on they had a couple of nice cars, but with the kind of money they were bringing in that was nothing, they could've been in Rolls Royces. They were extremely low key and that's why they survived so long because while everyone was showing off they were just putting in that work, stacking that paper and being extremely humble with their money.
Jay 171

New York, NY

#1534 Aug 27, 2013
This is not written by me, I found it on another site:

"Washington Height's Royal Playboys of the early 80's are legendary and inflicted fear in the hearts of both friends and foe. From their street gun battles around Stitt JHS and Gdubs to their bloody climactic rumble against their arch-enemies the ball busters (by Columbia Presbyterian). Among their ranks were Little Jose, Crazy Lenny, Spanky, Crazy Mike, White Boy Bobby, Bert, Mr. Mor, Tron, Crazy Leo, Manny and others. They had rooftoop hideouts for weapons and escape routes along the cliffsides of highbridge park and edgecombe to flee the arrival of the dt's after rumbles. They reigned terror in those years. Their unbridled youth was a harbinger of darker days, with many of them progressing to criminal enterprises (most notably the wild cowboys). While we do not glorify or romantacize their lifestyle, their unbridled youth and lawlessness impacted us all. Otherwise we would not be talking about them nearly 30 years later. Like you Milton, I was untouchable and ironically growing up in the heights was alot easier due to that untouchable status. I can look back decades later, alive and well because I never had to get involved and was never messed with. Unfortunate for those young kids with such wild youthful indiscretion we still remember as the Playboys, those gone and those present in the shadows."

Written by jujoct at
http://www.dominicantoday.com/dr/forum/domini...
Jay 171

New York, NY

#1535 Aug 27, 2013
Here's an excerpt from another book "Wild Tales from the Police Blotter" by C.J. Sullivan:

http://books.google.com/books...

If the link does't take you to the page copy & paste the whole link.

In this book the cop explains how Platano got arrested and implicated Lenny in the murder of the white boy on the West Side Highway and how that was the beginning of the end for the whole crew.
Ana

New York, NY

#1538 Aug 27, 2013
Please, please si alguien sabe que paso con Elia Diaz, mencionado en el libro. Su familia ha estado buscandolo por aƱos. Ya le he dicho a su familia, que tienen que conseguir un detective, abogado y visitar el precinto #34 o nunca van a saber que paso. If anybody knows what happened to him, we would really appreciate that. His family is not looking for revenge, they just want to know what happened to him. They deserve some closure. Thanks for any information
dave

Clark, NJ

#1539 Aug 31, 2013
bill wrote:
<quoted text>Abe was a big faggotta
lol, I heard he was a big asshole, like he wouldn't even say hi to people from his own block,, but can you give me some details please if it isn't too much to ask!...or 2 or 3 examples of guy he was! I would appreciate it so much!! please..:):))
It can be anything that pops into your head it doesn't even have to be long!
dave

Clark, NJ

#1540 Aug 31, 2013
Jay171 wrote:
<quoted text>
Clint was not the boss, Lenny and Nelson where the only leaders of the Wild Cowboys. Clint never even really did business with them or even rolled with them. Clint did his own thing. They all knew each other and respected each other but that was it. Plus Clint spent many years locked up when the Cowboys were blowing up.
Rumor was that Clint did own the building and had it in his aunt's name. Clint was really flashy and was the first in the Heights with HUGE gold "Slick Rick style rope chains" and of course is Ferrari was legendary. About the boiler room I doubt it but I wouldn't put it past him either, he was a wild dude.
I remember one story about some morenos trying to rob him for his jewelry at Heartthrob's and they followed him outside where he pulled out two uzis from his Ferrari and lit up the whole block. I wasn't there but everyone in the hood was talking about it and that was typical Clint behavior, so it's very believable. Clint was one of the wildest dudes in the Heights but never really a part of the Wild Cowboys.
What do you remember about Abraham from 164 and broadway can you tell me what type of shit he used to doo or get into too!!?? is it true he was BI-Sexual?
dave

Clark, NJ

#1541 Aug 31, 2013
Jay 171 wrote:
With Lenny and Nelson I don't even think it was about the money. They were doing bad shit even when it was just for fun. During the 80s there were a lot of different gangs throughout the city and they were part of The Playboys who's main adversaries were the Ball Busters. Lenny was known has Hitman Len for being a shooter. I remember a story about him shooting up a Ball Buster's funeral because the family unknowingly had it in funeral home on 165 St and St. Nicholas (no longer there) that was on The Playboys turf. They were always doing bad shit so of course when they hooked up with Yayo and realized they could get paid for doing bad shit it was a wrap. But I honestly don't think they really cared about the money all that much. The money just validated what they did and it probably became a way to measure their success but it was secondary to them. They never really flaunted their money. You would see Lenny walking around in his Yankees jersey, no jewelry, looking like regular dude. Of course later on they had a couple of nice cars, but with the kind of money they were bringing in that was nothing, they could've been in Rolls Royces. They were extremely low key and that's why they survived so long because while everyone was showing off they were just putting in that work, stacking that paper and being extremely humble with their money.
HI, I would really appreciate it if you had any thing to say about Abraham from 164 and broadway! I WANT TO KNOW WHAT HE USED TO GET INTO TOO,, OR WHAT EXAMPLES OF THE TYPE OF GUY HE WAS I HEARD HE WAS THE BEST OF THE BEST! HE used to get all the girls and He was THE ULTIMATE TrenD SETTER! Please respond back :))
tyroneasiaquam

Albany, NY

#1543 Sep 1, 2013
dave wrote:
<quoted text>
HI, I would really appreciate it if you had any thing to say about Abraham from 164 and broadway! I WANT TO KNOW WHAT HE USED TO GET INTO TOO,, OR WHAT EXAMPLES OF THE TYPE OF GUY HE WAS I HEARD HE WAS THE BEST OF THE BEST! HE used to get all the girls and He was THE ULTIMATE TrenD SETTER! Please respond back :))
He was a major fagista
Moe banger

New York, NY

#1544 Sep 1, 2013
I remember going to war with the wild cowboys as youngster. The outcome was sad for us we lost a couple of good friend at the end of the war
dave

Clark, NJ

#1546 Sep 3, 2013
tyroneasiaquam wrote:
<quoted text>He was a major fagista
WTf do you mean he was a fagista??
Uptown

Bronx, NY

#1547 Sep 4, 2013
REMEBER THESE NAMES PUNKS!!!
Yayo,capo,Clint,mike the dome,Lenny,Nelson ,
Freddy krugger,el feo,caballon,paqualito,CUbita
Disco,Frankie Gus,Ruben,fat Danny,victor,Dag,
Take notes my era... What a line up!!!!
Jairo

Ardsley, NY

#1548 Sep 13, 2013
What's up with Disco Fk ???

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