lu a

United States

#48 Jan 4, 2011
3ni yeyo wrote:
Jonathan "sweet pea" Feliz took over those blocks in the 2000s. but the cops shut him down before it would become wild cowboy era all over again. search gangbusts on youtube. he was my old boss. i used to work for him around the 160s... im not gonna say where. but any trini from down there would know... but since he got locked up these latin burger kings have started a chapter on 157th..... things are gonna change down there.. real soon. and they better take this as a thrreat because dominicans really dont play.
is time to follow yourself and make our moms proud - it has nothing to do with money- just show her that youve become a responsible man. God bless.
SRM

Reading, PA

#49 Jan 5, 2011
BIGT wrote:
Hey dannys wasup I talk to your pops a few weeeks ago told me hes a grand father and that his moms past awy and he did not see her . that is foul.some one went to see him regarding the documantary.
He miss you and tells me he has not seeen you in a long time you should go see him. and belive when I tell you this he is innocent of those crimes he was convicted of. peace and love
HEY dann<quoted text>
Hey Big T I've been trying to get my hand's on the wild cowboy's documentary and also the disco one as well. Were can I go to cop one?
Tito172

Brooklyn, NY

#51 Feb 23, 2011
lu a wrote:
<quoted text> is time to follow yourself and make our moms proud - it has nothing to do with money- just show her that youve become a responsible man. God bless.
From what I'm hearing they both underworks sa we speak!! Alot of copyrights and other stuff to take care of.
Supposedly Lenny and his brother has not sign no paper work!!Discos maybe late summer.trust me the heights will get it first !!
Big up Disco!! Good look on looking Out for the u know who I am!!! F$&ck what they talking bout.. We got u!!
kitty

Virginia Beach, VA

#52 Mar 4, 2011
i to grew up in the south bronx and was around in the 80s and 90s i live on 350 saint anns and those times were the best times dispite the crimes and shit it was the great times.to live it and be there its something then to tell it.but i love alot of great friends in that era.

does anybody know the history of 350 saint anns in the south bronx near st marys park alot of things happen there.

my brother use to go to karate in st marys center and he was taught by tarzan who was murder on cypress ave if anybody knows where his son is now shoot me a email www.kortiz1.ko @gmail.com
horsetrader

Wilmington, NC

#53 Mar 6, 2011
Just a passing thought from a kid from the old Neighborhood. A lot of you guys and gals seem to be proud of your criminal past (?). Maybe I'm wrong. Imagine the hurt and pain you all caused to your victims' families, your families, the city, the neighborhood. For the record, my family and I were personally affected. I have a nephew who lost his young father to drug violence in the neighborhood in 1988.

You should all be celebrating the kids that left the neighborhood and made something of themselves. There are plenty of us that left the chaos behind and joined the military, went to college, raised a family and never engaged in any criminal activity. You should all be dissappointed that a lot of people view Dominicans and Hispanics as whole in a bad light.

Be a parent to your kids, ensure they stay in school, get involved in their upbringing, use your experiences as a tool to teach them what not to do.

Yes, I am a product of Washington Heights (173 Amsterdam & 177 Audubon). I am not perfect. Far from it. What I do have is the satisfaction that I am proud to be Dominican and defend it everyday. I make sure everyone knows that not all Dominicans are criminals, and that some of us are educated people, obey the law, are patriotic Americans, have responsible jobs in government and industry, and want to live in peace and raise our families.

I visit the neighborhood once or twice a year...since my mother still lives there. It is exciting to see the crowds on 181 St. The smell coming out from all the restaurants, the street vendors...etc. It is sometimes disheartening to see how rundown some of the buildings are and how little some things have changed.

Why is there trash on the streets? Rich or poor, the city provides a trash can at every corner, use them! Why do you play loud music at all hours of the night? Don't you know you are bothering the neighbors? Why do you let your dogs poop on the streets? Is that not against the law?

You all understand what Im saying here? Take pride in your city and stop living just for me...me...me..me! The world doesn't revolve around you. Stop trying to get over on everybody and live responsibly. Appreciate the opportunity that this country has bestowed on you! There are millions of people around the world who wish they were in your position...don't squander it.

..and for God's sake, check your grammar! Most of you need to go back to school! Obviously your high school days were wasted!
the great

New York, NY

#54 Mar 6, 2011
horsetrader wrote:
Just a passing thought from a kid from the old Neighborhood. A lot of you guys and gals seem to be proud of your criminal past (?). Maybe I'm wrong. Imagine the hurt and pain you all caused to your victims' families, your families, the city, the neighborhood. For the record, my family and I were personally affected. I have a nephew who lost his young father to drug violence in the neighborhood in 1988.
You should all be celebrating the kids that left the neighborhood and made something of themselves. There are plenty of us that left the chaos behind and joined the military, went to college, raised a family and never engaged in any criminal activity. You should all be dissappointed that a lot of people view Dominicans and Hispanics as whole in a bad light.
Be a parent to your kids, ensure they stay in school, get involved in their upbringing, use your experiences as a tool to teach them what not to do.
Yes, I am a product of Washington Heights (173 Amsterdam & 177 Audubon). I am not perfect. Far from it. What I do have is the satisfaction that I am proud to be Dominican and defend it everyday. I make sure everyone knows that not all Dominicans are criminals, and that some of us are educated people, obey the law, are patriotic Americans, have responsible jobs in government and industry, and want to live in peace and raise our families.
I visit the neighborhood once or twice a year...since my mother still lives there. It is exciting to see the crowds on 181 St. The smell coming out from all the restaurants, the street vendors...etc. It is sometimes disheartening to see how rundown some of the buildings are and how little some things have changed.
Why is there trash on the streets? Rich or poor, the city provides a trash can at every corner, use them! Why do you play loud music at all hours of the night? Don't you know you are bothering the neighbors? Why do you let your dogs poop on the streets? Is that not against the law?
You all understand what Im saying here? Take pride in your city and stop living just for me...me...me..me! The world doesn't revolve around you. Stop trying to get over on everybody and live responsibly. Appreciate the opportunity that this country has bestowed on you! There are millions of people around the world who wish they were in your position...don't squander it.
..and for God's sake, check your grammar! Most of you need to go back to school! Obviously your high school days were wasted!
the epitome of pathetic. Hahaahha. What a joker. Get a life. Thinks she's better than the other fools. I bet you make around 42k in hourly wages.
the great

New York, NY

#55 Mar 6, 2011
horsetrader wrote:
Just a passing thought from a kid from the old Neighborhood. A lot of you guys and gals seem to be proud of your criminal past (?). Maybe I'm wrong. Imagine the hurt and pain you all caused to your victims' families, your families, the city, the neighborhood. For the record, my family and I were personally affected. I have a nephew who lost his young father to drug violence in the neighborhood in 1988.
You should all be celebrating the kids that left the neighborhood and made something of themselves. There are plenty of us that left the chaos behind and joined the military, went to college, raised a family and never engaged in any criminal activity. You should all be dissappointed that a lot of people view Dominicans and Hispanics as whole in a bad light.
Be a parent to your kids, ensure they stay in school, get involved in their upbringing, use your experiences as a tool to teach them what not to do.
Yes, I am a product of Washington Heights (173 Amsterdam & 177 Audubon). I am not perfect. Far from it. What I do have is the satisfaction that I am proud to be Dominican and defend it everyday. I make sure everyone knows that not all Dominicans are criminals, and that some of us are educated people, obey the law, are patriotic Americans, have responsible jobs in government and industry, and want to live in peace and raise our families.
I visit the neighborhood once or twice a year...since my mother still lives there. It is exciting to see the crowds on 181 St. The smell coming out from all the restaurants, the street vendors...etc. It is sometimes disheartening to see how rundown some of the buildings are and how little some things have changed.
Why is there trash on the streets? Rich or poor, the city provides a trash can at every corner, use them! Why do you play loud music at all hours of the night? Don't you know you are bothering the neighbors? Why do you let your dogs poop on the streets? Is that not against the law?
You all understand what Im saying here? Take pride in your city and stop living just for me...me...me..me! The world doesn't revolve around you. Stop trying to get over on everybody and live responsibly. Appreciate the opportunity that this country has bestowed on you! There are millions of people around the world who wish they were in your position...don't squander it.
..and for God's sake, check your grammar! Most of you need to go back to school! Obviously your high school days were wasted!
"bestowed" this was funny. lol x 6.
edio lu 171

New York, NY

#56 Mar 6, 2011
horsetrader wrote:
Just a passing thought from a kid from the old Neighborhood. A lot of you guys and gals seem to be proud of your criminal past (?). Maybe I'm wrong. Imagine the hurt and pain you all caused to your victims' families, your families, the city, the neighborhood. For the record, my family and I were personally affected. I have a nephew who lost his young father to drug violence in the neighborhood in 1988.
You should all be celebrating the kids that left the neighborhood and made something of themselves. There are plenty of us that left the chaos behind and joined the military, went to college, raised a family and never engaged in any criminal activity. You should all be dissappointed that a lot of people view Dominicans and Hispanics as whole in a bad light.
Be a parent to your kids, ensure they stay in school, get involved in their upbringing, use your experiences as a tool to teach them what not to do.
Yes, I am a product of Washington Heights (173 Amsterdam & 177 Audubon). I am not perfect. Far from it. What I do have is the satisfaction that I am proud to be Dominican and defend it everyday. I make sure everyone knows that not all Dominicans are criminals, and that some of us are educated people, obey the law, are patriotic Americans, have responsible jobs in government and industry, and want to live in peace and raise our families.
I visit the neighborhood once or twice a year...since my mother still lives there. It is exciting to see the crowds on 181 St. The smell coming out from all the restaurants, the street vendors...etc. It is sometimes disheartening to see how rundown some of the buildings are and how little some things have changed.
Why is there trash on the streets? Rich or poor, the city provides a trash can at every corner, use them! Why do you play loud music at all hours of the night? Don't you know you are bothering the neighbors? Why do you let your dogs poop on the streets? Is that not against the law?
You all understand what Im saying here? Take pride in your city and stop living just for me...me...me..me! The world doesn't revolve around you. Stop trying to get over on everybody and live responsibly. Appreciate the opportunity that this country has bestowed on you! There are millions of people around the world who wish they were in your position...don't squander it.
..and for God's sake, check your grammar! Most of you need to go back to school! Obviously your high school days were wasted!
you all have heard of jenny from the block. This one here is the sucker from the block. Hahah
edio lu 171

New York, NY

#57 Mar 6, 2011
horsetrader wrote:
Just a passing thought from a kid from the old Neighborhood. A lot of you guys and gals seem to be proud of your criminal past (?). Maybe I'm wrong. Imagine the hurt and pain you all caused to your victims' families, your families, the city, the neighborhood. For the record, my family and I were personally affected. I have a nephew who lost his young father to drug violence in the neighborhood in 1988.
You should all be celebrating the kids that left the neighborhood and made something of themselves. There are plenty of us that left the chaos behind and joined the military, went to college, raised a family and never engaged in any criminal activity. You should all be dissappointed that a lot of people view Dominicans and Hispanics as whole in a bad light.
Be a parent to your kids, ensure they stay in school, get involved in their upbringing, use your experiences as a tool to teach them what not to do.
Yes, I am a product of Washington Heights (173 Amsterdam & 177 Audubon). I am not perfect. Far from it. What I do have is the satisfaction that I am proud to be Dominican and defend it everyday. I make sure everyone knows that not all Dominicans are criminals, and that some of us are educated people, obey the law, are patriotic Americans, have responsible jobs in government and industry, and want to live in peace and raise our families.
I visit the neighborhood once or twice a year...since my mother still lives there. It is exciting to see the crowds on 181 St. The smell coming out from all the restaurants, the street vendors...etc. It is sometimes disheartening to see how rundown some of the buildings are and how little some things have changed.
Why is there trash on the streets? Rich or poor, the city provides a trash can at every corner, use them! Why do you play loud music at all hours of the night? Don't you know you are bothering the neighbors? Why do you let your dogs poop on the streets? Is that not against the law?
You all understand what Im saying here? Take pride in your city and stop living just for me...me...me..me! The world doesn't revolve around you. Stop trying to get over on everybody and live responsibly. Appreciate the opportunity that this country has bestowed on you! There are millions of people around the world who wish they were in your position...don't squander it.
..and for God's sake, check your grammar! Most of you need to go back to school! Obviously your high school days were wasted!
you are such a looser ofcourse all dominicans are not criminals. The Dominican Republic does not need you to be preaching it fool. For the record am not dominican. I meant to say am not a criminal just lived in the heights for 20 years. Ok I am a criminal. Hahahabhab. Hitman mex. Oh and im sorry for not using capitals or proper grammer, but am typing on the bb with my toes. Wouldnt want to use anything else while responding to the sucker from the block- because remember shes better than all of us. Haahhahahahh.
bloombergg

New York, NY

#58 Mar 6, 2011
horsetrader wrote:
Just a passing thought from a kid from the old Neighborhood. A lot of you guys and gals seem to be proud of your criminal past (?). Maybe I'm wrong. Imagine the hurt and pain you all caused to your victims' families, your families, the city, the neighborhood. For the record, my family and I were personally affected. I have a nephew who lost his young father to drug violence in the neighborhood in 1988.
You should all be celebrating the kids that left the neighborhood and made something of themselves. There are plenty of us that left the chaos behind and joined the military, went to college, raised a family and never engaged in any criminal activity. You should all be dissappointed that a lot of people view Dominicans and Hispanics as whole in a bad light.
Be a parent to your kids, ensure they stay in school, get involved in their upbringing, use your experiences as a tool to teach them what not to do.
Yes, I am a product of Washington Heights (173 Amsterdam & 177 Audubon). I am not perfect. Far from it. What I do have is the satisfaction that I am proud to be Dominican and defend it everyday. I make sure everyone knows that not all Dominicans are criminals, and that some of us are educated people, obey the law, are patriotic Americans, have responsible jobs in government and industry, and want to live in peace and raise our families.
I visit the neighborhood once or twice a year...since my mother still lives there. It is exciting to see the crowds on 181 St. The smell coming out from all the restaurants, the street vendors...etc. It is sometimes disheartening to see how rundown some of the buildings are and how little some things have changed.
Why is there trash on the streets? Rich or poor, the city provides a trash can at every corner, use them! Why do you play loud music at all hours of the night? Don't you know you are bothering the neighbors? Why do you let your dogs poop on the streets? Is that not against the law?
You all understand what Im saying here? Take pride in your city and stop living just for me...me...me..me! The world doesn't revolve around you. Stop trying to get over on everybody and live responsibly. Appreciate the opportunity that this country has bestowed on you! There are millions of people around the world who wish they were in your position...don't squander it.
..and for God's sake, check your grammar! Most of you need to go back to school! Obviously your high school days were wasted!
By the powers of Grayskull I bestow on you the name of suckeerboy.
BARB

Schenectady, NY

#59 Mar 10, 2011
Chevere 77 wrote:
So I read the book and that shit was off da hinges. i started asking around and i heard that mad peeples is writing screenplays for it. but, i learned two weeks ago that jessy terrero owns the book rights and he got lorenzo collado to write the film. lorenzo is doing the documentary too. can't wait to check it on the big screen.
what are they going to call the masterpiece? How about,"Lazy, crazy child infectors of the Bronx" or "fortChild Molester" or "Stupid idiots with guns and no hearts?
BARB

Schenectady, NY

#60 Mar 10, 2011
i bet you wet your litle pantaloons
Vic one

Brooklyn, NY

#61 Mar 10, 2011
BARB wrote:
i bet you wet your litle pantaloons
Barb why don't u go and hold ur fathers penis in ur mouth!' and stay out of grown me conversation!! Vic Fk
bloombergg

Brooklyn, NY

#62 Mar 10, 2011
bloombergg wrote:
<quoted text> By the powers of Grayskull I bestow on you the name of suckeerboy.
is cool homie. Everytime I want a good laugh, I read your post. Especially that thing about bestowed. What do you think that were slaves or something. Bestowed thats a good one. A couple of words for you- if you think because your narrow mind thinks that dominicans need to prove that not everyone is a criminal youre small minded. For the record am mexican. And were all not killers. Hahhahahah.
Barb

Schenectady, NY

#63 Mar 11, 2011
Vic one wrote:
<quoted text>Barb why don't u go and hold ur fathers penis in ur mouth!' and stay out of grown me conversation!! Vic Fk
Hey Vicky: you are always talkin about the sex you saw as a little chicken shit; please get over it and move on...cant keep lookin back, homey
figgy4466

United States

#64 Mar 26, 2011
Back in those days they rolled in packs I seen Lenny and his minions beat the shit out this kid for no reason . Then one day I saw Lenny by him self arguing with one guy that punked him then he made a phone call to get some one to bring his gat half these guys are punks.
figgy4466

United States

#65 Mar 26, 2011
I don't understand if they made millions why not stop at 2 mil or 3 do you know how you would live in d.r with that you would be made for life. Insted they lived and terrorize the neighborhood for like 4 to 5 years not quitting while there were on top that's the stupidity of a lot of Latin drugdealers
medkd167

Marcus Hook, PA

#66 Mar 26, 2011
nikkaz been talking about this wild cowboy movie/ documentary for over10 years when the f is it comming out?
laloquera

Cockeysville, MD

#67 May 21, 2011
Dimelo jess,maybe u can school me,maybe I can learn by volunteering to help u with this project on the wild cowboys,u n ur assistant both spoke to my brother about the y t c story n script.at the time I was in clinton with both nelson n lenny. I was doing 15 joints for my leader ship role in the ytc case.I been out two years n have been trying to get help with my script n or the production of a docu. I can offer u a unique perspective on how lenny n nelson lived in prison.I got transcripts,institution id,surveilence videos,pictures n more to prove who I am.holla at ar0520@yahoo.com
barb

Schenectady, NY

#69 May 27, 2011
medkd167 wrote:
nikkaz been talking about this wild cowboy movie/ documentary for over10 years when the f is it comming out?
You can see it any day: on the toilet, when you are shiiiting, look down! Hehehehehhehehehhe

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