Is Livingston Avenue slowly becoming Chicago like?
Posted in the Columbus Forum
#1 Jul 25, 2013
I haven't seen so much violence on this road ever. While it was bad in the past, it is over the top god-awful nowadays. So many shootings in the area this year, including an innocent store clerk murdered on the corner store at Livingston and Lilley by 2 dirtbag chimps last night. I fear that if Mayor Coleman doesn't do something fast, this area will become Chicago like. I feel sorry that Children's Hospital is located on the same road and the site is not too far away from thugs shooting innocent people. The arabs are opening their new corner stores on Livingston, which is not helping the situation. Thugs love corner stores.
#2 Jul 25, 2013
Need Koreans to open up stores, they shoot Obama voters .
#3 Jul 25, 2013
Koreans are bada**. They take no s*** from thug chimps.
#4 Jul 25, 2013
Remember folks, the silence about and the spiking of stories detailing the obama parasite criminal sh^tstains is replaced by fictions of racist YT so that people do not quickly realize that the groids in this country are worthless. And that 50 years of subsidizing their lives after nationalizing an entire race has been one gigantic waste of money.
#5 Jul 25, 2013
I don't remember LA being THIS bad. Guess all the main street gangbangers are banging on LA now. They are afraid they'll be put on youtube for the whole world to laugh at-if they do stuff there via the east main street camera program. Something like this should be done for LA and MAYBE, FINALLY, the east side would calm down.
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