Bangor Maine Sucks!

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will1

Keene, NH

#1 Sep 7, 2011
Lets do nothing all day but chain smoke cigarettes 24/7 and walk around with our cell phones stuck to our faces calling everyone up to see if they have drugs. Lets all act like punks and drive like idiots and tweak out day and night over $#!t that doesn't matter to educated people. And when we run out of cigs and drugs lets bum money off people and never pay them back. and if someone doesn't lend us more money or cigs lets get pissed off and whine that they won't help us out with smokes or drug money. And while we're at it lets talk about how solid we are even though we have kids we never see cus' we're all dead beat parents. Well, time for another smoke break it's been 5 mins already.
tenah

Keene, NH

#2 Sep 10, 2011
Bangor has too many druggies. My friend and have taken to kids to a new town. Used to see a few dealers going in and out of places all the time next door and down the street. This one sketchy looking fellow I think people called Tippy, Trippy or Yippy something like that flipped out once after a deal went bad and he acted like a real psycho, we could hear him yelling and screaming next door - something about him stomping someones face in with his boots. Scary. We then knew it was time to move out of Bangor. Not a safe place to raise kids. Or at least kids that don't turn out to be drug abusers and alcoholics. We were also shocked to search the sex offender database and noticed that Bangor is a huge cluster for sex offenders. Near our old street Center St. there were a lot of them. We no longer wanted to live in Bangor specially if we have drug crazy sex offenders living up and down the block. We took the kids to a local park where we often witnessed what looked like drug deals going on, a lot of homeless people, and what looked like men hooking up for sex in other cars and the woods. When it was fall or winter and got dark early we were so worried that the kids were walking home in the dark specially with that sketchy Yippy/Hippy what ever stupid name he had, weirdo next door. People in Bangor drive like loonies and that was another safety concern as well.
Babs

Keene, NH

#3 Sep 11, 2011
Tenah. Drug dealers are terrorists! I lived in Bangor and I think I know the guy you are talking about. They called him Hippie. You are right that there are too many drug dealers. People like that are Terrorists against our American Society. Not only do they NOT make any real contribution to society but they are also tearing down our society from within. I consider drug dealers extremely Anti American and are dangerous to the American spirit. When a drug dealer is caught by the police they should be treated like any other terrorist because they are destroying our country by hurting local communities. Like I said they make no contribution to our American way of life, no contribution to society but they are rotting our spirit from within much like a terrorist that wants to hurt our way of life. These people obviously hate the USA. It's sad a family like yours had to move away to accommodate these terrorists when they are the one's that should be forced to move. Not you.
Wetwilly

Keene, NH

#4 Sep 16, 2011
Babs wrote:
Tenah. Drug dealers are terrorists!
I'm hearing that a lot lately. The whole "Drug dealers are terrorists" thing is so true. They are ruining our country from within and offering no contribution to society except for more destruction. That should be a T-Shirt or Bumper sticker slogan. How about "Drug dealers are unpatriotic" or "Drug dealers hate America and should be kicked out". I make fun but I'm serious.
sayoose

Lawrence, MA

#5 Sep 22, 2011
People like you are scared of freedom. You're scared of street drugs yet you indulge in alcohol, caffeine, prescription drugs for your fake injuries. You're pathetic. IF you don't like what you see, get out. That's what freedom is.
anonymous duh

United States

#6 Sep 25, 2011
I haven't seen ANY drug dealers in Maine, seriously. Maybe i'm not hanging out in sketchy places but I've not seen/ met/ heard of a single one. I come from baltimore and I moved here to get away from the drugs and crime and think its been amazingly clean here so far. Nothing like baltimore where dealers are on every friggin street corner. And btw, the war on drugs will never cease to exist until the u.s. government can make a profit off the drugs (which they basically are doing with the war on drugs). Legalizing drugs would lesson the crime; people wouldn't be sneaking around and crime would go down for sure. Just my 2cents...
wantstomove

Keene, NH

#7 Sep 29, 2011
People in Bangor Maine are obnoxious. There is an office near by that has a couple women that work that and from 7am to about 8am they show up blaring their car stereo. They don't consider that some people work nights or don't need to get up so early. I guess they hate their life and job so much they need to be obnoxious first thing in the morning. And they are usually playing real shallow obnoxious top 10 trendy chick music. Twat music. I get up at 7am anyway but I'm still annoyed at the total and utter disrespect for their community. And these are workers at a doctors office. Scary. They show up as if they've been partying all night or something with their car stereos so loud it vibrates nearby buildings. Also I saw this one old man in a wheel chair trying to get into the docs office and one of the employees walked right past him as he was struggling to get the door open (they have a ramp but no auto door open button and it's a small narrow door). He had the door open a little and she opened it the rest of the way for herself but let it close behind her... well it hit his footrest thing and pushed his chair a little. I think maybe he wanted to open it on his own but it didn't even looked like she asked. I don't like services in Bangor Maine or their shady retail businesses. Just look at all the complaints that Bangor Car Careis getting these days. That place got an F rating from the BBB.
wantstomove

Keene, NH

#8 Sep 29, 2011
anonymous duh wrote:
I haven't seen ANY drug dealers in Maine, seriously. Maybe i'm not hanging out in sketchy places but I've not seen/ met/ heard of a single one. I come from baltimore and I moved here to get away from the drugs and crime and think its been amazingly clean here so far. Nothing like baltimore where dealers are on every friggin street corner. And btw, the war on drugs will never cease to exist until the u.s. government can make a profit off the drugs (which they basically are doing with the war on drugs). Legalizing drugs would lesson the crime; people wouldn't be sneaking around and crime would go down for sure. Just my 2cents...
It's all over the TV news and news papers that drugs are rampant in Maine, also a major study found that Maine has the highest birth rate of babies addicted to certain drugs. I couldn't find the exact link but here is one example " http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/10/us/10babies... ; also here is a link to a bath salt insident (just one of hundreds happening this year alone " http://youtu.be/gAmr60UJvIU" ;. Also I have friends that can name at least 20 dealers in Bangor alone. So just because you don't bother to watch tv, read the newspaper, or you haven't seen any drug dealers yourself doesn't mean they are not there. Portland, Augusta, and Bangor are hardest hit by drug addictions, but it's also happening in smaller towns as well. Maine also has an extremely high rate of alcoholism. So "anonymous duh" you should do the math before posting.
uraloserduh

Keene, NH

#9 Sep 29, 2011
anonymous duh wrote:
I haven't seen ANY drug dealers in Maine, seriously. Maybe i'm not hanging out in sketchy places but I've not seen/ met/ heard of a single one. I come from baltimore and I moved here to get away from the drugs and crime and think its been amazingly clean here so far. Nothing like baltimore where dealers are on every friggin street corner. And btw, the war on drugs will never cease to exist until the u.s. government can make a profit off the drugs (which they basically are doing with the war on drugs). Legalizing drugs would lesson the crime; people wouldn't be sneaking around and crime would go down for sure. Just my 2cents...
Legalizing drugs is not the answer, just that more people will become addicted and when their money runs out they will cheat, steal, like, and rob people for more cash to buy more drugs. It would be the same situation now but only worse. You're obviously someone on drugs so that is why you are 1. playing down the situation in Maine and 2. promoting the legalization of drug use and trafficking.
ha ha

Keene, NH

#11 Sep 29, 2011
PS An up to date study shows that there are other states that rank higher in Alcoholism than Maine does but Maine was #1 for a while and it still high on the list.
wtfover

Concord, NH

#12 Oct 14, 2011
Besides the drug dealings. I hate Bangor Maine because it constantly smells like Paper Mill (cabbage), Jet Fuel, Truck stops, Cat Piss, and Skunks. And oh man the skunks must run that city because they spray all the time. That and everyone smokes all the time. There are few days or nights when Bangor doesn't smell weird. And it's always humid most the year. Not good at all for breathing. I was told that Maine isn't as humid as the south but that his just bull plop. Its always cloudy and humid so all that paper mill and airport fumes stay stuck in the city along with the million skunks that spray day and night. YUK!
wtfover

Concord, NH

#13 Oct 14, 2011
sayoose wrote:
People like you are scared of freedom. You're scared of street drugs yet you indulge in alcohol, caffeine, prescription drugs for your fake injuries. You're pathetic. IF you don't like what you see, get out. That's what freedom is.
It's the dealers and drug users like you that need to "get out" and not the rest of us good people. Why should neighborhoods lose good people year after year while you drug pushers move in? That happens to a lot of once good communities. All the good people move away. Now Bangor is filling up with people like you. BTW, most people that push/use drugs like you Sayoose are people that most likely abuse prescription drugs, drink alcohol, and drink caffeinated products. You're trying to make an argument thats backfired on you. Like I said you're the people that need to move with your Monkey Dust and Crack. Go take your Bath Salts back to Mass or NY!
agimae11

Concord, NH

#14 Oct 14, 2011
uraloserduh wrote:
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Legalizing drugs is not the answer, just that more people will become addicted and when their money runs out they will cheat, steal, like, and rob people for more cash to buy more drugs. It would be the same situation now but only worse. You're obviously someone on drugs so that is why you are 1. playing down the situation in Maine and 2. promoting the legalization of drug use and trafficking.
I agree, legalizing isn't the answer and Maine tries to hard to promote drug abuse. With all it's meth clinics and casinos. The type of lifestyle that drugs thrive in as well as mafia type situations. There is also a brain drain in Maine because the intellectual people don't want to stay in Maine if there are no jobs other than serving drinks at a bar, working at a casino, or at some take out place. Or work as a civil servant dispensing drugs and resources to abusers and bath salt dealers. The people I've seen move away at an alarming rate are the people that could actually help the community if they were given a good chance. And the good ones that stay eventually fall victim to the Bangor environment and get pulled down with the rest.
bobnbrwr

Moscow, VT

#15 Oct 17, 2011
Speaking of drugs don't trust any drug counselors in Brewer and Bangor. Like NOE or CHCS because they will tell you that everything you say is in confidence unless you're obviously going to threaten someone or know of someone who will get hurt but they will rate you out and the people you talk about even on small stuff. If you tell a substance abuse counselor certain streets or places where drugs are they will rate you out to the police every time even if you arn't giving specific peoples names. I'm staying clean and stay out of trouble but at the same time I was trying to keep people out of the spotlight. But I still let certain street names slip once in a while and other details. Now I see that the conversation is always in such a way that it's easy to let stuff slip in drug counseling specially when they lie to you and tell you that it's all in confidence. But all they want is to fish for info and don't really counsel you at all or not very much. Also some of the stuff they say sounds foolish anyway. I've been in drug and alcohol counseling for about 2 years now and found that nothing you tell these people are in confidence. I want to help the community too but I hate being used, tricked, and disrespected. I had trouble enough trusting people that drink & do drug and now I've got substance abuse counselors that use every last word that I say for their opportunistic games. I'm not saying that we should protect drug dealers. Just that keep in mind that nothing you say to any of these counselors is going to be safe. It can and will be used. Everything you say is being taken down and most likely secretly recorded during your sessions. Even if you no long hang out with people that do drugs they can find out who you are or at least figure out it's you and then your counselor is putting you in grave danger for their gains.
bobnbrwr

Moscow, VT

#16 Oct 17, 2011
PS I just want to point out that I think it's fine for them to report anything to the police if you or someone you know is going to threaten or hurt someone. My point was that they rat you out even on the tiniest info you give them.
sayoose

Lawrence, MA

#17 Nov 1, 2011
I recomend suicide for cowards like yourself. You certainly cant handle freedom. Pull the trigger, it's the right thing to do.
sayoose

Lawrence, MA

#18 Nov 1, 2011
agimae11 wrote:
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I agree, legalizing isn't the answer and Maine tries to hard to promote drug abuse. With all it's meth clinics and casinos. The type of lifestyle that drugs thrive in as well as mafia type situations. There is also a brain drain in Maine because the intellectual people don't want to stay in Maine if there are no jobs other than serving drinks at a bar, working at a casino, or at some take out place. Or work as a civil servant dispensing drugs and resources to abusers and bath salt dealers. The people I've seen move away at an alarming rate are the people that could actually help the community if they were given a good chance. And the good ones that stay eventually fall victim to the Bangor environment and get pulled down with the rest.
If you're so scared of freedom, jump off the bridge.
sayoose

Lawrence, MA

#19 Nov 1, 2011
Every coffee drinking, ritalin popping, asprin loving, 90 year old Mainer has no right to talk about drugs. You brainwashed cowards cant think for yourself, otherwise you'd do the right thing and die
sayoose

Lawrence, MA

#20 Nov 1, 2011
People over 40 should just die and leave the future to people who can think for themselves.
sayoose

Lawrence, MA

#21 Nov 1, 2011
bobnbrwr wrote:
PS I just want to point out that I think it's fine for them to report anything to the police if you or someone you know is going to threaten or hurt someone. My point was that they rat you out even on the tiniest info you give them.
You are proof that there is a lot of incest in Sabattus.

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