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  1. #21
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    Default Re: How Bad are Things in Philly Right Now

    Quote Originally Posted by bogey1 View Post
    I saw one in broomall at a porche shop, license plate read manxdrvr (something like that)
    Wasn*t me!
    I*ve been thinking of selling advertising space on the sides. Think I could make any money?

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    Default Re: How Bad are Things in Philly Right Now

    Quote Originally Posted by Manxdriver View Post
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    Windows? We don*t need no steenking windows!
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    Is that the *Rail* ?

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    Default Re: How Bad are Things in Philly Right Now

    Quote Originally Posted by Manxdriver View Post
    Whoa how, there Bubba! Did you just assume I*m white? I ain*t, I*m from Texas and I*m more of a pleasantly tanned peach !
    How bigs your rack?
    The Gun is the Badge of a Free Man

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    Default Re: How Bad are Things in Philly Right Now

    Quote Originally Posted by Manxdriver View Post
    Wasn*t me!
    I*ve been thinking of selling advertising space on the sides. Think I could make any money?
    Sure, depends on the target market.

  5. #25
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    Default Re: How Bad are Things in Philly Right Now

    Quote Originally Posted by flejl View Post
    I need to take my wife to the Hospital at the University of PA on Wednesday morning and I am wondering how bad things are there.

    All I see on the news is rioting, shootings, looting, the TV news make it look like the city is out of control.

    Any and all information on what to look for and where not to go will be greatly appreciated.

    Are you taking about HUP at 34th and Spruce? My nephew has been going there for treatments twice a week throughout all of this a problem. He was there yesterday.

    Bill

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    Default Re: How Bad are Things in Philly Right Now

    Everything has been peaceful. The Opportunists had their 15min of fame. Reform is the goal now.

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    Default Re: How Bad are Things in Philly Right Now

    wew3,

    We were actually at the Pearlman center across the street.

    I hope your nephew is doing well, UPenn is a great place if you need medical attention.

  8. #28
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    Default Re: How Bad are Things in Philly Right Now

    ''Philly police inspector's nephew dies of gun violence.''

    https://6abc.com/philly-police-inspe...lence/6245561/
    I don't speak English , I talk American!

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    Default Re: How Bad are Things in Philly Right Now

    Quote Originally Posted by abner13 View Post
    ''Philly police inspector's nephew dies of gun violence.''

    https://6abc.com/philly-police-inspe...lence/6245561/
    This should really be in the "Phillycide" thread.

    Tyshsawn Woods' murder happened against the backdrop of protests following the death of George Floyd. Inspector Wood has been outspoken about the uptick in city violence and homicides on social media.
    "I would love to see the same energy that we have for ending racism, and police brutality and reform, be put towards ending some of the gun violence in our cities," said Wood.

    As the call for action for young people grows, Woods said, "When you see your friends going down the wrong way, get involved, try to talk them down."


    Maybe if Tyshawn wasn't hanging around with thugs, he'd still be alive. But it's "Gun Violence" that's the problem, not THUG VIOLENCE, right?

  10. #30
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    Default Re: How Bad are Things in Philly Right Now

    Quote Originally Posted by flejl View Post
    wew3,

    We were actually at the Pearlman center across the street.

    I hope your nephew is doing well, UPenn is a great place if you need medical attention.
    He's doing good. He goes the main hospital across the street from the Perelman Center. My M-I-L goes to Perelman for her treatments. My wife and I, we get to spend our time at ChoP, so we are pretty familiar with the area. Never had a problem.

    Bill

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