hey doowop ya gotta know there are alot of idiot's who need to try to make money off any of the ghetto trash. if it goes court the cops will know this person. and when he gets pulled over for anything there going to love making hard on them. when they lose the case they will try to get money from ms. ghetto for all the paperwork they file. good luck with that. unless the taxpayers will have to foot the bill.
July 21, 2012 at 8:32 a.m.
this is good. they should take people on welfare that are able to do some work send them to the southside and help clean up. give back to youngstown, while your getting all the free stuff that the goverment gives. 5 to 10 hours a week would make a differnence. wishfull thinking huh.
May 3, 2012 at 11:02 a.m.
31yrs to life not enough. the judge should have put on there that any money that he makes when in prison or any money that gets on his account goes to the who killed family. that way he has no extras. he can't buy nike's,headphones,have a tv, or anything. i know it's not much for the family but it sure the heck going to make his life so much better for his new homies. in order for him to have anything they make him their own lapping dog
October 20, 2011 at 12:50 p.m.
common, you talked about kevin. is that nancy's son. pass the bill and then we will know whats in it. think he's running for congress same thinking in good ol nancy's demo's give them what they want everthing free and they will come and vote us back in. and we will be just as nice as Greece broke
October 16, 2011 at 9:08 p.m.
an eye ror an eye is'nt that what they say. so why in ohio it takes 27 years. the lawyers are they using the system to clog up the courts to make more money. i can not see them doing this for free. where is my thinking wrong
May 17, 2011 at 11:55 a.m.
bad ratings for nbc less money for barrack's campaign maybe help will come from overseas
May 12, 2011 at 2:11 p.m.
briant- thanks i was thinking of what stores we had back then. i only remembered krogers and the A&P. forgot about lazers across from to me the best church in town ST. DOMS. if remember it was two brothers who owned it. 2 guys i grew up were stockboys. this was from 65 to 68. back then i knew the area well great place to live. i lived on the corner of southern blvd/ philadelphia across from colla's barbershop. the only bad things we did was hop the train to midlothian/southern to lazy to walk to get the best pizza in town joe's pizza 10 cents a slice. about lazars when did they close. those people were likeable,freindly, and anything to help. not like today. like alot of people i got off the topic of this blog. so how did this topic go from a new grocery to all of the race talk. but here in florida things are not as bad y-town but were getting there. stay strong youngstown there are alot good people who are among ya'll
January 7, 2011 at 2:26 p.m.
to all who say they choose their lifestyle. this was so true back in the 60's. one day in class a teacher ask a 2 time all city football player of all the college offers you have what, has your choice been made. to which he said, college i aint going to no more school i'm going on relief.thats what they called welfare back then. sure enough i saw him while driving down hillman at the corner warren drinking beer with some other people i went to school with.always wonder how good he would have been. they did good back in the 30's with the welfare but some people were addictive and knew the more kids i have the more wealth comes my way.its not just black issue there plenty of whites taking the same path. and now the liberals are adding the south of the boder to get their votes. i see this more and more on a daily visit to a store using there welfare cards and i live in upper florida.the mexicans are taking the drug trade here.i hope my neighbourhood wont get like my old one. i grew up on the corner of boston and hillman.
October 10, 2010 at 12:31 p.m.
hey stan did he forget his mastercard.
October 5, 2010 at 7:11 p.m.
mother in court out on 100k bond how do these people get there bond money
February 19, 2010 at 11:42 a.m.