15882Re: Excessive noise from Salvation Army facility on Harvard St. NW
- Oct 1, 2004Wow - the drug dealers on your block must be getting sound business
advice to make sure their illegal transactions are conducted
surreptitiously - never knew addicts were so logical. I must be
blowing macho smoke or standing on the same soap box as Ken because
the dealers, prostitutes, addicts and other assorted company that
conducts "business deals" on my block sure aren't discrete. They
scream at each other from accross the street, openly do drugs, throw
bottles and strut their stuff during all hours of the day or night.
By David's reasoning they must want to go to jail. On the other
hand, perhaps they don't have to worry too much because the police
don't do anything resembling a patrol (other than 172 hours) and
because residents decide that the best policy is to close their
windows, turn on their air conditioner and ignore the problem, all
the while preaching from their own soapboxes and insulting people who
point out some realities of Columbia Heights as suburban wimps - talk
about macho smoke. Electric bills must be running high in this area -
bet Pepco loves it. Meanwhile, some sit behind closed windows
creating noise to cover up the realities of what's happening in their
neighborhoods or slowly start migrating to the backs of their houses,
and the dealers become more emboldened and dangerous. Where I live
police officers tried to break up one of these "business deals" and
the dealers started shooting - you're right, they sure don't want to
go to jail. Wake up, this is not part of urban living that
suburbanite or newcomers need to toughen up to and learn to live
with - the transactions are illegal and dangerous, not a quaint part
of city living.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "David McIntire"
> Ken,get crack
> Try thinking for a bit rather than jumping on a soapbox.
> What is the crack sellers and buyers strategies? A buyer wants to
> and a seller wants to sell it, of course. It is an illegaltransaction but a
> business deal nevertherless. NEITHER wants to end up in jail ordead if
> rivals are involved.Being
> Being blatant about their activities only increases that risk.
> surreptitious is in their best interests. A noisy transaction is adeal gone
> bad.you are
> You either have the stupidest dealers and buyers in the world or
> blowing macho smoke. I vote for the latter.facility
> Dave McIntire
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: kmannotes
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Friday, October 01, 2004 9:11 AM
> Subject: [columbia_heights] Re: Excessive noise from Salvation Army
> on Harvard St. NW
> Wow. Did I read that correctly. Let me see if I can follow your
> logic for a moment.
> Crackheads = abusers of illegal drugs = individuals seeking winning
> Unbelievable. This is good. You see, I consider myself someone who
> seeks winning stratagies. Now I know what I have been doing wrong
> all these years.
> I also live on the 1400 block of Oak, and yes the crackheads are
> extremely loud. To tell the truth I rarely ever see my hardworking,
> leaving thier homes early, coming home late, do-good neighbors. Ya
> know why,.... because they are individuals seeking winning
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