A question for Philly

A question for Philly

Postby Ace30 » Wed Aug 17, 2016 1:06 am

I have a question for Philly, assuming that he's from Philadelphia.
I got a question for you Philly...

I'm from Philadelphia myself, Its the best place I ever left, glad I left... and will never be coming back.
As far as I'm concerned, they can take Philadelphia and shove it up their asses sideways.
Sure, Philadelphia is unique enough to where there are things that I have been used to, that I am simply going without nowadays, but then again much of what I'm used to in Philly, no longer exists there, or is very hard to find, because the place stinks.
And I don't miss it anyway, because back when I did have it... it came with a mighty big price tag... a price that I still pay to this day.


So here's my question.

What's it like to be in a ghetto that is mired in poverty, has more murders a year than what entire countries do, where adults go around beating up certain kinds of kids ?

You can take that place and shove it up your ass.
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Re: A question for Philly

Postby Philly » Wed Aug 17, 2016 3:54 am

Well, I don't live in a ghetto. Until quite recently, I lived in New York City. My apartment there was quite small, but I wasn't living in a ghetto. Prior to NYC, I lived in South Philadelphia, on a very nice block with well maintained row homes. A few years before that, 3 buddies and I went in together on a very large place in very bad part of Philadelphia. This is still a pretty rough neighborhood today, but much much moreso back when my friends and I lived there. My friends and I didn't mind. We were in our early 20's and to us, this place we lived in seemed like a mansion at the time. In retrospect, it wasn't all that big, but we had 3 stories between us and the first floor was basically one big open space. from the front door to the back. We had lots of great parties and fun times there, and the neighbors actually started to kind of sort of like us, but it wasn't a place to stay for more than a year. So to specifically answer your question, living in a ghetto was a pretty cool experience for me, when I had the experience. I don't know if I'd enjoy it as much anymore.
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Re: A question for Philly

Postby Ace30 » Wed Aug 17, 2016 5:08 am

Philly wrote:Well, I don't live in a ghetto. Until quite recently, I lived in New York City. My apartment there was quite small, but I wasn't living in a ghetto. Prior to NYC, I lived in South Philadelphia, on a very nice block with well maintained row homes. A few years before that, 3 buddies and I went in together on a very large place in very bad part of Philadelphia. This is still a pretty rough neighborhood today, but much much moreso back when my friends and I lived there. My friends and I didn't mind. We were in our early 20's and to us, this place we lived in seemed like a mansion at the time. In retrospect, it wasn't all that big, but we had 3 stories between us and the first floor was basically one big open space. from the front door to the back. We had lots of great parties and fun times there, and the neighbors actually started to kind of sort of like us, but it wasn't a place to stay for more than a year. So to specifically answer your question, living in a ghetto was a pretty cool experience for me, when I had the experience. I don't know if I'd enjoy it as much anymore.



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Re: A question for Philly

Postby Philly » Wed Aug 17, 2016 5:15 am

They let me handle the fries, but say I need more time behind the counter before I'll be ready for burgers.

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Re: A question for Philly

Postby Ace30 » Wed Aug 17, 2016 5:18 am

Philly wrote:They let me handle the fries, but say I need more time behind the counter before I'll be ready for burgers.

That sounds about right, maybe when you take the basket out of the oil, you'll find all the philly brains in the basket.... fried just the way they are.
Maybe when you're no longer a retard,they'll let you operate the stapler, right ? lol

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I got news for ya... the Eagles sucks, for a professional team, they can't play football to beat my grandma in it.
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Re: A question for Philly

Postby Philly » Wed Aug 17, 2016 6:06 am

It doesn't matter if they suck or are good. They are still my Eagles.
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Re: A question for Philly

Postby ToddStarnes » Wed Aug 17, 2016 6:41 am

I live in philly. Come at me.
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Re: A question for Philly

Postby NAB » Wed Aug 17, 2016 8:28 am

TIL that a well placed nuke on Philadelphia would solve a whole host of problems.

It's the only way to be sure.
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Re: A question for Philly

Postby Ace30 » Wed Aug 17, 2016 12:42 pm

Philly wrote:It doesn't matter if they suck or are good. They are still my Eagles.

How about the Community College of Philadelphia, and all those other Philadelphia, and Pennsylvania Universities you pick one, becomes yours too ?
Because maybe if it did, the Eagles wouldn't suck so much.
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Re: A question for Philly

Postby Ace30 » Wed Aug 17, 2016 1:05 pm

ToddStarnes wrote:I live in philly. Come at me.


No problem, I'd beat your f.ucking ass so bad you'll taste my boot laces 10 years from now, just as freshly as I taste the emotional damage from philly myself today.
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