By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

15 thoughts on “This is why I am not impressed with New Yorkers.”
  1. How is this man still on the streets? He’s a criminal.

    As far as his neighbors, what could they do?

    1. Him and thousands of others in every major city. There are no more Insane Asylums. How many of the homeless are mentally deranged? Drug addicted? Alcoholics? Some combination of the above?

      this is the product of the liberal progressive Mental Health Reform. They closed the asylums, because normal people thought the mentally ill could manage themselves with prescription drugs. all the while forgetting too many are seriously mentally ill, and not normal by definition.

      Even if someone is admitted to the ER, needs to be admitted to a psych ward, there often is ZERO, NONE available. A relative had breakdown and was suicidal, and the only open bed was across the state, 200 miles away.

      1. @rd: This guy did get through dental school. I have difficulty imagining that he could behave like that in class and a clinical rotations and graduate.

        1. Some unfortunate people are normal until they reach their twenties, then tragically become mentally ill between 20 and 30 something. Schizophrenia, depression, bipolar and other mental illnesses make themselves apparent. Others are terribly damaged by drug or alcohol use.

          I have seen both up close. One was a high school classmate that killed his intellect with alcohol. Mind of a ten year old. With lots of loving care and treatment, most can live happy and even very productive near normal lives. The ones that don’t, and fall through the cracks too often fall so far. It is hard for them to come back because their harmful and destructive behaviors become habits and a way of life.

  2. Somewhere out there on that horizon
    Out beyond the neon lights
    I know there must be somethin’ better
    But there’s nowhere else in sight

    It’s survival in the city
    When you live from day to day
    City streets don’t have much pity
    When you’re down, that’s where you’ll stay

    In the city, oh, oh.
    In the city

    I was born here in the city
    With my back against the wall
    Nothing grows, and life ain’t very pretty
    No one’s there to catch you when you fall

    Somewhere out on that horizon
    Faraway from the neon sky
    I know there must be somethin’ better
    And I can’t stay another night

    In the city, oh, oh.
    In the city”

    All BS. There is nothing tough about living in a major city. Worst case scenario, you are kept up at night because of the noise, or someone does not move out of your way fast enough.

  3. Wow, has a great weapon in his hand, is attacked and then attempts to put it down to engage? Would have been swinging that helmet with wild abandon. Like skateboards, I am leery around helmets too

      1. Well aware of that, but for most violent and yet random encounters I have witnessed (know better than to be a part of stuff even at a young age, swallow crow and ass out of there) has involved those two the most.

  4. So the building should get together, arm themselves with bats, wait for his ass to be in a good ambush spot, and then beat him so badly that he has to eat his dinner through a straw for a couple of months.
    Then all of you deny that it was you.
    He will learn his lesson.

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