Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by skylarbrie, May 1, 2014.
Saginaw, Michigan is an underrated Shithole, its gets two of the worst neighborhoods of the top 25. . I don't know if the rest of the country realizes what a dump it is.
The most dangerous hood!
I've said it before and I'll say it again. East St. Louis makes Detroit seem like high society Paris in the 20's.
wow south central is nowhere to be seen
Almost all midwest and the south. Fuck all y'all northeast haters.
Camden should be burned to the ground. Start the fire on the eastern edge and push the flames west, so all the fleeing rats drown in the Delaware.
East St. Louis is a real shithole, Detroit does make the list with three of the shittiest neighborhoods in the top 25. I wasn't surprised to see East St. Louis on the list, but very surprised not to see any Flint, Mi hoods. Its a real dump.
so what is the common denominator? :
He's listing very specific areas (within several blocks) with lower populations - that's how you get the number so high. South Central is a huge area with a lot of people and crime isn't as concentrated on a few blocks except during riots.
If you google map "east St. Louis, IL" it drops a pin right on Martin Luther King Dr...... Which made me laugh first because of the irony and second because it's straight out of an old Chris Rock bit.
The common denominator is that these are obviously areas with gun nuts who support the 2nd amendment. If we outlawed legal gun ownership the murder rates in these areas would go go down for sure. I'm assuming all guns used in crimes in these areas are legally registered.
That area of Atlanta is no surprise. It's pretty rough over there. If any of you saw it, it is the area, or near the area, where those guys taped themselves beating some gay black guy for being gay.
First let's make Afghanistan safe and then we can worry about making America safe. Also, let's put 50,000 troops in Japan, 35,000 troops in South Korea and 60,000 troops in Germany to keep those areas safe. Once the rest of the world is safe, we can take those trillions of dollars and hire more police, build more prisons and keep prisoners behind bars for a longer period of time in America.
You have a career in DC, son.
I can feel it.
Memphis was truly scary to stop in. I absolutely love Louisiana but driving at night was an extremely scary experience. Was thankful that I did not have to stop in Baltimore and just drove through. In California, there are neighborhoods in Oakland and in Stockton that are scary experiences as well.
Ill.rename this the top 25 places in America I wont be.unless Im in the belly of an M1 Abrams
That's something that can't be discussed rationally....Do you want to be labeled a racist....That's worse than anything going on in these neighborhoods