Saturday, October 6, 2018

His name is Timothy Moriconi: White Man Living in 85% White Community Within 70% Black Baltimore Murdered by Two Blacks

Previously on SBPDL: His Name is Alexander Wroblewski: Another White Bartender in 70 percent Black Baltimore Murdered by Blacks

No where is safe in a 70 percent black city. 

Not even a white enclave within this 70 percent black city. Riverside is an 85 percent white, and it's where a white man was hunted down and murdered by two blacks. 

His name is Timothy Moriconi. 
Rest in peace, Timothy


[Baltimore Police charge 23-year-old man in fatal shooting near Federal Hill, Baltimore Sun, 10-4-18]:
Baltimore police have arrested and charged a man in the death of Timothy Moriconi, the 25-year-old gunned down outside his home last week in Riverside, near Federal Hill. 
Deandre Devon Sleet, 23, attempted to rob Moriconi as he was walking home on Riverside Avenue before fatally shooting him, police spokesman T.J. Smith said at a news conference Thursday. Sleet was part of a pair police believe are responsible for a series of robberies across the city. 
He was charged with first- and second-degree murder, robbery and multiple handgun violations, among other charges. Police also charged Kiara Treasure Wesley, 23, of Baltimore with a handgun violation in the case. Additional charges are pending against her, Smith said. 
Last week, Moriconi left a relative’s house and was almost home when one gunshot pierced the side of his head at about 7:22 p.m. Thursday. 
It wasn’t the first time Moriconi had been the victim of an attempted robbery. Last year, he recounted his experience being robbed at gunpoint and chasing his assailants until they dropped his phone. 
“Moral of the story is, be careful, no matter what neighborhood you’re in, always be aware of your surroundings,” he wrote in a neighborhood Facebook group.
It’s unclear whether he resisted the robbery when he was killed last week.
 
“We don’t know for certain that Mr. Moriconi fought back but the possibility and probability exists that he did,” Smith said. 
Video surveillance helped police track down a car — a compact Chevrolet with temporary tags — where Sleet and Wesley were found along with a gun that matched the bullet used to shoot Moriconi, Smith said. The suspects were arrested without incident, he said. 
Moriconi’s killing has rattled the South Baltimore neighborhood, among the least likely to suffer gun violence in Baltimore. A vigil for Moriconi drew dozens of mourners last week, and hundreds of neighbors from the peninsula turned out Monday for a crime walk, where Mayor Catherine Pugh defended her administration’s strategy to combat crime. 
“This case would not have been solved without significant community involvement,” Smith said. 
Sleet was also charged in a robbery in Northeast Baltimore, and police believe he and Wesley were involved in other street robberies. 
“It appears that he would conduct the robbery and she would drive the getaway car,” Smith said. “We believe that they’re linked to additional robberies that occurred in the city; unfortunately this one ended in violence.” 
Smith said the investigation into Moriconi’s death is ongoing. 
Sleet was convicted in October 2017 in Anne Arundel County of misdemeanor drug distribution charges, online court records show. He was sentenced to eight years in prison, with six and a half years suspended — time that hangs over his head if he re-offends. 
Before that, in 2013, Sleet pleaded guilty to armed robbery and received a sentence of five years with all but two years suspended, according online court records. 
Moriconi was one of 37 people killed in Baltimore in September, the city’s most violent month since May 2017. On Monday, interim Police Commissioner Gary Tuggle said the reasons for the month’s killings varied: Some were random, others resulted from robberies or were tied to disputes, and at least two were domestic in nature.
Remember Robert Ponsi? He was a server at James Joyce Pub in Baltimore. He was fatally stabbed by a group of black males in January of 2016. One of the black males who participated in the execution of Ponsi was the son a community activist 
Remember Kimberly Leto? She was a bartender at O'Donnell's Pub in Baltimore. She was murdered by two black males in 2014. One of the black males who murdered her was the son of a police dispatcher. 

The white working class in 70 percent black Baltimore has no community to support them, nor advocacy group to promote their interests. 

Whites represent under 25 percent of the population of Baltimore, when in 1917 whites represented nearly 90 percent of the city's residents. 

It was a world-class city then; now, it's nothing more than another Mogadishu in the making. 


At some point in the not too distant future, the wrong white man is going to be the attempted victim of a mugging/robbery by black suspects.

The outcome will be far, far different than the terrible fate forced integration had for Timothy Moriconi. 

In a city where black on white murder (crime) happens far, far too frequently, one gets a glimpse of what life will be like for the coming white minority all across America.

60 comments:

Boy the way Glenn Miller played said...

"The white working class in 70 percent black Baltimore has no community to support them, nor advocacy group to promote their interests."

Except for maybe the National Rifle Association & the American Kennel Club.

Boy the way Glenn Miller played said...

"Sleet was convicted in October 2017 in Anne Arundel County of misdemeanor drug distribution charges, online court records show. He was sentenced to eight years in prison, with six and a half years suspended — time that hangs over his head if he re-offends"

I guess that I'm not too good at math. Can anyone help to explain this to benighted folks like me?

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately if a white were to defend themselves and kill the perpetrator, the media will crucify the white person.

Anonymous said...

Where ever we go they will follow. Without whites blacks would be extinct. They need us, we don't need them or any of their hidden figures. In Africa people put up boma's to keep the lions out. If you are in a white enclave I suggest you do the same.
Stay alert, stay armed my dear friends.
Avoid the groid.

Californian said...

From the Department of [Crime] Gone Wrong:

“We believe that they’re linked to additional robberies that occurred in the city; unfortunately this one ended in violence.”

Of course, had this robbery ended in the bad guys getting away with the money and no body on the pavement, that would have been good fortune? It takes a homicide to get the system to take notice and perhaps bring the perpetrators to heel.

Goes back to how language is manipulated in BRA. The routine state of affairs is acceptance of property crime as long as no "shots ring out." You don't consider enforcement of routine laws a priority because that would have a "disparate impact" on blacks.

Welcome to the new normal.

Anonymous said...

At some point in the not too distant future, the wrong white man is going to be the attempted victim of a mugging/robbery by black suspects.

And when that happens, the dead black men will be lionized by their “community”. The media will show photos of them that belie their true nature, activists will decry the racist motivation of the shooting and the fambly will shout “HE DINDU NUFFIN!” from the rooftops.

The white guy will be lucky if he doesn’t go to prison, and the cost of his defense will probably bankrupt him...

Brian in Ohio said...

Living in a 70% black city is a situational awareness fail.

There`s nothing in there worth your life. Not a job. Not the old neighborhood. Nothing. If there`s family you care about, get them out.

With the lights on, full bellies, and money on the `ole EBT every month, blacks still rape, rob and murder them on a regular basis. When the lights go out, even for a few days, and they figure out the police aren't coming....
It wont matter how "not racist" or how many black friends you have. Your skin color will be your uniform, and it will be open season on whitey.


Stay alert, stay alive.

OverSeer said...

Until more white people get armed and have situational awareness this will continue to happen. Otherwise it will just be business as usual in Planet of the Apes.

Anonymous said...

White privilege

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile, reality tv star "The Situation" gets 8 months in prison for lying about his income taxes. Shows what really matters in cases like this.

Raccoon said...

Boy the way Glen Miller played said: "I guess that I'm not too good at math. Can anyone help to explain this to benighted folks like me?"

OK, I'll step up to help you here with the math. Sleet was convicted in October 2017 and was sentenced to eight years in prison, with six and a half years suspended. This means that Sleet should have been imprisoned for 18 months in October 2017.

This means that he should be out on parole in April 2019.

No, wait...

Detroit Refugee said...

Brian in Ohio said ;
When the lights go out, even for a few days, open season on YT.

I couldn't agree more. This is something I bring up with people I know don't read this blog. It's uncomfortable and they don't like to hear the truth. But, folks agree sheepishly.

I survived the big brownout of 2003 or was it '02? And this was under Kwame while living soo damn close to the big D. Melvindale, maybe a quarter mile from some serious Kultcha & Dieversity.

Today is an entirely different beast. Everyone here knows this. Midwest loses power for 3 days again & it'll be a Cat 4. A bro at work told me he plans on looting the Pointes.

Be ready. For anything. Not just a police shooting.

Detroit Refugee said...

R.I.P. Timothy. They can't hurt you ever again.

Anonymous said...

All of these are good, but it doesn’t change the fact that without iron-clad evidence that supports a self defense argument, whites are at disadvantage in our judicial system.

Anonymous said...

South Africa.
People had to surround their homes with fortifications to prevent groid attacks.

rex freeway said...

Negroes ruin everything. Zero redeemable qualities

juvenal said...

The Baltimore Sunburn wouldn't let me acess the article for some reason. Oh well.

juvenal said...

Was this guy " working class " or just another moronic hipster trying to " escape the stifling conformity of Suburbia " . If he was the former rather than the latter, something tells me that the outcome would have been much different.

Anonymous said...

@Boy the way Glenn Miller played October 6, 2018 at 1:39 PM

The suspended time is typically given as probation and the time served in county lockup awaiting a trial will be used as part of the actual sentence of incarceration. If the person does not follow the stipulations of probation, they can be sent to prison for the remainder of the suspended time, in this case six and a half years.

For a normal human being with future time orientation, this would be known as a second chance. The penalty for disobeying the stipulations of probation would result in an automatic six year sentence. Probation would typically involve drug testing, curfew, etc.

We already know how a dindu would perceive such a judgement...

Anonymous said...

Right now the financial system is working which means that EBT gets paid monthly, Section 8 housing has utilities and all the other systems in BRA are functioning properly for the benefit of colored people. This damps down the violence of the Negroes, Mexicans and other undesirables to tolerable levels for the YTs living amongst the diversity. When these systems fail place like Baltimore will become deathtraps for these naive YTs living amongst the wildlife.

The financial system of the U.S. and the rest of the world is burdened by extremely high levels of debt both government and private. The solvency of most private borrowers is based upon the implicit assumption that interest rates will not increase else the debt becomes unpayable. Government debt is different. The U.S. Government can and does just create money out of thin air backed by nothing so it can never go bankrupt although this causes rapid inflation with its attendant problems.

Interest rates have started to increase causing financial markets to decline recently. If rates continue to increase the stress on financial markets could cause another market crash more severe than 2008 eventually disrupting commerce. This will cause shortages in the hood that will cause massive chimpouts.

When there are no more 40 ouncers to imbibe or an ounce of weed triples in price Shitavious is going to want to burn the bitch down even more than normal. YTs in their "safe" enclaves will be special targets of the diversity mob's wrath. There is still time to move out of undefendable places like Baltimore to suburbs or rural areas that are overwhelmingly white.

That is what white people living in diverse areas should do now, move to save their lives while they still can. Even just a few miles away from the diversity can be the difference between life and death. As PK says: "All we have to do is survive."

tex hallizster said...

you never live in a shithole like baltimore..unless you have a deathwish

Anonymous said...

“This case would not have been solved without significant community involvement,” Smith said.

Really? Seems that all it took was a few security cameras for the cops to track the two murderers down, finding them smoking weed ("arrested without incident") in the getaway car with the murder weapon and stolen goods in their laps.

Anonymous said...

The only surprising part of this story is that the black guy's father is around and delivering the boilerplate "he's a good boy" quote:

https://nypost.com/2018/10/03/youve-got-to-be-f-king-kidding-me-dad-reacts-to-nypd-sons-hooker-humiliation/?utm_source=fark&utm_medium=website&utm_content=link&ICID=ref_fark

OverSeer said...

Would you rather be dead or called a racist by the media? Its what has to be done.

Brian in Ohio said...

And when that happens, the dead black men will be lionized by their “community”. The media will show photos of them that belie their true nature, activists will decry the racist motivation of the shooting and the fambly will shout “HE DINDU NUFFIN!” from the rooftops.

The white guy will be lucky if he doesn’t go to prison, and the cost of his defense will probably bankrupt him...


In this case, had Shitavious been ventilated by Mr. Moriconi, we would have seen his getaway driver wailing for the cameras about how they "wuz jus axin fo directions when dis honkey shoot him fo no reason!"

Everyone remember "hands up don't shoot"? Yeah, it was complete bullshit, but that didn't help Darren Wilson.

Stay alert, stay alive.

Justin Igger said...

Better to be tried by 12 than carried by 6 !

Anonymous said...

Treasure eh? Even when blacks use legible, English words/names the result still comes off as idiotic. I’ll wager there was very little “Treasure” within.

Anonymous said...

Boy the way Glenn Miller played said "Sleet was convicted in October 2017 in Anne Arundel County of misdemeanor drug distribution charges, online court records show. He was sentenced to eight years in prison, with six and a half years suspended — time that hangs over his head if he re-offends"

I guess that I'm not too good at math. Can anyone help to explain this to benighted folks like me?


I don’t know if Glenn is asking a serious question, but I’ll attempt to answer with the hope that there are readers on this blog who would appreciate an explanation. I don’t claim to be an expert in this area, and my opinion is based upon my limited knowledge of the process in the state where I live.

When a defendant faces criminal charges he must consider his worst case scenario where a prosecuting attorney might convince 12 jurors beyond a reasonable doubt of guilt, and an angry jury recommends a maximum sentence of perhaps 20 years. The prosecuting attorney must consider his worst case scenario where he spends a few days in front of a jury and cannot convince all 12 jurors of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, and the defendant walks out of the Court room a free man while giving the finger to the families of the victim.

Because of this uncertainty almost all criminal cases are settled with a compromise which somewhat reflects the strength of the case as perceived by the parties. If the prosecutor has irrefutable video evidence, DNA linking the defendant to the crime, multiple credible witnesses, and a defendant with lengthy criminal history, the prosecutor might offer only the maximum penalty. The weaker the case, the better the prosecutor’s offer will be.

It sounds like Sleet and the prosecutor compromised with a sentence of 8 years in prison with all but the first 1 ½ years suspended. This means that the defendant entered a plea of guilty and the Court made a finding of guilt without the necessity of a jury hearing any evidence. The judge then adopted the agreement of the parties and sentenced the defendant to 1 ½ years actually in prison with the balance of 6 ½ years suspended subject to specified rules and conditions of probation. If the defendant breaks any of the rules and conditions of probation after being released from prison during the balance of the suspended sentence, the prosecutor needs only to convince a judge of the violations, and the judge can revoke any portion of the unserved sentence. The burden of the prosecutor at a revocation hearing is merely to convince a single judge that it is more likely than not that the defendant violated the rules and conditions of probation.

If not for plea deals, our courts would be hopelessly clogged, and many guilty defendants would walk completely free because the prosecuting attorney could not convince 12 jurors of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. On the other hand, it is not uncommon for a defendant to walk into a courtroom for a revocation hearing and then find himself in the custody of the department of corrections headed for prison within a few minutes.

Most defendants agree to a plea deal so long as not much prison time must be served up front without realistically considering the likelihood that they will violate their rules and conditions of probation after their release from prison. Plea deals are probably racist because they disproportionately cause the incarceration of Nikes at revocation hearings. Due to its lack of future time orientation the Nike is incapable of realizing that it cannot comply with rules and conditions of probation in the future.

Anonymous said...

This guy Timmy was a slow learner. He had a previous bad encounter with spooks and to top it off, he had dozens of negro "friends" on his Facebook page.
Shocked he made it to 23.
Female in FL

Anonymous said...

Nearly 100 cars broken into at the same metro Atlanta mall in 1 night

By: Tyisha Fernandes
Updated: Oct 7, 2018 - 6:02 AM

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - Nearly 100 cars were broken into at Stonecrest Mall Friday night, officials say. 

Channel 2's Tyisha Fernandes spoke with a nail technician contractor who works at a beauty salon in the mall, who didn't want to be identified. She said there are no security cameras around the mall and thieves know it. 

"I was told there were cameras around here but there was never any cameras around here so that means our safety is In jeopardy," she said.

She's concerned that with the holidays right around the corner, more people could be in danger.  ...

https://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/dekalb-county/100-cars-broken-into-last-night-at-the-same-mall/848100504

Law and order is an illusion in BRA. Underfunded, understaffed, overwhelmed.

Anonymous said...

“We don’t know for certain that Mr. Moriconi fought back but the possibility and probability exists that he did,” Smith said.

Well, we can be reasonably certain that Moriconi didn’t seriously fight back because his self defense firearm and/or knife wasn’t recovered from the scene of the murder or in the getaway car, and there were no dead Nikes. What they really mean is that Moriconi probably protested the theft of his phone which is a bluff that works only on a Nike that isn’t committed to killing its victim. Not all white people have learned that for a Nike it is a bonus to kill a white person during the course of a robbery.

Anonymous said...

“Moral of the story is, be careful, no matter what neighborhood you’re in, always be aware of your surroundings,” he wrote in a neighborhood Facebook group.

LMAO! The moral of the story is to avoid the fukin groid!

Anonymous said...

Nearly 100 cars broken into at the same metro Atlanta mall in 1 night

By: Tyisha Fernandes
Updated: Oct 7, 2018 - 6:02 AM

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - Nearly 100 cars were broken into at Stonecrest Mall Friday night, officials say.

In the Atlanta area, this is called Cooncreast Mall

Anonymous said...

I'm so flipping sick of them. But I'd better keep my mouth shut at Thanksgiving and only talk about the Cowboys and Lions games that the Sportsball fanatics will be glued to or I'll get the "there's good and bad in all people" bromide from Mom and a request to be pleasant.

-Lee Lepanto

Anonymous said...

It would be best if you didn't write in regional slang so everyone can understand what you're trying to say.

D-FENS said...

Look at what Mall at Stonecrest considers its customer base:

https://www.mallatstonecrest.com/#content

D-FENS said...

From the wikipedia entry for Mall of Stonecrest:

“The mall serves a diverse clientele including blacks and Hispanics, and provides, for example, both black and white Santas in the period running up to Christmas.”

“In May 2009, the management instituted its Parental Involvement Program (derisively known in the community as the "anti-teenager policy"), whereby anyone under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult after a 4pm "curfew" on weekends, or be forced to leave by mall security. This was in response to several notable incidences of violence and mayhem perpetrated primarily by teenagers.[7]

In April 2010, an argument over a parking space led to a stabbing and a shooting.[8]MARTA provides bus service to the Mall at Stonecrest.

In December 2011, police had to quell a disturbance at the mall on the day of the release of a new Air Jordan limited edition shoe. The mall was to open at 8 AM but at about 7 AM already 200 people were waiting outside. The mall door was pried open and the crowd rushed inside to the door of the store selling the shoes.[9]

In January 2013, it was reported that that mall was "beset by debt issues that could leave it vulnerable to foreclosure".[10]

On November 2, 2017, Sears announced that their location at The Mall at Stonecrest would also be closing as part of a plan to close 63 stores nationwide. The store closed in January 2018, while the former Parisian and Kohl's building that closed on November 1, 2016 became offices for Atlanta Sports City on October 5, 2017.”

Anonymous said...

He thought he was "down with the black man". I've known so many Whites like this, usually sportsball fans.

Unknown said...

What place have these dindu thugs haven't ruined?

Anonymous said...


"If not for plea deals, our courts would be hopelessly clogged, and many guilty defendants would walk completely free because the prosecuting attorney could not convince 12 jurors of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt."

In orher words this "justice" system is rigged to favor criminals.

Anonymous said...

To Detroit refugee; not sure about the Pointes, but tell your co worker to avoid northern Oakland county. Armed to the hilt out this way. Same with Livingston county.

Detroit Refugee said...

Unknown @ 2:22
They can't really do much to islands that are full. No footholds allowed.

Detroit Refugee said...

To my "friends" in Oakland & Livingston Counties, the aspiring rappers know where the soft targets live, & where the "Rayciss'" reside.
Same thing down here in Southern Wayne Co. 1000's of hunters & fishermen. They've been woken up.

Boy the way Glenn Miller played said...

To anonymous @ 10:00 am:
Thank you for indulging me and my sarcasm. That being said, what in the world is " misdemeanor drug distribution"? While most rational folks don't believe that a guy who is caught with half of a joint in his ashtray should be sentenced to breaking rocks,( as the issue is always portrayed), these negroes were out & about answering nature's call. When you say "distribution", I think of "Scarface" or "Breaking Bad".
If I get a $100. parking ticket, the city expects me to pay $100.

Dindu Nuffinz said...

Same shht.. the only thing that changes is the victims' name... sad... fk this country!!!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said ”In orher words this "justice" system is rigged to favor criminals.”

You are correct. A side effect of a justice system designed to avoid imprisoning people who might not be guilty is that many guilty people will go free. A unanimous verdict by 12 jurors based on evidence that convinces them of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt is heavily biased in favor of the defendant. We could modify the justice system so a person could be convicted and sent to prison if only a single juror thought that a defendant might possibly be guilty. Few criminals would go free, but probably not many of us would feel comfortable in that environment.

Anonymous said...

To unknown @ 2:22 pm. Not sure if there is an area occupied by primarily blacks that is nice. Do any of the commenters know what Prince George county Maryland is like? I know that it has the most middle and upper middle class blacks in the country. This is due to working for the federal government in D.C.

Anonymous said...

Atlanta is an absolute disaster.
Property crime is so rampant that police don’t typically response.

Anonymous said...

Stats don’t lie.
There is a direct correlation between black population and crime. More blacks = more crime.

D-FENS said...

“Not sure if there is an area occupied by primarily blacks that is nice. Do any of the commenters know what Prince George county Maryland is like? I know that it has the most middle and upper middle class blacks in the country. This is due to working for the federal government in D.C.”

I looked at the top 10 wealthiest negro enclaves from the following list:

https://atlantablackstar.com/2014/01/03/10-richest-black-communities-america/

The top 3 are in LA county, all but one of the others is in MD. I had a post on the top 3 in LA (since I live in southern CA) looking at their school performance and crime stats but the post did not make it to prime time. These were areas with concentrations of negro entertainers and athletes. I remember school performance was so bad in one that they were able to join another school district. Keep in mind that these were areas that had household incomes of a couple hundred thousand dollars. An article in the LA Times noted that it was leaving less fortunate families behind.

I didn’t save my post but if there is any interest I will re-create it.

Anonymous said...

Your ghetto math is off. You missed the time served prior to the actual sentence. Factor that in and he was probably out a few months after actual conviction.

Augustus said...

Sounds like my family. I say "hi" to the sports fanatics on the sofa in front of the TV drinking, proceed to the kitchen to eat, and say "bye" to the drinking sportsball folks on the way out. Everyone is happy that way and they keep the lights bright, so my glow-in-the-dark red neck doesn't blind them. They're all happy anesthetized in front of the TV, and I'm glad to go home.

Anonymous said...

Been there, done with that.

Prince George's County born and raised. People with money who want their kids in "diverse" schools live in Montgomery County. People with less money are moving farther and farther to Charles and St. Mary's Counties to the south. Charles County used to be pretty white but it has turned and I've seen far too many whites who pretend to be black there.

PG used to be bad, they say crime is going down but when you have the Section Ape vouchers from DC moving to PG, you can't tell me it's better, safer, cleaner, nicer...

Anonymous said...

I'm in the process of moving out of Prince George's County, heading for the greener pastures of Anne Arundel to the east. Although, sometimes I wonder if I've moved far enough. PG isn't all bad; I'd say that, like most areas, the further you get away from populated areas and high-density housing, the more peaceful, relaxed, and safer it is. The closer you get to DC, especially once inside the Beltway, the more dangerous it gets.

As for wealth, it depends on how you measure it. Usually when they brag about PG being a wealthy mostly-black county, they're talking about income. But, even there, PG ranks 14 out of 24, of Maryland counties, plus Baltimore City. So, it's not THAT prosperous, in the overall scheme of things. Also, something like 63% of PG's public school students are on some kind of free/reduced cost school lunch program, so that's pretty telling, right there.

My main issue with PG County isn't crime, so much, but that entitled, me-first attitude. They'll try to walk right through you like you don't even exist, and then get huffy when you don't move. Pull out into traffic and rather than ease off a bit, they'll speed up and get right on your rear bumper. They also litter a lot. And, for supposedly being afraid of the police, they're awfully quick to call them, when they do something road-ragey and you give them back a taste of their own medicine.

I've been in Anne Arundel about a month now, and I think I've picked up ONE piece of litter, a fast food drink cup, from the side of the road in front of my house. In PG, there would probably be something tossed into my yard every day, and the most common item would be a beer can/bottle or a 40. Something else, kind of odd, I'd find a half-full bottle of Deer Park water maybe once every two weeks or so. Who the hell buys bottled water, only to throw half of it away?!

In the month I've been here, I'd say there have been maybe four times I've seen an emergency vehicle go past my house with its siren on, and it's always been a fire engine or ambulance, not a police car. In PG county, that would happen at least once per day, and would often be a police car. Sometimes, 2 or 3 going by together.

Let's see...what else can I compare? Oh...I have yet to hear a car drive past with the speakers rattling out to cranked-up ghetto rap. I'd usually get that several times per day in PG. About the worst I hear these days is a jacked up truck with modified exhaust, or a motorcycle.

Oh, one thing I noticed yesterday. I was back in PG, and stopped off at a McDonald's that I hadn't been to in awhile. Every single employee there was Latino. Not a black to be seen, although every customer except me was black. The last time I had been in there, the staff was mostly black, and the service was pretty bad. Slow, lazy, just collecting a paycheck sort of attitude. The Latinos, at least, were pleasant and friendly, and seemed to be working well together.

I have a feeling that, over time, the blacks will "lose" PG County to the Latinos. And that will probably be decried as "rayiss"

Mr. Rational said...

Treasure eh? Even when blacks use legible, English words/names the result still comes off as idiotic.

The names are aspirational and unintentionally ironic.  "Treasure" and "Precious" are refuse, garbage.  A name of "Genius" denotes a moron.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous at 5:36 am; nice job. Gives me more insight into PGC. Thanks for taking the time.

Anonymous said...

D- fens at 7:53 pm. I love your comments, and when they don’t make it onto this site, I’m disappointed.

Anonymous said...

I was in civil court today. There was some entertainment going on with a black mother/daughter team trying to claim their home was robbed by Latinos. I wish had heard more of that. Then the woman on the housing voucher program who couldn't arrive on time because she had to pick up her son. Can you imagines, someone wants her to be there at that time? She was total ghetto but still got what she wanted. Second time she did that. Can you imagines they're not paying her voucher.

The laws are for the white people. The free lawyers and all those other goodies, housing subsidies, Child care subsidies are for the blacks.

Anonymous said...

They don't even have to be violent to be killers, just completely lacking in humanity: https://www.bestgore.com/workplace-accident/auburn-washington-shell-robbed-clerk-suffers-heart-attack/

Anonymous said...

He was a wonderful kid who should not have been killed. “ down with the black man” wake up people! You sound horrible!
And anonymous in Florida, you are horrible. This person killed had a family.