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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by CiG, Oct 26, 2017.

  1. TechnicalBarbarity

    TechnicalBarbarity -TheNightsBane-

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    TechnicalBarbarity -TheNightsBane-

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    VATOS LOCOS POR VIDA HOMES! :lol:

    i swear just yesterday i was gonna ask when American Me was gonna come, but i forgot. How much did you get it for?
     
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    It was around $20 give or take, had it on order for a while so not sure the exact price.
     
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    TechnicalBarbarity -TheNightsBane-

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    yeah that's a mando purchase for me. About damn time it came out

    regarding Vatos Locos ... there really are a few neighborhoods out here with that name. I know there's one from Anaheim because i used to know some dude from there. There might be a click from east LA or midtown too but im not sure.
     
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    Guys i rolled with used to throw the "L" hand symbol like that :lol:
     
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    @TechnicalBarbarity

    The 2 shirtless homeboys are both dead r.i.p. ( big ed and peewee)



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    TechnicalBarbarity -TheNightsBane-

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    damn those are some old school pics man, reminded me of some of my homies too. RIP
     
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    In anticipation of summer I decided to buy some fake metal shorts from an Ebay shop:

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    TechnicalBarbarity -TheNightsBane-

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    @RadicalThrasher which one are you? Is guy all the woy on the right also in the bottom picture? looks like the same dude.

    The L around here is what one of the biggest blood gangs uses. The Denver Lanes. But they mostly throw it up with their palm facing out though. They have a big set/click in my city and they've been going at it with one of the mexican hoods(Villa Boys Pasa X3) for the last 15+ years and it hasnt fared well for them.

    i remember this one like it was yesterday, not too far from where i was at when it went down ...
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    I'm not in any of those pics, sure i have more than a few throwing signs ha. I seen what you guys do with peoples pics though:lol: :err:

    Guy on the top right is my brother, we do look alot alike, but in that pic his face is smashed up. He got rammed by spanish cobras 3-4 weeks before that. Blonde guy second right on top is the same blonde dude middle bottom, probably like 10-12 years between those pictures. Guy on bottom right is big ed, same dude shirtless left.
     
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    ahh i see, i thought your bro and big Ed were the same person for a second there. Are any of those old school neighborhoods still active?

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    No active street sets anymore that i know of. Extinct gang. All old neighborhoods overrun by mexicans and puerto ricans. Still lots of guys locked up that get recognition there. No whiteboys to carry banner on the streets anymore, all whites generation or two behind me got soft or something. Still lots of white gang members on streets, but they're part of mostly spanish gangs and a few black gangs. No all white gangs left in chicago.
     
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    yea the younger generation on a whole has gotten much softer.

    Btw i think i remember you posting an old school pic where you had a mullet, not sure though heh
     
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    After the disappointment of those cheapass incense sticks I bought a few weeks ago, I ordered some resins (frankincense, myrrh, dragon's blood and others) to see if they're more legit.

    Right now I'm heating up the frankincense and it smells AMAZING. I know I've smelled this somewhere before, like on some tour of a historic building, but it's been forever. This is one of the most magical things I've ever smelled.

    I'm probably doing it wrong by using this heating implement designed for oils, so I guess I'll buy charcoal tablets + burner soon. I'm becoming a smellophile...

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    TechnicalBarbarity -TheNightsBane-

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    I've spent a lot of time at cemeteries in the last few years and those are always used there and also at church/funeral services. During a burial they usually have the charcoals set up on a pole/plate/whatever where everyone walks by and puts a few stones in. Its also a tradition to always light some up when you visit the graves of your loved ones.
     

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