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USA cut up, a cool chart, click me!

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by PalestineOne, Mar 26, 2004.

  1. PalestineOne

    PalestineOne Senior Member

    Joined: Mar 25, 2004 Messages: 1,177 Likes Received: 0
    maybe this is wrong or I cant read it, but check it out.

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    j Guest

     
  3. TheoHuxtable

    TheoHuxtable Senior Member

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  4. PalestineOne

    PalestineOne Senior Member

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    yeah uhhh, I think that map is a little to complicated for you
     
  5. PalestineOne

    PalestineOne Senior Member

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    and its county, not countie...what are you British?
     
  6. PalestineOne

    PalestineOne Senior Member

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    its not, its a message board.
     
  7. PalestineOne

    PalestineOne Senior Member

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    bump




    what the fuck? my only thread isnt worthy of replies? Its not like you see charts like this everyday, dammit, I found it interesting, especially you political rebellious anarchist activist democrat republican party loyal catch all underdog oppressed revolutionary communist motherfuckers should reply and say
    "damn, see, I told you most of us were poor!, see!!"
    and then someone else replies by saying "yeah, well, compared to what other country?, cause next to Bangladesh were ballers if were on unemployment"
     
  8. Joker

    Joker Dirty Dozen Crew

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    It's we're, not were... what are you, American?
     
  9. nomadawhat

    nomadawhat Veteran Member

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  10. TheoHuxtable

    TheoHuxtable Senior Member

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    Yeah. That chart is bogus. Maybe they mean by property value. People who actually own the property in South Central usually got $$. It's the people who live there that are usually broke. Property value in more dense areas is almost always more valuable than propertly value way out in the countryside.
     
  11. fethasmcgraw

    fethasmcgraw Junior Member

    Joined: Feb 9, 2004 Messages: 221 Likes Received: 0
    wow, my area has alot of rich folks. you wouldnt know it by the way my town looks...
     
  12. TheoHuxtable

    TheoHuxtable Senior Member

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  13. Brownbread?

    Brownbread? Junior Member

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    funny thing about the US is the very rich and very poor dont live very far from one another. the poor usually in the out skirts of the the downtown area and the rich in the downtown area of suburbs outside the city. jersey for one is just like that. very financially segregated. i remember back in the day i use to live in this working class neighborhood in union county with like ugly oldschool townhouses and rowhouses and like 20 feet away behind some trees was this new age richie rich neighborhood with houses starting at $200,000.thats america for ya.
     
  14. PalestineOne

    PalestineOne Senior Member

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    yes.. every city in America is like that. The rich live downtown and in the suburbs right out of the city, and the poor live in the city closer to downtown
    but with gentrification, the rich are now kicking the poor out of the cities by moving in to the city. its like the reverse of white flight. yuppies are moving deeper and deeper in the city, and the poor are moving farther and farther. but it still remains that the inner city is where the poorest of the poor live. And unfortunatley, the blacks and latinos are the ones who live in the inner cities, and the whites live in the rest of the city or suburb or downtown. thats america, racist as shit.
     
  15. TheoHuxtable

    TheoHuxtable Senior Member

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    It's very different in Los Angeles. Most of downtown and nearby areas surrounding downtown is inhabited by below-middle-class people, with the exception of a few extravagant hotels and some apartment/condo complexes. The outskirts of L.A. and the areas far from downtown are inhabited by the upper and middle class. South Central and Compton are kind of far from downtown but it's still inner city compared to like Beverly Hills, Bel Air, or Malibu.
     
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