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Old 07-17-2010, 08:04 AM   #1
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Anyone else watch this? I've been watching for a while.

Pretty interesting, but if these guys want to kill each other and kill innocent kids, why not send them to war?

SMM in Trenton last night was crazy, they stop at nothing to make money and have no remorse.
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Old 07-17-2010, 08:10 AM   #2
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Those idiots just need therapy.



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Old 07-17-2010, 08:16 AM   #3
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Nothing will help them, they get sent to prison and that doesn't work.
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Old 07-17-2010, 09:46 AM   #4
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I'm an avid watcher.

Prison is just a recruiting ground and reinforces their lifestyle (while getting to work out as well).

My dad told me years ago they should just arm these guys and drop them in the middle of a war zone. Of course they probably wouldn't exactly adhere to the Geneva Convention. Ha
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Prison is just a recruiting ground and reinforces their lifestyle (while getting to work out as well).

My dad told me years ago they should just arm these guys and drop them in the middle of a war zone. Of course they probably wouldn't exactly adhere to the Geneva Convention. Ha
Same thing I was saying, 18, 19 and 20 year old kids are walking around with AK-47's, why not put them to use.

Street warfare is different than real war, wouldn't last very long out there.
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Meh those dudes would run like scared babies in a real war. No training, no discipline, no honor, no selflessness. Better off just using them as decoys to blown up while the real soldiers surprise attack.
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Old 07-17-2010, 09:59 AM   #7
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Meh those dudes would run like scared babies in a real war. No training, no discipline, no honor, no selflessness. Better off just using them as decoys to blown up while the real soldiers surprise attack.
Or put them through training and put them on the front lines if their so bad ass.
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Same thing I was saying, 18, 19 and 20 year old kids are walking around with AK-47's, why not put them to use.

Street warfare is different than real war, wouldn't last very long out there.
. . . and what's the downside in that?
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. . . and what's the downside in that?
None at all, in fact I would pay to watch that.
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I watch that show a **** ton. I don't like the biker episodes though
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I watch that show a **** ton. I don't like the biker episodes though
Did you see the one on Sons of Silence?
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I can't remember but I probably did. I remember watching the ones on The Outlaws, Hells Angels, and The Breed.
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Old 07-17-2010, 11:23 AM   #13
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I can't remember but I probably did. I remember watching the ones on The Outlaws, Hells Angels, and The Breed.
Those guys are military minded, but I do agree the biker episodes are not as fun.

They seem to care more about selling drugs and partying.
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Sons of Silence are the local ones right? I've never seen any out and about if I understand correctly you don't really ride around with your colors on unless it's a club function or am I wrong about that? I did see a Bandido once in Aurora and what looked like a Hells Angels prospect on County Line road of all places.
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Sons of Silence are the local ones right? I've never seen any out and about if I understand correctly you don't really ride around with your colors on unless it's a club function or am I wrong about that? I did see a Bandido once in Aurora and what looked like a Hells Angels prospect on County Line road of all places.
Yes they are local.
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A lot of those guys are going into the armed services. When they come out they bring back the combat tactics that they learned and they use them on the streets. They had a show on that once. They showed a video of a gangbanger in a shootout in a parking lot, looked like a 7/11 or something, and dude was using his military training. It was a trip.

The shows are really interesting. These guys just don't care about life. One gang from Oakland would drive through enemy hoods just to piss them off. It was funny when their van overheated and they had to wait for it to cool down in the wrong hood. They got it started just as they were spotted by a rival gang.
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I seen the one with overheating van
, if I remember correctly one of them was already in a wheelchair.

They must of had a death wish, it's just insane.
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Meh those dudes would run like scared babies in a real war. No training, no discipline, no honor, no selflessness. Better off just using them as decoys to blown up while the real soldiers surprise attack.
um. Hey bro iguess you never served cause they ae alreaddy in tje armed forces.and bring their knowledge to the street. Man there is nothing like being ignorant
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Sons of Silence are the local ones right? I've never seen any out and about if I understand correctly you don't really ride around with your colors on unless it's a club function or am I wrong about that? I did see a Bandido once in Aurora and what looked like a Hells Angels prospect on County Line road of all places.
Nah, they wear their colors whenever they ride. They wont cause you any trouble if you dont cause them any tho. It is pretty crazy at the motorcycle show and swap every Feb to see all of the clubs under the same roof.
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Old 07-17-2010, 07:49 PM   #20
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um. Hey bro iguess you never served cause they ae alreaddy in tje armed forces.and bring their knowledge to the street. Man there is nothing like being ignorant
Well your lack of grammar is not doing a whole lot for you.
That happened a lot after Vietnam. I don't think it happens so much anymore.
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A lot of those guys are going into the armed services. When they come out they bring back the combat tactics that they learned and they use them on the streets. They had a show on that once. They showed a video of a gangbanger in a shootout in a parking lot, looked like a 7/11 or something, and dude was using his military training. It was a trip.

The shows are really interesting. These guys just don't care about life. One gang from Oakland would drive through enemy hoods just to piss them off. It was funny when their van overheated and they had to wait for it to cool down in the wrong hood. They got it started just as they were spotted by a rival gang.
I was just going to mention that show.. Correct me if I am but I believe that the guys were part of MS-13.. Also tagging the walls in Iraq..
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Yup, good ole ms-13. Theyre trying very hard to infiltrate the border patrol, too.

That one vid mentioned earlier about the guy @ 7-11. Insane. He was using all the basic military / counter terrorism moves and killed five cops (I believe). Very sad.
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