Tag Archives: street gangs

My Name Is “Life On the Street” / Can We Talk?


Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Life On The Street and I have my own gang and we are always looking for new members. I do not want to be your friend, I just want you to be free to do whatever … Continue reading

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Street Gangs / A Time Of Pain And Shame For Children


Set On Fire at 6 Years Old I remember following the older boys to a street gang fight when I was about 6 years old maybe a year older.  They were called the Torrance Street Gang and they were in … Continue reading

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Where Has Our Police Presence Gone ?


The Way It Was: When I was a kid we knew certain policemen by name, because they were the policemen that patrolled your neighborhood.  If you got into trouble in your neighborhood these were the guys who would come and see … Continue reading

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