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Old 10-24-2007, 08:25 AM   #1
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I thought I had seen ghetto

So, last week I'm sitting in my car waiting at the stop light when I hear this awful noise coming from somewhere around me. I realized this "homie" in a car two or 3 cars back in the adjacent lane blaring his music. Funny part, was that it sounded like all treble and no bass whatsoever. I was like, ok, I like to jam sometimes and I turn it up and let my 10" sub do it's little thing (I turn it down when I come to stop as respect to other drivers around me). I just couldn't understand why someone would blare what appeared to be a stock speaker system so loud, it was obnoxious sounding.

Well, I went to Home Depot last night and this guy comes rolling through with the same sh*t. Loud treble and no bass....it was then that I realized the guy had a loud speaker hooked up behind his grill blaring some stoopid hooligan music. What is with people these days?!?! I think this has got to be one of the most "ghetto trends" I have seen to date. Anyone else heard of people doing this? I think it's retarded, but that's just me:/:
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Old 10-24-2007, 08:30 AM   #2
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about 20 minutes from where i used to live was the airport in mojave california... you know you are in the ghetto when there is a boeing 747 on blocks!!!! Brett has the picture of it somewhere
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So, last week I'm sitting in my car waiting at the stop light when I hear this awful noise coming from somewhere around me. I realized this "homie" in a car two or 3 cars back in the adjacent lane blaring his music. Funny part, was that it sounded like all treble and no bass whatsoever. I was like, ok, I like to jam sometimes and I turn it up and let my 10" sub do it's little thing (I turn it down when I come to stop as respect to other drivers around me). I just couldn't understand why someone would blare what appeared to be a stock speaker system so loud, it was obnoxious sounding.

Well, I went to Home Depot last night and this guy comes rolling through with the same sh*t. Loud treble and no bass....it was then that I realized the guy had a loud speaker hooked up behind his grill blaring some stoopid hooligan music. What is with people these days?!?! I think this has got to be one of the most "ghetto trends" I have seen to date. Anyone else heard of people doing this? I think it's retarded, but that's just me:/:
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when I come across people that have zero respect for others and plan on making me listen to their ghetto, messican thug music bull , I like to ride beside them and just lay on the horn, just stay on it right at their window and just grin and wave like its music to your ears. fun stuff, for some reason, they ALWAYS get off because my horn is loud, I dont get it.
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when I come across people that have zero respect for others and plan on making me listen to their ghetto, messican thug music bull , I like to ride beside them and just lay on the horn, just stay on it right at their window and just grin and wave like its music to your ears. fun stuff, for some reason, they ALWAYS get off because my horn is loud, I dont get it.


that's funny. Danny, they've been doing that for years now. It's all that southside dirty gangsta screw stuff.

I wonder if people get mad when I am blaring my punk rock?
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at Tim..

hey, some of the "older" people used to do that back in the day. It is a growing trend and, it isn't with just the "vato's" either, here in Acres Home, i see and hear it all day long!!

dude comes by on a harley bumping down the street all the time!
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when I come across people that have zero respect for others and plan on making me listen to their ghetto, HONKY COUNTRY thug music bull , I like to ride beside them and just lay on the horn, just stay on it right at their window and just grin and wave like its music to your ears. fun stuff, for some reason, they ALWAYS get off because my horn is loud, I dont get it.
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at Tim..

hey, some of the "older" people used to do that back in the day. It is a growing trend and, it isn't with just the "vato's" either, here in Acres Home, i see and hear it all day long!!

dude comes by on a harley bumping down the street all the time!
ya some guy rolled up to Sam's the other night on a HD. I could hear his music over the bar's. Once again, the treble was way up.
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regardless, it's just plain stupid....one would think you could get a ticket for some sort of a noise violation or something....and sorry if it has been going on for years....I live on the nice side of town
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regardless, it's just plain stupid....one would think you could get a ticket for some sort of a noise violation or something....and sorry if it has been going on for years....I live on the nice side of town
i think you are borderline there!!! remember, i work close to your house!
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i think you are borderline there!!! remember, i work close to your house!
I thought you worked in Acres Homes area....not JV:/:

but yeah, parts of the JV area have gone downhill a little bit.
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haha, lets not start handing out tickets for noise violations...i'd get in too much trouble with the truck and the bikes..., your exhaust is probably louder than those guys' music, when I saw you busting down westheimer.
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haha, lets not start handing out tickets for noise violations...i'd get in too much trouble with the truck and the bikes..., your exhaust is probably louder than those guys' music, when I saw you busting down westheimer.

You saw me busting down Westheimer? I never ride this way anymore....yes a bike is louder when WOT, but the sound of a bike comes down when sitting at idle....just like there ghetto music should. The music isn't even inside their car
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You saw me busting down Westheimer? I never ride this way anymore....yes a bike is louder when WOT, but the sound of a bike comes down when sitting at idle....just like there ghetto music should. The music isn't even inside their car
do i detect a bit of jealousy??
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do i detect a bit of jealousy??


Hey Ellis, you think you could install a loud speaker behind the grill of old blue?
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You saw me busting down Westheimer? I never ride this way anymore....yes a bike is louder when WOT, but the sound of a bike comes down when sitting at idle....just like there ghetto music should. The music isn't even inside their car
after we at at Hooters bro.

But ya, I can't stand it when someone rattles my rearview mirror from 30' away.

Basically, I only listen rap music at stop lights and parking garages.
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if it was loud music that you like would you have a problem with it??
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