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Tourists paying for tour of "Gangland"

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  • Tourists paying for tour of "Gangland"

    What will they come up with next???

    For $65, tourists get peek at Los Angeles gangland - Yahoo! News

    ... more at the link


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    Re: Tourists paying for tour of &quot;Gangland&quot;

    I would pay 65 to stay out of there.

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      Put this right at the top of the list of terrible ideas for a vacation!
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        Re: Tourists paying for tour of &quot;Gangland&quot;

        Originally posted by Dustysage View Post


        Put this right at the top of the list of terrible ideas for a vacation!
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          Re: Tourists paying for tour of &quot;Gangland&quot;

          They really should advertise this tour on the Walmart website. It's the same demographic I'm sure.

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            Re: Tourists paying for tour of &quot;Gangland&quot;

            That reminds me of the favela tour you can take in Brazil. I just don't get it
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              Re: Tourists paying for tour of &quot;Gangland&quot;

              What will people come up with next? and why would people pay 65 to go to these places knowing full well that at any minute that there could start shooting for no reason. I don't believe that there is a cease fire pact..I know first hand that these so called cease fires don't last very long, espcially when there is $$$ and drugs involved as well as terriotory to protect.
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                Re: Tourists paying for tour of &quot;Gangland&quot;

                Originally posted by Joshnyah View Post
                I would pay 65 to stay out of there.
                i would pay 65 to get out of here!
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                  Re: Tourists paying for tour of &quot;Gangland&quot;

                  It sounds a little more interesting and even, dare I say, reasonable, once you read the whole article...

                  But still, really? Who would be crazy enough to take this tour?

                  And is gang warfare really so prevalent that they need to negotiate a cease fire for this tours? Makes it sound like entering a warzone. Is it not more like the mafia, where violence is relatively minimal and largely confined to those directly involved?

                  So, who's up for a gangland gumball rally?
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