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Places Not To Visit
Posted by: MichaelW on Thursday, January 22, 2009

I would stay as far away from any street named after Mumia Abu-Jamal as possible. Especially one in France. There's not likely to be much police protection available.

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I thought this was going to be about Mexico . . .
 
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Hmmm...name a street after a cop-killing thug, then stand back as crime goes up.

The liberal paradise? Sounds like it to me.
 
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Oh, I don’t know, many years ago a buddy of mine had a software consulting gig in Philadelphia where the local gang had renamed the streets of the intersection the client was located at.

When you’re a white Alabama boy working at the intersection of "Kill Whitey" and "F*ck Whitey" streets, you finish as fast as possible and leave.....
 
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