Discussion in 'The Root' started by Lewis Black, Jun 7, 2012.
Brooklyn’s 80 Flatbush gets crucial City Council committee approval
NYC’s housing crisis accelerating as low-rent apartment stock declines: report
doesn't bode well
I applaud many of you out there sticking it out, but the stories I keep hearing about NYC in regards to rent since my departure have kind of soured me on the place.
I get the whole idea of supply and demand, but it's absurd what is happening out there. Bloomberg's dream of Manhattan being exclusively for the rich and famous is on the verge of happening once they figure out a way to throw people in Washington Heights/Inwood across the hudson.
Harlem done yet?
You know this thread is over 4 years old and you too fukking stupid to read thru to answer your own question. Are you expecting a different answer from what simple research would tell you?
You’re the stupid one responding to my post with this emotional response.
Hell i look like reading through 4 yrs of post
You the dumb fukk. So much excellent information in this thread you choose to ignore by asking a stupid question. Why you even asking about Harlem? You not moving there or going to contribute a thing to this thread. Then like someone with a low intelligence level you post similes to try to compensate.
You still at it Lucy?
Only an idiot would engage in something they deem idiotic.
My question was so “dumb” yet you respond with nonsense derailing the thread.
Yeah that makes sense.
See the NYC neighborhoods where displacement is a growing threat
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Damn folk's are no longer falling for the hustle.
The Bronx Is Great, Thonx
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Cotdamn. That park is fiyah. Massive.
New York City Is illegally Seizing Elderly Black People's Homes To Force Them To Move Out & Gentrify