What are some of the things forigner don't understand about USA and might gets in trouble for?

West coast southern California orange county if were to be specific, or share some general tips.

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  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Long Post incoming. In Orange County, literally the only thing you have to worry about is dropping in on someone's wave while you're surfing. Maybe don't wear a MAGA hat in Santa Ana or Anaheim at night.

    I've been here for 15 years. Here's my list of good shit to do

    Take the Catalina Flyer to Catalina
    Go to Green Creek Brewery and do a brewery crawl
    Rent a Kayak at the backbay in Newport Beach
    Rent a bike on Balboa Penninsula and ride to the wedge, Balboa Pier, Newport Pier and the Huntington Pier.
    Learn to surf at Dana Point
    Knott’s Berry Farm
    Hike to the arch in Crystal Cove
    1000 steps beach in Laguna is a good secluded beach
    Huntington Pier
    Laguna Beach Main Beach

    Restaurants:
    Tsurhashi, Sup Noodle Bar, Chan Chan. HiroNori Craft Ramen, Manpuku,All that BBQ in Irvine
    Panini Kabob Grill (any of them)
    Bear Flag Grill (any of them)
    In & Out Burger (any of them)
    Side Door Newport

    For hikes, I'd get out of Orange County and go up and do Sturtevant Falls in Sierra Madre. Hit up Lucky Baldwin's Pub while you're there.

    The Italian food, BBQ and the pizza in Orange County is universally terrible. You want to stick to Thai, Vietnamese, and Jap food. LA is horrid and filled with homeless, but The Getty, Griffith Park, The Santa Monica Pier and Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills are all worth doing if you have a day in LA.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Knott’s Berry Farm
      Actual berries in the berry farm?????????

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      wow, you catually go out side

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Don't interact with American cops unless you're a victim of a crime. This isn't Japan where its normal to ask cops for directions. If you get stopped by the police, don't make moves that could be interpreted as a threat like reaching into your pockets without them asking you.
      Other than that, the danger of the US is greatly exaggerated and its also very easy to avoid using common sense. Parts of town that look ghetto and run down usually are. Americans don't interact with strangers much, don't go anywhere with someone who approaches you, ignore homeless trying to talk to you, etc. Avoid groups of people who are milling about not doing anything especially if they are "PoC."

      I'd also mention kbbq in Garden Grove (unless OP is asian and doesn't care about that shit).
      Cappys in Newport Beach for a hangover breakfast and the Crab Cooker for lunch.
      I also like Seal Beach if you're in that area.

      Mass transit or even sidewalks don't exist in most places. A lot of foreigners don't realize how car centric most places(especially out west and in the south) are until they are walking on the side of a 8 lane road with no sidewalk because they didn't rent a car

      In California its ok and there seems to be a focus on building bike/walking trails that link places but public transit will be slower and much more inconvenient than other countries.

      >Be sure to bring up politics with the locals whenever you can and explain how your country does things better
      OK yeah I can see how that's a great opening line"hey so umm, I'm from other country and your country sucks here's why oh by the way my opioion on politic is this and you can call me jeff"

      Literally every fricking Brit.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I'd also mention kbbq in Garden Grove (unless OP is asian and doesn't care about that shit).
        >Cappys in Newport Beach for a hangover breakfast and the Crab Cooker for lunch.
        OMG you eat out regularily? you're too rich man this is crazy. lol pretty cool thankx

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Irvine
      If you're going to be in that area, try out a place called The Original Taco Factory in Tustin. It's pretty good, as are a lot of hole-in-the-wall mexican eateries. There are also taco stands that set up shop nearby warehouses where truckers and manual laborers work to sell food during lunch breaks, so keep an eye out for those.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      HiroNori is dogshit youre a homosexual. Shin Sen Gumi and Kitakata ban nai are the only ONLY decent ramen in OC.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Shin Sen Gumi

        You're entitled to your opinion, but Shin Sen Gumi is honestly just a crappy little chain restaurant that serves "to go" food. It's not highly regarded by really anyone. The Yelp reviews are on par with a Carl's Junior.
        Hiro Nori is a Michelin rated restaurant that gets rave reviews from pretty much every critic. It's also really affordable for a Michelin rated restaurant, especially in Southern California. I bet there's not a another Michelin place in the area where you can get a meal for $16. You're kind of alone hating on it.

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Tipping culture. Don't think, tip. Tip the taxi driver, tip the waiter, tip the receptionist, tip the barber, tip the barista, tip everyone you meet. At restaurants especially don't stop at 5-10% tips, go higher. Not tipping is seen as blasphemous.
    Mexican food will be pretty good there, go for it.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you want a tip you're going to have to work for it

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Frick off the prices are already high

      Why should I tip when the owner has to pay wages?

      US like third world country?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Dear god, how does this one simple concept melt you people's brains every single time?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Tip the taxi driver
      yes
      >tip the waiter
      yes
      >tip the receptionist
      no, only a bellhop if there is one (there usually isn't)
      >tip the barber
      yes
      >tip the barista
      frick no

      t. actual American

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Avoid black people

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Mass transit or even sidewalks don't exist in most places. A lot of foreigners don't realize how car centric most places(especially out west and in the south) are until they are walking on the side of a 8 lane road with no sidewalk because they didn't rent a car

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Be sure to bring up politics with the locals whenever you can and explain how your country does things better

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Be sure to bring up politics with the locals whenever you can and explain how your country does things better
      OK yeah I can see how that's a great opening line"hey so umm, I'm from other country and your country sucks here's why oh by the way my opioion on politic is this and you can call me jeff"

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        You joke but this is literally every canadian, french, britbong or aussie. bonus points if they are disgusting french canadians to really let you know how to turn your home into a cucked government worshipping homosexual pit.

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    The US is the most diverse country in the world. Whatever generalizations you hear about the US, good or bad, it only applies to some people/areas of the country and will be the total inverse elsewhere.

    Avoid black people. Typically I avoid all non-whites, but there are good Latinos, Arabs, Asians. With blacks most of them are bad and your experience will be neutral at best.

    Make sure you're comfortable driving and have an international driver's permit that's recognized in the US. It's a very car centric country. Most areas have piss poor to no public transportation and the urban areas that have good public transportation are filled with the dregs of society that you'll want to avoid.

    Americans are the smartest and dumbest people on the planet, the friendliest and most caring and also the worst scum on the planet. Just depends on who and where you are.

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Nothing huge, just avoid black people and don't use public transportation. Rent a car and you should have a good time.

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you see more than two black males between the ages of 12 and 28 walking toward you, get the frick out of there. You’ll either lose and die, or win and get prison. They are more protected by the israeli-run legal system than fricking manatees, and they attack for ZERO fricking reason. A single black guy alone is rarely a problem, they are not brave in the slightest. They fight like chimps, group attacks without warning.
    Cops are rarely seen these days. Highway patrol will give you a ticket, don’t waste your time talking to them, just take the ticket.
    Cities are not preferable to rural areas in most cases. If you see MLK blvd, take your next right turn and don’t stop for at least five miles. Leave nothing of value in your car, ever. Fentanyl is everywhere. 100k+ deaths per year. They steal things. Most prosecutors don’t even charge them these days. Never confront them if they are armed. You either lose and die, or win and go to prison. Antifa/drug users are protected by the system.

    That said, if you see a white guy who takes care of himself physically, he is almost 100% certain to be someone you can talk to. Introduce yourself as a guest to his country, and he’ll be happy to tell you where to eat (avoid chain places), and what to see. Most white-looking Hispanics are okay too. Asians won’t engage you in conversation because they are out forging for their their hive and avoiding escalators.

    Our nature is second to none. I recommend flying to Las Vegas and leaving immediately for the Grand Canyon. Then see Death Valley and Yosemite, and continue north. Turn west to the Pacific Coast and see the Red Wood trees before following the coast up to Astoria. Go to Seattle and take an Alaskan Cruise. If you do that, you’ll have seen the best that America has to offer in terms of nature, and you can do that in four weeks.

    Never go to the Northeast. Washington DC to Portland Maine… there is not one redeeming reason to go there.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Also, the Midwest is good for your childhood in the 80s, but it is way to big to explore and mostly empty and full of old people (and corn). It’s not worth going to the Midwest. One exception would be Montana in the early summer, if you want to feel like Genghis Khan with a truck.

      The South is mostly hot as balls from May to October. If you must, explore around the Appalachian mountains (only if you like hiking a lot) in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Google the top violent crime cities in the USA and NEVER go there. Do not go to New Orleans, ever. Florida is okay, I guess, just hot and expensive. I feel there are better countries for beach trips. Orlando is a kill zone, but the theme parks are very safe. Don’t leave the tourist areas. Disney sucks ass. It has not been updated in 6 million years. Universal and islands of adventure are the best in the world for amusement parks. Two days is the minimum to have fun. I recommend going in February or March.

      People in Hawaii do not want you to visit. They hate outsiders, as they hate each other. They are stupid as shit and everything costs a ton. You can have more fun elsewhere.

      That’s off the top of my head.

      Oh and people here are armed to the teeth. Don’t start anything. And if the cops tell you to do something, be very still and keep your hands visible.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Personally I love just driving through the Midwest. It's great roadtrip scenery, especially if bookended by mountains like the Alleghenys or Rockies. And there are cool sites and museums in the Midwest, it's just all scattered.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >If you see more than two black males between the ages of 12 and 28 walking toward you, get the frick out of there.
      This is really nothing to be concerned about unless you're in a sketchy area, and generally any shifty people in sweaters or jerseys in those places are going to be people you'd want to avoid. That being said, this anon's right when he says that the law won't help you. Crime and a worsening economy are just two of the many reasons why people are moving out of that state.

      >Most white-looking Hispanics are okay too.
      Treat and judge Hispanics in general like you would any other person. Some will be wary around you if you're white, especially those in their late forties or older who are old enough to have experienced open prejudice, but they'll warm up if you're friendly in conversations. I say this as a tortilla gobbler, it'll be easy to tell the difference between someone you could have a beer with and someone up to no good. Most people in California are preoccupied with their own lives all the same, so keep that in mind. On an unrelated note, we despise the term latinx as much as people reading this probably do.

      >nature
      For all the problems California has, it also has some of the best nature you'll find in the US.

      >Oh and people here are armed to the teeth. Don’t start anything. And if the cops tell you to do something, be very still and keep your hands visible.
      This is important to keep in mind, I can't stress this enough. Cops will look for any excuse to draw their gun and pedestrians in run down parts of towns or cities will start shit over the pettiest of reasons. Avoid confrontation and take safer routes whenever feasible.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Cops will look for any excuse to draw their gun
        No they won't pussy

  9. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >tip
    >Avoid dangerous areas like Compton. Use hoodmaps dot com
    >Drive, don't use public transit
    >Be a defensive driver, go slow, be patient, expect everyone is drunk all the time in every car around you, use turn signals
    >Don't get gas at night
    >Don't engage in conversation with random people on the street
    >Don't follow someone who seems nice and friendly into a parking lot or dark isolated area if you just met them
    >Avoid politics by saying you don't know much about it, don't bring up opposing points or question people if you're not willing to get into a physical fight over it
    >Look up reviews online

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I agree with this list other than
      >don't get gas at night
      is kind of silly, just avoid shitty areas at night and its kind of obvious which those are due to the number of nigs and bums you will see around the place and graffiti and trash you see. In a nice are things are usually really safe.
      >Look up reviews online
      This is actually pretty good advice and in the US the customer is usually seen as being right, if a business is being scammy they can't actually do shit to make you pay. If a place has a review in the 3s out of 5, that's usually huge red flag. That means 2 of 5 customers weren't satisfied. Generally good restaurants and services will have at least a 4.0.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Be a defensive driver, go slow, be patient,

      Lmao, good way for him to get killed on a CA highway

  10. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Afaik the biggest American pitfall for foreigners (especially for ones coming from the countries with significant freedoms to roam) is trespassing

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I remember reading a story from the colonial era where continental European settlers were constantly buttmad that the Anglo settlers would grow tall hedges around their property and keep their doors closed during the day, because the concept of 'privacy' was alien to the continentals.

  11. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Drinking alcohol in public is something you might get in trouble for.
    If you look under 30 prepare to be carded when purchasing alcohol, prepare to point out your date of birth on your ID/passport.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >If you look under 30 prepare to be carded when purchasing alcohol, prepare to point out your date of birth on your ID/passport.
      This is ridiculous

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm 44 and still get asked for ID buying beer at the supermarket. They just follow a procedure and aren't expected to think or make judgements. Liquor stores are usually more lax if you are obviously of age and not an undercover cop, but you never know.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Selling liquor to a single minor can result in a business losing their liquor license. It isn't worth risking it.

  12. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Mistake I made when roadtripping the US was going to a slightly out of the way waffle house at 11pm in Alabama. Was lucky to get out unscathed tbh

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Did anything actually happen or did you just feel out of place?

  13. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    #1 way to avoid any kind of problem when you're driving is to stay out of the left (passing) lane on the freeway, unless you're actually passing people, and then make sure you get back over to the right after you pass.

    In most places cops won't even look at you unless you're doing 10 over the limit (on freeways), but if everyone's going 15 over the limit for example, just go with the flow and don't be meticulously trying to observe the speed limit, it's mostly ignored here and everyone will hate you. On surface streets 5 over is fine just about everywhere.

    All these people warning you about cops are scared of their own shadows, chances are you won't have any dealings with them. They will not light you up for no reason, contrary to the popular narrative. Cops in large cities can be huge dickheads though, I'm more used to dealing with suburban and rural ones. In general they're best avoided.

  14. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    How do some of you people even manage to leave the house?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      You get used to it after a while.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, but have you grown a pair of balls?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Most of this advice is only really necessary in urban areas, most places are safe especially if you are white.

  15. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you're going to be driving expect absolute fricking psychos. Cali has some of the most batshit insane drivers I've ever seen, like people going 100+ on roads like these

  16. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    What are some really sensitive stuff that forigner just came to the USA wouldn't understand but should be awared of? being a forigner I often felt very clueless about the culture and security related stuff

    came from other country recently notice sending money back itself could be very sensitive, over there gov really look into it, didn't even freaking know that was a thing, thought just sending few bucks back whats so sensitive about this

    SO, how about the US, prob some super sensitive stuff going on here too that I weren't even aware of, anything you want to share?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Pretty strange thing to ask in general. FBI.gov if you want to learn more 🙂

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Everyone’s a moron and thinks you’re doing something wrong no matter what. It’s what we do here, karen culture. Ignore them unless they’re pointing a gun at you. Don’t take any shit, or you’ll just get much more.

  17. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    The biggest shock to literally everyone I've had come to the US from abroad is not understanding how much of a frick people do not give. The weird cop drama's people watch abroad or how stereotypical the media paints everyone is completely opposite most the time.

    Also that
    >race and poors are the #1 reason people don't use or trust public transit
    >no one gives a frick about what you think is the solution to "fix" america is
    >no one gives a frick there is trash on the ground
    >no one cares that you are shocked by how hot it can be in summer
    >tipping really isn't that big of a thing compared to what people make it out to be, 10-15% is normal but not required
    >STOP FRICKING BRINGING UP POLITICS
    >there is more beer here than budlight just like not all aussies drink fosters

    the final thing that annoys me to no end is how it seems no one understands how BIG each state in the US is. Like homies think in 1 week they can just hop from NYC to tampa then go to texas for some cowboys before taking a short drive to the grand canyon finishing in vegas then see LA and hit the beach without any real time taken.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I tip waiters 18%- 20% if they are good. Also barbers/hairdressers and food delivery. That's pretty much it. I don't ever tip at sub shops and places like that even though the card readers at many places now ask for tips.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >>no one gives a frick there is trash on the ground
      That's just sad

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Dude I almost left my mind when I saw what people did to the parking lot at Balboa park.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        people do care, there just isn't much we can do about it.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Don't litter?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Tell that to the usual suspects. I'm saying there's not much well adjusted people can do.

  18. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Lots of drugs and trash. Stay away from blacks, they will try to rob, rape or kill you, and the police will do nothing about it. As a matter of fact, the police only care if you commit a petty crime, in which case they will beat the shit out of you and the courts will try to steal as much money from you as possible. If a black tries to hand you a mixtape don't take it.

    Mexicans are fine, treat them like white people and you won't have a problem, same with asians.

  19. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    literally no one outside of reddit is impressed by your dumb Black person countries political solutions stop talking about them

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Smoking indoors (bars in particular)

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Smoking in bars and restaurants is pretty rare in the US. It's outright banned in a majority of states and it's uncommon in those where it isn't, either by way of local bans or legislation with loopholes. Georgia for example allows a proprietor to allow smoking so long as they ban underage patrons. So basically all normal restaurants will be smoke free but certain bars can legally allow smoking if they really want to.

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    N

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Go to the Vietnamese cafes in garden grove, they’re cheap strip clubs and you can smoke inside

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm going to be alone a couple nights in anaheim and I don't want to put up for a hotel; I'm thinking of just sleeping in my car

    Is there a place you guys recommend I park overnight to have a peaceful night's rest in/around anaheim?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      They call it anacrime for a reason. only around disney is safe and the cops are likely to make you move along. idk, maybe if you park outside an ihop or some 24 hour diner you might be ok. avoid parks.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >maybe if you park outside an ihop or some 24 hour diner
        Good thinking, thx! Bear in mind though, it can be anywhere in and around anaheim. ALSO, I'll be going to fresno one of those days and I know there are a lot of barren/secluded spots on the way. Any recommendations?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >I'll be going to fresno one of those days
          Ah, the armpit of California. Are you staying the night? Look up a map of Fresno. Do not sleep in a car below Shaw Ave, and don't go to Clovis. Below Shaw, you have a hefty chance of getting broken into at night. Stay away from Blackstone, it's full of hookers and drug dealers and people setting cars on fire. Don't get near Pinedale either, really fricked up hobos there that just look at you with hungry predator eyes. And Clovis? It's peaceful for the most part but the cops are pretty nasty. Fresno PD cracked down on hobos and such a few years back but what they do is cycle through neighborhoods. Some days of the week, they clear em out, then the next day they're back until the cycle repeats. It's to give the appearance that they actually are earning their paycheck while essentially doing nothing.

          Also, Fresno is the meth capital of the world. Watch out for tweakers. Anyone who looks like they're having way too good of a time just walking along a sidewalk is fricked in the head somehow. You will know. Don't look them in the eye.

          Outskirts of Fresno there are still hobos and lots of drunks who drive around in groups looking to do stupid stuff. The countryside could be eerily peaceful or your worst nightmare. The hobos out there are too schizophrenic to make it in the city. They live in condemned real estate and paint the walls with occult shit and have trap house meth orgies. This is more out west though.

          I heard Walmarts were good for sleeping but I don't know if they are anymore. Churches will not let you stay, especially if they're big rich ones or Mormons. Parks are bad news but if you bundle up, park somewhere distant and walk, you could sleep in Woodward Park (it's huge, pick a bush that isn't occupied). Also, try a hospital parking lot. It's normal for cars to be parked there all the time, and it's mostly monitored for robbery.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Sweet, thx for the abundant feedback! I'm just going there for a small 2 day con at the fresno fairgrounds, which I'll 'definitely' be staying at a motel for (5 min around the corner)

            The day before though, I'll be in anaheim and can go anywhere (between anaheim and fresno) so I won't necessarily be choosing in fresno. Within that 2hr drive between, is there another town you would suggest I rest in my car for the night? Or maybe even some place woodsey and secluded?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >I'll be going to fresno one of those days
          Ah, the armpit of California. Are you staying the night? Look up a map of Fresno. Do not sleep in a car below Shaw Ave, and don't go to Clovis. Below Shaw, you have a hefty chance of getting broken into at night. Stay away from Blackstone, it's full of hookers and drug dealers and people setting cars on fire. Don't get near Pinedale either, really fricked up hobos there that just look at you with hungry predator eyes. And Clovis? It's peaceful for the most part but the cops are pretty nasty. Fresno PD cracked down on hobos and such a few years back but what they do is cycle through neighborhoods. Some days of the week, they clear em out, then the next day they're back until the cycle repeats. It's to give the appearance that they actually are earning their paycheck while essentially doing nothing.

          Also, Fresno is the meth capital of the world. Watch out for tweakers. Anyone who looks like they're having way too good of a time just walking along a sidewalk is fricked in the head somehow. You will know. Don't look them in the eye.

          Outskirts of Fresno there are still hobos and lots of drunks who drive around in groups looking to do stupid stuff. The countryside could be eerily peaceful or your worst nightmare. The hobos out there are too schizophrenic to make it in the city. They live in condemned real estate and paint the walls with occult shit and have trap house meth orgies. This is more out west though.

          I heard Walmarts were good for sleeping but I don't know if they are anymore. Churches will not let you stay, especially if they're big rich ones or Mormons. Parks are bad news but if you bundle up, park somewhere distant and walk, you could sleep in Woodward Park (it's huge, pick a bush that isn't occupied). Also, try a hospital parking lot. It's normal for cars to be parked there all the time, and it's mostly monitored for robbery.

          Also, if you want something to do in Fresno, there isn't much. Try John's Incredible Pizza. It's gonna be packed with lots of Mexican families, especially now school is out, but it's worth it if you come from an impoverished nation where people don't have enough to eat. You will find an exquisite all-you-can-eat buffet of pizza with lots of corn syrup mixed in (and glyphosate). Round Up is actually good for you. Then you can go to the Oh Wow Nickel Arcade; half the games are dead but you can still pay in nickels. There's a cool record store chain from Berkeley called Rasputin Records. Stay away from Downtown. It's not worth risking your life. There are homeless camps down there not too far off from Skid Row. Someone WILL shatter your car windows while you're drinking craft beer or whatever down there. If you're gay go to Riverpark. There's some nightlife there and "shopping" for the queer-eyed. If you enjoy soulless plastic and expensive imported junk, you will love it there. Chain stores are the American way.

          Fresno State is kinda cool actually. You can see their student farms and dairies and buy overpriced nuts and cheese and fruit as a souvenir. A long time ago there used to be a big dairy in the city of Fresno proper but it's gone now. Sad. It used to be a cow town but doesn't deserve the name if cows aren't properly in it. If you spy on some suburbs though, you might find goats in people's backyard.

          We have a zoo and it's pretty nice. Not amazing but fun. Stay the FRICK away from Roeding Park. It is quite literally known for having loads of gay prostitutes, rapists, and child molestors in the bathrooms. I see people strung out on fentanyl or whatever half dead on benches every time I pass by. Gangs used to be a problem here (bulldogs) but they are taken care of. My belief is the cops took over the drug trade lol.

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