I would like to get my hands in one of those coins
I watch a lot of bum fight videos. Just google chuck e cheeze fight. Those videos have a common theme. And it's neither white supremists nor islamic fanatics. Just some low impulse control, high testosterone level individuals that were disrespected. Not wanting to paint with too broad a brush, I get that not every one from that group engages in those type of shenanigans. But just like when you hear Florida Man, you know it's going to be something outrageous. Most times you hear 9 shot at kid's birthday party or late night drive by shooting at outdoor concert, you already have a good idea of who is involved in the law breaking.You don't think all this talk about white supremacists being a greater threat than radical Islam is just noise from a feeble mind.
It's a set up. It's a mantra and say it long enough and loud enough, it becomes the truth. Without evidence.
More gun laws will help! I hate the need to do this but .Not a damn thing will change until you address the issues that make 15 year old urban youth think settling a beef using a gun is somehow justifiable. But our politicians will name a street black lives matter plaza and that magically fixes everything.
That train has left the station, the tracks removed, and platform demolished. That ship has sailed with full sails tacking into a strong headwind never to return. That can of worms has been opened, the lid lost in a boating accident. Any greatness Waldorf had was lost over 30 years ago.Make Waldorf great again!
I moved here 20 years ago, not long after Hillary Duff said it was ghetto, it was ghetto.If I may ...
That train has left the station, the tracks removed, and platform demolished. That ship has sailed with full sails tacking into a strong headwind never to return. That can of worms has been opened, the lid lost in a boating accident. Any greatness Waldorf had was lost over 30 years ago.
I'm with you, only about a 25 year "history" with the area. But what I do recall from reading is that Waldorf was a hot spot, one might call it a den of inequity. Known for gambling and such. Before the state to over the business.I moved here 20 years ago, not long after Hillary Duff said it was ghetto, it was ghetto.
My neighbor told me the wigwam use to be a titty bar before it was a bakery, that true?When I was a kid, twice a year we went to Sears in Waldorf for shoes and clothes. Then to the WigWam for bakery goods.
Early 80s used to love going to the Chesapeake Seafood House for the all-you-can-eat. I'll never forget the waitress asking my father if he wanted a slice of bread with his softcrabs. He told her it depended on if she wanted him to eat a dozen or 4 dozen. Confused that poor girl.
The Wigwam was a restaurant and cocktail lounge back in the day, then the Walls bought the building and opened a bakery. The topless, (and very skimpy bottoms), bar was just a bit further north, past the bowling alley, on the south side of 301. That place was called Reb's Fireplace Bar & Grill. Though I never saw a fireplace nor a grill in there. Right next to it, (at the other end of same long building), was Ted's Seafood. Ted had two huge steam kettles in the front of the store next to the customer counter and would stream you a bushel of crabs, right there on the spot, seasoned to your liking. You could watch and make sure that every crab was alive before going into the kettle if you wished.They might be thinking of the one on the other side of 301, been awhile but I think it was Choo Choo's or something like that.