#100days100nights: Gang threats of violence on social media draw fear Back in the 1980s when Skipp Townsend was an active member of the Rollin’ 20s Bloods, gang threats were handled by word of mouth and gang members would use barren walls as their bulletin boards by spray painting the names of their targets or calling out people as “snitches.” http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-100days100nights-gang-threats-of-violence-on-social-media-draw-fear-20150727-story.html
Gang culture has been a part of this world for a very long time and is not exclusive to one race or gender. Being a 70’s/80’s baby from the West Coast, I grew up around Rollin 20’s Bloods, Sho-Line Crips, V-13 Vato and VBWL Locals – these gangsters wore different
Unless you live in New York, where it has been unseasonably warm this year, you’ve probably stocked up on sweaters for the winter weather. While knit sweaters are cozy and adorable, they don’t always look super stylish. I’m 5’0 with curves, and I can tell you that, more often than not, knit sweaters end up … Read More
Working the treadmill, circa 1920. Complete with ballet shoes, these women look glamorous and very stylish in their workout garb. These machines are made of wood and steel and are 100% human powered. Running a mile must have felt like 5.