kntmikado said:Well, it seems limited to just Milwaukee itself. People don't know how to drive, or just don't care. In my part of the city they drive these huge land barges from the 70s or Escalades or the really giant Excursions (all of which are entirely too large for the narrow streets we have) with 20-inch(or larger) chrome spinners, $3000 worth of paint in some bizzare shade of purple, orange, green, or bright blue, subwoofer blasting gangsta rap about sex and cop-killing loud enough to make the car itself rattle loudly... tint so dark the windows literally might as well be opaque, etc... ...but the damn thing has rod knock/blows oil smoke/whatever. Plus the general negative attitude here. Sure, there are decent people too, but they live in Brookfield, Shorewood, Kenosha, Waukesha, Racine... which are technically NOT Milwaukee.There's a reason Milwaukee made the list of Worst US Cities (somewhere around the upper middle, I believe). Madison, Eau Claire, and Superior are all very different, though. Actually good places to be. People THERE are really cool.
Madison = Too much drinkers and partiers... boo.boost PSSH boost said:Tom here, maroon 88T in marshall (near madison, sun prarie, watertown)
milwaukee scares me. haha. madison is so laid back, it's nice.
Let this be a lesson to everyone. When in the city, don't leave your valuables in sight. Put them in the back with the cargo cover extended. If people see something they want, they WILL steal it.boost PSSH boost said:hey at least madison people are too drunk to try to jack my property. I parked my car in milwaukee, I lost a $1200 stereo from my nissan. Parked my NA supra in milwaukee, came back to shattered glass in my seat, missing a CD case with 300 of my CDs and my yamaha steel snare.