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L.A. Burning: The Riots 25 Years Later - Gun Store Manager David Joo Looks Back
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(06-16-2018, 11:08 AM)~mc~ Wrote: Pinned per request

Thanks, it's Constitutionally and historically significant.
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(06-16-2018, 11:05 AM)Flyover Country Wrote: That's surprising.  Isn't it rare for the Japanese and Koreans to say anything positive about each other?  I thought there was still a tremendous amount of hate to this day due to the Japanese occupation of Korea.

I envy you being there. A beautiful place and Japanese culture fascinates me.

Oh yeah...the animosity between the two while understandable is incredible. Our source of news was the armed forces radio and television service..."A-farts".

We didn't have much chance to really get out and see the island. We were flyin our butts off tracking Nork/Chinese cargo ships carrying scuds around to the gulf.
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Our source of news was the armed forces radio and television service..."A-farts"

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How about this?





We had just begun integration and I was very worried what might happen in school...
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(06-16-2018, 08:10 AM)Moon Rocks Wrote:
(06-16-2018, 03:15 AM)Winter Steelheader Wrote: Brave Korean's fighting back against rioting thugs. (If you find this subject interesting, post some videos)




Incredible video footage. He has amazing observations and his reaction to the assault on the Korean community and lack of police presence is a reminder that in dangerous times you better have the back of your community because no one else is going to be there for you. So sad to see so many businesses and lives ruined.

Take heed, people. Think it could never happen again? Know your neighbors and their beliefs. At the end of the day, you could very well consider yourself well covered or completely on your own.
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I moved to K-town not too many years after the riots. I befriended a lot of Koreans there. Their bottom line during the riots were that if you were darker than a brown paper bag, it was bye bye time.

The blacks and mexicans hated the Koreans, especially the blacks. See, the Koreans didn't put up with the special victim status that the blacks were claiming even back then. They didn't put up with shoplifting and chimpouts. The Koreans did not extend credit and offer to be your friend the way that the old Jewish shop keepers sometimes would.

Well, too damn bad.
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Just got on the computer, 11:30pm now.. thanks for the pin. I think there was close to 50 massive building fires, Geroge Bush Sr even sad that he would use what ever force is needed to bring back stability. It must have been crazy to live there at the time. Big cities are a no no for me, that's for sure.
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