I’m 61. I used to work at the Exxon on the corner of Van Nuys Boulevard and Sherman way when I was a kid.
The San Fernando Valley is gone. The areas west of downtown L. A. that used to be classy two story dwellings are now run down, paint peeling, once gain... shopping baskets on the side-walks.
Large $500 million dollar high schools in downtown Los Angeles are now almost fully occupied by the children of illegal immigrants.
We’re talking about four of them that I am aware of.
We talking state of the art structures, with hardly a U. S. Citizen attending.
I could go on but there are some parts of this I can’t address. Other parts, there isn’t enough time.
As for the rest of you post, what is there to say, just damn.
You take care too (again)
This time I really have to get out of here.
Doughty if you were a kid when "Esso" was "Exxon", then you must be Zaa Zaa Gabor