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    Piscean is offline VIP Member
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    Re: The expression "Pony Up the Dough" in American English

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    GoesStation is offline Moderator
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    Re: The expression "Pony Up the Dough" in American English

    Quote Originally Posted by Aamir Tariq View Post
    I've heard street crimes happen in New York more often. And I have watched some documentaries about those deadly gangs on Youtube as well. I didn't get how you don't belong to the country. Anyway, I like when you respond to my posts and I always wait for your thoughts on my posts after I post them.
    New York City used to have a high rate of street crime. It fell dramatically in the nineties. I live in the country, where there's virtually no chance of being mugged, but I don't worry much when I'm in a big American city.

    Gun violence is another matter. I'm pretty sure I heard a bullet whiz by my head one day when my neighbor was probably aiming at a chipmunk. I was not, as we say, a happy camper.
    I am not a teacher.

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