Good spatial rendition requires that listeners sit on the centerline.
Blue line to red line, and then ride share or bus would also work. April 12, at Ali April 12, at People do work very hard to coordinate their living locations in a place that makes sense for their work locations here for sure.
Vanessa April 12, at 1: I do not feel safe taking Blue Line and neither does my husband who is a 6 ft big dude. Hnl April 12, at 3: Yes it goes through those neighborhoods but I never once felt threatened or scared or anything.
Plus I saved so much money not driving and just listened to music and enjoyed my coffee. Have you actually taken the train?
I have been on the Metro many times, including the blue line going through Compton at 1am, and never felt unsafe. The only thing about the train is it takes forever to get anywhere — so, kind of like your 2-hour commute, but without you having to steer: Recent LA-er April 12, at 5: The trains are fine.
It sounds like your worry is more about the neighborhoods, so maybe it would help you to look up the crime statistics for the Blue Line. That aside though, if both you and the guy work in LA, why not just move there? Cassie the First April 13, at There are a lot of people selling stuff, panhandling, or just riding the trains to get off the streets.
Homelessness is a big issue on the Metro. I even saw a something female tourist who got slapped in the face by some lady, completely out of the blue this was the Red Line.
The trains are generally safe, but they are still public transportation. KR April 12, at Also, it looks like the Blue Line will be temporarily shut down. For example, I live on the Westside.Philadelphia () film plot summary The film is about a Philadelphia lawyer, Andrew (Andy) Beckett, who contracted AIDS and was consequently fired from the prestigious Wyant Wheeler law firm because of .
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In this instance the main character, Andy, was also gay. Unfortunately, in our society, he was faced with a double whammy. Nov 21, · Note: This is a guest post by Justin Levitt, a professor at the Loyola Law School, Los Angeles and an expert in constitutional law and the law of democracy, with a .
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