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The streets are a place for people to meet and to hang out but is it a safe place?

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STREETS FOR OR AGAINST? The streets are a place for people to meet and to hang out but is it a safe place? Although some people may consider the streets as dangerous they are also a use in today's life. I and many other people usually hang round around the streets of our neighbourhood, is it because we want to be away from our home where everybody controls you or is it because all you friends are out there because of the first reason? ...read more.

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Although streets are dangerous because of the traffic and the odd gangster with a gun they can be pretty fun. You can practise your sports like skateboarding, biking, jogging, etc. A good example is me because my friends always hang round their urbanization and I did it with them on the streets we used to talk and talk a lot this is how I learned Spanish if not the streets and the freedom to speak about what we want it wouldn't be as easy as it was. ...read more.

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To control this police controls and drives round places like these. On the other hand streets that are safe from drugs and large traffic can be used practically to do anything from walking to doing acrobatic tricks on your skateboard. The streets are good if they are in a good neighbourhood or area, and they are bad if they are in a bad area. Consider thinking next time you choose your street because that street leads you through life and make sure you take the right one. ...read more.

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