Of course reality soon sets in.
You come home late at night and all the parking places in front of your house are taken. You park several blocks away and walk at say 2 AM on the crime plagued streets of Baltimore.
Then there is the the journey to your neighborhood at night. You might have a great house in a great up and coming community, unless you get there via an expressway, you will pass through lots of bad areas of Baltimore City.
My guess is that the average yuppie who buys a Baltimore City house stay 3 to 5 years at best. The really sad part is that these yuppies are exact the type of people that Baltimore City needs desperately.
If there is any truth to the event, the trespassers must've been beaten down & school police didn't want a hospital detail?
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