Travel Tip: The Bad Neighborhood Mean Dog Gauge

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Travel Tip: The Bad Neighborhood Mean Dog Gauge

One thing I have noticed during my travels around the world, and especially in South American cities is you can tell when you are entering a bad hood by one full proof indicator:

Barking Dogs.

Buenos Aires PitBulls

(I really had the lightblub go off earlier this year when I was rolling the South Side of Buenos Aires for a month).

There is a positive or direct relationship between the meaner the sounding of dogs barking and the worse the neighborhood.

In an upmarket hood, you are more likely to hear dogs bark like this:

In a heavy duty hood, dogs sound more like this:

This Data can come in handy as you are stumbling around a foreign city, with a head full of drugs and booze as you can avoid getting jacked.

Or on the flip side, it might make it easier if you are trying to cop some drugs.

Either way, pay attention to the sound of the barking dogs.

And watch the closing doors.

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2 Comments on "Travel Tip: The Bad Neighborhood Mean Dog Gauge"

  1. The G Manifesto
    25/11/2011 at 10:15 pm Permalink

    “Or on the flip side, it might make it easier if you are trying to cop some drugs.”

    Very true, but it doesn’t end there.

    Mean dogs are indicative of a neighborhood that protects itself – obviously because the cops don’t. You go to a nice, upscale neighborhood and leave the overhead light in your car on for a whole ten seconds and someone will call the cops on you. Trigger happy middle class, suburban WASPs.

    You go to a neighborhood with mean dogs and a kid on every corner, as long as you know how to talk you can get what you need, get the information you’re looking for, deal with pretty much ANYTHING you could possibly imagine, and never once see a cop drive by.

    You know you’ve reached the real heavy duty hood when guys are practically shoving it down your throat – when you feel like a stingy bastard not for buying a little something from everybody.

  2. The G Manifesto
    28/11/2011 at 1:41 pm Permalink

    I use a “bird test”. If the neighborhood birds quickly fly away when they hear/see you walking by, its a very safe neighborhood. If the birds just casually walk around and barely even look at you, those are some tough birds..

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