Once accepted into the gang members are free to diss rivals and start fronting, often in an incomprehensible moon language.

Here, members can trade tips and tricks on how to be the very best gangster they can be.

It isn't all gang-related discussion on the forums. Gang members can talk about a variety of topics, such as documentaries.

Discussion can become heated and dissension often erupts within the crew.

On the Internet, gang members can use complex software, the very same used by the United States Military, to simulate gang wars before running up on fools in the real world.

Gang members also use sites such as Twitter to keep abreast on the latest gang-related happenings. Here, a gang member updates his crew about turf wars, financial results, and what he had for breakfast.

Moving operations to the Internet has allowed gangs to tackle more serious issues, such as the high cost of gas. Gas prices have made drive-bys prohibitively expensive. Today many gangs are pitching in for Metro passes and perform drive bys from the emergency windows on buses. New gangs are popping up around specific bus routes, including the Route 44 Homeboys, who gangbang from 6AM to 10PM daily (no service on Sundays).

Finally, gang members use the Internet to post animated GIFs of weed.

Gangs have come a long way since they were that thing white people fled to the suburbs from. Gang life has been revitalized and thanks to the Internet ballin' has never been more plentiful and thorough. So when a guy smashes your car's window and orders you to get the fuck out of the vehicle or he'll blow your head off, now you know how it all comes together.

Disclaimer: No, the Street Gang Resource Center isn't actually the headquarters for gangs. The web site doesn't condone street gangs or their behavior, only glorifies it. I wouldn't dare link to any real gang sites and make fun of them because I have become accustomed to my ball sac.

See you next bi-week everybody!

– Hassan "Acetone" Mikal

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