is this dude ashton part of the nola drunk punks?Ashton will steal yer shit and try to give you dirty needles that he knows is infected with hep c. Hes ok to chill with sometimes but he flips out and gets aggro sometimes and DO NOT USE NEEDLES WITH HIM If you dont already have hep C He'll give it to ya and anything else hes picked up along the way w/o thnking about it. Hes a straight up liar. Currently in Houston Other towns Portland/NOLA/ATL
fuck third eyed joun he was just in austin he smacked me in the head with a boot and woulnt stop talking about fucking his aunt pease of shit fuck that dude3rd eye john, he has a eye tattooed on his fore head. he basically raped my girlfreind and threatened, while dragging me across a boxcar, to throw me off at 50 mph. hes a scum peice of shit and will take advantage of you in anyway possible
I can think of two off the top of my head. The first would be Frank with a full set of facial tattoos who the last I heard was in between NOLA and Baton Rouge. He raped one of my friends who is a really small girl that was unable to push him off. Second would be Ferret with the crescent moon tattoo by his eye. He also hangs out in NOLA but I've seen him in NYC and also SF/Berkeley. He told me about how some crackhead had ripped him off for a 10 sack so he threw him in the East River (NYC). He was bragging about how he killed the guy because the East River is surrounded by concrete walls with almost no hand grips. That river moves fast and from what I remember there is a gap of at least a few feet between the top of the water and the top of the wall. From wikipedia: "The East River is dangerous to people who fall in or attempt to swim in it....Anyone in the channel would find there are few places to climb out. According to the marine sciences section of the city Department of Environmental Protection, the channel is swift, with water moving as fast as four knots (just as it does in the Hudson River on the other side of Manhattan). That speed can push casual swimmers out to sea. A few people drown in the waters around New York City each year."