People of Glassell Park: Oscar Caballero | KCET
People of Glassell Park: Oscar Caballero
Oscar Caballero. It's pretty calm in the street that I live on. So it's pretty chill.
No, I don't see any problems around here, maybe in other neighborhoods. I used to have friends that would do a lot of illegal stuff, but now I move more to the educational friends.
I like racing my bike. That's what I do. I also play soccer.
This bicycle is a racing bicycle. It's pretty expensive.
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