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(Some Guy)   Raleigh, NC PD wants you to know that whoevereth broughteth 100 sausage biscuits to the poor shall goeth to jail. Enjoyeth thy stuffing   (lovewins.info) divider line 134
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2013-08-26 10:04:02 AM
As usual no good deed will go unpunished , unless someone gets there $$$ !
 
2013-08-26 10:17:33 AM

jakrabit: HighlanderRPI: They should be arrested for bringing sausage & biscuits, but no gravy

This


Heathens!

Sausage, peppers, and onions, or sausage and pancakes.

Anything else and you might as well be sucking Satan's cock.
 
2013-08-26 10:19:50 AM
Just go ahead and feed them and get arrested. BFD.

You're going to let some tin-badge asshole stop you when he can't even specify the ordinance that supposedly bans the practice?

fark him and talk to a judge.
 
2013-08-26 10:26:08 AM

Pardon Me Sultan: Just go ahead and feed them and get arrested. BFD.

You're going to let some tin-badge asshole stop you when he can't even specify the ordinance that supposedly bans the practice?

fark him and talk to a judge.




Strip search and a look in your vag and/or anal cavity is just one donation away. Be sure not to resist. You can die from that.
 
2013-08-26 10:26:56 AM

Bendal: Our mayor, Nancy McFarlane, is meeting today with the PD and the homeless assistance groups to find out wtf was going on; she doesn't recall there being an ordinance against feeding the homeless in that park, considering it's been done for months previously with no problems.


Man up, Nancy.
 
2013-08-26 10:31:30 AM
That'll teach that "Christian" to attempt to emulate Christ.

Unless you're fighting the gay menace, you may as well be a Muslim round these parts.
 
2013-08-26 10:34:08 AM
"Our partner church brought 100 sausage biscuits "

If only someone had a location which was not a public park...
 
2013-08-26 10:34:21 AM

StoPPeRmobile: jakrabit: HighlanderRPI: They should be arrested for bringing sausage & biscuits, but no gravy

This

Heathens!

Sausage, peppers, and onions, or sausage and pancakes.

Anything else and you might as well be sucking Satan's cock.


If eating sausage gravy is wrong, I don't want to be right.
 
2013-08-26 10:36:18 AM

WelldeadLink: "Our partner church brought 100 sausage biscuits "

If only someone had a location which was not a public park...


Like in a nearby church? :)

Through a food bank or soup kitchen?
Unthinkable.
 
2013-08-26 10:37:17 AM
news.kron4.com

"...and then the nice policemen helped by passing out the free hot sauce..."
 
2013-08-26 10:38:11 AM

Copper Spork: Bit'O'Gristle: /You know what? fark that shiat. All the volunteers should have started handing out food and been arrested in mass. What would they do? Call in the state police? The national guard? Just because they were trying to feed a few folk? Any judge would have thrown that shiat out if they had been arrested. What a load of bullshiat.

I wonder how you'd feel if they were handing out ammunition to the poor (which is protected by the constitution) instead of food (which is not).


Now there's an idea. Start handing out loaded guns and ample spare ammunition to the homeless en masse. Magic. It'll make Republican heads explode.
 
2013-08-26 10:38:18 AM

doubled99: Christians doing something good. Mark this one down.


As an atheist, I must say you are way, way off-base with that remark.
 
2013-08-26 10:45:59 AM

Gordon Bennett: Copper Spork: Bit'O'Gristle: /You know what? fark that shiat. All the volunteers should have started handing out food and been arrested in mass. What would they do? Call in the state police? The national guard? Just because they were trying to feed a few folk? Any judge would have thrown that shiat out if they had been arrested. What a load of bullshiat.

I wonder how you'd feel if they were handing out ammunition to the poor (which is protected by the constitution) instead of food (which is not).

Now there's an idea. Start handing out loaded guns and ample spare ammunition to the homeless en masse. Magic. It'll make Republican heads explode.


Wasn't there some libertarian guy actually doing that a while back?  It may have been toy guns, and I'm pretty sure it was in some ghetto; but everyone got up in arms about it.
 
2013-08-26 10:46:15 AM
This happens all the time.  People think that because what they're doing is good, or more commonly, because they have a religious motivation, they're exempt from laws.

The fact of the matter is that there are laws about these sorts of situations in almost every municipality, and they're almost all regarding public safety.  You don't even need a mayor or city council to declare them a criminal target - they're already breaking the law, it's just been overlooked, probably because they're religious in nature, and only recently has it become so large that it could be problematic.

If you look though, it's likely you'll find laws regarding:
  - Providing notice to, and getting permission from whichever office manages the parks for a large organized congregation, or handles trash removal.
  - Providing notice to, and getting permission from the police, to manage right of way and traffic issues
  - Providing food to large groups of people in a public event (as opposed to private) requires food safety inspections, as well as those handling food following certain regulations to ensure the food is safe to eat.
  - If it's a certain size, and food is being provided, the organizers are required to provide toilets and other facilities, you can't just expect local businesses to front them - or let them go in public.
 The thing is, in almost all of these situations, the city has offered to work with the groups, to get them the permits they need, to fast-track any inspections etc, at either no, or reduced cost.  The group Food not Bombs is notorious for actually attempting to get arrested; in one case even ripping up a permit produced and approved by a quick city hall worker when they heard of an event being set up.  What many of these groups want is just attention on themselves and their causes.


There's nothing saying you can't feed homeless people.  Go ahead, open up your house, let them sit at your dinner table and feed them.  It's private property, go for it.  However, if you're going to have a public event involving a hundred people or more though, you need to follow the laws.  Heck, you need a permit even if you're doing it in a church in most places - and that includes fish frys.
 
2013-08-26 11:21:33 AM
FTA: "Simple: we will feed people. I am, after all (however imperfectly), a follower of Jesus, who said himself that when we ignore hungry people, we ignore him. The only question that remains is where we will do it."

A Christian who ACTUALLY FOLLOWS THE TEACHINGS OF JESUS! In public!
*head asplodes*
 
2013-08-26 11:22:02 AM

Lee Jackson Beauregard: browser_snake: Moral outrage test:

You can't give those sausage biscuits to the homeless because:
1. There's a city ordinance against doing it in the park - OUTRAGE
2. Sausage biscuits are unhealthy and cause obesity - THIS IS OK
3. The biscuit dough is made from GMO wheat flour - APPLAUSE

1. Don't feed the homeless from my tax dollars.  Taxation is theft.  Let them rely on charities.
2. Don't let the charities feed the homeless.  They're icky and we don't want them around.
3. Let them bootstrap themselves into a job.
4. WHAR JOBS JERB CREATORS OBAMA WHAR?


There's the Republican Party in a nutshell
 
2013-08-26 11:34:35 AM
Hate to fark up anyone's smug around here,  but Raleighs mayor is an independent  but ran with the endorsement of the local Democratic Party . That should make some of y'all scratch your heads
 
2013-08-26 11:36:52 AM

kwame: There's nothing unfair about getting rid of a bunch of idiots who actually have places to go home to.


Are we talking about #occupy or the outreach group from the story?

/I know you meant the homeless, because you're stupid
 
2013-08-26 12:04:14 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: Certainly You Jest: Pissing on the poor is practically the national pastime for these oh-so-christian scumbags.

Is there a condo development around there? Can't have poor people hanging around getting in the way of the revenue stream for realtors, inspectors, banks, notaries/lawyers, school boards and municipal taxes. Not to mention crooked construction companies.

God damn I hate real estate.


Yes there's a large apartment complex that is going up right on Moore square, though I can't recall where in the process it is at.
 
2013-08-26 12:09:27 PM

GBmanNC: Quantum Apostrophe: Certainly You Jest: Pissing on the poor is practically the national pastime for these oh-so-christian scumbags.

Is there a condo development around there? Can't have poor people hanging around getting in the way of the revenue stream for realtors, inspectors, banks, notaries/lawyers, school boards and municipal taxes. Not to mention crooked construction companies.

God damn I hate real estate.

Yes there's a large apartment complex that is going up right on Moore square, though I can't recall where in the process it is at.


I though MSP was going to be renovated but kept a park? Wasnt there a contest to pick a new design for it? I know James Goodnight is also doing some projects around the area as well, renovating some old buildings for restaurants and things like that. Isnt the high rise going in on Glennwood near Crabtree valley mall?
 
2013-08-26 12:46:04 PM
If we don't fatten the homeless up a little, they won't taste as good...
 
2013-08-26 12:50:56 PM
If they were handing out bootstraps, would that be against the law? If if it were, would people
complain? Would the bums take them? All this and more on the next...Soap..
 
2013-08-26 01:06:27 PM
Apparently the 'feed the homeless on the weekend' operations have been going on for several years now, with some assistance from the Raleigh government (extra garbage cans, etc), until this last weekend. Also, there have been 'requests' by non-government officials to move their operation several blocks away from Moore Square.

http://www.newsobserver.com/2013/08/26/3138383/1000-da ys-of-meals-to-t he-needy.html
 
2013-08-26 01:08:44 PM
It's been my experience that if a cop can't tell you what law you're breaking if you do something they don't have anything and are just being bullies.
 
2013-08-26 01:11:35 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: Zeb Hesselgresser: Copper Spork: How is this any different from banning people from feeding rats and seagulls? It's a public health issue, and they are quite right to ban unsanitary behaviour.

Strike One:  People vs. Rats and Seagulls?
Strike Two:  Public Health Issue?  -  " . . .  as long as we did not block the sidewalk and cleaned up after ourselves. We have operated, unmolested, under this assumption for the last six years."
Strike Three:  beaviour (sic).

Your[sic] out.

You go through all the trouble of (sic)ing a spelling mistake that isn't even there? Drunk on a Monday morning? Or still drunk from Sunday night?


Behavior.

You go to all the troubel of bicthing about somoene else btiching about speling erors, and you mis a rather obivous won.
 
2013-08-26 01:52:01 PM

Onkel Buck: GBmanNC: Quantum Apostrophe: Certainly You Jest: Pissing on the poor is practically the national pastime for these oh-so-christian scumbags.

Is there a condo development around there? Can't have poor people hanging around getting in the way of the revenue stream for realtors, inspectors, banks, notaries/lawyers, school boards and municipal taxes. Not to mention crooked construction companies.

God damn I hate real estate.

Yes there's a large apartment complex that is going up right on Moore square, though I can't recall where in the process it is at.

I though MSP was going to be renovated but kept a park? Wasnt there a contest to pick a new design for it? I know James Goodnight is also doing some projects around the area as well, renovating some old buildings for restaurants and things like that. Isnt the high rise going in on Glennwood near Crabtree valley mall?


Oops, didnt mean literally ON moore square, next to. Salvation army building I believe.
 
2013-08-26 02:18:31 PM

GBmanNC: Onkel Buck: GBmanNC: Quantum Apostrophe: Certainly You Jest: Pissing on the poor is practically the national pastime for these oh-so-christian scumbags.

Is there a condo development around there? Can't have poor people hanging around getting in the way of the revenue stream for realtors, inspectors, banks, notaries/lawyers, school boards and municipal taxes. Not to mention crooked construction companies.

God damn I hate real estate.

Yes there's a large apartment complex that is going up right on Moore square, though I can't recall where in the process it is at.

I though MSP was going to be renovated but kept a park? Wasnt there a contest to pick a new design for it? I know James Goodnight is also doing some projects around the area as well, renovating some old buildings for restaurants and things like that. Isnt the high rise going in on Glennwood near Crabtree valley mall?

Oops, didnt mean literally ON moore square, next to. Salvation army building I believe.


Ok that makes more sense. If that is the case and its a new complex going up, the homeless folks are probably going to have to find a new place to hangout anyway. Probably Dorthea Dix property, if they ever figure out what they are going to do with it. They will definitely be out of sight out of mind over there.
 
2013-08-26 02:54:41 PM
As someone who bought biscuits for everyone at the bus stop last week, and is also moving to Raleigh at the end of the month, I'm really getting a kick...

/oh crap I'm doomed
 
2013-08-26 03:53:41 PM
Land of the free.
 
2013-08-26 04:25:53 PM

BummerDuck: Just like feeding Bears....Don't do it....The animals become dependent on your handouts.


Right because homeless people should be starved and shamed into getting jobs because otherwise they'll learn to like having nothing and getting free meals. They obviously have chosen that life style. Living on free sandwiches once a day in the park is the life man. I'm thinking about quitting my job it sounds so attractive. 

Can someone explain to me how if you don't have a permanent  address, or a phone number, only one change of clothes, and is probably a little mentally ill (if not a LOT mentally ill) is supposed to just go find a job? How many people would really hire someone like that? Give 'em free cheese for your gods sake. It's the human thing to do.  
(we live among a lot of subhumans though and they refer to themselves as Republicans)
 
2013-08-26 04:58:36 PM

Pockafrusta: Public pressure should fix this accordingly. Direct your rage to the Mayor and watch how fast those biscuits get handed back out...


Since when do Officers take orders from civilians?

If the Police don't want this happening, what the mayor or city council wants is irrelevant.
 
2013-08-26 06:40:29 PM
Bad cop; no donut!
 
2013-08-26 07:39:35 PM

purple kool-aid and a jigger of formaldehyde: BummerDuck: Just like feeding Bears....Don't do it....The animals become dependent on your handouts.

Right because homeless people should be starved and shamed into getting jobs because otherwise they'll learn to like having nothing and getting free meals. They obviously have chosen that life style. Living on free sandwiches once a day in the park is the life man. I'm thinking about quitting my job it sounds so attractive. 

Can someone explain to me how if you don't have a permanent  address, or a phone number, only one change of clothes, and is probably a little mentally ill (if not a LOT mentally ill) is supposed to just go find a job? How many people would really hire someone like that? Give 'em free cheese for your gods sake. It's the human thing to do.  
(we live among a lot of subhumans though and they refer to themselves as Republicans)


Well, I did my part for a couple of years. Will never do it again.

So keep preaching from that pulpit, with no real life experience to back it up.
 
2013-08-27 07:42:53 AM

Meisaims: As someone who bought biscuits for everyone at the bus stop last week, and is also moving to Raleigh at the end of the month, I'm really getting a kick...

/oh crap I'm doomed


Youll be OK the bus stop is right across the street from the park but they have security over there rousting the homeless too, but no seems to biatch about that.
 
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