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(KING 5 News)   Tweakerville now has its own television show as business owner streams the 'North Everett Tweaker Cam.' Next step will be deploying a drone for live audio and potentially hiring a news anchor to compete with Fox News   ( king5.com) divider line
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2017-08-11 02:27:22 PM  
These damn blue collar tweaker are heroes in this town.
 
2017-08-11 09:33:29 PM  
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2017-08-11 09:57:43 PM  
Why is the homeless crisis in cities talked about separately from the opioid crisis?

They're the same thing.
 
2017-08-11 10:43:38 PM  

davidphogan: Why is the homeless crisis in cities talked about separately from the opioid crisis?

They're the same thing.


No they're not.
 
2017-08-11 10:45:09 PM  
When I think of Tweakerville, I think of some WalMart in rural Okla after midnight.
 
2017-08-11 10:47:05 PM  
Meh. I'm waiting for Hooplehead TV.
 
2017-08-11 10:47:50 PM  
So we can be assured a running commentary, regardless of whether it's the station's announcer?
 
2017-08-11 10:52:36 PM  
What, the business owner can't hire a tweaker to burn down the homeless camp for $40?  I bet he could if was more bootstrappy.
 
2017-08-11 10:53:20 PM  

FrancoFile: davidphogan: Why is the homeless crisis in cities talked about separately from the opioid crisis?

They're the same thing.

No they're not.


You haven't seen the west coast homeless problem then.  Portland, Seattle, and San Francisco have seriously homeless problems, and at least half of the homeless in each of those cities is self-medicating with more than just alcohol.

I was walking through a decent neighborhood in Portland (one of the three highest valued), and sitting on the golf course across the street from the mayor's house just after dusk were two people shooting up.

America has a bad drug problem, and it's helping fuel the homeless crisis.
 
2017-08-11 10:54:08 PM  
davidphogan: sitting on the golf course across the street from the former mayor's house

My bad, edited my post and left out a word.
 
2017-08-11 11:01:08 PM  

davidphogan: FrancoFile: davidphogan: Why is the homeless crisis in cities talked about separately from the opioid crisis?

They're the same thing.

No they're not.

You haven't seen the west coast homeless problem then.  Portland, Seattle, and San Francisco have seriously homeless problems, and at least half of the homeless in each of those cities is self-medicating with more than just alcohol.

I was walking through a decent neighborhood in Portland (one of the three highest valued), and sitting on the golf course across the street from the mayor's house just after dusk were two people shooting up.

America has a bad drug problem, and it's helping fuel the homeless crisis.


SF is bum city. The only worse place is Atlanta, because reasons.
 
2017-08-11 11:02:48 PM  
hmm, thought "tweakers" did meth, not H
 
2017-08-11 11:04:14 PM  

redly1: hmm, thought "tweakers" did meth, not H


Stop stereotyping tweakers!


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2017-08-11 11:04:33 PM  
Smokin' crack, smokin' crack, smokin' crack, smokin' crack (x4)

In the Jungle, the mighty Jungle
underneath I-5
In the Jungle, the crackhead Jungle
someone's getting stabbed tonight

Smokin' crack, smokin' crack, smokin' crack, smokin' crack (x4)

Near the ball park, Safeco ball park
Don't walk alone at night
Near the ball park, Seattle's ball park
You'll get shanked at night.

Smokin' crack, smokin' crack, smokin' crack, smokin' crack (x4)
 
2017-08-11 11:06:26 PM  

davidphogan: FrancoFile: davidphogan: Why is the homeless crisis in cities talked about separately from the opioid crisis?

They're the same thing.

No they're not.

You haven't seen the west coast homeless problem then.  Portland, Seattle, and San Francisco have seriously homeless problems, and at least half of the homeless in each of those cities is self-medicating with more than just alcohol.

I was walking through a decent neighborhood in Portland (one of the three highest valued), and sitting on the golf course across the street from the mayor's house just after dusk were two people shooting up.

America has a bad drug problem, and it's helping fuel the homeless crisis.


That statement is true.
But we've had homelessness before the opioid crisis.
Do they interact?  Yes.
Are they identical problems?  No.  We could solve the opioid issue tomorrow with the wave of a magic wand, and we'd still have homelessness issues.
 
2017-08-11 11:11:00 PM  
Nothing new here.  Remember Hoovervilles?
 
2017-08-11 11:14:12 PM  
FTA: For now, Watts says he has no plans to stop the live stream and will continue to use it to push City Hall to clean up his neighborhood. "I have empathy," he said, "but I want my city clean."

"Clean up the city" isn't a solution to the problem of homelessness and/or drug addiction. If you don't have any actual solutions then you're not helping anything. At best you're just making it someone else's problem. And given that, I don't see any empathy. Sympathy, maybe, but if all you can think of is NIMBY then you're not being empathetic.
 
2017-08-11 11:25:29 PM  

fat_free: SF is bum city. The only worse place is Atlanta, because reasons.


What is a bum city?
 
2017-08-11 11:29:04 PM  

Quaker: FTA: For now, Watts says he has no plans to stop the live stream and will continue to use it to push City Hall to clean up his neighborhood. "I have empathy," he said, "but I want my city clean."

"Clean up the city" isn't a solution to the problem of homelessness and/or drug addiction. If you don't have any actual solutions then you're not helping anything. At best you're just making it someone else's problem. And given that, I don't see any empathy. Sympathy, maybe, but if all you can think of is NIMBY then you're not being empathetic.


Exactly. This guy has the time, money and skill to install multiple streaming cameras, plans to install more (with audio), is willing to invest somewhere in the neighborhood of $1.5k for a drone that can stream live video, is willing to pay someone to run the system or has so much time on his hands he's willing to do it himself (which means he's likely a shiat mechanic) presumably pays some service to host his streaming shiatshow, yet biatches at "city hall" for not doing anything.

Dude is a complete waste of dimensional resources.
 
2017-08-11 11:31:02 PM  

FrancoFile: davidphogan: FrancoFile: davidphogan: Why is the homeless crisis in cities talked about separately from the opioid crisis?

They're the same thing.

No they're not.

You haven't seen the west coast homeless problem then.  Portland, Seattle, and San Francisco have seriously homeless problems, and at least half of the homeless in each of those cities is self-medicating with more than just alcohol.

I was walking through a decent neighborhood in Portland (one of the three highest valued), and sitting on the golf course across the street from the mayor's house just after dusk were two people shooting up.

America has a bad drug problem, and it's helping fuel the homeless crisis.

That statement is true.
But we've had homelessness before the opioid crisis.
Do they interact?  Yes.
Are they identical problems?  No.  We could solve the opioid issue tomorrow with the wave of a magic wand, and we'd still have homelessness issues.


Work on the drug problem and a big part of the homeless problem will sort itself out.  Obviously not all, but a good chunk in the big coastal cities.
 
2017-08-11 11:33:07 PM  
Legalize drugs so that the prices drop to what an alcoholic pays for their habit and then maybe they can afford an apartment and an 8-ball.
 
2017-08-11 11:37:26 PM  
Sorry subby, the drone will be shot down within minutes.
 
2017-08-11 11:40:51 PM  

Quaker: FTA: For now, Watts says he has no plans to stop the live stream and will continue to use it to push City Hall to clean up his neighborhood. "I have empathy," he said, "but I want my city clean."

"Clean up the city" isn't a solution to the problem of homelessness and/or drug addiction. If you don't have any actual solutions then you're not helping anything. At best you're just making it someone else's problem. And given that, I don't see any empathy. Sympathy, maybe, but if all you can think of is NIMBY then you're not being empathetic.


If you really have "empathy" then invite the homeless and drug addicts into your home.  What you really mean is "someone should do something for these poor people, but it shouldn't be me".

Fark, 94% empathy, 6% common sense.
 
2017-08-11 11:41:05 PM  
RottNDude: ...which means he's likely a shiat mechanic...

Which shows you know dick about Z-Sport; have a cup of STFU
 
2017-08-11 11:41:10 PM  

FrancoFile: davidphogan: FrancoFile: davidphogan: Why is the homeless crisis in cities talked about separately from the opioid crisis?

They're the same thing.

No they're not.

You haven't seen the west coast homeless problem then.  Portland, Seattle, and San Francisco have seriously homeless problems, and at least half of the homeless in each of those cities is self-medicating with more than just alcohol.

I was walking through a decent neighborhood in Portland (one of the three highest valued), and sitting on the golf course across the street from the mayor's house just after dusk were two people shooting up.

America has a bad drug problem, and it's helping fuel the homeless crisis.

That statement is true.
But we've had homelessness before the opioid crisis.
Do they interact?  Yes.
Are they identical problems?  No.  We could solve the opioid issue tomorrow with the wave of a magic wand, and we'd still have homelessness issues.


Indeed, but then you wouldn't have one problem exacerbating the other. That's not a bad goal.
The perfect should not be the enemy of the good.
 
2017-08-11 11:47:55 PM  
Hopefully the cam embarrasses the city and the cops enough that they finally do something about the camp.
 
2017-08-11 11:56:28 PM  

Phelon Hardtimes: Quaker: FTA: For now, Watts says he has no plans to stop the live stream and will continue to use it to push City Hall to clean up his neighborhood. "I have empathy," he said, "but I want my city clean."

"Clean up the city" isn't a solution to the problem of homelessness and/or drug addiction. If you don't have any actual solutions then you're not helping anything. At best you're just making it someone else's problem. And given that, I don't see any empathy. Sympathy, maybe, but if all you can think of is NIMBY then you're not being empathetic.

If you really have "empathy" then invite the homeless and drug addicts into your home.  What you really mean is "someone should do something for these poor people, but it shouldn't be me".

Fark, 94% empathy, 6% common sense.


Inviting the few I could accommodate into my home isn't a solution to the actual problem, and the likelihood of it ending up with me being robbed is, unfortunately, very high. Solutions are things like increasing funding for social programs, increasing minimum wages, preventing businesses from discriminating against felons by not hiring them on that basis, and anything that works towards the ultimate goal of ending drug prohibition, all of which I support by donating money to groups working towards those ends and vote for whenever possible despite the fact that they'll cost me more in taxes. This guy didn't decide to pursue anything like that, he just wants someone to get rid of the homeless people living near his business. After that, it doesn't seem like he cares about them or where they go or whose problem they are when they get there.
 
2017-08-11 11:57:37 PM  
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2017-08-12 12:03:31 AM  

Quaker: Phelon Hardtimes: Quaker: FTA: For now, Watts says he has no plans to stop the live stream and will continue to use it to push City Hall to clean up his neighborhood. "I have empathy," he said, "but I want my city clean."

"Clean up the city" isn't a solution to the problem of homelessness and/or drug addiction. If you don't have any actual solutions then you're not helping anything. At best you're just making it someone else's problem. And given that, I don't see any empathy. Sympathy, maybe, but if all you can think of is NIMBY then you're not being empathetic.

If you really have "empathy" then invite the homeless and drug addicts into your home.  What you really mean is "someone should do something for these poor people, but it shouldn't be me".

Fark, 94% empathy, 6% common sense.

Inviting the few I could accommodate into my home isn't a solution to the actual problem, and the likelihood of it ending up with me being robbed is, unfortunately, very high. Solutions are things like increasing funding for social programs, increasing minimum wages, preventing businesses from discriminating against felons by not hiring them on that basis, and anything that works towards the ultimate goal of ending drug prohibition, all of which I support by donating money to groups working towards those ends and vote for whenever possible despite the fact that they'll cost me more in taxes. This guy didn't decide to pursue anything like that, he just wants someone to get rid of the homeless people living near his business. After that, it doesn't seem like he cares about them or where they go or whose problem they are when they get there.


I completely agree.  That's not what we are doing though so people just saying "bring them all in" is stupid.
 
2017-08-12 12:04:15 AM  

Phelon Hardtimes: What, the business owner can't hire a tweaker to burn down the homeless camp for $40?  I bet he could if was more bootstrappy.


He could also borrow a page from the police and have the cameras turned off for maintenance or some other reason. The cops would never know who threw the lit road flare into the camp at 3:15 am.
 
2017-08-12 12:08:17 AM  

one of Ripley's Bad Guys: RottNDude: ...which means he's likely a shiat mechanic...

Which shows you know dick about Z-Sport; have a cup of STFU


How difficult is an intake manifold gasket replacement anyway?
 
2017-08-12 12:11:21 AM  

Phelon Hardtimes: Quaker: Phelon Hardtimes: Quaker: FTA: For now, Watts says he has no plans to stop the live stream and will continue to use it to push City Hall to clean up his neighborhood. "I have empathy," he said, "but I want my city clean."

"Clean up the city" isn't a solution to the problem of homelessness and/or drug addiction. If you don't have any actual solutions then you're not helping anything. At best you're just making it someone else's problem. And given that, I don't see any empathy. Sympathy, maybe, but if all you can think of is NIMBY then you're not being empathetic.

If you really have "empathy" then invite the homeless and drug addicts into your home.  What you really mean is "someone should do something for these poor people, but it shouldn't be me".

Fark, 94% empathy, 6% common sense.

Inviting the few I could accommodate into my home isn't a solution to the actual problem, and the likelihood of it ending up with me being robbed is, unfortunately, very high. Solutions are things like increasing funding for social programs, increasing minimum wages, preventing businesses from discriminating against felons by not hiring them on that basis, and anything that works towards the ultimate goal of ending drug prohibition, all of which I support by donating money to groups working towards those ends and vote for whenever possible despite the fact that they'll cost me more in taxes. This guy didn't decide to pursue anything like that, he just wants someone to get rid of the homeless people living near his business. After that, it doesn't seem like he cares about them or where they go or whose problem they are when they get there.

I completely agree.  That's not what we are doing though so people just saying "bring them all in" is stupid.


I don't know what you mean by that. What aren't we doing, who's saying "bring them all in", and who are "them" and where are we bringing them?
 
2017-08-12 12:11:44 AM  

Whatthefark: Phelon Hardtimes: What, the business owner can't hire a tweaker to burn down the homeless camp for $40?  I bet he could if was more bootstrappy.

He could also borrow a page from the police and have the cameras turned off for maintenance or some other reason. The cops would never know who threw the lit road flare into the camp at 3:15 am.


Never do it yourself.  Hire one of the drug addicts to do it then pay another drug addict to kill them.  Then lure that drug addict to another location and kill them yourself.  I thought this was known.

It is known.
 
2017-08-12 12:26:04 AM  

davidphogan: FrancoFile: davidphogan: FrancoFile: davidphogan: Why is the homeless crisis in cities talked about separately from the opioid crisis?

They're the same thing.

No they're not.

You haven't seen the west coast homeless problem then.  Portland, Seattle, and San Francisco have seriously homeless problems, and at least half of the homeless in each of those cities is self-medicating with more than just alcohol.

I was walking through a decent neighborhood in Portland (one of the three highest valued), and sitting on the golf course across the street from the mayor's house just after dusk were two people shooting up.

America has a bad drug problem, and it's helping fuel the homeless crisis.

That statement is true.
But we've had homelessness before the opioid crisis.
Do they interact?  Yes.
Are they identical problems?  No.  We could solve the opioid issue tomorrow with the wave of a magic wand, and we'd still have homelessness issues.

Work on the drug problem and a big part of the homeless problem will sort itself out.  Obviously not all, but a good chunk in the big coastal cities.


Homeless from all over the country flock to the bug coastal cities because the climate won't kill them and they think there are more services for them there.
 
2017-08-12 12:32:00 AM  

RottNDude: Exactly. This guy has the time, money and skill to install multiple streaming cameras, plans to install more (with audio), is willing to invest somewhere in the neighborhood of $1.5k for a drone that can stream live video, is willing to pay someone to run the system or has so much time on his hands he's willing to do it himself (which means he's likely a shiat mechanic) presumably pays some service to host his streaming shiatshow, yet biatches at "city hall" for not doing anything.


setting up streaming cameras is not expensive, he doesn't need to pay someone to  run the system because everything is digital and off the shelf, you can stream on youtube for nothing or almost nothing, and a couple thousand would help how exactly? Giving it to the homeless directly is worse than nothing, and donating it to the church next door won't make the problem go away either . Who exactly are you trying to convince that you are such a good and decent person for saying what you said?
 
2017-08-12 12:34:06 AM  

RottNDude: one of Ripley's Bad Guys: RottNDude: ...which means he's likely a shiat mechanic...

Which shows you know dick about Z-Sport; have a cup of STFU

How difficult is an intake manifold gasket replacement anyway?


ah, troll post, you got me for a second.
 
2017-08-12 12:41:02 AM  

Medic Zero: Homeless from all over the country flock to the bug coastal cities because the climate won't kill them and they think there are more services for them there.


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Citation needed.
 
2017-08-12 12:56:26 AM  

RottNDude: one of Ripley's Bad Guys: RottNDude: ...which means he's likely a shiat mechanic...

Which shows you know dick about Z-Sport; have a cup of STFU

How difficult is an intake manifold gasket replacement anyway?


Depends on the motor.  On a 2.2 liter Continental flathead 4, like in an army Jeep, it's a 30-minute job, including test drive.  But I haven't seen one since 1952.  On a GM corporate 3.4 liter V6, used in everything for over a decade and now an aging, common engine, it's a job needed a lot because the manifold is aluminum and people forget to have their coolant changed every 4 years, and resulting corrosion most often causes manifold gasket leaks.  There is an upper manifold with the stacks and throttle body and a lower manifold with the fuel injectors.  When you pull the lower manifold and change the gasket, you must pull the rocker arms and pushrods to lift the manifold.  Huge job, and not one that you would want to trust to someone who hasn't done a lot of them recently.
 
2017-08-12 12:57:27 AM  
Here's a follow up from an Everett site.

https://myeverettnews.com/2017/08/10/everett-mayor-and-police-chief-r​e​spond-to-everett-is-tweakerville-label/

I live here, that area is pretty wild, something should be done, but probably not what this dude is doing.
 
2017-08-12 01:02:40 AM  
Wasting away again in Tweakerville.  Some people claim that there's a woman to blame, but I know it's Oxycontin's fault.
 
2017-08-12 01:08:39 AM  
Train station, overpass, soup kitchen.
https://goo.gl/maps/eczXRPzADZQ2
 
2017-08-12 01:11:43 AM  
Haha I just watched this channel today. I'e been binge watching tweaker videos and watched this neighbrhood's security cameras of a lovely meth house and colorful characters!

Like Angry Hammer Man. He seems charming.
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2017-08-12 01:22:28 AM  

davidphogan: Medic Zero: Homeless from all over the country flock to the bug coastal cities because the climate won't kill them and they think there are more services for them there.

[upload.wikimedia.org image 850x566]

Citation needed.


Citations aren't needed for common knowledge.
 
2017-08-12 01:51:44 AM  
I live in Everett. I'm an ER nurse in Everett. I have a lot of contact with the homeless and the addicts in this town.

The drug problem here absolutely feeds the homelessness issue. Both of these populations, which are largely intersecting, come to Everett because it is the largest city in the county, and all the resources they need are here. DSHS, the hospital, the methadone clinic, the homeless shelter, are all here. We need to deal with this issue, but this Tweakercam dude needs to relax. Other similarly situated cities across the country have the same problem. It is his own fault that he chose to open a business right next to the homeless shelter. I guess our empathetic friend had no idea that the shelter kicks these folks out during the day and they have nowhere to go until nightfall. A lot of them spend their days in my ER lobby. We allow it as long as they don't bother anyone. If they are sick, we check them in, care for them, feed them, and give them a few hours to sleep if our lobby isn't full. I know many of these folks by name. Even though these people can be challenging to work with, they don't deserve this public mockery. This Tweakercam dude should have opened up shop in the part of town where the houses sell for almost a million dollars, and he would have better neighbors. It's his own fault that he's cheap. Don't set up shop on the cheap side of town, the absolute armpit of a blue collar town, and expect the rest of the tax payers to salvage your business. Put some of your own effort into cleaning up this city, champ. Mocking the unfortunate doesn't win you any points
 
2017-08-12 01:54:24 AM  

RottNDude: Quaker: FTA: For now, Watts says he has no plans to stop the live stream and will continue to use it to push City Hall to clean up his neighborhood. "I have empathy," he said, "but I want my city clean."

"Clean up the city" isn't a solution to the problem of homelessness and/or drug addiction. If you don't have any actual solutions then you're not helping anything. At best you're just making it someone else's problem. And given that, I don't see any empathy. Sympathy, maybe, but if all you can think of is NIMBY then you're not being empathetic.

Exactly. This guy has the time, money and skill to install multiple streaming cameras, plans to install more (with audio), is willing to invest somewhere in the neighborhood of $1.5k for a drone that can stream live video, is willing to pay someone to run the system or has so much time on his hands he's willing to do it himself (which means he's likely a shiat mechanic) presumably pays some service to host his streaming shiatshow, yet biatches at "city hall" for not doing anything.

Dude is a complete waste of dimensional resources.


What's he to do? Build shelters for the bums?
 
2017-08-12 01:58:13 AM  
Homeless lady: "I'm not the problem".

/Proceeds to walk into oncoming traffic and makes a car swerve.
 
2017-08-12 02:05:08 AM  
Someone just took out some extra arson insurance coverage.
 
2017-08-12 02:48:15 AM  

Ophelia Boobs: This Tweakercam dude should have opened up shop in the part of town where the houses sell for almost a million dollars, and he would have better neighbors. It's his own fault that he's cheap. Don't set up shop on the cheap side of town, the absolute armpit of a blue collar town, and expect the rest of the tax payers to salvage your business. Put some of your own effort into cleaning up this city, champ. Mocking the unfortunate doesn't win you any points


he was there before the homeless camp got bad, auto shops are usually not built in the middle of rich suburbs, and according to you nobody should ever try to start a business in a poor part of town because homeless shelters should be in the middle of uninhabited wasteland that is doomed to be forever undeveloped.
 
2017-08-12 03:16:11 AM  

davidphogan: I was walking through a decent neighborhood in Portland (one of the three highest valued), and sitting on the golf course across the street from the mayor's house just after dusk were two people shooting up.


Its a shame the homeless around golf courses have lost their drive, its a money printer.

When I played at Eastmoreland in SE Portland there was always a guy who would scurry on and sell beers to golfers on the 4th tee which was right next to a public trail entrance.   He bought a case of Coors light for 10 bucks, sold them 2 for 5 bucks, made a quick $50 profit while undercutting the course by 2 bucks a can so it moved quick and then he was done for the day and off to go chill and drink.    Guy made more than minimum wage for 8 hours, tax free, in 20 minutes.

If I had ended up homeless ever that was going to be my go to scam.
 
2017-08-12 03:30:59 AM  

albuquerquehalsey: Ophelia Boobs: This Tweakercam dude should have opened up shop in the part of town where the houses sell for almost a million dollars, and he would have better neighbors. It's his own fault that he's cheap. Don't set up shop on the cheap side of town, the absolute armpit of a blue collar town, and expect the rest of the tax payers to salvage your business. Put some of your own effort into cleaning up this city, champ. Mocking the unfortunate doesn't win you any points

he was there before the homeless camp got bad, auto shops are usually not built in the middle of rich suburbs, and according to you nobody should ever try to start a business in a poor part of town because homeless shelters should be in the middle of uninhabited wasteland that is doomed to be forever undeveloped.


You must not live anywhere near here. That area on Smith Ave has been miserable since forever. When my husband was a teenager, he had rehearsal space there, and was forever kicking homeless people out of it. You shouldn't speak of things you don't know. I've lived around here for 25 years. Everett is much nicer than it used to be, but please show me a homeless shelter in a good sized city that doesn't have similar issues.

Lots of small businesses here, automotive and otherwise, invest in decent real estate. There are auto shops all over town that do fine in decent areas, like Bucky's and AJ's. Both are within a 10 minute drive of the $1M house one street over from my house. I don't live in a million dollar house, but I spent the money to live in a nice neighborhood. I don't appreciate this jerkoff trashing my neighborhood to the entire nation. It's actually people like me, who bought a foreclosure that squatters were living in and rehabbed it into a nice home, that's bringing this town up little by little. This guy isn't so much investing in Everett as he has been enjoying the low overhead that runs along with setting up shop in a place nobody wants to go to. So now he's figured out that he made a miscalculation and he wants the entire city to drop everything and help him. Maybe he should walk his ass over to the homeless shelter and see how he can help, if he really wants to make a difference. He doesn't want to make a difference. He wants to be accomodated, by the police and the city council and the tax payers. I would rather give my money to the shelter. Did you know that there are only about 100 female shelter beds here, most of which do not take children? Did you know the wait list for a female bed is about 800 names long? Do think this dude knows or cares? He only cares about himself. These folks aren't people to him, just a problem he wants solved.
 
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