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Batman June 07, 2014 at 09:17 PM
Of course, and the hustlers don't need the shelters because they live high on the hog, on ourRead Moremisgui ded generosity. Again, those with a legitimate need can get what they need from The Salvation Army. And again, DON'T GIVE THEM ANYTHING ON THE STREET, you may only be contributing to someone's drug addiction. Here's what has me irritated about the street beggar problem: Our police chief recently approached the state legislature about writing yet another law, to make it illegal to stand in a center median. Now do you really think the hustlers and drug addicts will be faithfully paying the fines from these tickets? No, but the high school kids advertising their benefit car washes will. The political activists with signs supporting their favorite candidates will. The motorist waiting in the center divide for a tow truck to pick up his disabled car will. The street beggars, whether hustler or drug addict, will simply rack up a few tickets and move on to the next town, laughing up their sleeves "ha-ha catch me if you can".
Kim Rodgers June 08, 2014 at 10:47 AM
Well said and very true
Dorothy Barela June 29, 2014 at 11:27 PM
I have actually went out of my way to get some fast food for them, Only to have them throw it andRead Morete ll me "Lady My Sign Says Homeless, Not Hungry!!" That was the last time I ever tried to help. It's so true what my Parents would say as i was growing up.." Don't Feed That Stray Dog he will just keep coming back to where he knows he can get fed!
Susan Brinchman May 24, 2014 at 05:42 PM
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