working man 
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Re: “City withdraws support for homeless shelter

It just now came to me! Retirement home. Anita can take care of all she can fit in her building for LIFE sentences, so to speak, and the city makes one last contribution to razor wire in a play ground for them to get some fresh air, play shuffle board etc. I don't care where they are, as long as they are contained. We hide the elderly; sequester them away from the young at a certain age, which is far worse than doing the same to the homeless. I'm fine with keeping them out of public site. Seeing them every day doesn't make me donate more of my time or money to help them. In fact, quite the opposite has happened. I moved here 7 years ago and had a soft spot for these people I now actively despise. Figure it out Anita. You suck.

Posted by working man on 07/09/2007 at 1:59 AM

Re: “City withdraws support for homeless shelter

Heads out of the sand please. 1. Please don't walk in that area unarmed. Your luck will eventually run out and the odds are already against you. 2. That shelter is doing nothing but enabling. Aids tests? Yaaaaaaaay AIDS tests! WTF? Jen please, you're out of your element. A shelter where people are murdered outside clearly should be shut down. 3. If run much like a concentration camp, I think (mentally ill aside) much of the homelessness would disappear. Which btw, the pine st. shelter could benefit from some sort of corrections facility type control if these people are to be this geographically close to tourists and participating members of society. It's not tolerable in my view for the local govt (shirley) to allow this open wilding out in public view. If you want to act like an animal, go live in the woods of south georgia.

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Posted by working man on 07/09/2007 at 1:38 AM

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