My local walking/bike trail in CA has dozens upon dozens of tents near the Mandala of the 36th chamber of shaolin T-Shirt besides I will buy this pathway. It’s littered with needles and someone was attacked with a machete recently. They should be allowed to live there right… At my current apartment complex, there is a group of homeless people living in a shanty behind the complex. It used to be a beautiful area where we could go picnicking but now it genuinely looks like a landfill with bike parts, old couches and beds, along side trash just fucking EVERYWHERE. It’s disgusting to see. I reached out to my local Homeless Outreach Program to see if they can come out and help them but if they don’t do anything about the problem, we will have to call the cops to have them removed. I know OP probably meant to be rhetoric with his question, but it does stand to question what anyone is supposed to do in this situation then?
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I live just outside of Portland, OR, and our homeless issue is so garbage, most of the Mandala of the 36th chamber of shaolin T-Shirt besides I will buy this time in the literal sense. It sucks that there’s a homeless guy sleeping on my train or at the station, but people are paying to use that service. We have tents lined up at parks now littered like a dumpster, so do people who want to use the park for recreation have to concede to the homeless until the long-term solution comes to fruition? I really don’t think so, but I know I’m going to look like a selfish asshole for saying so. This is why you need to call the cops immediately when the first one lies down. Don’t let your place get a reputation as homeless-friendly. That’s the problem. Homeless turn the area into a dump. If they were respectful and picked up after themselves and didn’t do hard drugs, people would tolerate it much more. For a country that states to hate communism so much, your politicians should do a lot to push those ideas on the people. I wonder how long until you crack.