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Old 06-28-2011, 12:02 PM  
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Feed a Homeless Person in Orlando..........Get Arrested.

Apparently it's illegal to feed homeless people in Orlando now. I know some of the heartless bastards on here will say "they deserve it" or whatever stupid shit, but this is ****ed up.



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Old 06-28-2011, 12:07 PM   #2
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Old 06-28-2011, 12:10 PM   #3
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Old 06-28-2011, 12:21 PM   #4
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I have no sympathy for hobos. They're homeless because they're lazy as **** and choose to be that way. We allow them to take from society while contributing nothing but turds and empty bottles in our local parks. I understand that people feel sorry for them. But they're nothing but parasites. They prey on your guilt, while taking that $5 you gave them to go buy booze or drugs. They don't want a normal life. If they did, they could find it somewhere. They just want your money so they can continue to be lazy.
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Old 06-28-2011, 12:24 PM   #5
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Apparently it's illegal to feed homeless people in Orlando now. I know some of the heartless bastards on here will say "they deserve it" or whatever stupid shit, but this is ****ed up.
This is so wrong on so many levels I don't even know where to begin.
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Old 06-28-2011, 12:39 PM   #6
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I have no sympathy for hobos. They're homeless because they're lazy as **** and choose to be that way. We allow them to take from society while contributing nothing but turds and empty bottles in our local parks. I understand that people feel sorry for them. But they're nothing but parasites. They prey on your guilt, while taking that $5 you gave them to go buy booze or drugs. They don't want a normal life. If they did, they could find it somewhere. They just want your money so they can continue to be lazy.

That's not always true and that's a very narrow minded way to look at poverty. I was homeless for years and yes, there are many who fit that description. My father and I never panhandled, never stole, never begged or asked for anything from anyone.

Because of that, as i got older, I developed disdain for homeless beggers. I hated homeless people because I knew that they didn't have to be that way.

But then I remembered that that's not fair. Not everyone is like that and sometimes some people really do need help.

I always remember this lady i met in a shelter when i was a kid. She was in her 40's, white woman, had white hair. She was also deaf and couldn't speak. She was the sweetest woman. She was my best friend. Every night we would write stuff to each other on her etch a sketch. She was homeless because she had no family and no one to help her with her disabilities. Her SSA check wasn't enough to pay rent & food.

She always kept herself clean, you'd never know she was homeless. So when I see homeless people and I get mad at them for being in the situation that they're in, I always remember her and it reminds me that it's not always the way you think it is and these people don't always deserve your criticism and meanness.
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Old 06-28-2011, 12:49 PM   #7
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That's not always true and that's a very narrow minded way to look at poverty. I was homeless for years and yes, there are many who fit that description. My father and I never panhandled, never stole, never begged or asked for anything from anyone.

Because of that, as i got older, I developed disdain for homeless beggers. I hated homeless people because I knew that they didn't have to be that way.

But then I remembered that that's not fair. Not everyone is like that and sometimes some people really do need help.

I always remember this lady i met in a shelter when i was a kid. She was in her 40's, white woman, had white hair. She was also deaf and couldn't speak. She was the sweetest woman. She was my best friend. Every night we would write stuff to each other on her etch a sketch. She was homeless because she had no family and no one to help her with her disabilities. Her SSA check wasn't enough to pay rent & food.

She always kept herself clean, you'd never know she was homeless. So when I see homeless people and I get mad at them for being in the situation that they're in, I always remember her and it reminds me that it's not always the way you think it is and these people don't always deserve your criticism and meanness.

And yet i over hear the assholes around her brag about how they get SS,VA,ect to the tune of 700+ a month.
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Old 06-28-2011, 01:03 PM   #8
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Colon is 0.7 WAR or 5M in value. He makes 500k. Getting pretty close, and since he's producing war each of the next 4 years of club control, he's fair value for Upton straight up. More than fair actually.
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Old 06-28-2011, 01:07 PM   #9
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Old 06-28-2011, 01:28 PM   #10
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I think the purpose of this thread was to discuss whether or not their should be laws preventing us tax paying citizens from buying food (which we're also taxed on) and choosing to help the homeless with it. NOT what we think about homeless people in general.

It's weird, to me, to think that a large percentage of my taxes (20-35 percent roughly) goes to overseas occupancy whether I like or not, supporting "non profit" organizations whether I like it or not, and to put cameras at every intersection to watch us whether I like or not. Now they're being used to pay for conrgressmen to pass laws that pay for police officers to arrest people for spending their hard earned money purchasing LEGAL goods that support their FELLOW AMERICANS?

I think a lot of homeless people are lazy too, but that's not American, that's not freedom, and that's not life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
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Old 06-28-2011, 01:30 PM   #11
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That's not always true and that's a very narrow minded way to look at poverty. I was homeless for years and yes, there are many who fit that description. My father and I never panhandled, never stole, never begged or asked for anything from anyone.

Because of that, as i got older, I developed disdain for homeless beggers. I hated homeless people because I knew that they didn't have to be that way.

But then I remembered that that's not fair. Not everyone is like that and sometimes some people really do need help.

I always remember this lady i met in a shelter when i was a kid. She was in her 40's, white woman, had white hair. She was also deaf and couldn't speak. She was the sweetest woman. She was my best friend. Every night we would write stuff to each other on her etch a sketch. She was homeless because she had no family and no one to help her with her disabilities. Her SSA check wasn't enough to pay rent & food.

She always kept herself clean, you'd never know she was homeless. So when I see homeless people and I get mad at them for being in the situation that they're in, I always remember her and it reminds me that it's not always the way you think it is and these people don't always deserve your criticism and meanness.
I understand that. But 99.999% of hobos are not of the type you describe above. The vast majority of the homeless I've encountered have refused help from friends and family when it was available. They'd rather be the way they are. Help is there for the people that actually need it and want to take advantage of it.
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Old 06-28-2011, 01:32 PM   #12
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I didn't watch the video, but don't these usually boil down to people serving food in an area that isn't zoned for food service? Or needing some kind of permit to do so?
I'm sure there's places in Orlando that serve people food with no problems from the police. They're able to do so according to local rules and regulations.
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Old 06-28-2011, 01:32 PM   #13
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I think the purpose of this thread was to discuss whether or not their should be laws preventing us tax paying citizens from buying food (which we're also taxed on) and choosing to help the homeless with it. NOT what we think about homeless people in general.

It's weird, to me, to think that a large percentage of my taxes (20-35 percent roughly) goes to overseas occupancy whether I like or not, supporting "non profit" organizations whether I like it or not, and to put cameras at every intersection to watch us whether I like or not. Now they're being used to pay for conrgressmen to pass laws that pay for police officers to arrest people for spending their hard earned money purchasing LEGAL goods that support their FELLOW AMERICANS?

I think a lot of homeless people are lazy too, but that's not American, that's not freedom, and that's not life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
A more succinct way of prrasing this would be to ask whether or not people should need a license in order to serve food. Its a health issue as far as the city is concerned.
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Old 06-28-2011, 01:39 PM   #14
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This is close to where I live. I am very familiar with it, and I'll tell you that is a very upscale park that many people love to go to and relax, read, walk or rent a paddleboat around the small lake. It has a large childrens play area and lots of ducks and kids around.

These not very bright people that may have good intentions choose to set up a feed the homless and set up a few tables without any permit or permission. Well, of course this then brings hundreds of homeless people from all over the area and guess what happens when they take away the tables? The homeless don't leave, cause they don't have a home to go back to. They hang around the playground where all the children are playing. I took my kids there and had a homeless man come up and beg me for money and start telling me his sob story wreaking of alcohol while I was trying to play with my kids.

Where homless people hang out, begging and crime will inevitably happen and nobody wants that there.

If you want to mass feed the homless that's great, but you need to rent out a place or have it where it doesn't interfere with everyone else. Homeless or anyone else also are not allowed to beg without a permit. That is why the firemen/anyone else can beg/stand out with a boot because they follow proper procedure. Get a permit, there is no issue. Pretty sick to break the law, have the state of mind to create an issue and grab a camera and some kids, but not the state of mind to follow proper procedure.
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Old 06-28-2011, 01:41 PM   #15
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If all the people in that video gave $5 a month they could probably cover the rent on some place to serve that food.
Instead they apparently think it's better to keep yelling at the cops who don't make the policy and letting all their food get thrown in the trash on a weekly basis.

And I wonder how a lot of people complaining would react if they started serving homeless people food twice a week in a playground across the street from their house.
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