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Re: “Oakland Homeless Resident Organizes 'Green Teams' to Clean the City

The homeless make parks "vibrant"? Talk about Orwellian language. So, essentially, Oakland wants to pay people to clean up the mess that they themselves are making?

Posted by Scott Delgado 1 on 06/27/2018 at 2:49 PM

Re: “First, BART Came for the Homeless, Then for the Artwork

" ... you have no problems in life other than the sight of homeless people and their tents makes you uncomfortable or scared."

Not so concerned about being uncomfortable, but AM concerned about having my car broken into, my bike stolen for parts, the guy from the homeless camp who tried to rob me when I was jogging Lake Merritt, whoever's been shitting on the sidewalk outside my house, needles on BART seats, etc.

Homeless advocates keep trying to gaslight us into thinking we're bad for worrying about crime, filth, needles, feces on the sidewalk, and a very real possibility of becoming a disease vector for something like tuberculosis (which happened in San Diego).

Posted by Scott Delgado 1 on 02/05/2018 at 5:38 PM

Re: “BART Riders Racially Profile via Smartphone App

"This is essentially a dragnet authorized by a public transit agency using its riders, lacking law enforcement discipline, as informants while building a database on the public going about their daily affairs."

Or maybe it's just someone who has worked all day and would like a peaceful ride home without having to be harangued for spare change. In total honesty, I gave up BART because I got really tired of dealing with the "homeless". It costs more, but going from my garage to my office garage without having to deal with the smell or urine, homeless asking for change, ranting lunatics outside the stations, etc. is totally worth every cent.

Now that people are spending a fortune to live in the Bay Area it's nice to see they're finally demanding some civility. New York cleaned up its act, it's time for San Francisco and Oakland to do the same.

Posted by Scott Delgado 1 on 11/09/2015 at 5:41 PM

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