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(10-29-2019 04:38 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  All wrong.

Roll up window and lock door when he is still thirty feet away, or you will be sorry.

I also turn the wipers to max so their hand will get nipped if they try to faux "clean" it.
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(10-31-2019 09:27 AM)TheBowery Wrote:  Good summary and writer here: https://www.city-journal.org/san-francis...ess-crisis

That's an excellent interview with some lady who had actually in-depth experience with it and also knows the history of the issue. Many of the virtue-signaling attempts had been tried before with no success.

She says clearly that giving homes is the least issue.

San Francisco already spends 300 mio. $ per year on the problem, but they could spend 1 bio. $ and it wouldn't get better.

First she says that those big cities seldom have homeless who were born and raised there - almost all are vagrants who moved there. The policies are insane - some are even distributing pamphlets of how to shoot up better and how to get a better high!

They intend now to build costly SanFran housing projects in record high-rent districts.

The lady advocates for remote centers in cheap locations that offer care for the mentally ill, because that is the main reason - not being homeless. And citizens have a right to walk in public spaces without stepping in human excrement or having to avoid junkies.

It's interesting that there is also a difference between the Silicon Valley billionaires - some are funding even the most insane proposals while others like Jack Dorsey want different solutions. Ultimately the policies are due to leftist mindsets and nothing else.

The proposal of the lady sounds good - arrest them in the cities, wipe them clean, move them to remote concentration centers where they get care, some won't be released similar to mental patients of old. Others have the option to be released but cannot enter cities - if they put up poop tents 3 times, then they will stay for years in one of the detainment centers against their will if need be.

Ah well - it's death by a thousand cuts until the money runs out I am afraid anyway.

And she also said that getting them homes is a tiny sub-portion of the crowd - those would already be quite functional indviduals anyway.
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I live in Seattle and have for almost 30 years. FFS, the homeless problem here is way out of control. My line of work (heavy equipment repair/maint) keeps me on the road a lot of the time. I have seen things you wouldn't believe. Kids living in tents, pregnant women living in tents. There's a whole new industry in town HEMI. The Homeless Enablement and Maintenance Industry.

All the city does is talk and spend millions then talk some more about how to spend even more. There's no real effort to end this seemingly perpetual crisis. No effort to change the environment which brings this about. Some people are pulling down 6 figures and no one is being held accountable.
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As far as homeless go the US is one of the few developed countries which have working functional homeless. People who work 40-50 hours, but still cannot find a place to live.





The poor in any Western European or post-communist shithole city can find at least a clean comfy room to rent for very little. Also many countries have acceptable social housing projects for those people. Working 50 hours and still living in a car because of your bad credit/track record or insanely high rental costs, that is literally a return to the times of shoeless shoe-factory workers.
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I've noticed that the homeless are overwhelmingly white people. There seem to be very few Hispanics or blacks living on the streets. Many of them are clearly mentally ill. Others have drug issues.

What is astonishing about it all is that the homeless problem is totally out of control during a time of unprecedented job opportunity. The massive job opportunity is both a result of the "Trumpian" economic renaissance as well as the retirement of the boomers.
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It's not just economics; weather has a tremendous impact on where homeless congregate. Why do you think Vancouver, the warmest major city in Canada has such a large population of homeless derelicts?

Let's say you're a homeless person with the choice to live in one of the following 4 cities:

Minneapolis

San Diego

Chicago

Los Angeles

Which 2 do you think the overwhelming majority will choose?
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(11-30-2019 01:01 PM)Abelard Lindsey Wrote:  I've noticed that the homeless are overwhelmingly white people. There seem to be very few Hispanics or blacks living on the streets. Many of them are clearly mentally ill. Others have drug issues.

What is astonishing about it all is that the homeless problem is totally out of control during a time of unprecedented job opportunity. The massive job opportunity is both a result of the "Trumpian" economic renaissance as well as the retirement of the boomers.

If you want to give up alcohol, play this drinking game:

Spot the homeless Asian.

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I watched this the other day. Its from Fox News but seemed more left leaning to my surprise. Still interesting to watch. What really got me is they're interviewing a gal in LA who says she knows people who are working like 1 or even 2 full time jobs but still living in tents because of housing prices. Granted what she doesn't say say is that the rest of their money is probably going to drugs. But still, thats no civilized nation.




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Housing prices are an issue in the West coast cities. They're outrageous and its all due to all kinds of zoning and building restrictions. Call it NIMBY on steroids.

However, if you work in a job and cannot afford a place to live, you leave and go some place affordable such as AZ, TX, or OK. There are plenty of jobs in these places as well.
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Can't help noticing the racial angles behind all of this.

Because there is no racial component to social assistance, it defaults to being Black-only. There are plenty of housing projects in America - but 80% of the needy are Black or Hispanic. Would you want to move into one of those neighbourhoods as a White guy? Or continue to live out of your car?

Asians, meanwhile, have their own family support structures and community support structures; the don't need social support.

It's only the White people, who built the safety net in the first place, who wind up being excluded from the safety net, as well as the 'shadow government' safety net which the Asians have.

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The reason the majority of street homeless are men is because no one cares about men. Society can't bear to see women and children living on the street, hence they've set up social safety nets to prevent it. Women comprise a much higher percentage of individuals who are technically homeless. However, they live in shelters and have housing supplied every night.

Living in your car is a no brainer choice over a single men's shelter.
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(11-30-2019 03:18 PM)Spectrumwalker Wrote:  I watched this the other day. Its from Fox News but seemed more left leaning to my surprise. Still interesting to watch. What really got me is they're interviewing a gal in LA who says she knows people who are working like 1 or even 2 full time jobs but still living in tents because of housing prices. Granted what she doesn't say say is that the rest of their money is probably going to drugs. But still, thats no civilized nation.




I seriously doubt that drug addicts are able to work 2 jobs, keep them, go to work punctually, perform adequately and then go back to their car and spend thousands of dollars on drugs - all while being able to still perform the next day.

It's actually insane that there are no good rental rooms available. The reason is likely due to a rising low-trust society and landlords having terrible experiences with junkies and alcoholics, so they don't do that anymore. Though it's not that hard frankly to filter out those people and demand cash up front. The people in those documentaries - they are easily to filter out and I wouldn't mind renting a room to that elderly care Mexican lady or that ex-IT worker. There are AirBnb like appartments in cheap areas rented out to those people. Though in the US the problem is that the cheap areas are very unsafe areas, so a bunch of poverty-stricken White folk settling down there is probably not a good idea. And the good areas are too expensive to divvy up big appartments into several rooms and attract those folk.

That is why all developed countries - as soon as you work, then you are homeless no more. You rent out a room, save up a bit, then get an appartment or some social housing after a while. You are certainly off the streets. Only the severe mental cases do live on the streets. In countries like Japan it's sometimes old abandoned men who are too ashamed to reach out or who fall through the cracks as no one would hire them. But generally anyone working has a roof over the head - except in the US.
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(11-30-2019 04:07 PM)Simeon_Strangelight Wrote:  I seriously doubt that drug addicts are able to work 2 jobs, keep them, go to work punctually, perform adequately and then go back to their car and spend thousands of dollars on drugs - all while being able to still perform the next day.

You'd be surprised. But that still is a fair point about junkies not being able to hold down full time jobs at least for very long.One is possible. But two, eh, maybe. People don't suprise me anymore. After all it is an incentive to work to get money to feed your habit. And that's why I wrote that. Get your paychecks turn around and blow it right away on your little Chinese fetanyl pills. Hell I was in a taco bell not long ago and I know for damn sure there was a junky working behind the register. 20s something girl looking like a haggard 50 year old. Sad.

If someone's working full time, and single in the USA they should at minimum be able to afford a room in someones house. If not they got outta control spending habits on something. I could be wrong. I dunno maybe places like LA and SF etc, prices are so bad you really can't.

Back around cerca 08 when I was working security I met a lot people sleeping out of cars but that's a different story. People trying to get their lives back on track after the calamity. I can understand that. But now...

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In coastal California the problem is mainly one of poor urban planning and NIMBY anti-growth, which have severely constricted housing supply and kept housing prices exorbitant.

Median house price in Charlotte is $180k, less than a quarter that of SF. There are lots of low-density, sprawling areas in the SF Bay Area (esp. in the south bay), and tons of green areas right in the middle of the urban ring. Places like Charlotte, Houston, Dallas, Phoenix etc have more construction-friendly regulations.

As Aurini said, whites are the most atomized society, boomers have had individualistic values and it's carrying over to the next generation, it's no surprise that "Hating your parents" is a top 20 entry on the Stuff White People Like list.

Blacks have more access to housing projects, and their neighborhoods are the cheapest (though there are some places that are gentrifying like Oakland or parts of Brooklyn).

Hispanics have nearly as much family support as Asians, in places like East LA you have extended Chicano families living in small cottages, whereas struggling whites tend to be divorced Boomers, single moms etc. falling through the cracks. You have one guy living in a small cottage on his own who loses his job then sets off on a lower paid, precarious career path becoming a renter living month to month.

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(11-02-2019 04:28 PM)Shochetl Wrote:  I live in Seattle and have for almost 30 years. FFS, the homeless problem here is way out of control. My line of work (heavy equipment repair/maint) keeps me on the road a lot of the time. I have seen things you wouldn't believe. Kids living in tents, pregnant women living in tents. There's a whole new industry in town HEMI. The Homeless Enablement and Maintenance Industry.

All the city does is talk and spend millions then talk some more about how to spend even more. There's no real effort to end this seemingly perpetual crisis. No effort to change the environment which brings this about. Some people are pulling down 6 figures and no one is being held accountable.

I'm in Seattle too and it truly is an insane asylum here. Most people seem to notice the homeless problem, but don't have it in them to actually fix anything. Like you said, throwing more and more money at it, but also continuously enabling bad behavior seems to be their only solutions. The worst thing you can do for homeless people, and the regular citizens of a city, is enable bad behavior. They are a threat to not only themselves, but public safety as a whole. There needs to be zero tolerance for trespassing, vagrancy, setting up tent cities, littering, shitting/pissing in the streets, heroin/meth possession. There are mentally ill people screaming and threatening others in the streets, and people using/selling drugs out in the open because they know they can. Letting people rot in the streets and dive deeper and deeper into madness is not compassionate at all. There needs to be mandatory rehab for drug possession (including drunks), and mandatory psychiatric treatment for the mentally ill. Criminally charging a lot of these people isn't even necessary, but there needs to be consequences for poor decision making. And for the few homeless that are prepared to get better, they can stay in subsidized housing as long as they're working full time with mandatory drug testing (including alcohol). The goal has to be to get capable people to be self-reliant, and the less capable off the streets, but the leftists in power want chaos. Actually fixing problems threatens their influence and control. And the useless paper pushers, bureaucrats and social programs have been a complete waste of money. With a budget and efficient people in power, these solutions can be done for much less than the nonsense we have now.

But none of this will actually happen. Seattle, along with most of these West Coast cities, will continue to be overrun with socialists, brainwashed voters, homeless, out of control living costs, etc. Seattle is well on its way to becoming San Francisco. The Left truly does destroy everything they touch. Seattle is gone, and not coming back.
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(11-30-2019 01:07 PM)Snag87 Wrote:  It's not just economics; weather has a tremendous impact on where homeless congregate. Why do you think Vancouver, the warmest major city in Canada has such a large population of homeless derelicts?

Let's say you're a homeless person with the choice to live in one of the following 4 cities:

Minneapolis

San Diego

Chicago

Los Angeles

Which 2 do you think the overwhelming majority will choose?

Vancouver has the third highest real estate prices in the US and Canada, but they aren't anywhere near the top when it comes to income. The cost to rent a one bedroom apartment is 2k and the cost of a home is a million. There are a few big reasons as to why that is, but Canadians probably don't think it's very Canadian to point it out.

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Import immigrants that are used to living three to a room regardless of whether it's even legal and it's no surprise that the heritage westerner who doesn't expect to live like a sardine can't afford rent.

Add to that the fact that the real estate bubble in most western nations is still incredibly over inflated and here we are. Wage growth has been shit for decades while house prices doubled and then tripled. Banks get stupidly rich. Real estate investors break even. Everyone else gets fucked.

A reasonable government would tax anything other than owner occupied housing out of the market. Instead investors can write all their house costs off on tax while owner occupants can't, making families less able to compete dollar for dollar than the growing landlord class.

These kind of greedy imbalances tend to result inevitably in very ugly backlashes and I can't imagine we're very far from the next one.

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(11-30-2019 08:06 PM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  Import immigrants that are used to living three to a room regardless of whether it's even legal
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In my youth I would hang out at the more seedier haunts around Earl's Court.

Strewth.

Aussies. Aussies fucking everywhere!

Not just 10 to a room. 10 to a fucking bed!

They didn't know when to stop.

Saffas. Kiwis too!

It was horrific!

...

Chatting some years later with some nice saffa lady on the phone. Got talking about how I never seemed to hear that unmistakable saffa or aussie accent anymore when booking rooms around Earl's Court. She just sighed. The things that can not be said.

The aussies and the kiwis and the saffas that used to live along Fulham Palace Road and Lily Road, they all worked temp jobs in the hotels on reception, or delivered sangers. One strapping aussie guy let me know his philosophy one day: I could sleep in bed all day or work for shit pay but I still earn more than lying around trying to get a job.

The last (saffa) hotel receptionist:

She had to go back the next week. It was getting harder and harder to get a visa to work apparently. Then they were gone. No more Saffas or Kiwis or Aussies now. Ok, a few. Not as many as back then.

Good people. Dirty dogs a few of them. But mostly good hard-working people.

I said in the most communicative way I could about how I lamented the loss of her people. I think we understood each other.

And I haven't talked to another saffa since. They have gone now. Like the Cockneys and the natives. Replaced by who knows what.

Too late to fight.
The bomb has already dropped.


Shame.
Aussies were wild fuckers.
The Kiwis a bit more down to earth and boring. (but deeper conversations when you did have one)
The Saffas a bit more contradictory and you never knew what you were getting. *

I miss them all.

It was good to be around at that time.

It was the best of times.
It was the end of times.


* Met one very humble but brave saffa out one night drinking in Brixton with a very mad Scots Man who had just had his hand put in to a cast after getting it sliced up. The saffa just told his g/f he was going out back to drink with his new found buddies. We were out there hours. She waited. She came out once and not with a cunty attitude. He just told her: Yah A'ahm stil her with mah friendz - Ah'll be back out in a bidt!

She didn't bat an eyelid. Good girl.

Never seen the guy before ever in this life. Never seen him after.

Good people.

Gentle as well. No bullshit.

Powerful people.

It's a shame to see them gone.



It's one of the greatest joys and pleasures in life to see an Aussie mistake a Kiwi accent. Or for a Kiwi to get called out straight away. He failed the 'tist'. NO one ever mistakes a Saffa accent. But they do get more commonly mistaken for Kiwis - never Aussies. Freedum fur dee blicks!

We'd be in stitches as Kiwis tried to do Aussie accents or vice versa or Saffas try to do any accent at all apart from their own.

Just say: Freedom, for the blacks!

Freedum fur dee blicks!


Maybe you needed to be there.

In a particular time and place.

Where if you looked with the right kind of eyes you could see the high water mark...

Then the tide rolled back...
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^Dude, it seems you're in a rough spot in your life, right now.
Your posts sound like a desperate cry for help.

Deep down, you know your anger isn't towards Roosh.
What is missing in your life?
What dreams aren't you accomplishing?

Ask yourself the right questions, or you'll continue your life on this path, leading to more sadness.
I'll intent for you to have a better life and find some happyness.
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An excellent project that looks good - it's limited to homeless veterans for a good reason, but I think that it might work well - help those men get back on track or at least provide them a decent living space within a like-minded community:





I don't think that this would work on the average druggie-slacker-mentally ill guy. Such a veteran community gives you pre-selected people who once had the discipline for the mililtary and they can partly self-help and self-police themselves.

Should be a thing across the entire US. For the mentally sick institutions would be ncessary. For the working poor homeless you would need either set aside projects with affordable housing - sometimes some low-margin communal construction already helps because it adds some low-cost competition to the market and the real estate market has to adapt to that.

Though based on what I read and hear the US has had a terrible track-record in the state to keep costs down. Many European countries do it much better.
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