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Re: Is it time to start euthanizing the homeless? [Re: casa_mugrienta] #2968266
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Fisting is popular despite ending in diapers.


So both Sanders and Bootyfag wear diapers?


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I used to walk through Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village every morning and see this homeless guy passed out on a bench with a bunch of empty mouthwash bottles surrounding him

Imagine being such an alcoholic that you’d drink 3 large bottles of listerine every day

Can’t really call that a choice

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Originally Posted by Coat Hanger
Originally Posted by casa_mugrienta
Fisting is popular despite ending in diapers.


So both Sanders and Bootyfag wear diapers?



A reliable source told me when people were shown two images side by side they could not distinguish which bunghole belonged to Bernie and which belonged to Booty.

Sad.


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Originally Posted by BillyOcean
I used to walk through Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village every morning and see this homeless guy passed out on a bench with a bunch of empty mouthwash bottles surrounding him

Imagine being such an alcoholic that you’d drink 3 large bottles of listerine every day

Can’t really call that a choice


He has chosen addiction over sobriety.

Help does exist.

But many such people don't want to pay by the rules.


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Originally Posted by casa_mugrienta
Originally Posted by BillyOcean
I used to walk through Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village every morning and see this homeless guy passed out on a bench with a bunch of empty mouthwash bottles surrounding him

Imagine being such an alcoholic that you’d drink 3 large bottles of listerine every day

Can’t really call that a choice


He has chosen addiction over sobriety.

Help does exist.

But many such people don't want to pay by the rules.


There are levels though

Some people really aren’t capable of “choosing” a better way or navigating the process to get help

For example, one of my kids is non verbal

If he wasn’t born into our family, I would say he’d have high odds of ending up homeless and would be unable to even ask for help

In those circumstances, it would be understandable for someone to get f’d up all of the time to escape the misery

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Originally Posted by Coat Hanger
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Originally Posted by BillyOcean
I would say this is an aspect of lack of appropriate healthcare

Very few chose to be homeless in any meaningful sense

They are generally mentally ill

Unless you count self-inflicted drug use as mentally ill, you're way off base


Why would anybody self-inflict anything harmful in the first place?

You're not too bright.


Ever hear of fast food?

You're not too bright.


He got you there Fecal


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Re: Is it time to start euthanizing the homeless? [Re: Coat Hanger] #2968274
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Originally Posted by BillyOcean
Originally Posted by casa_mugrienta
Originally Posted by BillyOcean
I used to walk through Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village every morning and see this homeless guy passed out on a bench with a bunch of empty mouthwash bottles surrounding him

Imagine being such an alcoholic that you’d drink 3 large bottles of listerine every day

Can’t really call that a choice


He has chosen addiction over sobriety.

Help does exist.

But many such people don't want to pay by the rules.


There are levels though

Some people really aren’t capable of “choosing” a better way or navigating the process to get help

For example, one of my kids is non verbal

If he wasn’t born into our family, I would say he’d have high odds of ending up homeless and would be unable to even ask for help

In those circumstances, it would be understandable for someone to get f’d up all of the time to escape the misery



That's where the state mental hospital should come into play.

People that for the most part are capable of functioning normally are the ones I'm referring to.

They have to choose sobriety over addiction.

This is true whether one falls into the "It's a disease" or "It's a choice" camps. Or a mix of both. You have to choose sobriety over addiction.


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Originally Posted by casa_mugrienta
Originally Posted by BillyOcean
I used to walk through Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village every morning and see this homeless guy passed out on a bench with a bunch of empty mouthwash bottles surrounding him

Imagine being such an alcoholic that you’d drink 3 large bottles of listerine every day

Can’t really call that a choice


He has chosen addiction over sobriety.

Help does exist.

But many such people don't want to pay by the rules.


Addiction is a choice!

Just like poverty.

Just pull yourself by the bootstraps you fvcking hobos and stop being addicted.

Our in-house medical expert has spoken.


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Originally Posted by casa_mugrienta
That's where the state mental hospital should come into play.


part of the homeless problem, state hospitals closing

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Honestly, most homeless are just lazy fvcks that took a few too many wrong turns.

They won't work, because they choose not to. I never see any homeless standing around the day labor pick up spots. But I see lots of them a block away at the Salvation Army rescue center.

I don't see too many of them buying some food at the grocery store, but i see lots of them sleeping in the park with a couple of 40 oz. empties laying near by.


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Originally Posted by stu dog
Originally Posted by casa_mugrienta
That's where the state mental hospital should come into play.


part of the homeless problem, state hospitals closing

Yes, that is a part. Try asking a street corner of homeless if they want to get in your truck, and pick avocados or strawberries for a day to see the bigger part of the problem.


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Originally Posted by BillyOcean
I used to walk through Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village every morning and see this homeless guy passed out on a bench with a bunch of empty mouthwash bottles surrounding him

Imagine being such an alcoholic that you’d drink 3 large bottles of listerine every day

Can’t really call that a choice

It started as a choice, and even in the worst depths of addiction it requires choices to stay clean

These people are only victims of themselves


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Originally Posted by FecalFace
Originally Posted by casa_mugrienta
Originally Posted by BillyOcean
I used to walk through Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village every morning and see this homeless guy passed out on a bench with a bunch of empty mouthwash bottles surrounding him

Imagine being such an alcoholic that you’d drink 3 large bottles of listerine every day

Can’t really call that a choice


He has chosen addiction over sobriety.

Help does exist.

But many such people don't want to pay by the rules.


Addiction is a choice!

Just like poverty.

Just pull yourself by the bootstraps you fvcking hobos and stop being addicted.

Our in-house medical expert has spoken.

Addiction is a choice. Drugs are expensive. Nobody accidentally fell into a pile of meth. The number of medical patients who got addicted to opiates, and their doctor would not help them get off is tiny. I've had surgeries. I've been given opiates. It is a choice to continue them after the prescription runs out, rather than saying doctor, I have a problem.

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Originally Posted by BillyOcean
I would say this is an aspect of lack of appropriate healthcare

Very few chose to be homeless in any meaningful sense

They are generally mentally ill


Yeah, people will complain about the cost of state run mental institutions but its not like there isn't currently a cost in the form of local police dealing with them, home owners and businesses cleaning trash, bodily fluids, needles etc.

They should just turn abandoned shopping malls and stadiums into homeless rescues where they can get free drugs and booze. Offer counseling if they want it. Maybe they'll turn it around, maybe not.

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Originally Posted by Phi1
Originally Posted by BillyOcean
I would say this is an aspect of lack of appropriate healthcare

Very few chose to be homeless in any meaningful sense

They are generally mentally ill


Yeah, people will complain about the cost of state run mental institutions but its not like there isn't currently a cost in the form of local police dealing with them, home owners and businesses cleaning trash, bodily fluids, needles etc.

They should just turn abandoned shopping malls and stadiums into homeless rescues where they can get free drugs and booze. Offer counseling if they want it. Maybe they'll turn it around, maybe not.


or now the cost of having to build new homeless housing. kind of a new replacement for state hospitals we should have kept funding. instead now there's a new tax and more bureaucracy added on top. it's not like the state couldn't afford it with our massive rainy day fund that hasn't been tapped since the financial meltdown when it started.

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