03/26/98 - The local college is having
something called 'Homeless Awareness Week.' I'm happy to know that people
wish to understand this situation. Radio announced that the students will
be spending the night in a field in cardboard boxes. Is this a joke? What
do they expect these kids to learn by this experience? That you can use
a box instead of a tent? Can't they understand that this substance can
be found in any dumpster? That it is readily available for use when there
is no money. That it makes a great insulator between you and the ground
on cold nights. The only real way to teach anything on this subject is
to live the lifestyle. Lets take these kids to the Tenderloin of San Francisco
and allow the transvestites and queens to harass them while their waiting
for a free meal. Lets allow them to stay in a shelter, sleep on the floor,
and wonder if your going to wake up in the morning. Then maybe they will
understand a little.
It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood! The
sun is shinning and there's no rain in sight. I believe that I'll go enjoy
the weather for a while. Of course I like to lie out nude. In this area,
caution is necessary. The attitudes around here are 10 years behind the
times. Hopefully they will catch up one day. Don't peek now!
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