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    • In Waterloo, Ontario there’s a statue depicting a homeless man sleeping on a bench. At the same time, these motherfuckers put bars on benches so homeless people can’t sleep. Prob the most brazen hypocrisy I’ve ever seen.
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    • Hostile architecture is pretty common in my city too. Sometimes me and a few friends will go out with wrenches and take of the metal bars they bolt on park benches to keep people from sleeping on them
      Einzige a month
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    • If you see a bench with an anti homeless bar on it then do your part, and break it. They aren’t hard with proper tools. If you see any anti homeless architecture then you should try and do something about it if you can.
      Goys a month
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    • Yah i dont want homeless people living outside my door sorry bro spikes it is
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    • Everyone is quick to say help not harm, but I bet most of them are the same people that see a homeless person and look away or say gross I don’t want to see homeless people out here. This is bullshit and I support what the cities do. you’re never without help, just depends how stubborn you are.
      Meanbean13 a month
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    • Idk if it's the right thing to do but making spikes is actually much much cheaper than the maintenance costs when you let homeless stay. Many of them are destructive and break windows and benchs. Hostile architecture also greatly decreases drug trafficking. Its a harder problem than ppl think
      _Karbon_ a month
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    • I side with the spikes. I wouldn't want homeless people sleeping in front of my business or on my park benches. It looks bad and drives people away
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    • To be fair some of the homeless people just don't wanna make themselves better
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    • “Why don’t they just donate to the homeless to solve the issue?”. Sounds good, doesn’t work. Most homeless people are homeless by choice. Also areas where the homeless aren’t given any programs have less homeless. Giving them money will just make more homeless people go to that area
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    • Real question, why should people support others who do zero contribution to society?
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    • A majority of homeless people dont seek shelters because they dont allow drugs or alcohol. That's when homelessness becomes a choice and my sympathy ends.
      Pactastic a month
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    • You say that until you're a business owner and you have bums sleeping in front of your business doors scaring off your customers, IE your income.
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    • Why don’t people work , stop saying donate to them they can easily go and get a fucking JOB instead of begging , if they have a disability they should get a monthly pension or somthing dam
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    • I could guve a homeless man 200 bucks and he could go buy nee cloths new shoes get cleaned up..... but, he will instead most likely go buy alcohol, drugs and waste it. I have no sympathy for the homeless becuase they decided not to try anymore.
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    • What about getting a job?
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    • But you're forgetting that like 90 percent of the homeless people are/were criminals, junkies, etc. Kinda their fault. Dont take stupid risks with money.
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    • But it's much MUCH more cost effective to put some concrete spikes in a couple places than it is to try and fix the endless money pit that is the homeless population. Corporations don't owe them anything, they don't bring in any revenue, and they drive away would be customers.
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    • Its not heartbreaking, the fuck? Do you blame people/businesses for not wanting people to right in front of their doors? Also those spikes barely cost anything, if anything theyre keeping people safe.
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    • Not saying all, but most homeless people are homeless because they don't want to help themselves.
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    • The homeless hurt business, corporations pay money to make the areas around them unpleasant for the homeless. The cost difference between "normal" and "anti homless" architecture is minimal and the one time expenses is MUCH less than it would actually take to end homelessness
      EXcustodian a month
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    • In addition to this, even homeless shelters run out of space and they have no where else to go other than the street which they are still turned away from.
      Reesepups a month
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    • Literally, GIVE THEM HOMES
      Sedonia a month
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    • Maybe it'll motivate them to look for work instead of camping out on sidewalks & streets expecting people to turn a blind eye to the fact that they aren't really making any effort to fix their situation & just want to get things handed to them. I'm sure there are exceptions but you get my point.
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    • all these people ready to judge real quick... why dont yll go offer your own backyard or home to them since ur all so good?... oh you dont want the homeless people in your house either?... the spikes are a one time cost and having homeless people around ur shop is bad for business...
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    • I live in a town in California that has the worst homeless problem in the state. Towns literally ship their homeless to us and our city does nothing about it. None of them on record are veterans, they’re all drug addicts who take over our streets and fuck up old ladies. Fuck the homeless
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    • Most homeless people are homeless for a reason
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    • I've said this on other posts and I'll say it again. All of you are complaining about what the government and whoever else are doing and yet do you do anything yourselves? I get some of you are kids. Got it. But what about everyone else? I feed a different homeless vet every night. So I'll talk shit
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    • Forget the fact that many homeless refuse to go to shelters because they prevent usage of drugs and alcohol.
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    • Homeless people have ruined San Francisco. They tried the “compassionate” rout and it made things worse. Tough love is the way to go
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    • I offer to buy homeless people a meal or buy them clothes or a blanket and they say no almost every time they just want drug or booze money, they are homeless for a reason
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    • You'd think differently if you were a business owner & had to pressure wash your front door every day because someone would get drunk every night and pee and poop in that spot. Worked security many years & would keep the homeless safe in the underpass while they slept but they are far from innocent.
      TofuChicken a month
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    • Well companies have a right to do whatever they want with their property. If you want to actually make a difference, stop complaining on the internet and go volunteer at a local homeless shelter, or the many charity organizations.
      FBI_GUYS a month
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    • Idk I work at a grocery store and all the homeless people do here is pan handle for money then come in and buy liquor
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    • Corporations spend 600$ to keep a methed up STD infected degenerate away from paying customers. Stupid ass liberals “why didn’t you build them a house 😭 “
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    • I don’t want homeless people all around my place. I support defensive architecture and I’m glad my tax dollars are going to it.
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    • I wouldn't want some homeless dude sleeping outside my business.
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    • Shut up they could put all their money into homeless shelter and homeless junkies would still sleep outside
      bjorned a month
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    • Ummmm Its called property rights.... If i dont want crackheads sleeping outside my starbucks scaring away my customers ill put some fuckin spikes down
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    • Imagine being such a retard that you think private people and companies should solve public problems
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    • Well if you owned a business you wouldn’t want someone sleeping outside your storefront either because that discourages people from going inside
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    • I've been homeless. Shitty run of events had my mom, sisters and I homeless for a period. I'll save you the majority of how it sucked but I got us into a shelter, found a job close by and got an apartment for us. There are ways out of homelessness if you're willing to struggle and try. That's all.
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    • All of the people who are supposedly sympathetic to the homeless. Ask this question to yourself. Would you let any homeless person just set up shop outside of your house. The answer is no so stop telling hard working business owners to do that with their property.
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    • I mean if you had a restaurant would you want a homeless person sleeping in front of it?
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    • Did you know scientists have proven that those spikes and benchess will not hurt or cause you discomfort if you sleep somewere else.
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    • Nobody wants people begging for money outside their place of business. Also spikes are cheaper to install than a fuckin homeless shelter
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    • There are shelters and centers for homeless people to go to. Homeless people can be unpredictable. If keeping them off the streets, for the common persons safety as well as their own, then so be it.
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    • The only problem is there is not enough spikes.
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    • Are you guys dumbasses? Live in Portland or Seattle for a week and you will see how fuckin dirty it is. Everywhere you look is feces or needles. They litter everywhere too. Put up more spikes
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    • I think it's important to make it difficult for the homeless to be homeless. I was homeless for a couple months and the rough conditions forced me to find a way out of it. Seriously. Figure it out. If you are on a corner holding a sign, why can't you be out on a corner SPINNING a sign as a job.
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    • City spends money on homeless shelters and welfare programs... homeless people: *dont use them* city then spends money on things to get homeless people of the street... 14 yearolds on tumblr: "muh SoCIeTy"
      mrdestiny17 a month
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    • It’s like being offended you lock your car door when criminals exist. Homeless aren’t entitled to anything.
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    • I have a lock on my door because I don’t want the homeless walking around in my house. Same thing. I don’t see these people taking in anyone off the street. Speak for yourselves, hypocrites
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    • Homeless people are just lazy fucks who gave up on life, why should I feel sorry for them when I have to go and bust my ass working to provide for my kids? I refuse to care or help homeless people just like they refuse to get a job or actually try.
      elguapo559 a month
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    • I am serious when I say this boo fucking hoo you think if they give some shelter 2000 dollars that would solve thier issue of some guy sleeping out in front of thier shop imagine you work hard your whole life to start your own business and pay thousands to lease a building for some bum to fuck it up
      gunner440 a month
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    • Ok look I agree we shouldn’t be so cold to other human beings but if a private business chooses to do this then that’s their choice. Also the spikes under the bridge have a good purpose and that’s to stop homeless from crossing the street and getting hurt or even killed
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    • You have a right to put homeless person repellent architecture on your property. Change my mind.
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    • Idk about y’all but if a ton of homeless people were sitting outside my business and begging people for money as they came in meaning they are driving off my customers, I’d put tucking spikes too
      ChrisAyy a month
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    • Having a homeless person sleep on your doorstep is bad for business. Adding spikes is a hell of a lot cheaper than buying him a house and having another homeless person move into your now vacant doorstep. Yes they could donate to a shelter but it does not fix the immediate problem.
      FadingLight a month
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    • Sorry, but idc how poor you are, you arent hanging out on my property without me doing something about it
      Billy817 a month
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    • "Boo hoo the homeless druggies can't sleep where they're not supposed to!" Cry me a river.
      Daddy_Death a month
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    • It’s a great idea tbh. Stop giving handouts to the lazy or druggies and force them to take accountability of themselves. Look for a job not a handout. They are homeless because of their choices and shouldn’t receive any special treatment or funding.
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    • Can’t help people that don’t want to help themselves
      3rst a month
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    • Maybe one wouldn’t be so quick to judge if you experienced the homeless in San Fran or LA. Needles and feces errywhere.
      bynch a month
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    • I have never met a homeless person who was not almost entirely at fault for there situation so I feel very little sadness for them. Not only is it easy to get a job but there are many gov programs to help you out of difficult situations.
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    • Destroy the spikes. Commit espionage. Burn the rich fucks responsible or bring out the guillotine
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    • A homeless guy pretending to sleep out in front of my girlfriends cousins house today and almost killed her. 95% of Homeless people are hopeless drig addicts and they need to be forcefully helped or expelled away from potential victims
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    • While ignoring the poor completely is wrong, I do agree that it shouldn’t be the corporate businesses responsibility to give the poor community a home I mean they worked hard for the businesses that they are constantly maintaining today
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    • Major cities in California are littered with literal shit and used syringes. There’s definitely good homeless people out there, but you’re outright naïve if you cannot see why this is done for public safety.
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    • Yeah, you'd put spikes up once you see the mounds of trash they fucking liter. People wouldnt come inside my shop because of gross ass homless dude getting fucked up outside my shop.
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    • Wow working hard for a living must be so damn hard. And boohoo I'm too lazy to go to a homeless shelter and now the government wont let me be an eyesore to the rest of the world.
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    • I smell some commie fuckery
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    • Oh yes you are so right, the owners of buildings and businesses should let its value be ruined because homeless people need a place to sleep. Because potential customers or clients wont be deterred by homeless people sleeping infront of your store/business
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    • Everyone complaining does not live in a city. Downtown is so packed with homeless they need to forcibly be put into shelters or psych-wards. It's horrible in most cities. Most homeless are homeless on purpose.
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    • I run a business and homeless people are the most annoying thing that I deal with. They linger around bothering my customers asking for money and cigarettes. People don’t feel safe around them and they are a bad image. Not to mention they steal anything left unattended.
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    • Actually, it’s to kick out ‘professional homeless’ who are people who are okay with living on the streets. Where I am, there are plenty of programs to help the homeless, and it goes to show there’s really no excuse for homelessness
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    • Fuck that if i had a Business I wouldn’t want no drugged up bum sleeping out side fuck them
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    • Honestly its not the governments responsibility to take care of the homeless(to an extent), they cant have bus stops that have homeless people sleeping on the benches, thats not their purpose, so they implement these architectures that give these people a reason to fix THEIR life
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    • The two homeless guys in my town turned down both a free house and job just to drink more alcohol in the streets so I really don't feel bad for them when something bad happens to them.
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    • The homeless are vermin drug addicts. If you are so worried about the homeless open your doors to them and let them do drugs in your house.
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    • Its almost like motivation to get a job
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    • Then hey by all means all u judgemental jackasses can open up ur homes and let the homeless live with u instead of bitching about wat companys do to stop them from leaving there shit all over private property and if u dont open up ur homes and backyards to random homeless then stfu
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    • You know, a lot of people are homeless by choice believe it or not. Met a lot of those crazy bastards let me tell you. They don’t want to be part of the system.
      arbellason a month
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    • I don't really see a problem with this. If I have a business, I don't want homeless people sleeping in front of my door where they can deter customers from coming in. I get where everyone is coming from but I don't think letting homeless people sleep where ever they want is fair either.
      StankNacho a month
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    • This isn't tragic, you guys understand why they are homeless right? I might be sounding like an ass but seriously, there are tons of jobs that are accepting anyone. They don't pay well but it's something to get you started. Homeless people are lazy, homeless people NEVER have to be in that situation
      SokolKozlov a month
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    • Everybody bitches about how horrible people are for doing this but in San Francisco where they have tons of programs to reform homelessness, its actually drastically increasing...and people are shitting in the streets
      fukwit a month
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    • The homeless are scumbags. They leave garbage everywhere. They piss and shit in the streets and get in peoples faces. There’s a reason they don’t want them in the cities. There’s PLENTY of assistance out there. There’s a reason that some people are homeless.
      itsmesamm a month
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    • Reality check liberals. About 80% of the homeless population isn't that way because "they dont have chances or choices". They are homeless because they can be fucked up on whatever they can get, and there are kindhearted naive people like yall who will bend over backwards to give them free shit.
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    • Stupid. The homeless negatively impact business and leisure of the non homeless. I don't blame businesses for protecting their assets.
      redhedraz a month
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    • If a homeless person was sleeping on your porch, leaving needles and feces around would you donate to homeless shelters or do something else to make them go away?
      vexinrd357 a month
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    • A lot of shelters have drug free requirements to be met and a lot of homeless are druggies so they wont seek out the free help because that means that have to be sober. I'm all for this. Halfway house have the same requirements. If they dont like it they can take there tents to the woods.
      mikedog a month
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    • I live in North Dakota and 99% of homeless people are methed out 30 year olds who have done nothing to benefit society. Every now and again i’ll see a homeless veteran sitting next to the meth heads and EVERYONE gives the vet money and none to the addicts and that warms my heart
      Chucklesome a month
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    • The unfortunate truth is that often times they choose not to go to the shelters, even if there is room, a bed, and free food. Most shelters require that they be sober when they enter and for the duration they are there they stay sober, and so many choose to leave.
      munchmuffin a month
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    • Wow imagine being mad that corporations don’t want their beautiful expensive parks and bridges to become druggie spots and littered by crazy homeless
      meme_vault a month
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    • Y'all just a bunch of entitled pussies. The reason they're homeless is they're too incompetent to get a fucking job. This world has always been survival of the fittest and its easier now to survive as a human than ever before. We let the weak, the useless parasites leech on the strong, everyone dies
      SandAss a month
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    • I work in commercial holdings, I help when I can but I’m really fucking tired of having to call the cops once a week to evict the squatters that build a shanty behind my trash enclosure, shit all over the landscaping and leave needles and shit lying around. I get the notion but yeah fuck outa here
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    • If I owned a business you bet your ass I’d put spikes on the stoop.
      punani98 a month
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    • Unpopular opinion: I have no problem with this. A big issue is that charities and shelters are not properly implemented and not utilized by those that are homeless.
      rage1238 a month
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    • They did a reader h study where they have a homeless man $10,000, a suit, and cleaned him up. After a few months he was right back where he started. Not everyone is capable of holding their lives together no matter how much people help. Education does more than funding.
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    • Want to solve a lot of the homeless problems, stop letting illegals use up all the resources that legal homeless Americans should be using
      Thrano a month
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