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SOCAL RESIDENTS OUTRAGED AS HOMELESSNESS CRISIS CONTINUES TO CRIPPLE THEIR NEIGHBORHOODS
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 77506613:MV80MDQyNDI0XzczMjI4MjE1X0U2N0NCMDJG] [quote:Order of the Dragon:MV80MDQyNDI0XzczMjI2MDU5XzY4RkQ5QTVE] I was working for UHaul this past Summer from home, and many calling in moving from California They told me then that California was not the same, and that I never wanted to come back there. They said there are homeless everywhere, human waste, clothes strung up to dry on strings, and complete craziness there I had a friend there, who was always an independent hard working woman, and then suddenly for years now, she just decided she would do nothing with her life at all, but live out of her car and on the street with the homeless, who she says are her real friends. She will NOT do anything to change her situation, she seems very happy and content living like this. Whatever Microchips are in them, have turned healthy hard working people into complete degenerates and happy about it. [/quote] In spite of all the claims of hardship, homeless lifestyle, free from any responsibility besides your bodily demands, is fairly easy. Round up the able bodied homeless and put them to work on labor camps repairing crumbling infrastructure in exchange for food and shelter. No work, no food. Eventually, a productive, self sustaining life will be very attractive to them. [/quote]
The homelessness crisis impacts many people in Southern California, and some are addressing the problem head-on as they look for solutions.
Many say the issue is encroaching on where they live, both in their surrounding neighborhood and near their home. Some of those residents say they're tired of dealing with the crisis first hand.
Rick and Robin Marcelli live in a townhouse in Sherman Oaks. They say the homeless crisis has gotten worse over the last year and a half.
"We've walked over needles on this very street. We've walked over human feces on this very street. This is Sherman Oaks. But I'm beginning to call it 'Skid Oaks,'" Rick Marcelli said.
Some incidents include the time a transient reportedly stood outside their front door waving a metal wrench, and a separate incident in which a homeless man was caught taking a bath in their complex's Jacuzzi.
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