Does not make sense.
Twitter IS Facebook. Identical content, right down to all the pictures of babies and food. Twitter does feature a much crappier interface and you can do less with it, though.
Heck, half of people use one of the many programs out there to post the exact same post to both platforms simultaneously.
Oh no! Not the street rabble again! I say! Constable! Remove these ruffians at once! I must have my organic, locally-raised, vegan-friendly, shade-grown, bullshit-bullshit beets at once! Now hurry them along before one of them stains my freshly-pressed kid gloves and I lose a monocle!
Aww... Poor widdow bebes!
So, someone has a shit day. Maybe their dog died. Maybe their mom died. At any rate, they aren't feeling the 'blow sunshine up your ass' groove today. So suddenly, ALL the waiters, busboys, bartenders and whatnot in Portland are THE WORST EVER.
With assholes like you ordering from them, any wonder they are pissed?
Hey! Since you are such an expert, maybe you could... you know... go offer help? Instead of being an anonymous dickbag?
I'm there too, buddy. Shift is over at 6am. If anything were open then, I would totally buy a beer or two then. Instead I go to the store. Fun times buying a six pack at 6am...
Look, I already said I was sorry about yesterday. WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT FROM ME?
Excellent surface-level examination, dude! You sure took a second or two of thought on this subject!
Q: How do people pay for things like rent, mortgages, and food in this society? And how do they get this money? And if... just say... a major industry started moving that particular resource from here, where people could use it, to say, China, which is sort of nice for the Chinese people, but not so nice for the people here...
Q: Let's say that it isn't jobs. Let's say that there are enough jobs that everyone who wants to can work. McJobs for all. Then the question becomes: Who transitions people from off the streets into jobs? Where do they get the money to operate from?
Q: Let's buy into your lame-ass assumption that drugs are a cause, not a symptom of homelessness. What is it that makes people choose drugs in the first place? Are they just not as strong, moral, and Republican as you? All of them?
Q: If it's not the jobs, then why do homeless shelters overfill every time the economy takes a nose dive?
I'm sorry, Mr. Sick of the Homeless Advocates, but you are a soulless moron. Please work to rectify the latter, as I'm not sure that anything can be done about the former.
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