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Bobby and Amanda Herring spent more than a year providing food to homeless people in downtown Houston every day. They fed them, left behind no trash and doled out warm meals peacefully without a single crime being committed, Bobby Herring said. That ended two weeks ago when the city shut down their "Feed a Friend" effort for lack of a permit. And city officials say the couple most likely will not be able to obtain one. "We don't really know what they want, we just think that they don't want us down there feeding people," said Bobby Herring, a Christian rapper who goes by the stage name Tre9.
Originally posted by robinmorningstar
I find this really abismal. I know people don't appreciate the homeless, but you'd be surprised at one goodness, charity and comraderie there is inside of that community. To target the efforts of good people and their much needed attempts of charity is simply evil.