posted on Jul, 12 2013 @ 06:43 PM
Originally posted by goou111
This guy got permission to stay in his camp. He should be grateful.
He should be grateful because they let him sleep outside? What kind of world do we live in where you should be grateful to have permission to sleep on
the ground ouside
edit on 12-7-2013 by goou111 because: (no reason given)
We should ask them all to come to your house then? While you are at work they can sleep on your couch, eat your food and watch TV? You'd be surprised
what homeless people want. For the most part they just want to be left alone. Permission to camp somewhere without being fined for trespassing is a
homeless persons dream.
Living in your civilized world is a crime to them. 4 walls, rent, a slavish existence to the state.
Don't take this the wrong way, I don't know anything about this one guy. Just speaking from experience. Most people I knew that society scourges
upon were free souls, they didn't ask anybody for anything. They worked harder than just about anybody just to survive. But they would rather have
that than "three hots and a cot" any day.
Of course you would have to live amongst them to know them and know that.
It sounds like these officers were doing the only thing they could, keeping an eye on the guy at night to make sure he didn't go out robbing. They
didn't sentence him to living out doors, thats what he wanted is my guess.