Bussed Out: How America Moves it's Homeless (1 Viewer)

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Sep 6, 2018
Woodstock, NY
Doesn't surprise me. Rather then help out those that need help, a ticket to another city is apparently what the local [resident] population wants so they don't have to deal with the homeless. I will say, some homeless want to be homeless. I get that and agree. But the people who are homeless without a choice should have better treatment without the "get outta dodge" card played. And in all honesty, if a city gives a ticket to some dude and then bans them for life from said city, fuck them. That's complete bull shit.


May 30, 2018
Miami, FL
If one got a google voice number from a small town outside a big city, could we start our own voucher network of free bus tickets without making others suffer from abusing the system?

For example, a lot of the GV# area codes in major cities are taken but not those in outlying towns. If I got a number from a small desert town outside Los Angeles, could I vouch as a host for someone wanting a ticket to LA?


me, hellarity, oak, ca. about 2006
Oct 12, 2017
San Diego, CA
I'll be the first to admit that getting off the streets is probably the hardest thing I ever had to do in my life. Folx who say "some just choose homelessness" really don't understand the larger picture. It takes more than cash or a leg up from the shelter system... You need friends & luck to get off the streets.

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