So being stinky is not always well regarded, as two old guys found out in Bromley, London, and now the homeless population in Orange County, California know that too. And a lot more. City ordinances covering everything from smoking to sleeping pay out hefty fines for the population of 30,000 homeless in the area.
Wow, how about that, huh? Anybody want to just go down there with a truck, round all the homeless up and take them out to the desert like elderly random indigenous people? Oooo, or we could eat them, clearing up that whole hungry problem they seem to have, too. Better yet, and this is just a modest proposal, let's get them to work on the space shuttle and send them to the f*$@ing moon.
Sorry for my language, but this kind of passive aggressive bureaucratic crap is annoying at best and bordering on civil rights issues at worst. So you don't want homeless people in your town, fine, sure. How about starting programs to get them homes, you jerks? Seems starting altruistic programs would be better P.R. than creating some Demolition Man-esque dystopia where everyone needs to look good on television.
Law against smelling bad is among many Orange County ordinances targeting ...
San Jose Mercury News
The Newport Beach Public Library, nestled in a coastal city better known for its surfing and miles of wide beaches, recently updated a policy that says staff can evict someone for having poor hygiene or a strong aroma. The policy also bans lounging on ...
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