PEOPLE ARE NUTS RIGHT NOW!

Customer #1 made appropriate eye contact, smiled appropriately and spoke with a polite but friendly tone as he whipped out his cxxk in the middle of the store.

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covid fever: stir crazy. enforced isolation followed by removal of expected conditions leads to irritation, frustration, and plain ol' "piss on it" attitude.

Things are not to be judged good or bad merely because the public think so. - Tacitus
@shoptastic wrote:

@iShop123 wrote:

If you look at the homeless populations (https://psydprograms.org/the-places-with-the-most-and-least-homelessness-in-america/), the top five are DC, NY, Hawaii, CA, OR. All places with huge drug problems and a high cost of living. I say take the billions that are being poured into programs and set up housing in one of those places that is LESS desirable. Why should a homeless drug addict be able to live on beachfront public property that a working person has no chance to afford?
A counter-argument is that they're not living a luxurious life by any means. Living in a tent - even along a beach - is not particularly nice I'd bet. A lack of one's own private restroom and being constantly insecure about one's safety and other random stuff from living that way isn't living it up.

I do understand the sentiment, though. I lived and worked in Irvine and my rent was $800/month (over a decade ago, so rates are much higher now probably) for a spare opposite-level condo bedroom with a newlywed couple. Newport Beach was next to me. I worked briefly there as well. I can see no way homeless Californians would be allowed to camp out at Newport Beach. There are too many wealthy residents and businesses and THAT would be an amazing view of the ocean. I used to drive to my job there and see one of the most gorgeous views you'd ever want with the ocean/beach on the horizon off the main road.

Yes, non-homeless cannot live at the beach if costs are too high, but they can visit the beach.

Not saying I agree or disagree...just that living in a tent on the beach still has its challenges and negatives.

It's huge issue at Newport Beach as well.
@SoCalMama wrote:

It's huge issue at Newport Beach as well.
If that's the case, CA has really changed since I lived there.

From the videos I've seen online, there are streets in some cities with block after block after block...of tents lined up next to each other. With luxury and high-end businesses in Newport, I'm definitely shocked policing hasn't been more aggressive.

That being said, if I had to be homeless, I'd probably want to be there as well. grinning smiley
Did you see the apparently real news where some guy pooped on Nancy Pelosi's driveway in San Francisco?

Things are not to be judged good or bad merely because the public think so. - Tacitus


Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/20/2020 08:48AM by Shop-et-al.
Well, he videoed himself doing it and posted it on the Internet. So I'm pretty sure you can drop the "alleged" part of that.
@kenasch wrote:

Is no one going to ask, was he at least wearing a mask?
Yes, he was. Unfortunately it was on his tiny penis so it kept falling off! ;-)
@Susan L. wrote:

He should have been wearing a diaper!
I have a male friend who wears an adult diaper as part of his job.,
@LuvsTraveling wrote:

Unfortunately it was on his tiny penis so it kept falling off! ;-)

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@LuvsTraveling wrote:

@Susan L. wrote:

He should have been wearing a diaper!
I have a male friend who wears an adult diaper as part of his job.,

Is he an astronaut?
@LuvsTraveling wrote:

@kenasch wrote:

Is no one going to ask, was he at least wearing a mask?
Yes, he was. Unfortunately it was on his tiny penis so it kept falling off! ;-)

The meat exceeded expectations in the way it was presented. Although in terms of volume there was less than expected.
Okay. This pandemic has clearly gotten to some of you. It might be time for a few of you to start looking for psychiatrist shops. winking smiley
@Alan-Texas wrote:

Okay. This pandemic has clearly gotten to some of you. It might be time for a few of you to start looking for psychiatrist shops. winking smiley

Or possibly attend a Chippendales show...lol!

"We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl -- year after year..."
@msimon-2000 wrote:

Or possibly attend a Chippendales show...lol!

***closes all the windows, shuts all the blinds, locks all the doors***

That's it. I'm done. I'll see you all in 2021. smiling smiley
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