Wednesday, May 22, 2019

REAL LIFE: FLOODING HITS KANSAS CITY HOMELESS VILLAGE HARDEST!!!



This photo set is making it's way around the local Internets and it offers a reminder that KCMO homeless have been impacted by recent rains more than anyone else.

The social media question:

Who do you call about this?

Reality check . . .

RECENT RAINS FORCED KANSAS CITY HOMELESS TO CROWD URBAN CORE COFFEE SHOPS & FAST FOOD PLACES AS THIS COWTOWN STILL STRUGGLES TO FIND RESOURCES FOR THE GROWING NUMBER OF HOBOS!!!

Developing . . .

10 comments:

MorrisQuitaleg said...

If hosing down the homeless by the fire department does not make them leave then mother nature will.

Anonymous said...

You know what fuck them. Burning fires under bridges to impede traffic. Go have another brown bag round on the street car!

Anonymous said...

But sLIE said he eliminated homelessness.

Anonymous said...

The giant QT on WP road is taking them.

Anonymous said...

The fire department will hose them down and then deny it, chickenshits that they are.

Gopher Casey said...

Yeah lets devote more resources i.e. money, to these losers. That way they can do drugs, harass citizens and continue to create problems. The less we offer hobos the less of them we will have. Look at places like San Francisco or Denver where there are lots of services for them. I know most of the local yokels who read this blog probably have not traveled much but if you go to these cities, and others, certain parts of town are impossible to walk down the street literally because they are lined up and down the sidewalks, turning what used to be nice areas into little homeless shantytown encampments. So sign me up with 6:33. Fuck em.

Anonymous said...

I feel worse for people who actually pay for their houses and got flooded than some dudes living under a bridge

CovfefePot said...

Obviously KCMO's billion $$ smart sewer system predictably failed.

Anonymous said...

I just wish the homeless would stop littering.

-radish

Jonas said...

The bad thing here is that they pay $1200 month rent for these conditions!