T-REX LOVES BUMS

T-REX SO HAPPY. FOOLERTON APPROVE NEW EXPERIMENT FOR PERSONS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS. YOU SLEEP IN CAR AND THE CITY GIVE YOU PRESENTS. T-REX LOVE GIVING PRESENTS TO PERSONS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS.

T-REX HAVE IDEAS FOR WHERE TO PUT PARKING AND GIFT GIVING.

MAYBE RAYTHEON PARKING LOT. YUUUUUGE, NEXT TO JOBS AND TRAILS, NEXT TO NICE HOMES, GREAT PLACE TO PARK AND GIFT. BASTANCHURY PARK RIGHT NEXT DOOR, TOO.

RALPH B CLARK PARK HAVE YUUUUGE PARKING LOTS. LOTS OF DUCKS TO EAT. QUIET, PEACEFUL, BEAUTIFUL PLACE TO PARK AND GIFT.

MAYBE FOOLERTON USE CHURCHES ON EUUUUUUCLID. PERSONS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS GET A LITTLE JESUS BEFORE HITTING THE FULLERTON LOOP.

MAYBE MUCKENTHALER. IS CUTE PARKING, GET SOME CULTURE WITH PARK AND GIFT, NEXT TO ROADS AND BUS LINES. PERFECT PLACE FOR PERSONS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS.

T-REX THINK THAT WHERE EVER FOOLERTON PUT PEOPLE TO PARK AND SLEEP, THEY SHOULD BE CLOSE TO JENNIFER FITZGERALD. SHE SEEM SO EAGER TO AGREE TO IDEA, MAYBE THIS TIME SHE FINALLY PAY FOR ONE OF HER DECISIONS. T-REX THINK IT GREAT SHE VOLUNTEER HER NEIGHBORS FOR EXPERIMENT FOR PERSONS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS.

T-REX SO HAPPY. SO MANY NEW FRIENDS. THANK YOU JENNIFER FITZGERALD. THANK YOU FOR YOUR EXPERIMENT WITH PERSONS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS. WE HOPE YOUR NEIGHBORS HAPPY LIKE T-REX, TOO.

Fullerton City Council Jennifer Fitzgerald Setting The Bar Low

30 thoughts on “T-REX LOVES BUMS

  1. I think that passing out flyers of her address and her neighborhood would be a great idea. Let’s see if her neighbors tolerate that.

  2. Wow, talk about stoopid decisions. Wht could possibly go wrong. And if these maroons think they can dodge responsibility by leaving locations up to Dunn & Domer they are sadly mistaken.

    I do agree with T-Rex. Put ’em in next to Fitzflory in District 1.

  3. Congratulations Fullerton, you’re the first City in America to make it illegal to NOT sleep in your car overnight if it’s parked in a public place.

  4. The program is restricted to homeless with cars registered to an address in Fullerton.
    It complements other necessary efforts to combat the number of homeless on the street and MAY contribute to allowing enforcement of anti-camping laws.
    It gives these people some security and access to restrooms and that is relief that is unarguably needed.

    Also understand that currently the city cannot enforce anti-camping laws against the homeless unless there is sufficient housing. This is due to a settlement agreement overseen by Judge Carter.

    For those humans and dinosaurs complaining and bringing the snark, it behooves you to say what YOU would do given the settlement agreement and the scope of the increasing homeless problem.

    1. And the City also said this restriction would be enforced by the honor system. And even if they tried to enforce it for reals, it would likely be struck down.

      1. “And the City also said this restriction would be enforced by the honor system”

        It’s easy enough to validate. They run they plate, they can find who it is registered to.

        Maybe they won’t enforce it until someone pops their head up / causes trouble. Or the lot gets crowded. But I don’t see why they wouldn’t be allowed to enforce a parking restriction.

        1. I don’t care how easy is could be in theory for a normal person to validate. The Keystone Cops running the show will find a way to drop the ball. They always do.

    2. T-REX JUST SAY HE HAPPY TO HAVE NEW FRIENDS NEXT TO JENNIFER’S HOUSE.

      WHY YOU NO READ JOHN HOGERHUIS?

      YOU HAVE PROBLEM?

      1. Yeah I read it.

        Tiny brain, tiny argument. “If you love the homeless so much why don’t you have them all live at your house”.

        Ranks right up there with “If you want to pay more taxes just send a check.”

        1. DINOS ALL DEAD FOR LONG TIME. T-REX LOSE MANY FRIENDS WITH SMALL BRAINS.

          YOU CLEARLY SPECIAL KIND OF STUPID.

          WILL YOU BE T-REX FRIEND? T-REX CANNOT GIVE YOU HIGH FIVE CAUSE TINY ARMS.

          1. Imagine being a grown adult talking like Trex. Maybe because the person writing this story actually is a little slow in the head all the bloggers on this site seem to be missing a chromosome. I see that the adults in my city would rather cry online than actually bring these issues to light because they are all beta males who wouldn’t say any of this stuff in public.

            1. “I see that the adults in my city would rather cry online than actually bring these issues to light….”

              Just exactly how would you propose that the writers on this blog bring these issues to light? Speak before the city council? A number of the writers on this blog have done just that. Most of the time they are either ignored or openly insulted by our elected “public servants”. So they bring the issues to light by writing the blog posts that you see here on FFFF.

              So, Mr Just a Chad, what other means would you suggest that they use to bring these issues before the public? Please give us some specific examples of how they can make the public aware of what goes on behind the city curtain. Specific means of educating the public, not the usual ad hominem comments about the FFFF posters.

              We’re looking forward to your suggestions.

              1. It’s so funny how we are told to “bring issues to light” and help provide a solutioon, and yadda, yadda, yadda.

                If anybody in City Hall gave a damn about anything except their pensions they would have addressed even just one of the issues raised on this blog WHICH THEY ALL READ.

          2. I don’t get it. How can you type with those tiny arms? You’d have to lean over the keyboard so far your head would hit the table.

  5. Based upon my extensive experience contacting thousands of transients, at least 80% are from another state, and of the remaining 20%, maybe 5% of that are from the city in which they are homeless.

    When I would ask why they came to California, invariably they said, “Well, would you rather be homeless in (pick a state) or would you rather be homeless in California? They are attracted by, in order, 1. Weather 2. Generous government supplied benefits and generous public when panhandling 3. The fact that drugs that are felonies in other states with real jail time only get you a citation and occasionally a single night in jail here. Bottom line is it is easier to be homeless in California, especially southern California, than other places. This is counter-intuitive, because they could get a job in another state which didn’t pay a great deal but would still be enough to allow them to afford housing. Jobs that don’t pay a great deal won’t allow you to afford housing in most of California. You can eek out shelter, food and clothing on a couple of minimum wage jobs in other states, but not here.

    Call me a NIMBY, but make them go back to wherever they came from. Make mental health and addiction treatment mandatory (and widely available at no cost) for those true residents who need it in order to get benefits. Provide housing for those residents who are so mentally ill for which treatment does not bring them up to a level where they could function in a working environment.

    1. UCI did a study of the homeless in the OC ditch before they cleaned it out and sent them scattering. The vast majority of homeless were Californians who were employed or housed before they became homeless.

      1. What people say in an effort to obtain free temporary housing and what the truth is are two different things. I’ve had the benefit of viewing driver licenses, warrants and rap sheets. I stand by what I said. The people who did the study took statements without doing an investigation as to whether the claims of residence were true.

        1. The$$$ coming down from Sacramento is not to help the most deserving… (pockets of the agencies given the task of helping the homeless ) but to get the homeless off the streets. theyre not asking for a palace, just a secure place to sleep and store a few things. If you judge the “many” you will end up hurting the few that need it the most. Just allow the churches to provide a hot meal and give them a small secure place in a safe zone” and many of these people will get back on their feet, because they just need a little support and encouragement. The solution is not to beat them down but try to build them up. You can’t know thay you wouldnt be in the same circumstance given the same upbringing. The best vantage isn’t always from enforcement viewpoint because the people on the streets know that all the information they give can and possibly will be used against them.

          1. This 5-part series of well-written (but somewhat biased) articles from the LA Times perfectly depicts the problems with “housing first” strategies. They are unrealistic from the get go due to the high cost of land/housing/construction in the state as it is cost prohibitive anyway. Read *all* of the articles. If you don’t have a subscription (I do), use incognito mode and/or clear your browser history/cache/cookies so you can read the entire series. You are simply taking the problem indoors so it is less visible. Handouts don’t solve anything. https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-08-15/the-street-within-part-one-big-mama-neighbors-face-homelessness

  6. The shocking part is that these city council idiots are still in office. How in the world did we just roll over for their BS ideas? Why isn’t anyone actually fighting this at City Hall?

  7. If you live on the streets because you don’t have a place to stay you are homeless and I think we should offer services to the homeless. If you are homeless and do drugs in public, steal things, vandalize property and refuse help then you are a criminal and cops need to do their jobs and arrest these people. Stop making excuses and do the job we pay you to do.

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