A LITTLE MORE ACCOUNTABILITY, A LITTLE LESS ENABLING
By Max R. Weller
Read Boulder woman recovers dog stolen outside library as police seek two suspects in the Daily Camera. Quoting from the article:
Police searched the Boulder Creek Path, but did not find the dog. But [Boulder PD Sergeant Fred] Gerhardt said the owner — who was also searching — discovered the dog with the two suspects at the Bridge House homeless services center near Pine Street and Broadway three hours later.
As I’ve said many times, Bridge House is a Public Nuisance and it should be shut down.
What do you do during the day after partying and roaming the streets all night? See:
Woww, of Boulder, takes an afternoon nap in Central Park in downtown Boulder on Thursday afternoon. Boulder’s ban on camping in parks and other city property allows such napping, but prohibits people from sleeping with any kind of shelter or covering. (Ryan Gooding / For the Camera)
Self-styled homeless advocates in Boulder, CO are afflicted with a sense of inappropriate compassion due to ignorance, believing that all homeless people are warm and fuzzy but misunderstood. Darren O’Connor and others of his ilk are actively promoting the misbehavior of sociopaths. I’ve lived as a homeless man here for the past 7 1/2 years, and have NEVER slept in Central Park at any time. In fact, most of us who are homeless in Boulder have NEVER slept in Central Park at any time. “Woww” needs to get a clue, and move on down the road with the rest of the transients. O’Connor can leave with the bums.
Remember, these “fringe” candidates are helping the incumbent Boulder City Council members to gain re-election:
Are they grown-ups or 6-year-olds who have learned a new dirty word? Cha Cha Spinrad and fellow Froot Loops are seeking to get on the ballot.
The outdoor life is the best life for me:
That reminds me, I need a new tarp after last night’s rain leaked through the one I’m using now.
Tonight at my campsite: cheese and crackers.