Twitter is Angry Homeless People Can't Sleep on This Park Bench
I'm curious to see where the homeless fall when the new Pound for Pound Most Marginalized Rankings come out. Thanks to the #RESIST douches who decide what we get to see on Twitter, this park bench may help them crack the top five. It's another round of Left vs Left (see Drag Queens Banned from Pride Parade to Avoid Offending Transgenders and Women’s March Co-Chair Calls Starbucks Racist for Working with the ADL). Where being inclusive of the LGBTQEIEIO2+ is pitted against being exclusive of the homeless.
When you’re inclusive but still hate the poor. https://t.co/WB1kTuxXkb— Isaac Azuelos (@Isaac Azuelos)1526156262.0
Here are a few more (less ironic) examples of the same sort of exclusionary design from around my neighbourhood. Mo… https://t.co/RvvK8BH4Up— Isaac Azuelos (@Isaac Azuelos)1526263716.0
The complaint is that by designating specific seats on the bunch, homeless people can't sleep there. That's why you hate the poor. In case you were lost and had no idea what the heck that Isaac person was gibbering about.
You gotta STAY WOKE, fam!
@isaacazuelos @chrisFnicholson This is #Boulder https://t.co/dXah3TziOu— TheNeighborhoodCharacter™ (@TheNeighborhoodCharacter™)1526223884.0
@Lots47 @isaacazuelos @chrisFnicholson #hostiledesign https://t.co/glXJCLS8uR @stuartsemple The crime of designing… https://t.co/cDcljiQI8s— TheNeighborhoodCharacter™ (@TheNeighborhoodCharacter™)1526226431.0
"Unhoused humans." Do you feel wokeAF yet?
Park bench handles are not oppressive. It's where people put their forearms while sitting. Also, to keep people from invading your personal space. Airplanes have armrests too. Hardly oppressive.
I have a concept. Go to a shelter. Find a shower. Try to find work. Work toward NOT being homeless. Excuse me "Unhoused humans." Gotta update my leftist lexicon guidebook.
For you people bitching about park benches: you're beyond help. Find a stuffed toy and hold it close. It's the only friend you'll ever have.