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Kinda-sorta hurts when you’re forced to stand up and declare “one of us” has been a bad guy. People always love to step to the window and say “He’s one of us” when a member of their group is the hero. Does something good or unique. “That’s one of our guys.” It’s a “pride thing” and we all do it.
Where it takes character is to follow that tradition when “one of us” is a sleazebag. That’s what I’m doing now. As you’re only too well aware, I continuously point out to you how most of “us” , the homeless, are pretty darned good people. That’s because we are, despite our circumstances.
I checked the records and it appears most of “you”, the “homed”, also make mistakes. Have your weak moments. Do nasty things on occasion. Still, by and large, “you folks” are all good people. Same holds true for us and it’s an even smaller percentage, meaning there’s a much lesser portion of “us” who “go bad” than there is of “your” group.
That much aside, they caught the creep who’d been terrorizing people driving in San Diego on the 163 highway. It’s a homeless guy. What can I say? The rest of us will try our very best to make it up to you. We’ll do it when we also try to “make nice with you” so we can hopefully be forgiven for all the things we didn’t do in the first place that get us on your “hate lists”.
Here’s the article: Previous incident, video led to arrest in Route 163 shootings
I’m just sayin’.
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