This is one of those statistical assertions that you know is BS before you even set out to show it's BS. If you just live here and go around with your eyes open you know it's BS. Sure enough, it's BS!Click to see what he's talking about. It's BS.
I hope there’s not a lot of time that’s going to dickering over just how bad the homeless problem is, as if it’s somehow minimal enough that it doesn’t really need to be discussed. Yeah, the guy used wildly exaggerated stats, but that doesn’t make the issue irrelevant. Does it?
Interesting the timing of the subject. Mrs. noternie and I were just having a discussion last week about “doubling up.” She said she’s run into/heard about a lot of families moving in with the previous generation (three generation households). It’s mostly for economic reasons, but they also find a benefit out of getting help with care when it’s needed for the younger or older generations.
She mentioned it because I told her how I’ve noticed a few houses that seem to have waaaay too many cars parked at them at hours when there’s clearly no party or carpool going on. Interesting juxtaposition that one of them was almost directly across the street from another house that is clearly empty, I assume from foreclosure.