Healthy Plaza Initiative?

Just thought I’d open this up for discussion – let you folks do all the work.

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28 Responses to “Healthy Plaza Initiative?”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    How about we pour bleach on the streetcorners until the dirty bums go away?

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Get rid of the violent homeless people who threaten me when I don’t give them any change. I’m serious, it has happened to me more than a few times.

    One evening, back in early-September, this man laying down in front of a shop next to Don’s Donuts shouted at me for a handout. When I tried to ignore him, he followed me, calling me a cunt and a whore, threatening to “beat on me”.

    I’m too afraid to go down there anymore, even with friends.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Socialism will not work, why should anyone work for someone else? Capitalism may be the key but it requires hard work.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    A few comments:

    Arguments about the economic system that’s “best” aside… for it to work, capitalism requires a certain percentage of unemployed folk. Remember that you have because they do not & vice versa. The houseless who are living this way out of choice are often making a statement about this & other politics.

    Please don’t judge every person you meet by what one or two you’ve encountered (or, worse, have only heard stories about) have done.

    Housed people can certainly have the same mental and/or drug/alcohol issues that some street people do. They only have the advantage of walls that serve to hide it better.

    I am a single female, & when I was houseless, I was a little apprehensive of certain other street folks. Natural street smarts from growing up in a city. But honestly, I have been more afraid of the people & policies that keep rights from human beings who happen to not pay rent or mortgages for whatever reason. And I know quite a few people who are houseless because they are running from much scarier (home) situations… like abuse.

    Thanks for having this forum here. You are providing a great service to your community.

  5. Homer Johnson Says:

    Healthy Plaza is a cover for letting University goons with state police badges run loose and trample on local laws. Rollin Richmond already says he won’t enforce state law Proposition 215, so you better put that joint away before Strumpenfuhrer Dewey comes knocking, even if you are a terminally ill cancer patient.

  6. Nick Bravo Says:

    Exactly what is this initiative???

  7. Anonymous Says:

    Homer Johnson said…

    Healthy Plaza is a cover for letting University goons with state police badges run loose and trample on local laws. Rollin Richmond already says he won’t enforce state law Proposition 215, so you better put that joint away before Strumpenfuhrer Dewey comes knocking, even if you are a terminally ill cancer patient.

    I’m sure the two people who really really really pot will be able to smoke it. You do know that the cancer patients really hate all the other potsmokers with prop215 cards out there for bullshit reasons, and Ken Miller is a foul word to most of them.

  8. Rubix Says:

    cancer patients really hate all the other potsmokers with prop215 cards out there

    That’s bullshit. And saying there are only two people who “really” need medical pot is ridiculous.

    Give me a break…bunch of pissed off cancer patients cause they’re not the only ones toking with the blessing of the state. Right.

  9. Anonymous Says:

    Rubix, you are a fucking moron. You haven’t a fucking clue, so shut your fucking cunt hole and listen the fuck up. You have NO FUCKING IDEA how many people “need” pot, nor do you have any fucking IDEA AT FUCKING ALL if cancer patients like or dislike the frauds using pot because they bought a card from KEN FUCKING MILLER.

    Shut the FUCK UP unless you have a motherfucking IDEA.

  10. Anonymous Says:

    Wow! This website is great – just like being on the plaza. Cunt hole? Lovely. Have some meth with your comments?

  11. Anonymous Says:

    Richmond already says he won’t enforce state law Proposition 215 … even if you are a terminally ill cancer patient.

    Yeah, you get a lot of termianlly ill cancer patients in college.

  12. Proud Stoop Pooper Says:

    Let’s all break out our Nazi signs again the next time they try building a public toilet! We like pooping in alleys and on doorsteps. Why do you think we chose this lifestyle? Poop rights! Poop rights! Don’t shove a public restroom and wash basin at us! We don’t want it! Take your SS and go home you damn Nazis!

  13. Anonymous Says:

    Yeah, if we were really Nazis, you’d all be dead now and your ashes would be in the soil to help plants grow. Just because we don’t want to support your lifestyle CHOICE does not make us Nazis.

    So choose something else.

  14. Duncan Campbell Says:

    Jesus ‘healed using cannabis’

    Duncan Campbell in Los Angeles
    Monday January 6, 2003
    The Guardian

    Jesus was almost certainly a cannabis user and an early proponent of the
    medicinal properties of the drug, according to a study of scriptural
    texts published this month. The study suggests that Jesus and his
    disciples used the drug to carry out miraculous healings.

    The anointing oil used by Jesus and his disciples contained an
    ingredient called kaneh-bosem which has since been identified as
    cannabis extract, according to an article by Chris Bennett in the drugs
    magazine, High Times, entitled Was Jesus a Stoner? The incense used by
    Jesus in ceremonies also contained a cannabis extract, suggests Mr
    Bennett, who quotes scholars to back his claims.

    “There can be little doubt about a role for cannabis in Judaic
    religion,” Carl Ruck, professor of classical mythology at Boston
    University said.

    Referring to the existence of cannabis in anointing oils used in
    ceremonies, he added: “Obviously the easy availability and
    long-established tradition of cannabis in early Judaism _ would
    inevitably have included it in the [Christian] mixtures.”

    Mr Bennett suggests those anointed with the oils used by Jesus were
    “literally drenched in this potent mixture _ Although most modern people
    choose to smoke or eat pot, when its active ingredients are transferred
    into an oil-based carrier, it can also be absorbed through the skin”.

    Quoting the New Testament, Mr Bennett argues that Jesus anointed his
    disciples with the oil and encouraged them to do the same with other
    followers. This could have been responsible for healing eye and skin
    diseases referred to in the Gospels.

    “If cannabis was one of the main ingredients of the ancient anointing
    oil _ and receiving this oil is what made Jesus the Christ and his
    followers Christians, then persecuting those who use cannabis could be
    considered anti-Christ,” Mr Bennett concludes.

  15. Anonymous Says:

    I don’t think the dirt weed jesus used was quite as powerful as Trainwreak.

  16. Captain Future Says:

    In fact, I know of a terminally ill cancer patient who is an HSU student. I suspect there is more than one.

  17. Nick Bravo Says:

    Free the Weed!!

  18. Anonymous Says:

    Then why is he taking up space as HSU? He’s gonna die, he shouldn’t be wasting HSU’s time, or the governments money this way. What an asshole he is.


    Captain Future said…

    In fact, I know of a terminally ill cancer patient who is an HSU student. I suspect there is more than one.

  19. Nick Bravo Says:

    May you burn in the hottest fires of Hades for that idiotic comment you DUMB sonofabitch!

  20. .:/\r0n:. Says:

    How often does this get checked?

  21. Anonymous Says:

    I’m an atheist Nick. Enjoy an eternity of nonexistence, bwahahahahaha!

  22. Nick Bravo Says:

    Nonexistence is the cowards way out. If you simply cease to exist then nothing matters and you may as well slaughter every living thing on the planet because this incarnation is the only place you’ll have any fun.

  23. Anonymous Says:

    I’m glad you are shooting blanks Bravo, with no chance to make babies you worthless loser. I think you should go out and end your worthless life, you leech on the human race.

  24. Bilbo Says:

    What a wonderful outlook on life. Not. If there is no god, we must act like animals, slaughtering everyone we see??? Not.

    See, from an atheist’s perspective, your “laws of god” were written by man. Atheism is an inspiration. We have the ability to create heaven on earth, if it weren’t for all the people who prefer slaughtering instead.

  25. Nick Bravo Says:

    If there is no god then how does one account for the need of some humans to make themselves god by destroying other people? Why then is it we choose hell over heaven?

  26. Anonymous Says:

    Huh? Your first question assumes an erroneous position. No one makes themselves a god by killing another person. As for your second question, uhhh, an atheist doesn’t believe in heaven or hell, so he/she is not choosing one or the other. If you want to torment yourself with such beliefs, by all means, go ahead. Myself? I live a peaceful, blissful life without superstition.

  27. Anonymous Says:

    I addressed your questions Nick, but apparently the forum moderator hates atheists.

  28. tad Says:

    Hey Nick, peace be with you. Don’t let the idiots suck you in. If you believe in righteousness – and that is as good as god, or atheist, or any damn thing else we each call that which is part of us, then you, and only you, can be the judge of whether your righteous. Stop! Look! and Think before you cross the street my friend, or any thing else you do.

    Love eternal
    tad

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