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The Buzz of Liquor

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Sanctuary is coming!
Jesus is coming!
Sanctuary Jesus is coming!

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The Buzz of Liquor wrote:
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well, if the std epidemic keeps getting worse, the clean and sober long time, std free crowd might be homeless-it happened to me!! I saw 5 clean and sober long time std free in monterey also. If our society gets anymore drug addicted and infected- you might be homeless also.

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The Buzz of Liquor wrote:
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the cops are going to freak out when the 12+ year clean and sober crowd start going away.- It might happen!!

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The Buzz of Liquor wrote:
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For the sake of capitalism, extended stays at "sanctuary camp" should probably pay- but grace period's for newbies? I don't know how your going to keep zoonotic infections down and alcohol and drug use in check--I guess make a shack for the "head" honcho to police the place etc.? If the asian latino's show up, they'll be racial problems. Sanctuary camp probably won't work because of the asian latinos.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =GHs2coAzLJ8XX
Not cool putting a fascist vid on-- their are concerns about the "sanctuary camp" , but that does not make the concerns fascist.

1.trash-expensive,work etc.
2. zoonotic infections- from human or dog waste, urine jugs -meat ingestion-rat borne,mosquito borne,flea borne,skin infections-air bourne etc.etc.
3.perverts in bathrooms
4.rape
5.std infections
6.drug and alcohol addictions
7.theft
8.racial conflicts- violence
9. girlfriend squabbles etc.
10. prostitution
11.rodent infestation

All these have to do with the well being of the community and affects the community etc.--- the "camp" could not run for very long anyways-- even henry cowell and new brighton needs a "cool down" time to clear out zoonotic bourne ticks etc.- If we let people stay in "camp" environment for any amount of time past 6 months -we would not be doing them any favors.

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Who is going to flip for the trash bill?? Or the bathroom bills etc. etc.-- money does not grow on trees.-- we can barely afford showers and food alone let alone a "sanctuary camp"

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this is the best bet state wide--its capitalist and its plugged in to the sewer lines and can be subsidized to accommodate the homeless or needy etc. Generates are source of income to keep revenues incoming for operation.

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http://capsuleinn.com/
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ZOMBIE COMMUNIST wrote:
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ColbyLOON wants you to sit on his face and Fart!

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Sanctuary is coming wrote:
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If your implying that I'm "vichy" ??? I'm not , I can be when it comes to the dark judaic's , but no, not vichy.
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ZOMBIE COMMUNIST wrote:
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The Nipponese swear by these. Good suggestion Jeff. You are so smart.
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https://www.facebook.com/santacruzsanctuary
Endorsement letter (HaHaHa)
Business Plan (HaHaHaHaHa)
Event planning (HaHaHaHaHa HaHaHaHaHaHa)

Sun 12/4/2011, Brent Adams, Santa Cruz Sentinel, comments:
http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ci_19466011
"The real story is that people who weren't directly associated with the occupiers attended a party there late friday night and did much of the "damage." The occupiers worked vigilantly to keep the place in order but other folks came in while they held an "open house"."

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Sanctuary is coming wrote:
https://www.facebook.com/santa cruzsanctuary
Endorsement letter (HaHaHa)
Business Plan (HaHaHaHaHa)
Event planning (HaHaHaHaHa HaHaHaHaHaHa)
Sun 12/4/2011, Brent Adams, Santa Cruz Sentinel, comments:
http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ci_19466011
"The real story is that people who weren't directly associated with the occupiers attended a party there late friday night and did much of the "damage." The occupiers worked vigilantly to keep the place in order but other folks came in while they held an "open house"."
If we could move the "homelessness" back into a capitalistic venture- the homeless might get treated better?-- I think we are too socialist about homeless and foreign criminal interests got alot of the social services anyways-the socialist interests are really a "dead end" street for any community.
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Please help us establish a Sanctuary Camp by SIGNING and SHARING this petition.

http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/santa-cruz-s...

The idea of HOME is sacred.

We can all appreciate the value of our own place to lay ourselves down
and have a little peace as we rest and prepare to greet the day and the world outside.

Many among us don’t have this special restorative place, in fact, there are an estimated 1,500 people without a safe place to rest in the City of Santa Cruz, and another 1,500 people in the county. We, the undersigned believe there is a way to provide this to everyone—A Santa Cruz Sanctuary Camp, a designated area where people can rest, keep their things, build community, and find the support they need to rebuild their lives.
Well meaning citizens have assumed the local services would provide what these folks need, but over the past years we’ve seen that despite the many day services provided, 95% of homeless folks still fend for themselves out in the cold dark night as they sleep out in the open. Emergency shelter space can be a 2 month wait and many report that they are never admitted at all. Maximum bed space is enough for only 5% of the homeless population.
Consequently, most of our homeless population sleep out in the open, in bushes, in doorways, and in the woods in violation of the city ordinance which bans sleeping after 11 pm. This illegal camping exposes homeless people to inclement weather, violence and theft from others in the homeless community, harassment from vigilante groups, and scorn from the rest of the citizenry. Often the desperation one feels when sleeping out in the open exacerbates other existing conditions like mental illness and drug abuse. It is nearly impossible for someone who has become homeless to rebuild their life when forced to sleep in a bush and carry the last vestiges of their life in a backpack on their back.

Besides offering assistance to the county’s homeless population, a Sanctuary Camp would improve the city overall, reducing general vagrancy in residential, business and tourist areas, decreasing crime and police calls for homeless issues, and setting aside natural areas as places for recreation, not homeless encampments. Examples all over the country demonstrate that with Sanctuary Camps communities are safer and cleaner, and homeless people are better able to move up and out of homelessness.

Santa Cruz Sanctuary Camp proposes the establishment of a pilot camp of between 25 - 50 residents to demonstrate its effectiveness over the winter. This will require a 1 acre piece of land on city, county, private or church property. Additionally the camp will request a garbage dumpster emptied weekly. The camp will use 1 porta-potty per 20 persons. A list of rules will be enforced 24 hours a day at the gate staffed in rotating shifts by a Responsible Person and a Support Person with the support of an external Steering Committee. The camp will be bound by an Art Wall and and Entrance Portal. The camp will have good relations with local authorities, the media and the community at large.

We, the undersigned, encourage our city and county elected officials to allow the creation of a Sanctuary Camp and to form a partnership by allowing use of a small parcel of land and a dumpster service contract. This camp will cost very little, but will do so much..

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Aug 1, 2013
 
Movie star material wrote:
Please help us establish a Sanctuary Camp by SIGNING and SHARING this petition.
http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/santa-cruz-s...
The idea of HOME is sacred.
We can all appreciate the value of our own place to lay ourselves down
and have a little peace as we rest and prepare to greet the day and the world outside.
Many among us don’t have this special restorative place, in fact, there are an estimated 1,500 people without a safe place to rest in the City of Santa Cruz, and another 1,500 people in the county. We, the undersigned believe there is a way to provide this to everyone—A Santa Cruz Sanctuary Camp, a designated area where people can rest, keep their things, build community, and find the support they need to rebuild their lives.
Well meaning citizens have assumed the local services would provide what these folks need, but over the past years we’ve seen that despite the many day services provided, 95% of homeless folks still fend for themselves out in the cold dark night as they sleep out in the open. Emergency shelter space can be a 2 month wait and many report that they are never admitted at all. Maximum bed space is enough for only 5% of the homeless population.
Consequently, most of our homeless population sleep out in the open, in bushes, in doorways, and in the woods in violation of the city ordinance which bans sleeping after 11 pm. This illegal camping exposes homeless people to inclement weather, violence and theft from others in the homeless community, harassment from vigilante groups, and scorn from the rest of the citizenry. Often the desperation one feels when sleeping out in the open exacerbates other existing conditions like mental illness and drug abuse. It is nearly impossible for someone who has become homeless to rebuild their life when forced to sleep in a bush and carry the last vestiges of their life in a backpack on their back.
Besides offering assistance to the county’s homeless population, a Sanctuary Camp would improve the city overall, reducing general vagrancy in residential, business and tourist areas, decreasing crime and police calls for homeless issues, and setting aside natural areas as places for recreation, not homeless encampments. Examples all over the country demonstrate that with Sanctuary Camps communities are safer and cleaner, and homeless people are better able to move up and out of homelessness.
Santa Cruz Sanctuary Camp proposes the establishment of a pilot camp of between 25 - 50 residents to demonstrate its effectiveness over the winter. This will require a 1 acre piece of land on city, county, private or church property. Additionally the camp will request a garbage dumpster emptied weekly. The camp will use 1 porta-potty per 20 persons. A list of rules will be enforced 24 hours a day at the gate staffed in rotating shifts by a Responsible Person and a Support Person with the support of an external Steering Committee. The camp will be bound by an Art Wall and and Entrance Portal. The camp will have good relations with local authorities, the media and the community at large.
We, the undersigned, encourage our city and county elected officials to allow the creation of a Sanctuary Camp and to form a partnership by allowing use of a small parcel of land and a dumpster service contract. This camp will cost very little, but will do so much..
Their is a reason for people being homeless- using or "just out of the house" or mental illness- and communism interferes with the natural order--people have to sober up or learn how to survive without money and feed,act and clothe themselves-- your not doing them any favors by interfering in community action or housing them--the mental health aspect is a housing aspect.
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Movie star material wrote:
allow the creation of a Sanctuary Camp and to form a partnership by allowing use of a small parcel of land and a dumpster service contract. This camp will cost very little, but will do so much..
The only movie you will star in is the delusional one in your head.

You were delusional when you took over 75 River. You are delusional now.
WooF

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Aug 1, 2013
 
Not Movie star material wrote:
Please help us establish a Sanctuary Camp by SIGNING and SHARING this petition.
http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/santa-cruz-s...
The idea of HOME is sacred.
We can all appreciate the value of our own place to lay ourselves down
and have a little peace as we rest and prepare to greet the day and the world outside.
Many among us don’t have this special restorative place, in fact, there are an estimated 1,500 people without a safe place to rest in the City of Santa Cruz, and another 1,500 people in the county. We, the undersigned believe there is a way to provide this to everyone—A Santa Cruz Sanctuary Camp, a designated area where people can rest, keep their things, build community, and find the support they need to rebuild their lives.
Well meaning citizens have assumed the local services would provide what these folks need, but over the past years we’ve seen that despite the many day services provided, 95% of homeless folks still fend for themselves out in the cold dark night as they sleep out in the open. Emergency shelter space can be a 2 month wait and many report that they are never admitted at all. Maximum bed space is enough for only 5% of the homeless population.
Consequently, most of our homeless population sleep out in the open, in bushes, in doorways, and in the woods in violation of the city ordinance which bans sleeping after 11 pm. This illegal camping exposes homeless people to inclement weather, violence and theft from others in the homeless community, harassment from vigilante groups, and scorn from the rest of the citizenry. Often the desperation one feels when sleeping out in the open exacerbates other existing conditions like mental illness and drug abuse. It is nearly impossible for someone who has become homeless to rebuild their life when forced to sleep in a bush and carry the last vestiges of their life in a backpack on their back.
Besides offering assistance to the county’s homeless population, a Sanctuary Camp would improve the city overall, reducing general vagrancy in residential, business and tourist areas, decreasing crime and police calls for homeless issues, and setting aside natural areas as places for recreation, not homeless encampments. Examples all over the country demonstrate that with Sanctuary Camps communities are safer and cleaner, and homeless people are better able to move up and out of homelessness.
Santa Cruz Sanctuary Camp proposes the establishment of a pilot camp of between 25 - 50 residents to demonstrate its effectiveness over the winter. This will require a 1 acre piece of land on city, county, private or church property. Additionally the camp will request a garbage dumpster emptied weekly. The camp will use 1 porta-potty per 20 persons. A list of rules will be enforced 24 hours a day at the gate staffed in rotating shifts by a Responsible Person and a Support Person with the support of an external Steering Committee. The camp will be bound by an Art Wall and and Entrance Portal. The camp will have good relations with local authorities, the media and the community at large.
We, the undersigned, encourage our city and county elected officials to allow the creation of a Sanctuary Camp and to form a partnership by allowing use of a small parcel of land and a dumpster service contract. This camp will cost very little, but will do so much..
ColbyLOON, you'll be flushed in http://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/generic...

And good riddance!

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Movie star material wrote:
Please help us establish a Sanctuary Camp by SIGNING and SHARING this petition.
http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/santa-cruz-s...
The idea of HOME is sacred.
We can all appreciate the value of our own place to lay ourselves down
and have a little peace as we rest and prepare to greet the day and the world outside.
Many among us don’t have this special restorative place, in fact, there are an estimated 1,500 people without a safe place to rest in the City of Santa Cruz, and another 1,500 people in the county. We, the undersigned believe there is a way to provide this to everyone—A Santa Cruz Sanctuary Camp, a designated area where people can rest, keep their things, build community, and find the support they need to rebuild their lives.
Well meaning citizens have assumed the local services would provide what these folks need, but over the past years we’ve seen that despite the many day services provided, 95% of homeless folks still fend for themselves out in the cold dark night as they sleep out in the open. Emergency shelter space can be a 2 month wait and many report that they are never admitted at all. Maximum bed space is enough for only 5% of the homeless population.
Consequently, most of our homeless population sleep out in the open, in bushes, in doorways, and in the woods in violation of the city ordinance which bans sleeping after 11 pm. This illegal camping exposes homeless people to inclement weather, violence and theft from others in the homeless community, harassment from vigilante groups, and scorn from the rest of the citizenry. Often the desperation one feels when sleeping out in the open exacerbates other existing conditions like mental illness and drug abuse. It is nearly impossible for someone who has become homeless to rebuild their life when forced to sleep in a bush and carry the last vestiges of their life in a backpack on their back.
Besides offering assistance to the county’s homeless population, a Sanctuary Camp would improve the city overall, reducing general vagrancy in residential, business and tourist areas, decreasing crime and police calls for homeless issues, and setting aside natural areas as places for recreation, not homeless encampments. Examples all over the country demonstrate that with Sanctuary Camps communities are safer and cleaner, and homeless people are better able to move up and out of homelessness.
Santa Cruz Sanctuary Camp proposes the establishment of a pilot camp of between 25 - 50 residents to demonstrate its effectiveness over the winter. This will require a 1 acre piece of land on city, county, private or church property. Additionally the camp will request a garbage dumpster emptied weekly. The camp will use 1 porta-potty per 20 persons. A list of rules will be enforced 24 hours a day at the gate staffed in rotating shifts by a Responsible Person and a Support Person with the support of an external Steering Committee. The camp will be bound by an Art Wall and and Entrance Portal. The camp will have good relations with local authorities, the media and the community at large.
We, the undersigned, encourage our city and county elected officials to allow the creation of a Sanctuary Camp and to form a partnership by allowing use of a small parcel of land and a dumpster service contract. This camp will cost very little, but will do so much..
we need a 10$ a night capsule hotel that's all-then most of the 'homeless" headache will go away-like the mall sleep on crowd- and in my opinion the "island" group that goes in the tunnel so to speak- the capsule can be subsidized a little and can a profitable venture with other options. If the anti-asian crowd is concerned, the asians(not the latino ones) are pretty well off now anyways-if they wanted to they could take over anyways?

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Movie star material wrote:
Please help us establish a Sanctuary Camp by SIGNING and SHARING this petition.
http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/santa-cruz-s...
The idea of HOME is sacred.
we need a 10$ a night capsule hotel that's all-then most of the 'homeless" headache will go away-like the mall sleep on crowd- and in my opinion the "island" group that goes in the tunnel so to speak- the capsule can be subsidized a little and can a profitable venture with other options. If the anti-asian crowd is concerned, the asians(not the latino ones) are pretty well off now anyways-if they wanted to they could take over anyways?

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