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On several occasions, Killaine had watched as exquisitely dressed patrons of the Taft — with their jewels and furs and obscenely priced dinner jackets — stood along the large windows and stared at the shabby homeless people who roamed the other side of the street.
But as it got lighter, and we saw all the homeless people around, Jared and I realized that our masters would not be safe here when all the homeless people who lived under the bridge noticed the tarps and our delicate youth or smelled my Gummi Bears and came after us.
There were lots of homeless people and drifters in this part of New Orleans.
Here, high above the City — well, actually, we're about ten feet above some homeless people who live under the bridge — I feel like the guardian of an ancient tomb, willing to face any attacker to protect my master and mistress, who are wrapped in tarps, lying on the next beam or rafter or whatever.