"'Street people' are severely marginalized. Prejudices are still ubiquitous. Once in the circle, it’s hard to get out. Many cities and communities either arrest homeless folks or just push them outta town (this is called passing the trash). Many places have no shelter or programs, other have just the bare minimum. Charity and humanity is in short supply. I know I’ll make it through (with some help), because I’m smart, very employable, and resilient. There’s sometimes very little hope for many of my brothers and sisters out here."
- django, 'Fear, Loathing And Homelessness In America', homelesstales.com, 5 Jan 2009.