Thursday, June 5, 2008

The problem with the homeless on the subway

If, knock on wood, I were ever to find myself homeless, I would turn to my family, or friends, or some type of shelter. However, I understand that not everyone has these options and I'm not really hating on the homeless, but WHY must they use the subway cars to sleep and take up 2-3 seats when doing so?! During RUSH HOUR!!! Subway cars are crowded enough in the mornings or in the evenings and it really pisses me off when I see a homeless person sleeping on 2-3 seats. No one is going to tap him/her on the shoulder and say, "Excuse me sir, but I would like sit here." And this is because no one wants to sit on those seats after they have seen a homeless person sprawled out across them. Don't we have some type of MTA security or NYPD who can patrol the cars and prevent this from happening? Think of the poor old people who need a seat, or the pregnant people, or the young women in stilettos. They all need to sit more than that homeless person needs a nap. And don't get all on me for being a hater because you know you are thinking the same thing!

Song of the moment: "What I've Done" by Linkin Park because my boyfriend watches Transformers about 15x/week and this song plays at the end of the movie and it is always stuck in my head! The song is pretty good, but the problem is that I only know two lines of the song - "I'll face myself/To cross out all I've become." But that's ok because by the time I've reached the end of that second line, my mind starts to drift to Josh Duhamel's face and that's always nice because Josh is hot and I've known him before "Las Vegas" and "Transformers" fame. I knew him when he was Leo Dupree, Greenlee's husband, on "All My Children." We go way back.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Love the song pick..better hope homeless advocates don't find your blog...every time I hear the song I think of Megan Fox so its cool for you to think of Josh Douchemel