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Old 12-05-2018, 10:28 PM   #6
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Are the buildings still viable?

I've long felt it would be a good idea to repurpose closed schools by turning them into places for the homeless to live.

The homeless are life's losers, and as such cannot afford to be too picky; they can put their cots / sleeping bags in a common area and share bathrooms.

We have a heckuva homeless problem in Portland, Oregon: that's the downside of being the millenials' idea of "The Promised Land," I suppose.

Maybe you guys don't have similar issues with the homeless, with beggars: if not, consider yourselves very, very fortunate.
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