And/or your Quote of the Day:
Instead of propagandizing young people with the fear-mongering lie how a homeless person is just the same as anyone else but for a few bad breaks, Miley would have done our culture a greater service by having her prop (let’s be real, he wasn’t really her date) admit to all of the awful life choices he made that led him to living on the streets.
How about this for a speech:
I’m homeless and I’m living on the streets and I don’t want this to happen to you. So don’t do what I did. Don’t break into an apartment, don’t smoke pot, don’t break parole. Get an education and have a solid and dependable plan for a job. Don’t move to LA (one of the most expensive cities in the country) and don’t try to be a model (one of the most unreliable professions in the world.)
Live right. Get an education. Get a real job.
It may not be a formula for fame and fortune, but it’s a formula for not being homeless.
—“Miley’s Date Deserves To Be Homeless,” Larry O’Connor, the Washington Free Beacon, today.