If there are two things Rob Anderson hates, it's homeless people, and bicycles. Show him a homeless person on a bicycle and the rage starts flying.
Among the many things the bikesnobnyc hates are obstacles in bike lanes, for example people walking in bike lanes, or cars subletting bike lanes.
In San Francisco, instead of cars subletting bike lanes, we have homeless people subletting bike lanes.
OK, maybe this is a bike "path" or a bike "bridge" but you get my point.
Now, if you hate homeless people and you hate bike lanes, what to do in this scenario. If you chase away the homeless people, life gets easier for the cyclists. If you want the cyclists to suffer, you let the homeless people continue living on the bridge unabated. What to do, what to do...
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