Last question of the day...why is it that people in the cities(homeless looking folks) tend to shout at no one? I didn't hear this stuff in little ol' Janesville. It's seemed pretty "normal" when I lived in San Francisco and downtown in San Diego while I was there. I heard it in Chicago and Milwaukee too.
The woman was shouting to no one this afternoon. She appeared to be shouting at a woman walking away. I was concerned at what had just occurred, thinking I had missed an altercation. I accidentally made eye-contact with the shouter and I witnessed the fear in her eyes. It was then that I realized she was not shouting at the woman walking away. She was just shouting. The man shouting last Friday only shouted when someone was on his side of the street, on his block. I can only imagine he feels better being the aggressor, all bark, rather than being bumped into for not being seen.
Lest we forget, there are people in need among us.