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Walk of “Fame”

“There’s no people like… show people!”

Hooray for Hollywood
That screwy ballyhooey Hollywood
Where any office boy or young mechanic
Can be a panic
With just a good looking pan
And any barmaid
Can be a star maid
If she dances with or without a fan…

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  • moi January 23, 2021, 6:33 PM

    Thank you for posting his channel. Depressing as his videos are, they are very enlightening. KInda like a car wreck. You dont want to look…..

  • M. Murcek January 23, 2021, 7:15 PM

    Say goodbye to Hollywood…

  • andre January 23, 2021, 7:40 PM

    I live in LA. The homeless are everywhere like that. Hollywood definitely has a lot but of course downtown is worse, Venice Beach, Echo Park, and many neighborhoods. By the freeway there are encampments with trash all around. close to my house, which is in a good area, there are encampments. The mayor does nothing and has a hands-off attitude towards it. There is never a solution, just a bunch of money wasted on consultants. Between the homeless, and covid shutdowns, and the riots, Garcetti has mismanaged the city to astronomical proportions.

  • Joe Redfield January 23, 2021, 10:32 PM

    Hollywood…where dreams go to die.

  • Casey Klahn January 24, 2021, 3:15 AM

    Heartbreaking to see. They look like national guardsmen.

  • H (science denier) January 24, 2021, 6:04 AM

    Howdja like to be the Reenlistment NCO right about now, Casey? I betcha he’s getting an earful.

  • Sam L. January 24, 2021, 7:29 AM

    Ya want squalor? Democrat mayors do it “best”.

  • ghostsniper January 24, 2021, 9:47 AM

    So why are these people crashed right out in the open like that rather than back out of view somewhere? I mean, everyone used to know the best place to keep warm in the winter was behind the ice machine at the Best Western. Out in the open I’d be scared that someone would come by and crush my skall. Car swerve and take me out. Law arrest my ass. Plus, out in the open the wind will get you and then you’ll be twice as cold. Dudn’t make sense. Must be something else going on here that’s not obvious.

  • OneGuy January 24, 2021, 12:05 PM

    The meme is that they are “homeless”. When in fact they are addicts, thiefs and refuse to better themselves. We don’t have a homeless problem we have a drug and alcohol problem. Give them money or put them up in a motel and the problem grows. I am in favor of bring back the chain gang.

  • MIKE GUENTHER January 24, 2021, 12:19 PM


    This is SoCal where the average daily temps are around 70ish near the beaches so unless it comes to a rainy day or heavy fog, they ain’t too cold.

  • ghostsniper January 24, 2021, 1:42 PM

    “We don’t have a homeless problem we have a drug and alcohol problem.”
    Plenty of people imbibe and don’t drop like a bag of shit on the sidewalk.
    Let’s take it to the extreme.
    Suppose 50,000 people decided crash out on that star studded street do you think the people that are supposed to deal with such things would finally do so? Do you think the merchants on that street would demand the law be enforced?
    Once again the problem seems to be rooted in that rotten assed gov’t.

    If someone started sleeping right in the middle of your driveway and the law refused to address it what would you do? What if 20 people slept in your driveway? Have you considered the possibility of such a thing under the new openly criminal communist administration?

  • EX-Californian Pete January 24, 2021, 2:24 PM


    Nailed it- they “refuse to better themselves.”
    And not ALL of them, but probably 95% of them are drunk, addicted, mentally ill, stoned, or a combination of those.

    Ever wonder why those folks remain “habitually” homeless?
    Either they have no friends or family, or more likely they DO, and have burned every single bridge with them beyond redemption. In other words, they have become such pathetic sponges and wastes of time that they ran out of sympathy and help.

    I’d wager that most of us here have been “homeless” at least once. It’s happened to me 4 times- the last (and longest-lasting) time was from the Paradise fire. 5- 1/2 weeks without a home. The shortest time was 2 days.
    I have ALWAYS recovered, have always worked hard and saved money, and have always been determined and motivated to habitually better my situation in life.
    And the extremely few times that I DID have to rely on others for help, I ALWAYS paid them back ‘tenfold with interest’, and made sure never to be a burden on anyone.

  • Casey Klahn January 24, 2021, 4:13 PM

    There was an in-depth report done by a Seattle news station, which I think was KOMO. I know…I know. It sounds implausible, but some intrepid reporter actually had his head out of his ass long enough to do a report on homelessness in Seattle and the Puget Sound region. This was, I guess, 3 years or so back.

    Turns out that 98% or so of homelessness in Seattle is due to drug addiction. The Pacific Northwest has always been a pretty good destination for a hobo, given mild weather as far as temperatures and lack of snow is concerned. Wet, but temperate. Why it’d be better than cali, you got me. Cali is actually warm much of the time in comparison to Seattle.

    Druggies come into King County, and if they don’t have any drugs, the fukkin city or county issues them some. Yes. yes, it is true. Then, if you are a street person, the law goes out of its way to accommodate your behavior. You are damn near immune from arrest. You can camp out on some white middle class family’s lawn, shit on the street, lay down in the doorway of a fine restaurant or department sore, hide in a garbage can…whatever. The cops will facilitate your whole shit show. Now, be a sober white man, and so much as jaywalk, and it’s fines and john law will ream you a new one.

    This is dystopian Seattle. Freeway underpasses are filled with garbage, sleeping bags, needles; you name it.

    Ghost, the street man or woman has a hierarchy of needs that goes something like: drug fix, shelter or warmth, food and security. The security part rises up and down the hierarchy depending on how full the belly is or whatever. They are sleeping in full view in order to be at least visible in case someone wants to roll them.

    Here’s my plan, which I’ve said here before. Clean them off the streets, with no prevarication. Apply the law with prejudice. Have halfway housing of some basic level, or else house them temporarily in the homes of the mayor and the city council. The mayor and city council are in jail (yes, they are). No drugs.

    Power wash the streets with bleach and whatever. Put actual outdoor toilets right up the street medians; make those fukkers shit in public and make the troths easy to clean. Truck goes by, cleans it fast.

    Psych hospitals, temporary housing, field kitchens. Yes. Make the GD teachers work in the summers to rehab these people and job train them. Will some die of the DTs? Of course. But the redeemable will survive, and the fukn government of liberals owes them that.

    I honestly don’t know why I am not in charge of everything.

  • EX-Califonian Pete January 26, 2021, 10:32 AM

    Can L. A. get any WORSE?
    This just in today- the homicide rate in L.A. rose ANOTHER 36% in 2020!

    Looks like all those hyper-restrictive, anti-2A “GUN LAWS” they passed in Commiefornia didn’t do a damn thing- except make it impossibly difficult for law-abiding citizens to buy guns & ammo to protect themselves and families.

    BTW, as of yesterday, the “average” price of a single .9mm round in L.A. (if you can possibly find one, have a REGISTERED firearm in that caliber, have passed the “Ammo Background Check” and paid your fee for it) is currently $1.83 PER ROUND. And that does not include the $1.00 “per purchase fee.”

    In contrast, it currently costs me about 11 cents per round to reload a 9mm.
    And the murder rate for my entire county is 2 in the last 6 years.

    Oh, and Casey Klahn- I’d definitely vote for ya!

  • pie January 28, 2021, 9:13 AM

    help the homeless communities. elect the homeless to public office. pick one homeless person each election cycle to fill public office and we get them off the streets. candidate would be lame duck, neutered with no ability to influence community. the candidate will receive pay and benefits serve one term. we could put the needle dispensary and sharps containers in the capitol and courthouses. help the homeless and displace a career politician. let them sleep in the capitol and courthouses where they belong. Its the right thing to do.