RT @email@example.com: Helping adults learn to not call the police with an image commonly used for kindergartners is incredibly my brand
@rachelmack My neighborhood's NextDoor is full of people reporting "suspicious persons" and encouraging people to call the constable's office "if they're concerned at all." It's pretty dumb. The last "suspicious person" I saw people talking about was someone riding his bike (in daylight) and "looking at houses." The post included a blurry photo.
@Robby @rachelmack nextdoor is such an absolute bizarre nightmare. mine gets people really mad about the existence of homeless people nearby. someone posted about her 20 year old daughter getting approached by this gentle old lady w no teeth and being So Scared and it was just???? she was all "should I call the cops. she shouldn't be allowed outside." when this lady legit did nothing but talk to her kid.
@aflightybroad @rachelmack Ugh, yeah I mostly use NextDoor to check on if, like, the power is out everywhere. The community itself is kinda... problematic. A bunch of privileged terrified white folks.
Funny you should mention complaining about homeless people, someone in the thread about the bike rider I mentioned claimed that he recognized the rider as a local homeless person who he knew to be a nice guy. That didn't seem to make anyone else feel any better.
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