Homeless “advocates” jump all over program to make homeless into WiFi hotspots

Yes, a marketing company is paying homeless people $20 a shift to be mobile WiFi hotspots. But Partnership for the Homeless CEO Arnold Cohen (salary $242,000) says:

“It’s more than absurd — it’s stomach-turning . . . These are wonderful human beings who have lost their homes, and we need to understand the humanity of these folks and do something about it. And this is not doing something about it.”

Bite me!

via Marketing firm behind ‘Homeless Hotspots’ program considering launching it in New York  – NY Daily News.

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