We All Live Under the Bridge While you wait in your car at the stoplight off Memorial Parkway and Governor's Drive, a scruffy looking person stands on the nearby curb with a sign that asks for money. What do you think? "It is that person's own fault that he/she is hungry, or living in their car/sleeping under a bridge, with no money," or perhaps you think: "You don't have food? Get a job, get money and buy the food." ...more »
When no cars are allowed on the roads, then all bicyclists can put air in their tires and safely travel around Huntsville/Madison city, etc.
But remember, if any car comes out on days that the cars are banned from the roads, those persons responsible for breading the law will be jailed for six months.
Cars are noisey, nosy, stinky, yucky, dangerous, smelly, loud, expensive, costly, deadly, wasteful and yucky.
All roads will be used only by people walking, skipping, hiking, jumping, handstands, bicycling, unicycling, jump roping, long jumping, etc.
free health care for all.
Canada has it.
Sweden has it.
england has it.
France has it.
Germany has it.
Americans are hurt by the current system.
Change it now
for one night, every month, all city administrators: mayor, council people, police chief, etc., will camp out in the city with other homeless people.
Purpose: to have and show empathy to the neighbors living under the bridge
vegan, vegetarians, ethics, nonviolence.
In accordance with the 2014 Declaration as a City of Compassion, Huntsville City will be completely vegan.
No meat allowed within the city limits of Huntsville. Large fines will be enacted to people seen eating: bacon, beef, chicken, pork or road kill.
The minimum wage in Alabama is $7.25 per hour for hourly workers and as low as $2.13 per hour for tipped workers. I think the City of Huntsville should increase the minimum wage in the city by 10% per year for hourly workers, and tipped worker pay should be increased by 20% per year until it equals hourly pay regardless of tipped income. The gradual increase will allow time for businesses to implement appropriate increases ...more »