Can I not sit on the sidewalk in San Francisco now?
I keep hearing about this Sit/Lie rule. Sometimes I'm out and about and get tired. Am I not allowed to lie down on the sidewalk now?
It's like any other law or rule, if that law even exists, it's all a matter of what you look like, and who you are. If you're poor like me, cops will take you to jail; it you are well to do, they will let you go. This is live in America, where laws are to protect businesses; and subjugate the poor.
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