San Francisco solves its homeless problem — the bums sleeping and crapping on the sidewalks are homeless no longer; now they're simply "housing-(un)involved individuals"

Sidewalk dining? Here’s a small amuse bouche for you, courtesy of your local Oenophile

Sidewalk dining? Here’s a small amuse bouche for you, courtesy of your local Oenophile

And no more criminals, drug addicts or winos either, thank God. I imagine the citizens feel safer already.

San Francisco decrees that convicted felons are now to be referred to as “justice-involved persons”

Under a new resolution by the city’s Board of Supervisors — which voted to use “person-first” language in the criminal justice system — they’ll be referred to as “justice-involved persons,”  the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

The guidelines nix other terms too, such as  “prisoner,” “convict” and “inmate,” along with any words that “obstruct and separate people from society and make the institutionalization of racism and supremacy appear normal.”

As part of the guidelines, a drug addict or substance abuser will become a “person with a history of substance abuse.”

And a “juvenile delinquent” will instead be referred to as a “young person with justice system involvement.”

As for the stinking, sticky brown stuff the formerly-homeless so happily deposit around the city, that’s gone, too, and replaced with “food with human digestive system involvement”.