Homelessness requires the same qualities that would get someone hired or promoted in another context. Does anyone exhibit a stronger will to survive, or grapple with more existential and practical dilemmas, than a person who must craft or pursue a “home” (and, in most cases, who remembers having one), on a daily basis, with no real means of doing so–all the while regarded with as much fear and hostility by those in better circumstances? Obviously, survival of the homeless isn’t the goal of forced drugging proponents like Dr Torrey, CBS, pharmaceutical companies, or our government with its arrogant funding of “brain” research and self-serving censorship. We have met the enemy, and they is us. Whose brains exactly should be examined first? Perhaps Torrey should spend more time–a long duration, in fact– “visiting” those dank places where the homeless schizophrenics are hiding out, with no access to a support system–perhaps while heavily medicated (it wouldn’t matter if he “needs” to be, after all, since merely being homeless would qualify him, not to mention that the system he shills for has rendered diagnoses essentially meaningless except as a way to separate Them from Us). Perhaps he would learn some things about people other than himself, other than that he would rather be him than them.