(New York Post) Be it ever so humble, there's no better place to be homeless.
New York's billionaire mayor yesterday played the city's concierge-in-chief, declaring that his administration has made shelters so nice, people don't want to leave.
"We have made our shelter system so much better that, unfortunately, when people are in it — or fortunately, depending on what your objective is — it is a much more pleasurable experience than they ever had before," Mayor Bloomberg said.
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"We are proud that our shelters provide a safe, clean environment with on-site security, support services and caseworkers for children on site."