Crosses for change

The crosses for change that are downtown confuse me.

Do we leave change on the crosses so other junkies can grab it & go get their fix?



13 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    They’re scaring tourists away….Tear them down

  2. not brock says:

    Hey lets ignore the fact for a second that brock is obviously a rocket scientist and brain surgeon. He’s right about choices this time. they chose to try these drugs nobody forced them.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The first thing visitors see downtown is all these crosses …It leaves the impression that Sudbury is a drug hell…Maybe too dangerous to stop…So on to North Bay or the Soo……Leave their tourist dollars in those cities..Well done Sudbury morons…So much for downtown revitalization

    • Anonymous says:

      Sudbury is a drug hell and the Sault and North Bay aren’t far behind

    • Anonymous says:

      isnt that what sudbury is though? a place where the drug dealers work with the city to get even more money to open safe injection sites?

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  5. Anonymous says:

    Shame on you

  6. Brock says:

    Sadly the crosses represent people that suffered the ultimate side effects of making poor choices. These crosses should be placed at the respective high schools that these people went to. If you want to make an impact on the next generation, watch how kids react to more crosses being placed in front of their schools every week.
    These crosses will keep good people from attending the Sudbury Theatre Centre.
    People tend to link addiction with an illness. The facts are addiction starts with a choice.

    • Anonymous says:

      Brock, AGAIN demonstrating his lack of education and knowledge of brain development. If you knew anything at all about brain development, or teenagers in general, you would know this approach would be absolutely useless. But, I suppose you actually do know a thing or two about being useless, don’t you Brock. In the off chance you would like to begin to educate yourself I am including a link to a Harvard article.
      ‘The stigma and shame of addiction has much to do with the perception that people with substance use disorders are weak, immoral, or simply out for a good time at society’s expense. Understanding that addiction impairs the brain in many important ways may reduce such stigma. An addicted person’s impaired ability to stop using drugs or alcohol has to do with deficits in the function of the prefrontal cortex — the part of the brain involved in executive function’.

      • Brock says:

        Your attempts at a rebuttal continue to humour me. If your comprehension skills were even at a grade 5 level, you would have noticed that I said poor choices. One cannot get addicted to anything if they have never made the CHOICE to try it.

        Now try to dig up some positive benefits of young people smoking cannabis.

        You insulted Harvard by placing them in a conversation of yours.

      • anonymous says:

        No you didn’t say “poor ” choice.Nowhere in your post does it say poor.You added that word to make it sound like you have even a modicum of empathy.Which you don’t. Psychopaths never do.

      • Anonymous says:

        you’re both sounding pretty stupid but sadly brock is right

        brock shouldnt have to sit here and defend every fucking thing he says either to a couple haters that have no fucking lives other than “educating” someone every time they post a comment probably because they got butt hurt by something brock said in the past

        i think overall that is a solid idea for a place to put the white crosses because its the young people that are the most at risk for overdoses and also most at risk for thinking its cool or an easy way to make friends/relationships.

        they aren’t even showing the names of most of the victims in the obits either

      • anonymous says:

        When you defend brock it’s time to reassess your life.Or are you a member of Brock’s tiny cock brigade?

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