That’s the response to the query at the end of the quote below from a story on the upturn and irrationality of violence among gang members in Seattle. So, given the paucity of resources, let’s be sure that we’re not taking up beds with people less deserving to be there, okay?
"I've been doing this work for four years and this is a new day. The kids I talk to now don't seem to care. Death is not a big thing to them; killing is not a big thing to them."No longer, Gratton said, are street wars waged over drugs or turf battles, as in years past. Today, something as vague as perceived disrespect can trigger a shooting. "When that's the issue, I wonder where it's going to go -- what's going to happen next," she said.
(h/t Crime and Justice News)