- the woman cutting across MLK wearing jeans, tennis shoes, and a white bra. That's it.
- the woman at the first part of the freeway entrance. She looked soldily middle-class, a purse slung over her shoulder, nice navy blue pants, dressy sandals, white blouse, and a little cardboard sign. In what might be a beginner's mistake, the print was too small to read.
- the woman at the second part of the freeway entrance holding the sign that clearly read "Native American, Homeless, Hungry." At each passing car she made a gesture like she was lifting a fork to her lips. Well, two of the things on that sign are true. But I've seen her before. She hangs out on a picnic bench with a whole bunch of other Native Americans pretty much drinking the afternoon away.