use panhandle in a sentence.
I meet panhandlers on a daily basis who pressure people in all kinds of ways.
Eh, I live in mid-Florida, and rumor has it there's another dude somewhere in the panhandle...
I don't live in SF but question about the techie bus stops: Do panhandlers congregate there?
Some panhandlers really need money, and some don't.
The unemployment rate for panhandlers is also very low, very few of them face redundancy
I suspect panhandlers make more than $7/hour, so for them to stop panhandling and start using a mechanical turk station would be a pay cut.
Central FL I can believe--I know a few others here in Tampa Bay--but the panhandle?
I still think Fox screwed the country by calling Florida an hour before the polls on the panhandle closed.
For example, there is a world of difference between a panhandler asking you "Hey, can I have a couple dollars" in a populated touristy area during the day, and the same panhandler following you for several blocks at night before asking you that in an ally.
You also have to deal with the segment of the homeless population that seeks shelter on the trains, and the ones that aggressively panhandle.
Isn't that kind of like winning a race to give money to a panhandler?
Looking like a panhandler is nothing like "not dressing up" for me and I don't really think that is what is being discussed, but if it is then my comments of course make no sense.