It's hard to tell these days if someone is really broke and hungry, but something about her spoke to me. I saw her as somewhat of an entrepreneur of necessity and frankly any skepticism or doubt about her intentions or integrity didn't really matter at all.
They muddy your windshield and assault your wipers and aerial. And for their 'work' they want to be paid. In Toronto this week, a man waved one of them off. When ignored, he got out of his car, and was beaten about the head. Other cities have run them off, and if the political will is there, Toronto can do it too.