In San Francisco, by contrast, an underground civic group called the San Francisco Print Collective has distributed posters calling for arming the homeless. The poster shows a gun and a shopping cart, and says, "How many people do you need to start a revolution? There are 15,000 homeless in San Francisco. Is that enough?" In the interest of solidarity between fantasy lands north and south, maybe Disneyland can donate its old Jungle Cruise guns to our homeless. Everybody is shooting blanks when it comes to the homeless, anyway. It's the armed crack dealers most of us worry about. UNDERGROUND PRINTMAKERS ARE PROBABLY JUST TWEAKING THE NOSES OF THE BOURGEOISIE IN SUGGESTING THE POSSIBILITY OF AN ARMED REVOLUTION BY THE SHOPPING CART BRIGADE. Their anonymous spokespersons say their posters are meant to provoke thought, and they sure got me to thinking.