Clearly, squeegee kids are not the only ones on our corners. At too many intersections, there are also panhandlers with cardboard signs, as well as sellers of water, soda, newspapers, flowers and other items. The difference with some squeegee kids, of course, is their tendency to congregate in numbers and on the same corners, creating understandable anxiety and even fear among idle motorists. What some of those eager to earn a dollar or two for washing a windshield do not sufficiently understand is that "no" means just that — NO. It's in these cases that unfortunate consequences, scenarios and impressions result. To be clear, no one should have to endure any form of abuse or harassment while driving on our city streets or sitting idle at a traffic light.