Well this is the third post I have done like this so far and I have seen some great connections. I’ll keep doing these off and on and I think they provide a great way for “active bloggers” to network. This post now has over 2,000 active bloggers waiting to connect in it. I encourage anyone looking for new blogs to view or people to converse with to browse through the comment section and network.
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ok, i’m homeless and as a result i see things a bit differently….for example what about the homeless in fairbanks alaska when it’s -30? i can survive in temps down to 30 in a urban setting because there’s walmarts…and at the moment i’m in a small black car…and i don’t drink, do drugs, and try to smell good…at least not stink…i’m also quiet and strive to maintain a low profile
so should we even care about the polar opposite of me? the drunk, tweating, and stinking homeless person? how about the homeless person with a pet? (in this area a dog and person could keep each other warm) but what about if it’s -30???
this is santa clara’s response http://www.homefirstscc.org/our-programs-2/cold-weather-shelter-program/
what about your area?
If there weren’t racists the world would would be a better place…so many folks being belittled and ignored…we use water cannons in freezing weather against native americans concerned about the safety of their drinking water…we burn down a whole city block in response to a stand-off (Pittsburg, the ’80s, i think)….or they burn down a church/commune and blame the preacher for all the people they kill….this woman’s anger is totally understandable…now we got a president who’s gonna try and start a war with mexico…BUT it’s about money…race and religion will be his excuse for his actions