[Hpn] re, unclescam

David and Deb Ward dlwdaw@bellatlantic.net
Sun, 07 Jan 2001 15:49:52 -0500


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In reading the part about not needing shelters is not the way to go. A
good shelter, (the key word is "Good")is a first step for someone
getting off the streets.

Dave Ward

bill.cannon wrote:

> Having spent a little time on this site I can see that it is not what
> I am looking for. Still this class thing is poping up. Below are a few
> snips which I find quite upsetting I have been homeless for 20 years I
> did not use hostels or shelters I did it when I was younger. I decided
> that I wanted a home. When I was younger it was a way of life with
> very few commitments whuich from experience I have found that amongst
> the single homeless here in Britain is what people want no
> 'committment'Here are the bits I find offensivereach into your
> pockets. here we are, begging again. and so soon after the official
> begging holliday season. i know, we're looking for after begging
> specials. please, we don't need shelters or mentors, we need houses!
> succor is provided by the pimps already, ( who's gonna find my next
> abode)(if you're thinking that being formerly homeless gives you any
> more respect than being now homeless,) you still have to ask for the
> where-with-all to do what you wantI draw your attention to the
> portions I have put in brackets the only person who can find a home is
> yourself.I have never given the impression that I want respect I give
> everyone my repect I also treat everyone as EQUAL which appears that
> some people dontone thing I have noticed here in Britain is that some
> homeless people think society owes them something I felt the same way.
> It is the very attitude that is displayed by this person,which is
> common to a lot of people, but that still will not stop me from trying
> to help and if I listen to this sort of thing the deaths in Bristol
> will carry on.  Heroin death in bristol was 39 most under 21 last
> year The funny part is this unclescam has made these remarks yet he
> has never been homeless in the true sense of the word. So sorry to
> cause you all to waste your timeThere is such a lot of exploitation
> this site seems to fit that critiriaBill

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In reading the part about not needing shelters is not the way to go. A
good shelter, (the key word is "Good")is a first step for someone getting
off the streets.

Dave Ward

bill.cannon wrote:

Having spent a little time on this site I can see that it is not what I am looking for. Still this class thing is poping up. Below are a few snips which I find quite upsetting I have been homeless for 20 years I did not use hostels or shelters I did it when I was younger. I decided that I wanted a home. When I was younger it was a way of life with very few commitments whuich from experience I have found that amongst the single homeless here in Britain is what people want no 'committment'Here are the bits I find offensivereach into your pockets. here we are, begging again. and so soon after the official begging holliday season. i know, we're looking for after begging specials. please, we don't need shelters or mentors, we need houses! succor is provided by the pimps already, ( who's gonna find my next abode)(if you're thinking that being formerly homeless gives you any more respect than being now homeless,) you still have to ask for the where-with-all to do what you wantI draw your attention to the portions I have put in brackets the only person who can find a home is yourself.I have never given the impression that I want respect I give everyone my repect I also treat everyone as EQUAL which appears that some people dontone thing I have noticed here in Britain is that some homeless people think society owes them something I felt the same way. It is the very attitude that is displayed by this person,which is common to a lot of people, but that still will not stop me from trying to help and if I listen to this sort of thing the deaths in Bristol will carry on.  Heroin death in bristol was 39 most under 21 last year The funny part is this unclescam has made these remarks yet he has never been homeless in the true sense of the word. So sorry to cause you all to waste your timeThere is such a lot of exploitation this site seems to fit that critiriaBill
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