[Hpn] Re: Fw: Women's Home for desitute in Manchester, Pearl Manor
Tue, 16 Nov 2004 21:30:56 -0500 (EST)
why din't you show that thread? kinda like g.w's wmd's in the
i guess if he pays yer bills you'll make it easy for him. live easy on
i believe in charity for idiots
On 11/17/2004, "William Charles Tinker" <email@example.com> wrote:
>Well Uncle Tom she had wrote earlier in reference to homeless and so I
>bolstered her thoughts on pushing towards her goal of the home which
>originally was supposed to be non profit and for the indigent it was built
>to house poor not $6,000.00 a month incarcerated people...
>See you only see half of the thread if that
>Any way good seeing your still on line and bitching keep it up maybe you
>will get King George I to actually do something for homeless besides have
>smiling Phil Mangano running across country pushing a out dated 10 year plan
>to end homelessness...
>Gotta go watch the tube you keep them HPNers in line
>William Charles Tinker
>New Hampshire Homeless / Founded 11-28-99
>25 Granite Street
>Northfield,New Hampshire 03276-1640 USA
>Advocates,activists for disabled,displaced and human rights
>NH-ADAPT / NOT DEAD YET
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "unclescam" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2004 8:59 PM
>Subject: [Hpn] Re: Fw: Women's Home for desitute in Manchester, Pearl Manor
>> but what question were you answering?
>> did you read her statement? she was asking nothing of you
>> and you replied with an incoherant rant. enough of this personl
>> On 11/17/2004, "William Charles Tinker" <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>Some Legislators do write me seeking info and input.
>>>----- Original Message -----
>>>From: "William Charles Tinker" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>>To: "Harriet E. Cady" <email@example.com>; Sent: Tuesday, November 16,
>>>Subject: RE: Women's Home for desitute in Manchester, Pearl Manor
>>> Rep. Harriet E. Cady et al
>>> As far as I am concerned I do not believe any one should be involuntarily
>>> houseless or homeless in New Hampshire or this country,but we pander to
>>> fools at times,who seem to think housing thats over 50 years old is in
>>> of gentrification.
>>> The problems are they never preserve historical housing in their down
>>> revitalization plans, or decent refurbishable units of housing thus
>>> our once available housing rental stock supply down to institutions that
>>> off the retired and dis-allow them to live more independent lives.
>>> Case in point... a very well educated librarian woman in Franklin NH had
>>> $100,000.00 savings account in bank, she fell at home letting her cat out
>>> broke her hip,and the social workers talked her into moving into Mountain
>>> Ridge /Mountain Crest on Baldwin Street Franklin NH for her own
>>> She had a nice 2 room apartment type of housing there,but in about 2
>>> when her money was depleted they put her out front in welfare part of
>>> Nursing Home where she fell and broke her hip she now is in throes of
>>> dementia and alzheimers.
>>> Do you see the sad irony here?
>>> William "Bill" Tinker
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: "Harriet E. Cady" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>>To: "William Charles Tinker" <email@example.com>
>>> Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2004 5:59 PM
>>>Subject: Women's Home for desitute in Manchester, Pearl Manor
>>> Hi Mr. Tinker,
>>> AS I told you the Women's home for the destitute was founded in 1891 by
>>> and the Trust grew to be worth over 8 million dollars but somehow the
>>> Elliott Hospital has used it to sell the original Pearl Manor and build
>>> Hillcrest Terrace. Now they are charging $6000 plus per month for people
>>> be at Pearl Manor. I am asking the court to investigate what happened to
>>> the original charge of what Pearl Manor was to be.
>>> Certainly there shouldn't be homeless when there was a home for the aged