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[–] Dortex [S] 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

Not really able to say much about my current situation since there are some things I can't risk even giviglng a snowball's chance in hell of leaking. But I can tell you I'm currently somewhere completely safe. I'm not sure how much longer it'll be here but it doesn't seem like it's going away any time soon. I can only hope.

Also, would you believe I considered just camping too? The problem is I have no car and there is literally no transportation to and from the nearest camp. Otherwise, believe you fucking me I'd be chilling out there in all that nature in peace.

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[–] SOULESS 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago 

My brother was homeless for quite some time. Much longer than I had ever been.

  1. Get a job. Any job. Doesn't matter how shitty. Cashier. Stocking shelves. Just whatever. Use it to pay for a 24-hour monthly gym membership. You can get a warm shower and hide somewhere safe whenever it's needed.

  2. Save up for a car. Once you get one you can sleep anywhere. You'll have heat, a battery to charge any phone/laptop/devices you get. They've even got little slow cooker type devices you can plug into your car these days. You can place a special little slow cooker sleeve in the pot, cook a meal it in, eat, then dispose of the bag you cooked in without having to worry about clean up or washing dishes ever.

  3. With just those two steps you can really live a semi-normal lifestyle. My brother did that for months at a time when he wanted to travel to other states. It would take him some time before he could build himself up and get a half decent job where he could afford a place of his own.

Just remember the big three: Don't have children out of wedlock, finish high school, find a full-time job.

"Our research shows that of American adults who followed these three simple rules, only about 2 percent are in poverty and nearly 75 percent have joined the middle class (defined as earning around $55,000 or more per year)."

I hope you're not one of the drug addicts you spoke of. As long as you keep sight of building a better future you can look back on the shitty situation and lawlz at it while sitting around a campfire with some friends sharing a beer.

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[–] Dortex [S] 3 points 0 points (+3|-3) ago 

The last of those big three is the hardest part since human labor is becoming increasingly obsolete and the economic recovery only brought back a glut of part-time work.

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[–] middle_path 2 points 3 points (+5|-2) ago 

This is stupid excuse you're using. Finding a shit job is easy as hell. You think you don't have the qualifications of the retards working at McDonalds or the Janitor in a building? Find a shit job, unless you have a shit attitude.

From your original post, you sound very entitled.

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[–] SOULESS 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Yup. It takes a little time to find a full-time job. That's why step one is so important. You might not be able to afford a proper stable living environment off a shitty part-time job, but kids who get those types of jobs save up and manage to get cars all the time. You can at least get in a semi-normal living condition living out a car with access to warm water, food, and shelter whenever it's needed. You'll be independent and won't have to worry about shitty shelters and begging for food or money. And better yet, with a car you can travel where ever you need to in order to find better job opportunities. It might take a few towns, but eventually, you'll be able to find something as long as you don't give up and toss your life away deciding to become a junkie/criminal or something of that sort. There's always a way to claw your way into a better living situation even if it takes a little time to build the foundation for it.

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[–] Mhael66 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Craigslist>Jobs>General Labor

I just looked in my area and without scrolling down there was half a dozen bullshit easy jobs with 9-10$ starting. College painters- 10-15$ fulltime all summer. One for a someone to work the counter at a dry cleaners 7:30-12:30 mon-fri 9$... one for concrete laborer starting at $12 an hour with paid overtime and guaranteed 40+ hour weeks barring weather. The jobs are there, most people just don't want them. Some of these jobs are shit and pay shit, I am in construction and make $25 dollars an hour and I sure as hell wouldn't want to go be a concrete laborer for $12 an hour...but if I am fucking homeless and unemployed then tough shit for me, I am going to do what I have to do.

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[–] Mathurin1911 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Factory work still exists, and right now they are desperate to hire white people, knowing the illegals supply is slowly petering out. But they cant seem to keep many because it is hard work.

My own employer is hiring anyone with a pulse and clean piss test. Just get on google and look for food manufacturing plants near you. The work sucks, but the pay and hours are better than McDonalds, and if my employer is any indication, people who speak english and are responsible get kicked up the chain into line leads in months.

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[–] con77 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

I would sleep in the woods before I shared space with niggers

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[–] bikergang_accountant 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I backpack often and have a pack in my car I can hit the trail with anytime. It became easy when I stopped over complicating camping. Sleeping in the woods is so simple.

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[–] DishingShitLikeA 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Mini cooking set, compact sleeping bag, first aid stuff, knife, water bottle, nutrition bricks and flint/magnesium.

Basic yet versatile, small, and lightweight. What's in yours?

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[–] 9015371 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Yes.

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[–] pushthis 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

This is what i do and life is very pleasant

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[–] MelatoninDreams 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

The usual suspects are upset because non enough blacks visit parks and are trying to change that, so soon you won't even be able to sleep in the woods.

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[–] Lysithea 2 points 6 points (+8|-2) ago 

I feel for you. I'm homeless too, but living in a cheap extended stay hotel. It's really scummy, run down and full of niggers and wetbacks and there just as little privacy, you can't say anything without some nigger in the hallways hearing you, some chimp even spoke out to me .... like what the fuck do niggers have no concept of respecting peoples privacy?

If I were in your situation though I would try to find some other homeless people to gang up with and find shelter somewhere. I know someone right now who is living out of a rental shed, you could try for that unless you absolutely have zero cash.

The first few months were mind-numbing but thank god for weed, that kept me sane. Now I have a laptop that keeps me busy but I'm still so fucking frustrated, like I REALLY want to work on music or do something creative but I can't talk in here with fucking idiots speaking out to me, again what the fuck my conversations inside my own room are none of your fucking goddamn business.

This whole experience has just shown me even more that you never truly appreciate something until it's gone.

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[–] JunOS 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I hope you find your path man.

As for

you never truly appreciate something until it's gone

I wouldn't miss niggers if they are gone.

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[–] Anoxim 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

GO TO THE WOODS. Build a small sturdy shelter. Niggers can't stand nature.

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[–] 9015338 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Where are you currently er residing? Are you interested in a way to find work and better yourself? If not the public library is a great place to read and get lost in other worlds.

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[–] Dortex [S] 1 points 3 points (+4|-1) ago 

Firstly, the place I'm staying at is not a shelter, but I'm not, in the strictest sense, out on the streets. My story is beyond tedious and filled to the brim with what I can, entirely without hyperlbole, only describe as senseless evil. But I'm now unreasonably paranoid that someone will catch wind of this if I say too much.

As for work and all that stuff, it's been tried for years. There's no hope at this point. And the place I'm at has no public libraries. Believe me, I checked desperately.

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[–] 9015492 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

I am some drunk guy so feel free to pm me the details but I will understand if not. As long as it isn't about killing cats. I'd hate you.

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[–] DoucheBaggington 1 points 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

Do you get jacked up on Thunderbird?

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[–] 9020678 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Being homeless is bullshit. I spent nearly 5 years on the streets in my late teens and early 20's. It all worked out eventually - it makes you really never want to go outside, though.

A car is an excellent idea if you are on the streets and can drive - I have seizures and cannot. Even now the no car situation complicates everything...but even that is totally doable if you're patient and stay focused on finding work, even if it's Labor Ready (you have to get there super early, but honestly, what else are you doing).

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