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Guns4Hire

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#1 13 years ago

Anyone else sick of these people? I live in a pretty nice area and yet we still have a few around that hang out at the convenient stores asking for change. WTF get a damn job and quit getting high all day and night.

I was approached yesterday by this skanky whore who asked me to giver her a ride. She says can you give me a ride up the street, there the street. I said no I am going the other way and have no time. She rolled her crack ridden eyes at me. You have to be kidding me. Walking up to someone at a store and asking for a ride is so rude. It's invading to say the least.

Once I was approached by some guy who claimed he ran out of gas a mile down the road. He said lend me money for gas and give me your address so I can pay you back. Yeah right :rolleyes: So many scam artists out there.




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#2 13 years ago

Bums annoy the hell out of me. I say round them all up and dump them on an island. If you are not willing to work than you shouldn't be allowed to live anywhere near me.




Rikupsoni

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#3 13 years ago

They are pretty nice here atleast, collecting some stuff, I've been talking to them, funny guys. Though some of them shout "Come and get teh candy1!!!" to kids, what they would do to them.. :uhm: Everyone teases them, sabotages their "homes" ...




Deimos

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#4 13 years ago

I haven't seen a single one in Minnesota, actually. When I was on vacation in San Francisco, I saw a lot.

Heh, I remember riding the cable car, and this guy says "Hey how 'bout some wine, 'brotha'?" (He holds out a shotglass and a wine bottle). I said "No Thanks", then he says "In that case, I'll drink one for you then!". So then he downs 5 shots of that wine. He didn't really look homeless, he actually looked rather wealthy...




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#5 13 years ago

Most of them are annoying losers who have no skills at life whatsoever and get drunk and/or spend most of their on drugs and Lotto tickets, then feed their kids dog food and go to the food bank in order to continue existing (I'm not stereotyping; I have seen this a lot and have known people who live like this). People try to help them and most of these assholes just abuse their good hearts, and abuse the system. But some are actually fucked up, seriously ill people who can't be held in hospitals, have no other place to go, no relatives (or none that care), so get shafted and left on the street. Others seem content in begging for scraps and living off the refuse of others, see it as honorable in some way, and choose to remain impoverished. I live in a crappy neighborhood, inbetween a clinic for AIDS and a homeless shelter, and a needle-exchange, charity place sits right next door. Every single day I see them and hear them through my window. Month after month, the exact same ones, never getting their fucking act together, throwing their garbage and cups (from the free coffee they got inside) everywhere, fighting and yelling each day behind the building...they show no respect for anyone or anything. I have no sympathy for these people--the ones who abuse this help and keep mooching. They have no interest in making their lives better and refuse help. I can't go for a walk without someone asking for something--this woman asked the other day for a cigarette. I never give away smokes, too expensive, especially to people staggering around drunk (maybe don't drink so much you could afford your own smokes?). So I told her, "No." Kept walking, and she says behind my back... "Mighty white of you..." :rolleyes:




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#6 13 years ago

I live in holland and have not seen a single bum so far. I also think people act bad to them because of their reputation but i dont really think that they are too nice either




colonel_bob

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#7 13 years ago

The onl ones I've seen were wh we were visiting family in Boston. We were walking around, and these people would walk up you with their cups full of change saying in an almost offended tone "Excuse me. Excuse me." Then they followed you for the whole block trying to get a handout. The only people I give money to on the street are the musician people, even if they aren't that good. At least they're trying.




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#8 13 years ago
colonel_bobThe onl ones I've seen were wh we were visiting family in Boston. We were walking around, and these people would walk up you with their cups full of change saying in an almost offended tone "Excuse me. Excuse me." Then they followed you for the whole block trying to get a handout. The only people I give money to on the street are the musician people, even if they aren't that good. At least they're trying.

Well put.




Guns4Hire

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#9 13 years ago

True. The bums on Atlantic City boardwalk are entertaining at least.




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#10 13 years ago

The worst I've encountered was Chicago. I remember I counted over 20 homeless people (I might've counted some people twice). Thats much worse than what you see at New York. The subways will have a few, but they mostly keep to themselves. Its not a bother to me, I can just ignore them and keep talking to my friend or whatnot. If you ignore them they will give up.