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It is time to round up all of the homeless, the NIXXERS and the WHITEYS that are HOMELESS and GAS them! 

I do not discriminate. I hate EVERYONE!

 

 

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1 hour ago, SBED said:

It is time to round up all of the homeless, the NIXXERS and the WHITEYS that are HOMELESS and GAS them! 

I do not discriminate. I hate EVERYONE!

That is cruel and inefficient.  We should provide a place for them to live and feed them.  But, not for free.  They can work on the farms that will need labor once we get rid of all of the illegal aliens.  When they no longer owe money for their room and board, they are free to leave.  But, until then, they need to work and learn to become productive members of society.   We will call these people "Farm Apprentices".  And, we will call this new system Farm Apprenticeships. 

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On 11/7/2019 at 12:49 PM, Skans said:

That is cruel and inefficient.  We should provide a place for them to live and feed them.  But, not for free.  They can work on the farms that will need labor once we get rid of all of the illegal aliens.  When they no longer owe money for their room and board, they are free to leave.  But, until then, they need to work and learn to become productive members of society.   We will call these people "Farm Apprentices".  And, we will call this new system Farm Apprenticeships. 

Very creative. Thanks for sharing. The really dark ones can work on Tobacco Farms.

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On 11/7/2019 at 12:08 PM, SBED said:

It is time to round up all of the homeless, the NIXXERS and the WHITEYS that are HOMELESS and GAS them! 

I do not discriminate. I hate EVERYONE!

 

 

Bring it bitch.

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On 11/7/2019 at 11:08 AM, SBED said:

It is time to round up all of the homeless, the NIXXERS and the WHITEYS that are HOMELESS and GAS them! 

I do not discriminate. I hate EVERYONE!

 

 

You sound alot like my Uncle..

 

He didnt just "HATE" why he hated everybody "EQUALLY"..

 

Forget Colors and Religions..

 

He would break "WHITES" down to Nationality..

 

He lived to HATE but Ill give him he "Hated" everyone "Equally"..

 

He was "FAIR" 

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On 11/7/2019 at 12:08 PM, SBED said:

...GAS them! 

 

Why gas them...when poisoning them would be easier and cheaper.

 

Just have a...all you can eat Chili / Cornbread fest and they gather like looters at a dead (mateless / childless) relatives house.

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On 11/7/2019 at 9:08 AM, SBED said:

It is time to round up all of the homeless, the NIXXERS and the WHITEYS that are HOMELESS and GAS them! 

I do not discriminate. I hate EVERYONE!

 

 

The ovens await you!

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1 hour ago, nuckin futz said:

The ovens await you!

BBQ IS SERVED TO DOGS AND CATS!

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13 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

This SBED fool is a seriously demented mental case.

There are MANY Trump CULTISTS like him!

Where is Russian Disinformation? haven't seen him lately!

I like his "balls to the wall" style!

 

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On 11/7/2019 at 12:49 PM, Skans said:

That is cruel and inefficient.  We should provide a place for them to live and feed them.  But, not for free.  They can work on the farms that will need labor once we get rid of all of the illegal aliens.  When they no longer owe money for their room and board, they are free to leave.  But, until then, they need to work and learn to become productive members of society.   We will call these people "Farm Apprentices".  And, we will call this new system Farm Apprenticeships. 

lol....That's good actually. 

 

Except homeless don't want to work....

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4 minutes ago, DeepBreath said:

lol....That's good actually. 

 

Except homeless don't want to work....

They have work programs for homeless people. 

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On 11/7/2019 at 11:08 AM, SBED said:

It is time to round up all of the homeless, the NIXXERS and the WHITEYS that are HOMELESS and GAS them! 

I do not discriminate. I hate EVERYONE!

 

 

You will fit in nicely with these cons. 

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This Denver program gives homeless individuals a job, and a pathway to a stable future

Here are three stories on how local innovation can make a difference in everyday lives.

The Renewal Project
 

Denver Day Works provides low-barrier employment for adults experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness.

 

Each week, The Renewal Project shares three stories from around the country that highlight the innovative solutions people are creating in their communities. In this edition you will learn about a low-barrier employment opportunity in Denver, a group of teens who are making a difference in the Bay Area, and an accidental fairy godmother in metro D.C. What are the innovative ideas in your hometown? Tell us at info@therenewalproject.com.

The dignity of work: A program from the city of Denver is giving homeless individuals a chance to earn two square meals and a daily paycheck, all in a day’s work. Denver Day Works connects adults experiencing homelessness with employment opportunities in the city—cleaning up litter, landscaping, and other low-barrier jobs around the city—all for $12 to $13 an hour. Those who sign up get breakfast and lunch, bus fare to get to the work sites, and counseling from job specialists. They also get their paycheck after each shift.

In the two years, Denver and its nonprofit partner Bayaud Enterprises, have helped 145 people find permanent employment.

Cities that struggle to combat homelessness are experimenting with a low-barrier employment model. Many point to former Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry as the brainchild of the concept. He helped his city launch the “There’s a Better Way” initiative in 2015. That year, he spoke with PBS NewsHour about the program: “I was driving in my car one day and I was at the stop light and there was a gentleman holding a sign that says, ‘will work.’ So I came back to the office and I told my staff, ‘We’re going to take these folks up on their offer.’”

Last year, we featured an essay from San Diego high schooler Kevin Barber who was inspired by Mayor Berry and launched Wheels for Changewith help from his city’s mayor in 2018. Kevin even wrote about meeting Mayor Berry and how important it was to learn from him and others around him: “If you have a good idea, be bold, establish clear goals, and take action. It also helps to surround yourself with smart people with experience who become a good team, contribute, and make things happen.”


Sharing stories, spreading hope: On the one year anniversary of the Parkland school shooting, another group of teens are sharing their experiences with violence. The teens attend Castlemont High School in East Oakland, California, and are members of an Oakland-based violence intervention program called Youth ALIVE!While they haven’t experienced the kind of mass shooting that garners lots of media attention, the shooting rate in certain Oakland neighborhoods averaged to about one homicide per week. Now, they’re speaking out in the hopes of increasing the spotlight on their cause.

“We might not see all of our friends die at the same time, but we’re definitely seeing people fade away to the same fate, just on multiple occasions,” Gabriel Patten, 18, told NPR. “You’re like, I just hope I make the right decisions today.”


A lightbulb-moment: After one fateful shopping trip in 2015, Dana Marlowe of Silver Spring, Md. had a eureka moment: “Homeless women need bras.” After that realization she began “I Support the Girls,” a nonprofit that provides women in need with bras and personal hygiene products. In the past four years she’s donated more than half a million bras and 2.5 million personal hygiene items.

Then at the beginning of 2019, Marlowe had a new group of women who needed her help—federal employees affected by the government shutdown. She was able to support nearly 100 women, mostly single parents, whose finances were stretched especially tight during that month without a paycheck.

“A bra is one of many small luxuries that most women take for granted,” Marlowe told theWashington Post, “and if you don’t have these things, you think about them all the time. To take away that worry for as many women as possible is what keeps me going. It makes all of the long hours and hard work worthwhile.”

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Just now, dontlooknow said:

No I'll look it up for you. 

You go ahead. Meanwhile, I'll continue working with actual homeless people daily. 😂

 

There's two kinds of homeless. True mentally ill or those who drank and drugged themselves into mental illness. 

 

Virtually none of them are capable of functioning in a job setting. 

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4 minutes ago, DeepBreath said:

Thinking homeless need an opportunity are brought to you by people ghat have NEVER worked with the homeless in their lives. 😂

No I worked with the homeless before. 

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1 minute ago, dontlooknow said:

No I worked with the homeless before. 

We had a program similar to this and we don't have it no more cause we have no homeless people now. Most we got treatment for drug addictions and mental problems. I have vast experience with working with homeless people. 

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Thank Imaginary God that homo sapiens is a doomed species. After the naked ape self-suicides by becoming sterile and the Final Dissolution of Man is complete, let's hope that Mother Terra raises-up and evolves a better-quality sentient specimen capable of shepherding the planet and its fellow creatures back to ecological (and mental) health. 

 

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Teaching a man that he can battle these addictions is key. Prison just treaches them how to become a better thief. Most homeless people are not thieves. 

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