had98c: schemy: Katolu: had98c: As someone who's currently living out of his car, I'm getting a kick out of these replies.Wait, dude, what? Where are you located? I ain't rich but I can help a Farker out.THISI'm in New Mexico. I'll be fine. Just have to save up for a couple more weeks from my job at Wally World so I can move into a new place.
schemy: had98c: schemy: Katolu: had98c: As someone who's currently living out of his car, I'm getting a kick out of these replies.Wait, dude, what? Where are you located? I ain't rich but I can help a Farker out.THISI'm in New Mexico. I'll be fine. Just have to save up for a couple more weeks from my job at Wally World so I can move into a new place.Good luck to you. I've been there. It will get better.
jaytkay: Mugato: Old people have a lot of sex with other old people. Seniors neighborhoods make it convenient to pop over to visit your neighbour for a little of her "home cooking".I could have happily lived out the rest of my life without that visual.[lh6.googleusercontent.com image 641x569]/ Sleep tight!
Go Fornicate Without a Partner: cretinbob: Go Fornicate Without a Partner: TheEvilOne23: Here is whats happening. The parents are letting the kids run wild on the property, go to the pool, piss and poop in it. Generally act like hood rats with no supervision. Management got pissed and had enough. Found a loop hole to get the welfare queens out. "Stop acting like welfare is a windfall" is what one asshat spewed. These queens get Welfare, AFDC, Section 8...they are smoking their Pall Malls, eating out, while their crotch fruit makes holy hell on everyone around them. Good for the Motel. Got them out. There are two sides to every story.FINALLY. A voice of reason. Is it just me, or is reality and pragmatic observation being replaced with polarized, extreme partisan-vomit? Having worked at every level of subsidized childcare for a decade, I got to know the mentality all too well. You have described the scenario that unfolds 85% of the time you give an inch. The entitlement mentality amongst welfare dynasties is nearly identical to that of trust fund babies. The middle class is the only thing holding our society together. Too bad it wasn't more incentive-driven to obtain middle class status.[t.qkme.me image 310x294]did my opinion (which is mine, not yours, btw) offend your sensiblities? Or is white-knighting for the downtrodden just part of how you perceive your ego? Jumping straight to name-calling is usually a sign of low intelligence. Which makes the retard language quite ironic.
RodneyToady: The family said the motel sent them and other families a letter saying they didn't want children living there anymore because it plans to convert into a 55+ community.They're not being kicked out for an arbitrary reason. There's a carve-out in discrimination law for retirement communities.I'm not a lawyer, but it seems like there's a weird area when it comes to living in a motel. It's not a real apartment, but if you're there for months on end, it's not a short stay, either.That's the legal aspect. From an interpersonal standpoint, I'd probably give those with kids in school until the end of the school year to move, if it's feasible.
Fade2black: My wife and I get trust fun money next month from the grandparents who passed away. Low six figures. Poor people would blow it on hookers and blow, or buy a new car and party like it's 1999.We got a financial advisor and figured out we can turn $150,000 into retiring within 10 years, because of my extensive construction background and the fact that we can build a 2ksq. ft. house for $100k, appraise it at 500-600k, home equity loan it for ~400, and build 3-4 more homes and either sell em, or rent.Yes, some poor people are poor because of hardship. But only an idiot would be naive enough to think that statistically a huge amount of low income people are low income because they are awful about the choices they make in their life. Unless you plan on donating a substantial amount of your income to these people, if you believe they're so good with their money...I would imagine that you can stable your high horse for now. Most sane people understand your position is untrue and inaccurate.
Fade2black: LouDobbsAwaaaay: Mugato: Fade2black: My wife and I get trust fun money next month from the grandparents who passed away. Low six figures. Poor people would blow it on hookers and blow, or buy a new car and party like it's 1999.Wow. I hope they got your good side when they took your "definition of insufferable douchebag" picture for the dictionary.Agreed. The very definition of being born on third base, and thinking he hit a triple.I didn't state anywhere about being born on 3rd base.
Coastalgrl: Voiceofreason01: Chibi Shinigami: Yeah, these kids need an apartment with more space.How do they cook in these apartments? Is there a kitchen? I assume it's a typical one room hotel room...that's not appropriate.Also, I've lived in 7 different apartments in my life. Not one has required a last month's rent. You only have to pay rent when you move in, of course, for the upcoming month, and the security deposit. My security deposit at this place was $99 and that's about typical in my experience. I have lived in several cities and this has been consistent throughout.First and last months rent is common in low rent buildings especially for tenants who can't pass a credit check.First and Last Months' rent plus security deposit is common in the North East. I encountered it all over RI and MA where rents are typically $1500-$1800 for a 1 bedroom. My current FL apartment only wanted a security deposit and first months rent to move in. I am comfortably living on grad student wage in contrast to when I was working full time in MA, living in RI and making some coin. I was on a strict budget to make ends meet.In OR, I think there was only a security deposit + first month (which is the only place I got screwed out of it so far) and MS only wanted security + first month.
namegoeshere: thenumber5: the people that live full time in these place are the ones who make too much for such "Safety Nets" but for what ever reason cant live in a normal apartment building/duplex/home.The safety nets are full. There is a four year waiting list for section 8 housing in my city. They are just now processing applications filed in 2008. In LA the wait can be up to ten years.
ornithopter: namegoeshere: thenumber5: the people that live full time in these place are the ones who make too much for such "Safety Nets" but for what ever reason cant live in a normal apartment building/duplex/home.The safety nets are full. There is a four year waiting list for section 8 housing in my city. They are just now processing applications filed in 2008. In LA the wait can be up to ten years.Connecticut won't even let people sign up to the waiting list anymore.
No Such Agency: Why on earth would you live in a motel for months, that costs more than renting an apartment or even paying a mortgage on your own house. This is why i hate my taxes going to welfare, these people just don't bother to manage their money.
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