What An Ugly Nation That Is In Some Serious Need For Some Enlightenment

Redlands, California
September 13, 2017 1:34pm CST
Second Time I seen a article about the homeless in the past week. One about how the city of Anaheim is being being bombarded by homeless people. They are camping out by the Santa Ana River Trail, close to Angel Stadium. The city wants to relocate them of course. Not because they are worried about them.. It is a huge stain on the city where so many go to Disneyland or come to watch the Angels play. Definitely no angels in this story. Then, my hometown, as a homeless person was stabbed in broad daylight. Someone said the homeless man died, but police have not confirmed. The two articles comments section were pretty bad. Plus, no one hardly ever comments on my local paper, by not in this case. Hardly anyone cared about the homeless man being stabbed and if he lived or not. The jewel of the Inland Empire is becoming a homeless haven and what has happened To Redlands? They are so happy they are moving back to their conservative red states where everyone works and loves each other. Biggest BS I ever heard, but am happy for you, BA-BYE!!!!!!!! And take your crappy attitude with you. Do not let the door hit you in the ass on the way out. You can see why this problem never gets fixed. I wonder if people realize how ugly they sound.and these attitudes are indeed the biggest problem that contributes to why so many are becoming homeless. They wonder why they do not just work? Would you work for you if you treated yourself that way? As if it were that simple anyway, just an excuse by the well off to not have to deal with the problem. For such a religious nation or at least claims to be, it seems the vast majority have no sense of enlightenment. Who can blame them? They are so busy working so they do not become homeless themselves. Who has time for enlightenment? For they know how they treat homeless people and they do not want to find out what it feels like. Many do not even want to see what it looks like. Can't fix anything if you do not know what the problem is. Let the ugly comments commence.
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• Germany
13 Sep
Gosh! One thing for sure is that I`m not that ugly commenters here
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• Redlands, California
14 Sep
Good to hear, nice to see your are not one of those people. Hope there is more hiding out there like you.
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• Germany
15 Sep
@crossbones27 ..Don`t worry a lot of good commenters here than the bad ones!
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• Redlands, California
15 Sep
@m_audrey6788 Yes, Mylot is mostly good commenters.
@teamfreak16 (31923)
• Colorado Springs, Colorado
13 Sep
What people fail to see is that it's extremely hard to get a job, especially without a phone or physical address.
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• Redlands, California
14 Sep
So true, like I keep telling people. It is not like the old days where you can just go get a job. If you been out of work for more than 6 months to a year. Pretty much forget about it getting hired anywhere, unless you really are a genius or have deep connections. Not to mention no one really ever hires homeless people even if they get all cleaned up. Oh, so you have no where to stay, Means will have a hard time making it to work. Next. We hired a homeless kid one time, was living in a hotel, but only like 2 days a week because that is all he could afford on the crap wages we were paying him. He tried to explain to the higher ups and their answer was, not our problem. Make it everyday on time or we will let you go. Lasted about another 3 days and was indeed let go. The mindset is baffling. No point in working if you still cannot afford to live in this country.
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@Kandae11 (21975)
13 Sep
So many people from less developed countries go through all kinds of hardships to get to the United States and live there. What they don't seem to realize is that the grass isn't always greener on the other side. Some years ago I was very surprised that there are so many homeless in the United States.
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