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Any homeless here?
general mishka
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11-08-2018 07:34 PM

 



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RE: Any homeless here?
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550k homeless in the USA, first increase in 10 years
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-42248999
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11-08-2018 07:37 PM

 



Post: #32
RE: Any homeless here?
general mishka  Wrote: (11-08-2018 07:34 PM)
550k homeless in the USA, first increase in 10 years
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-42248999

Justice department, banks and mortgage companies responsible for forcing many into homelessness. Alot more than 550k in the usa i'm certain.
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general mishka
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11-08-2018 08:33 PM

 



Post: #33
RE: Any homeless here?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-08-2018 07:37 PM)
general mishka  Wrote: (11-08-2018 07:34 PM)
550k homeless in the USA, first increase in 10 years
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-42248999

Justice department, banks and mortgage companies responsible for forcing many into homelessness. Alot more than 550k in the usa i'm certain.

You are right! We are totally under reporting our homeless

4 years ago I lived in a town of 17k in Wisconsin. The 4 largest Churches got together and housed 40 homeless. Each week a rotation, the homeless would sleep on cots in the Church buildings. I was told MANY more wanted to get in that, but the Churches only accepted the 40 most needy. If my math is right, if there were 40 homeless per 17k, we would have 850k homeless in the USA.

Lets say there were 20 more accepted, that would put the number over 1.2 million

So the number must be very high nationwide if we consider that county i speak of has lots of cheap housing, and VERY low unemployment.
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11-08-2018 08:48 PM

 



Post: #34
RE: Any homeless here?
general mishka  Wrote: (11-08-2018 08:33 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-08-2018 07:37 PM)
Justice department, banks and mortgage companies responsible for forcing many into homelessness. Alot more than 550k in the usa i'm certain.

You are right! We are totally under reporting our homeless

4 years ago I lived in a town of 17k in Wisconsin. The 4 largest Churches got together and housed 40 homeless. Each week a rotation, the homeless would sleep on cots in the Church buildings. I was told MANY more wanted to get in that, but the Churches only accepted the 40 most needy. If my math is right, if there were 40 homeless per 17k, we would have 850k homeless in the USA.

Lets say there were 20 more accepted, that would put the number over 1.2 million

So the number must be very high nationwide if we consider that county i speak of has lots of cheap housing, and VERY low unemployment.

It's not hard to have a county with low unemployment when the people's unemployment benefits run out. Then..those people are considered "out of the work force" and are no longer counted as unemployed simply because the benefits ran out. Even tho they are still unemployed. This is how they are getting such low unemployment rates. Cutting out those who no longer receive benefits but are still not working.
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general mishka
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11-08-2018 09:03 PM

 



Post: #35
RE: Any homeless here?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-08-2018 08:48 PM)
general mishka  Wrote: (11-08-2018 08:33 PM)
You are right! We are totally under reporting our homeless

4 years ago I lived in a town of 17k in Wisconsin. The 4 largest Churches got together and housed 40 homeless. Each week a rotation, the homeless would sleep on cots in the Church buildings. I was told MANY more wanted to get in that, but the Churches only accepted the 40 most needy. If my math is right, if there were 40 homeless per 17k, we would have 850k homeless in the USA.

Lets say there were 20 more accepted, that would put the number over 1.2 million

So the number must be very high nationwide if we consider that county i speak of has lots of cheap housing, and VERY low unemployment.

It's not hard to have a county with low unemployment when the people's unemployment benefits run out. Then..those people are considered "out of the work force" and are no longer counted as unemployed simply because the benefits ran out. Even tho they are still unemployed. This is how they are getting such low unemployment rates. Cutting out those who no longer receive benefits but are still not working.

Excellent point
The unemployment rate doesn't capture all the unemployed

I mentioned that rate because there are still lots of low wage jobs available in that county, and even at sub $10/hr someone can afford housing....unlike other parts of the country
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11-08-2018 09:14 PM

 



Post: #36
RE: Any homeless here?
general mishka  Wrote: (11-08-2018 09:03 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-08-2018 08:48 PM)
It's not hard to have a county with low unemployment when the people's unemployment benefits run out. Then..those people are considered "out of the work force" and are no longer counted as unemployed simply because the benefits ran out. Even tho they are still unemployed. This is how they are getting such low unemployment rates. Cutting out those who no longer receive benefits but are still not working.

Excellent point
The unemployment rate doesn't capture all the unemployed

I mentioned that rate because there are still lots of low wage jobs available in that county, and even at sub $10/hr someone can afford housing....unlike other parts of the country

That was 4 years ago..is it still that way or are they going to be building manufacturing or industrial plants in the area?

I see what you are saying and it would be nice if every state who claimed to have "affordable housing" had affordable wages which could pay for it.
The "affordable housing" in nys is only really affordable to dual citizens or wealthy immigrants.
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general mishka
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11-08-2018 09:18 PM

 



Post: #37
RE: Any homeless here?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-08-2018 09:14 PM)
general mishka  Wrote: (11-08-2018 09:03 PM)
Excellent point
The unemployment rate doesn't capture all the unemployed

I mentioned that rate because there are still lots of low wage jobs available in that county, and even at sub $10/hr someone can afford housing....unlike other parts of the country

That was 4 years ago..is it still that way or are they going to be building manufacturing or industrial plants in the area?

I see what you are saying and it would be nice if every state who claimed to have "affordable housing" had affordable wages which could pay for it.
The "affordable housing" in nys is only really affordable to dual citizens or wealthy immigrants.

I go there once a year to see friends
Still lots of old houses that are sub 50k, livable 2 bedroom apts for less than $600/mo
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11-08-2018 09:21 PM

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Post: #38
RE: Any homeless here?
Foxes have dens and birds have nests, but the Son of Man has no place to lay his head.

They will find many armies to test them, but none to resist.
They will come in their shining ships to conquer and destroy,
Barbarians of gold and feathers and serpents of fire.
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general mishka
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11-08-2018 09:27 PM

 



Post: #39
RE: Any homeless here?
Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (11-08-2018 09:21 PM)
Foxes have dens and birds have nests, but the Son of Man has no place to lay his head.

Matthew 8:19 And a certain scribe came, and said unto him, Master, I will follow thee whithersoever thou goest.

Matthew 8:20 And Jesus saith unto him, The foxes have holes, and the birds of the air have nests; but the Son of man hath not where to lay his head.


Adam Clarke
Verse 19
A certain scribe - Though ἑις γραμματευς, One scribe, may be considered as a Hebraism, yet it is probable that the literal construction of it was intended, to show that few of this class came to the Lord Jesus for instruction or salvation.
Master - Rather, teacher, διδασκαλε from διδασκω, I teach, which itself seems to be derived from δεικω, I show, and means the person who shows or points out a particular way or science.
I will follow thee whithersoever thou goest - A man who is not illuminated by the Spirit of God thinks himself capable of any thing: he alone who is divinely taught knows he can do nothing but through Christ strengthening him. Every teacher among the Jews had disciples, and some especially that followed or accompanied them wherever they went, that they might have some person at hand with whom they might converse concerning the Divine law.

Verse 20
The foxes have holes, etc. - Reader! art thou a poor man? and dost thou fear God? Then, what comfort must thou derive from the thought, that thou so nearly resemblest the Lord Jesus! But how unlike is the rich man, who is the votary of pleasure and slave of sin, to this heavenly pattern!
Son of man - A Hebrew phrase, expressive of humiliation and debasement; and, on that account, applied emphatically to himself, by the meek and lowly Jesus. Besides, it seems here to be used to point out the incarnation of the Son of God, according to the predictions of the prophets, Psalm 8:5; Daniel 7:13. And as our Lord was now showing forth his eternal Divinity in the miracles he wrought, he seems studious to prove to them the certainty of his incarnation, because on this depended the atonement for sin. Indeed our Lord seems more intent on giving the proofs of his humanity, than of his divinity, the latter being necessarily manifested by the miracles which he was continually working.
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11-08-2018 10:18 PM

 



Post: #40
RE: Any homeless here?
general mishka  Wrote: (11-08-2018 09:18 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-08-2018 09:14 PM)
That was 4 years ago..is it still that way or are they going to be building manufacturing or industrial plants in the area?

I see what you are saying and it would be nice if every state who claimed to have "affordable housing" had affordable wages which could pay for it.
The "affordable housing" in nys is only really affordable to dual citizens or wealthy immigrants.

I go there once a year to see friends
Still lots of old houses that are sub 50k, livable 2 bedroom apts for less than $600/mo

Might be a good place to move to?
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11-08-2018 11:29 PM

 



Post: #41
RE: Any homeless here?
notice most homeless are in California where they legalized dope
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11-08-2018 11:31 PM

 



Post: #42
RE: Any homeless here?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-08-2018 11:29 PM)
notice most homeless are in California where they legalized dope

No..there's a competing number in ny. Really.
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general mishka
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11-09-2018 12:12 AM

 



Post: #43
RE: Any homeless here?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-08-2018 10:18 PM)
general mishka  Wrote: (11-08-2018 09:18 PM)
I go there once a year to see friends
Still lots of old houses that are sub 50k, livable 2 bedroom apts for less than $600/mo

Might be a good place to move to?
The nicest people you will ever meet too
A small town in Northern WI is a great place to live, but it gets boring during the winter


for a little bit more you can move to Green Bay, Appleton or Wausau
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Persephone
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11-09-2018 12:27 AM

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abduct RE: Any homeless here?
I was once homeless because I walked in on my father-in-law with my husband and they were messing with my weight loss formula, paying off my divorce lawyer. So I can relate to your problem and I hope you get yourself a minivan or something.
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11-09-2018 12:44 AM

 



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