Survival Guide to Homelessness

No matter where you go, there you are.

Wednesday, March 02, 2005

A Note to International Readers

This blog is heavy on advice that works in America. This isn't because I am an egocentric American that doesn't realize that not everyone is from Los Angeles. It's just because I only write about what I know, and I haven't been most other places. If I talk about a solution like the Automobile Association of America (AAA) and you have some alternative for another part of the world, please, I implore you to share it.

That's what comments are for.

3 Comments:

At 7:34 PM, Blogger Jon said...

I've just spent a very rewarding hour reading your blog. I am wondering if I've gotten to see all of your articles. Unlike most blogs, you don't have an "Archives" sidebar with previous months' links. Are all of your posts listed in "Contents"? The three articles currently on your main page don't seem to appear there. Thanks for all the good info.

 
At 1:30 PM, Blogger aarondavidscholz. said...

Very similar to your AAA, here in Canada, the CAA are a lovely bunch of people. Definetely a great company to sign up with. The local gas station in my area of the city swipes your CAA card for more minutes free.

 
At 8:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,
I am a twenty two year old male who will be hitting "rock bottom" starting January 3, 2006 this site is very informative and think of me when your reading this. I have other options than being homeless but i have been a crack dealer for a year and made no real profit because once again i was spending all my money on hotels and food. I am taking this route because its the honest thing to do. I feel bad for ruining peoples lives and putting them on the streets that I myself have put myself in their shoes to legally work my way up from the bottom. Its a personal challenge but i have been here before and im still alive. I need all the support I can get so if you want to chat i will check my email regualarly just put the subject How are things. All i need to survive is a few caring individuals who want to ask my how things are going and to keep on trucking be strong and have faith. I thank the lord for this site and i thank the creator for enduring such hardships to make it available for me to use myself. thank you.

Ryan
Pantera_421@hotmail.com
Fort Sask, AB, Canada

 

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