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« Reply #20 on: October 26, 2008, 10:08:38 AM »

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My cousin lived in a neighborhood where you made sure you had you stuff out of the car and left the door unlocked. Otherwise they would break out the windows to see what was worth locking up  shocked
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« Reply #21 on: October 26, 2008, 11:26:39 AM »

JP,
My cousin lived in a neighborhood where you made sure you had you stuff out of the car and left the door unlocked. Otherwise they would break out the windows to see what was worth locking up  shocked

If they see it and want it, they will take it, barrier or not. Thieves are lower than scum IMO, unless its people stealing food because they are starving.


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« Reply #22 on: October 26, 2008, 07:14:18 PM »

JP,
My cousin lived in a neighborhood where you made sure you had you stuff out of the car and left the door unlocked. Otherwise they would break out the windows to see what was worth locking up  shocked

If they see it and want it, they will take it, barrier or not. Thieves are lower than scum IMO, unless its people stealing food because they are starving.


...JP

Steal my food and I'll give you a meal of lead, ask for it and I'll give you a chair at the dinner table.
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« Reply #23 on: October 26, 2008, 11:20:33 PM »

JP,
My cousin lived in a neighborhood where you made sure you had you stuff out of the car and left the door unlocked. Otherwise they would break out the windows to see what was worth locking up  shocked

If they see it and want it, they will take it, barrier or not. Thieves are lower than scum IMO, unless its people stealing food because they are starving.


...JP

Steal my food and I'll give you a meal of lead, ask for it and I'll give you a chair at the dinner table.

I know it doesn't make it right that someone would steal if they are starving Brian, but if they do IMO it doesn't make them scum. I'm thinking of some little kid right now that has only eaten a piece of bread the last two days and is turned away, not that this would be the norm, but what if this were the case?


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« Reply #24 on: October 27, 2008, 09:39:36 AM »

JP, I think the point that Brian is trying to make is:  no matter what, one can always ask if they are hungry, asking bears a very powerful message, stealing anything, even food, bears a powerful message too.  Know anyone that would turn down a crying little child asking for food?  Have a most wonderful and awesome day, Cindi
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« Reply #25 on: October 27, 2008, 10:55:31 AM »

In my job, I rub shoulders w/ the very poor on a daily basis. I will often get "panhandled" by clients sayiing they need bus money or food or medicine. I dont give cash. I have bought food, asked DR friends for samples and purchased bus tickets, but never money. Once I fed a homeless women who was just a wreck. She ate two cups of soup, 3 slices of pizza and coffee our first lunch together. I also saw her slip the last piece of pizza in her pants to take with her. I wound up having lunch w/ her once a week for about 3 yrs. One winter, she dissapeared. After a week or two, I sougfht out a local beat cop and asked him about her. He said she froze to death under an overpass. They had found her just "yesterday" was his comment. I used my connections, got a hold of the medical examiner and found out she would be cremated as homeless. I took up a collection at work and we had her buried. In a twist of irony, she had an obit in the paper paid for by a family member. the obit said she was loved by "dozens" of friends and family. Soo, where were they while I was feeding her? This stuff can drive you crazy.

and yes, stealing is the lowest form of crime. It is unfortunetely too easy for many.
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« Reply #26 on: October 27, 2008, 11:40:05 AM »

In my job, I rub shoulders w/ the very poor on a daily basis. I will often get "panhandled" by clients sayiing they need bus money or food or medicine. I dont give cash. I have bought food, asked DR friends for samples and purchased bus tickets, but never money. Once I fed a homeless women who was just a wreck. She ate two cups of soup, 3 slices of pizza and coffee our first lunch together. I also saw her slip the last piece of pizza in her pants to take with her. I wound up having lunch w/ her once a week for about 3 yrs. One winter, she dissapeared. After a week or two, I sougfht out a local beat cop and asked him about her. He said she froze to death under an overpass. They had found her just "yesterday" was his comment. I used my connections, got a hold of the medical examiner and found out she would be cremated as homeless. I took up a collection at work and we had her buried. In a twist of irony, she had an obit in the paper paid for by a family member. the obit said she was loved by "dozens" of friends and family. Soo, where were they while I was feeding her? This stuff can drive you crazy.

and yes, stealing is the lowest form of crime. It is unfortunetely too easy for many.
I think of you as a great person with a heart of gold.
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« Reply #27 on: October 27, 2008, 04:26:31 PM »

JP,
My cousin lived in a neighborhood where you made sure you had you stuff out of the car and left the door unlocked. Otherwise they would break out the windows to see what was worth locking up  shocked

If they see it and want it, they will take it, barrier or not. Thieves are lower than scum IMO, unless its people stealing food because they are starving.


A lock only keeps an honest man out

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