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eridani Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Apr-04-08 04:53 AM
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67. Before the 80s, homelessness was rare where I lived, and the few that were homeless
--were either really screwed up or just preferred being on the move. It's just sickening to see the how normalized it's become since then--Seattle has a school for homeless kids, and the assumption is that it's unavoidable to have homeless kids so we'd best get used to a permanent solution for their education.
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