posted on Feb, 17 2011 @ 08:10 PM
I don't agree with your perspective. There's no doubt i feel bad for the man if his plight is genuine. But i have personally gone homeless before, and
never went as far as robbing someone under threat of death or violence, like i just saw.
I was lucky after weeks of living outside in the cold central-canadian winters, i found a friend who helped me, i stayed there for 3 months and got
back on my feet. That feels like a lifetime ago now, although it was only a couple years. I have a nice place, a car, im on my brand new computer now.
I am trying to say, the man needs to find a way to feed his kids without risking the lives of other people who are quite possibly struggling as hard
as he is.
Edit: my second paragraph was to explain that hard work and perseverance pay off. If he is ill or unable to work to feed his kids, and by appearance
he is in his 50's or older, then perhaps he should have been more responsible when bringing kids into the world in his 40's, and obviously not being
financially stable at that age.
edit on 17-2-2011 by donkeystyle because: (no reason given)