Monday, May 13, 2013 1:29:31 PM
"making the assumption that I am one" I never meant to call you a f*ck up, I said "on this one... you were a f*ck up" meaning you screwed up THIS TIME, not that you personally are a f*ck up. Does that make any sense? Sorry if it came across with more offense than intended. (I'll admit I did intend some offense, as I was somewhat offended by your disparaging characterizations of him based primarily on baseless and likely inaccurate assumptions.)
"you still missing the point of him doing this at 3am with another persons truck" Perhaps 3am is the best time to see the buildings lit up with no traffic or pedestrians in the way? No laws against it. Another person`s truck? So what? He had permission to use it, just like the house. What am I missing?
Anyway... I`m sure we can agree that this story was very poorly written, leaving a lot of questions unanswered and subject to interpretation. How about we just leave it at that, eh?
Monday, May 13, 2013 1:09:29 PM
Ok, peakingo, I must graciously agree to disagree.
"having no home or permanent place of residence" Permanency has nothing to do with it. Is there a roof over your head? Can you reasonably expect that same roof tomorrow and the foreseeable future? Then you are not homeless.
"shouldn't be forced to leave on a moments notice." And yet that happens to renters and tenants and roommates every day. Doesn`t mean they were homeless.
""Most likely" is not a definite statement or presumption" But it IS a presumption. It presumes a STRONG PROBABILITY as opposed to the mere possibility.
"I lived in friends house for 5 months" Then for that 5 months you were NOT homeless. Period. Fyi dude, THIS is homeless: