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During the summer.. do you have to go to meetings and trainings and such?

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General Discussion / Re: A Good Solution to HOMELESSNESS
« on: Today at 02:03:13 PM »
Here in the bay, we have homeless workers that their salary may be more than you and I.  It is not because they can't afford housing but refuses to pay $3000 a month for a place.  They line up Google streets n just live off their car or rv.  High tech companies have showers and gym so no need for room n board necessity. 

Can be done and save up a bunch of money to come up to buy a decent house in the valley for 1/3 the cost and then just commute to wk. 

Homeless but yet, richer than u n I. 

These people makes good project management cuz they got the living situation down.  There's even a YouTube azn gal that teaches you how to live out your car.

Not for all but then again, even camping is not for all either.

Yep true that.

There was one guy who owned 4 houses that he rents out as room and board.  He told me how he does it.  He owns 4 homes with 3 rooms each. charges 800 per room.  He sleeps in his car. That's 2400 a home x3, 7200 a month.  That was 2 years ago, and his plans at the time were to get a bigger home so he can do shared rooms and charge same amount... Dudes making tons of money just renting out rooms.  All he has to do is stop by once a week to make sure everything is working properly.

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General Discussion / Re: A Good Solution to HOMELESSNESS
« on: July 19, 2019, 10:49:28 PM »
There is the legal version of homelessness; i.e. someone who does not have a permanent address and may be couchsurfing or living in a motel/hotel.

There are people who are experiencing homelessness while trying to find a job.

There are people who are chronically homeless due to health.

And then there's people who's lifestyle are homeless.

Do people ever choose to become homeless? I don't think so.  But do people choose to stay homeless? The answer is YES.  Before anyone picks up their pitchforks and torches.  There is truth to this.  No bills, no rent, no utility, no responsibiliti es whatsoever.  For many, SSI allows them to get between 700-1100 a month doing NOTHING.  They also get a free phone if they have MediCal.

Some people also get free housing from VofA in addition to the SSI..  So free housing + 1100 a month + free phone and no responsibiliti es. 

I've learned through working with people on parole, it goes one step further.  Several conditions that parolees have to abide by are not applied to homeless.  Often, parolees are required to be home by a certain hour (usually 9 or 10pm), have to get a job or go to a training program, and also have an area restriction ( 50 mile from their residence).. If you're homeless, You don't have a curfew, you often aren't required to go to the program, and you might have that area restriction but it's from the county lines.

No one chooses to go homeless. But many choose not to get out of homelessness.  It's not easy getting out of homelessness, but resources are available.  Many choose not to care.  Here in Sacramento, there are programs  from the county that will supply you with bus passes and donated clothes for interviews. free programs that helps you form your resume.  And there are dozens of temp agencies just waiting to throw you into a job. 

There are also plenty of housing available through room and boards.

And while they are trying to get back on their feet.  Here in Sacramento, there are specific places they can go to for free hot meal, daily showers and lockers, and laundry. 

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General Discussion / Re: A Good Solution to HOMELESSNESS
« on: July 19, 2019, 03:32:30 PM »
I will answer in detail later but there is no simple solution for homelessness.

As duma said there's different types of homelessness.  There's legal definition. Chronic homelessness, chronic w/ mental or physical incapabilities and then there's lifestyle homelessness.

If they're lifestyle is homelessness. Well. Not much you can do at that point.

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General Discussion / Re: So looking forward to Brenda Song
« on: July 14, 2019, 12:08:53 PM »
This reminds me of those many black films that reveals everything in the trailer.

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Pro Sports Discussion / Re: NBA TALK
« on: July 12, 2019, 12:29:22 AM »
WOW. WTF IS GOING ON!

Westbrook reuniting with Harden.
Durant and Irving to the nets.

Warriors implosion...  damn..   

Crazy offseason. 

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General Discussion / Re: Allknighters - A new Hmong boy band
« on: July 11, 2019, 09:22:59 PM »
You're right, starchaser1989 .  I do give them credit for creating a song that has a good melody, good lyrics, good vibes, and choosing to go with the pop music genre for this song.  You're right that it's better that they are doing something positive like making music rather than doing other negative things that teenagers can be doing.  I do wonder what their next song will be like.  I hope someone has pointed out to them that they need to work on their pronunciation of Hmong and English words.  Hopefully they've heard this critique and have been made aware so that their next song will be even better.

good melody. lyrics.. vibes?  I guess we're listening to different songs.

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General Discussion / Re: Black Mermaid?
« on: July 11, 2019, 09:21:47 PM »
I prefer the ginger mermaid..  makes sense that her skin would be white since atlantis is at the bottom of the sea.  No light hitting it.

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The Single & Dating Scenes / Re: I Love Hmong Boys
« on: July 11, 2019, 12:17:00 AM »
I totally agree!  I only asked Anonymouse "where" because he said I needed to know where to look.

But it's been my experience that you can't find the right person by looking. The right person usually comes to you by accident, by mistake, or by chance, when you're not even looking.

:D  You can't find him if you are always looking for Hmong boys. 

Well, when your expectations are too high, it's hard to find a person.  You have to be willing to start at the beginning of the story, not at the end.  Can't skip it like that.

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The Single & Dating Scenes / Re: I Love Hmong Boys
« on: July 11, 2019, 12:15:32 AM »
Your filter is on, not mine.  I'm an adult so it does not bother me or my church much to see words for adults. 

Like adopted Korean tends not to date one another.  A white wash person are acting white cuz they trying to get a white person but here's the irony.  If you white, why would you want a white imitation white wash when you can get the real thing? 

People do things without thinking but that's fine.  They just need to learn it the hard way.

I see swear words just fine.  Weird, maybe it's a feature of the quote system?

Hey, as long as they are happy.. Or you know, just not bothering me. duck it. who cares.  If they aren't out there killing people, committing crime, or annoying me.  Go ahead, be them.

I appreciate everything you said, Anonymouse!  And I agree.

Yes, I'd prefer a perfect Hmong "man" that has everything that I want.  Yes, I know that even if they are Hmong, they may not know, practice, or care about the same "Hmong" things that I care about.  Yes, I know I can't limit myself to just Hmong men.  Yes, I know other non-Hmong men can learn about and appreciate the Hmong culture even if they are not Hmong.

So, question for you then. Where can a single woman find a single, successful, responsible man who has a steady job, can support the family, has goals, loving, respectful, etc?

No such thing as perfect. Everyone has flaws, everyone comes with baggage.  Shouldn't limit. You can limit.. but shouldn't.   You know these things, but then why do you do them?

Oh question for me.  That guy is everywhere.  Go outside, get off PH. You can find him in a library, coffeeshop, bookstore.  You can find him sitting at a park, a comedy club.   You can find this kind of guy just about anywhere.  You might find him at a club, at some party, or some concert. We exist, we are everywhere.  Chances are, one of us pass by you all the time, but you blow us off cause we aren't your Hmong boy. 

Nice good guys and girls are everywhere.  You can say you want it, but when it comes down to it. You really don't cause you are attractive to another type.  No shame.  You hear it all the time. The guy who says I want a good girl, manners, blah blah blah. But he's always dating a rude arrogant lady.  Or the girl who always complains about the abusive shithead boyfriend but keeps chasing after those kind of guys.

That line. "Chicks dig the badboy type." Yea that's a thing and that's the problem.  Nice guys are everywhere, you just don't notice them.

-  You want a good guy who has a secured job. He's probably busy working and saving money.  There's that, or someone else already caught him and you lost your chance. OR OR, The nice guy does exist, it's just, when he was growing and becoming a man, you blew him off for another boy.

My advice..  You can't jump straight to the finish line.  Sometimes you have to begin at the beginning of the book, game, movie, race, etc. and work your way to that finish line or product.

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The Single & Dating Scenes / Re: I Love Hmong Boys
« on: July 10, 2019, 11:36:18 PM »
A perfect hmong guy for her is a mirror images of herself.   I don't even know where to begin.  I see white wash hmong people but do white wash hmong people date each other?

DUMA. do you have a profanity filter on?  It says duckboys in your quote, but i typed duckboy. :/  lol.

I doubt White wash Hmong people even acknowledge eachother.  But you bring up an interesting thought.  Typically, a whitewashed hmong person would be judgmenetal and not want anything to do with Hmong people.  What would they say if they found out the other person is also whitewashed?  Argue who's more whitewashed?

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The Single & Dating Scenes / Re: Donít be yourself
« on: July 10, 2019, 11:33:17 PM »
:knuppel2:  I'd rather a person tell me the truth than lie to me.  If you're doing nothing just say "I'm not doing anything at the moment."  Don't lie.

I'm with you on this one. I don't have time for stupid kid games.  Be real, be honest, be you.  And if that's too scary or too much work, then bye. :)

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The Single & Dating Scenes / Re: I Love Hmong Boys
« on: July 10, 2019, 11:29:12 PM »
^ I agree to an extent.  Don't short yourself out by only going for Hmong people.  I'm not saying that everyone needs to date other races, but don't limit yourself to only Hmong guys. 


I love my Hmong boys, and I'll tell you why.

Because Hmong boys eat rice like me.  They grew up on pork and zaub ntsuab soup, boiled chicken (qaib vom), and know about and have ate qaib with Hmong herbs, and other common Hmong dishes, including pepper with cilantro/onion/lime.  There is just such a comforting feeling in knowing that you have a deep connection with each other because you grew up on the same food.  I love that I can conversate in Hmong with my Hmong boys. Even if they speak English more, they still understand and can speak Hmong with me.  They know what it's like when Hmong people ua neeb and hu plig even if they and I may not practice doing those things.  They know how Hmong parties are: chaotic, crowded, lively, and filled with lots of good food.  They know how annoying "Hmong time" can be but know that it's to be expected.  They are familiar with the Hmong customs and traditions, and know how Hmong weddings and funerals are like.  They've heard of and understand what it means when people say "tsov tom" (tiger bite) and "daj ntseg" (yellow ear) and other funny Hmong phrases.

There are just so many commonalities and it's just such a nice and comforting feeling to know you share a deep level of understanding and connection because you come from the same background.

BUT, I feel that my friends and my uncle may be right.  At my age there are not a lot of options if I am wanting just a Hmong boy.  If I want a Hmong boy that is a good person who's successful and single and who's my age, they're basically saying to me "good luck."  I'm not saying that I am looking because I am not in any hurry.  I'm just saying that if a man of another race has everything that I want, except for not being Hmong, I will be so sad.  Because my heart belongs with a Hmong boy.  But I know the possibility is there that I may not end up with a Hmong boy.  And this thought makes me sad.   :'(

You can converse with anyone.  Anyone can respect tradition and culture even if they may not practice those things.  Anyone can understand and know the feeling.  Anyone can learn and experience how Hmong parties are.  Anyone can learn and deal with Hmong time (BTW, duck hmong time, i don't deal with that BS).  Anyone can learn about hmong customs and traditions.  Anyone can learn about the words and phrases.

Also.  Just because they are Hmong doesn't mean they will be able to do all that, that you just listed.  There are Hmong people who you can't converse with.  Hmong people who don't know or care about the culture. Hmong people who don't speak Hmong. Hmong people who don't care about traditions. 

I'll be blunt.  There are dozens of Hmong boys everywhere.  THey are a dime a dozen. You want a Hmong boy? post your facebook, they will come.  Hmong boys are everywhere.   Boys are everywhere.

What you are describing when you say someone who is successful.  I assume you mean a responsible male adult who has a steady job, can support the family, has goals, loving, respectful, etc..  Yea those qualities you will NEVER find in a Hmong boy, let alone any boy. And that reason is because, the person with those qualities, that's a MAN.  So if you want someone with that kind of ideal quality, you have to go search for a MAN. 

Single Men, we do exist, you just have to know what you're looking for and where.    You'll never find that Man if you keep searching for him in a group hmong boys, duckboys, and little kids.  And it'll definitely be harder if you short yourself out by only looking at Hmong boys.

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General Discussion / Re: Allknighters - A new Hmong boy band
« on: July 08, 2019, 06:36:32 PM »
Hahaha!!!  I listened to it a second time and went from "very good" to "eh."  I listened to it a third time and I went from "eh" to "no."  My biggest issue with the song is the pronunciation.  They sound like Hmong mekas kids that don't know how to speak Hmong and mispronounce Hmong words.  That's a turn off and I can't take them seriously if they can't speak their Hmong words clearly.

Agreed.  That and no singing talent.  Autotune enhances vocals but it doesn't  give you imaginary talent. They sound like no soul was put into it. No rhythm. No harmony. No emotions.

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General Discussion / Re: Allknighters - A new Hmong boy band
« on: July 08, 2019, 05:39:22 PM »
Hard pass. Just not doing it for me.  Pronunciation issues. Not much when it comes to harmonizing. Not much singing talent to it. 

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