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My Social Adventure in Central Park

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Ragnar Severasse
The Scope
Gallente Federation
#21 - 2014-09-04 04:50:36 UTC
If you ever go to Union Square, find a rather bearded fellow wearing nothing but underwear. Talk to him and he shall tell you to follow your dreams while he makes chicken noises.
Xenuria
#22 - 2014-09-04 05:30:29 UTC
Ragnar Severasse wrote:
If you ever go to Union Square, find a rather bearded fellow wearing nothing but underwear. Talk to him and he shall tell you to follow your dreams while he makes chicken noises.


I watched a very old homeless person get onto the subway train and then get off at the next stop. I felt so sad for him. Everybody just ignored him and pretended he didn't exist. The system has failed these people.

Vortexo VonBrenner
Doomheim
#23 - 2014-09-04 07:09:52 UTC
Xenuria wrote:
...a very old homeless person...

Ugh That really sucks. It'd be great if there was no such thing. ...and some people get all uptight about video games rather than things like this. smh


Tweety Bird
Tackled In Belt
xXPlease Pandemic Citizens Reloaded Alliance.Xx
#24 - 2014-09-04 11:52:20 UTC
>?
Xenuria
#25 - 2014-09-04 21:37:25 UTC
I see him next week and I hope to meet some of his friends. I am told they are all just as affectionate and jubilant as he is. So Excite~
Khergit Deserters
Crom's Angels
#26 - 2014-09-05 00:47:38 UTC  |  Edited by: Khergit Deserters
Xenuria wrote:
Ragnar Severasse wrote:
If you ever go to Union Square, find a rather bearded fellow wearing nothing but underwear. Talk to him and he shall tell you to follow your dreams while he makes chicken noises.


I watched a very old homeless person get onto the subway train and then get off at the next stop. I felt so sad for him. Everybody just ignored him and pretended he didn't exist. The system has failed these people.


Yeah. Cool that you have compassion for that guy though. That's worth a lot overall, IMO.

As a smoker taking cig breaks on Manhattan streets, I end up meeting lots of homeless folk bumming smokes. Every one I've met has been completely unique regarding what's on their mind. Their particular rant or theme, whatever. But 100%-- literally 100% of those guys-- said "God bless" or gave some kind of benediction wish at the end of the little meeting.
Xenuria
#27 - 2014-09-05 02:14:21 UTC
Khergit Deserters wrote:
Xenuria wrote:
Ragnar Severasse wrote:
If you ever go to Union Square, find a rather bearded fellow wearing nothing but underwear. Talk to him and he shall tell you to follow your dreams while he makes chicken noises.


I watched a very old homeless person get onto the subway train and then get off at the next stop. I felt so sad for him. Everybody just ignored him and pretended he didn't exist. The system has failed these people.


Yeah. Cool that you have compassion for that guy though. That's worth a lot overall, IMO.

As a smoker taking cig breaks on Manhattan streets, I end up meeting lots of homeless folk bumming smokes. Every one I've met has been completely unique regarding what's on their mind. Their particular rant or theme, whatever. But 100%-- literally 100% of those guys-- said "God bless" or gave some kind of benediction wish at the end of the little meeting.


They are the result of deinstituionalization


The system has failed them, the people have forgotten them.
The failings of NTs can be so depressing.
Khergit Deserters
Crom's Angels
#28 - 2014-09-05 02:44:03 UTC
Xenuria wrote:
Khergit Deserters wrote:
Xenuria wrote:
Ragnar Severasse wrote:
If you ever go to Union Square, find a rather bearded fellow wearing nothing but underwear. Talk to him and he shall tell you to follow your dreams while he makes chicken noises.


I watched a very old homeless person get onto the subway train and then get off at the next stop. I felt so sad for him. Everybody just ignored him and pretended he didn't exist. The system has failed these people.


Yeah. Cool that you have compassion for that guy though. That's worth a lot overall, IMO.

As a smoker taking cig breaks on Manhattan streets, I end up meeting lots of homeless folk bumming smokes. Every one I've met has been completely unique regarding what's on their mind. Their particular rant or theme, whatever. But 100%-- literally 100% of those guys-- said "God bless" or gave some kind of benediction wish at the end of the little meeting.


They are the result of deinstituionalization


The system has failed them, the people have forgotten them.
The failings of NTs can be so depressing.

Yeah, it's a sad society that doesn't take care of its own weakest. Not much good can come out of that in the end, you know?

It's OK though, there's still an undercurrent of consciousness in this country. Still some people thinking, evaluating, assessing, noticing bullshite, and picking their own ways.
Xenuria
#29 - 2014-09-05 03:19:53 UTC  |  Edited by: Xenuria
Khergit Deserters wrote:
Xenuria wrote:
Khergit Deserters wrote:
Xenuria wrote:
Ragnar Severasse wrote:
If you ever go to Union Square, find a rather bearded fellow wearing nothing but underwear. Talk to him and he shall tell you to follow your dreams while he makes chicken noises.


I watched a very old homeless person get onto the subway train and then get off at the next stop. I felt so sad for him. Everybody just ignored him and pretended he didn't exist. The system has failed these people.


Yeah. Cool that you have compassion for that guy though. That's worth a lot overall, IMO.

As a smoker taking cig breaks on Manhattan streets, I end up meeting lots of homeless folk bumming smokes. Every one I've met has been completely unique regarding what's on their mind. Their particular rant or theme, whatever. But 100%-- literally 100% of those guys-- said "God bless" or gave some kind of benediction wish at the end of the little meeting.


They are the result of deinstituionalization


The system has failed them, the people have forgotten them.
The failings of NTs can be so depressing.

Yeah, it's a sad society that doesn't take care of its own weakest. Not much good can come out of that in the end, you know?

It's OK though, there's still an undercurrent of consciousness in this country. Still some people thinking, evaluating, assessing, noticing bullshite, and picking their own ways.


Me personally, I am going to save up enough money to move to iceland.
I wish to live in the mountains. Where its nice and cold.
Astenion
The Scope
Gallente Federation
#30 - 2014-09-07 09:11:44 UTC
If you want to live in the mountains in Scandinavia, you should move to Norway, not Iceland.
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