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13,458.  Imagine taking a fourteen or fifteen-year-old kid and saying – here, you are on your own with nothing.  You didn’t have an education.  You didn’t have resources.  And there are estimates of a thousand of these boys leaving the community, ending up on the streets of St George or Salt Lake or Las Vegas and having to fend for themselves.  There are only so many women to go round.  (Cults: FLDS & Homeless)  Stephen Singular, author When Men Become Gods

 

 

63,513.  Acceptable food rots while we are chased from bins behind restaurants, chased from sleeping on the street, chased from relieving ourselves unless we pay for food or gas, until finally we are so hungry, sleepless, smelly, constipated and beaten-down that we simply die of lack of will to live.  (Life’s Like That & Food & Poverty & Homelessness)  Jane Siberry

 

 

39,666.  I’ve got nowhere to live.  I’ve been crashing with friends, literally sleeping in shelters.  Unsavoury characters are giving me money and I’m taking it.  I need it.  The drug dealers, they sympathise with me.  They see me as some sort of pathetic character.  (Boxing & Homelessness)  Mike Tyson, interview London 2004

 

 

39,669.  If they lock me up at least I’ll have a place to stay.  (Boxing & Homelessness)  Mike Tyson

 

 

9,510.  Christmas is built upon a beautiful and intentional paradox; that the birth of the homeless should be celebrated in every home.  (Christmas & Homeless)  G K Chesterton, Beave New Family

 

 

43,795.  Total annual homeless in LA County is 200,000.  (Drugs & Los Angeles & Gangstas & Homeless)  Drugs Inc: Hollywood High

 

 

43,810.  60% of homeless people end up on the street because of addiction.  (Drugs & Alaska & Gangstas: Alaska & Homelessness & Addiction)  Drugs Inc: Alaska Heroin Rush

 

 

43,824.  There are over 14,000 homeless in Vegas.  (Drugs & Las Vegas & Las Vegas & Homelessness & Gangstas)  Drugs Inc: High Stakes Vegas

 

 

49,999.  In the United States child poverty has reached record levels with over sixteen million children now affected.  One in twelve Americans are now jobless.  Foodbanks and homeless shelters are facing unprecedented demand.  (Poverty & Poor & Homelessness & Children)  America's Poor Kids, BBC 2013

 

50,000.  The homeless Kaylie fears is already a reality for one and a half million children across the US.  (Poverty & Poor & Homelessness & Children)  ibid.

 

 

76,082.  How does it feel

To be on your own

With no direction home

Like a complete unknown

Like a rolling stone?  (Homelessness & Stone)  Bob Dylan, Like a Rolling Stone 1965

 

 

76,083.  Poor naked wretches, whereso’er you are,

That bide the pelting of this pitiless night,

How shall you houseless heads and unfed sides,

Your looped and windowed raggedness, defend you

From seasons such as these?  O, I have ta’en

Too little care of this.  Take physic, pomp,

Expose thyself to feel what wretches feel,

That thou mayst shake the superflux to them

And show the heavens more just.  William Shakespeare, The History of King Lear III iv @25, Lear

 

76,084.  Unaccommodated man is no more but such a poor, bare, forked animal as thou art.  ibid.  III iv 97, Lear

 

 

76,085.  Thousands of people live on the sides of the road in Delhi.  They have come from the Darkness too – you can tell by their thin bodies, filthy faces, by the animal-like way they live under the huge bridges and overpasses, making fires and washing and taking lice out of their hair while the cars roar past them.  (Homelessness & India & Road)  Aravinda Adiga, The White Tiger p120

 

94,565.  Dim streetlights were glowing down onto the pavement on either side of the traffic; and in that orange-hued half-light, I could see multitudes of small, thin, grimy people squatting, waiting for a bus to take them somewhere, or with nowhere to go and about to unfurl a mattress and sleep right there.  (Road & Homelessness)  ibid.  p138 

 

 

76,086.  Well I was a bit fed up you know.  There didn’t seem to be much there for me.  You know how these little towns are.  Ken Loach, Cathy Come Home 1966, BBC The Wednesday Play, story Jeremy Sandford *****

 

76,087.  Didn’t even tell them I was going.  ibid.

 

76,088.  I bet you’ve brought other birds up here.  ibid.  Cathy to Reg

 

76,089.  What a place: parquetry flooring, tin-openers fixed to the wall, double glazing, and the neighbours, talk about stylish!  (Homelessness & Home)  ibid.  Cathy’s commentary

 

76,090.  It came as quite a surprise when I found out.  (Homelessness & Pregnancy)  ibid.

 

76,091.  I’ve had an accident, I’m injured, and I need some compensation.  (Homelessness & Accident)  ibid.  Reg to boss

 

76,092.  I suppose we’d better find somewhere cheaper to live.  ibid.  Cathy to Reg

 

76,093.  A few years back figures released by the LCC revealed that families of certain sizes at the rate of building in force would be three hundred and fifty years on the housing list before they were offered a house.  ibid.  commentary

 

76,094.  I think this is the only tenement block in Islington where you can sit in the toilet with your door open and cook your breakfast at the same time.  (Homelessness & Toilet)  ibid.

 

76,095.  These streets they looked rough.  And there were rats.  But life was quite good here.  (Homelessness & Street)  ibid.  Cathy’s commentary

 

76,096.  Birmingham: 39,000 families on the waiting list; Leeds 13,500; Liverpool 19,000; Manchester nearly 15,000.  In Liverpool one family in nine is on the waiting list.  ibid.  commentary

 

76,097.  It felt funny to be in a caravan.  ibid.

 

76,098.  I think we’ve had it ... I think we’ll have to give up soon.  ibid.  Cathy to Reg

 

76,099.  Many social workers feel many homeless families are problem families.  ibid.  commentary

 

76,100.  There’s disease in all these places.  We try to keep it down.  (Homelessness & Disease)  ibid.  hostel nurse

 

76,101.  I feel like I’ve failed them.  ibid.  Cathy’s commentary

 

 

76,102.  I love to fly.  It’s just you’re alone, peace and quiet, nothing around you but clear blue sky.  No-one to hustle you, no-one to tell you where to go or what to do.  The only bad part about flying is having to come back down to the fucking world.  (Homelessness & Fly)  Streetwise 1984 ***** directed Martin Bell, produced & written Cheryl McCall; viz Life magazine article Streets of the Lost, Dewayne

 

76,103.  I want to be pregnant, but not by a new tramp though.  ibid.

 

76,104.  Young, dumb and full of come.  ibid.  lass

 

76,105.  We’re wise out here, man.  We’re street wise ... Everybody’s scamming.  ibid.  Patrice

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