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NY's Homelessness Worst Since Great Depression

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NY's Homelessness Worst Since Great Depression

Postby Taco » Wed Mar 06, 2013 7:33 am

Anyone that tells you the US economy is improving is lying to you.

NY's Homelessness Worst Since Great Depression
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-03-0 ... depression
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Postby Intolerant » Thu Mar 14, 2013 8:41 pm

I am glad that I left that hellhole called 'New York City'. The entire Northeast is full of assholes, high cost of living, feminism and shitty food.
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Postby E_Irizarry » Thu Mar 14, 2013 9:28 pm

Intolerant wrote:I am glad that I left that hellhole called 'New York City'. The entire Northeast is full of assholes, high cost of living, feminism and shitty food.

Yeah I came to the Midwest just to get right again; I just left NYC a the day after AFD's in April of last year. How about yourself?
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Postby momopi » Thu Mar 14, 2013 10:59 pm

The USA is the 3rd or 4th largest country in the world, with over 3.6 million sq miles of territory and >315 million in population. Instead of thinking in terms of "US economy", think "local economy". While one town goes to the pits, another rises elsewhere.

For those with hardy constitution, look into the mining/energy sector and related industries. For example, recent drillings at the Bakken Shale may produce opportunities in Richland Montana and Parshall North Dakota. For those in Canada, Fort McMurray Alberta is well known.

Experience in energy and mining will also open many international opportunities to you. However, you should be aware of the risks and dangers. The work environment can the remote and unforgiving. Accidents are often fatal, workers get kidnapped for ransom, and some are simply executed.

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Re: NY's Homelessness Worst Since Great Depression

Postby Rock » Fri Mar 15, 2013 10:54 am

Taco wrote:Anyone that tells you the US economy is improving is lying to you.

NY's Homelessness Worst Since Great Depression
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-03-0 ... depression


What r u talking about? According to the chart posted in that article, it looks like homelessness in USA has been declining modestly from 2007 through 2012, like around 10%.

Can't u even distinguish between NYC and USA???
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Postby jboy » Fri Mar 15, 2013 11:15 am

A single state's homeless ratio is not an indicator of a country's economic status.

Man, just look at the Philippines, metro manila and metro cebu's homeless are booming in numbers but the economy is fast approaching tiger growth stage. What do you say about that? Local economy is not the same as national economy.
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Postby E_Irizarry » Fri Mar 15, 2013 7:39 pm

jboy wrote:A single state's homeless ratio is not an indicator of a country's economic status.

Man, just look at the Philippines, metro manila and metro cebu's homeless are booming in numbers but the economy is fast approaching tiger growth stage. What do you say about that? Local economy is not the same as national economy.


That's why people move to different cities...different regions of the same country in order to seek and therefore secure employment.
Especially in the USA, people are nomadic as all-get-out.

E.g. A lot of Black Americans move to Dallas now (especially since Blacks are downtrotted in cities like Chicago (especially), Boston, DEtroit, etc.)..In the 90s, Atlanta was Chocolate City....In the 70s and 80s, it was Washington DC....In the 60s, it was Detroit, Harlem (NY), etc. Dallas is the best city for Black Americans now (Houston is very law-stricken on hiring ex-cons); Atlanta and DC lost their glory IMHO.

For White Americans, the Mountain region of the Midwest (e.g. Utah, Colorado, the Dakotas)....and southern Midwest (e.g. SW Missouri, NW Arkansas etc.). I was out there almost two months ago in SW Missouri and there are almost no homeless people there. Their economy is growing...riding on the helms of how well gringo Texas is doing (i.e. N and E Texas)

The Dakotas have been hot for 6-8 years now, but people "sleep" on their economy.

For Latinos, SW Texas (non-gringo Texas) is one of the better places to be. Also, Illinois is going to pass a law that will help out Mexicans tenfold so Chicago will definitely be taken over by Mexicans in its entirety in the new 50 years (2.5 gens) - mark my words. Black people in Chicagoland are going to be hurting, especially the men and boys a lot worse than now when that happens. Like another HA member said last year, "Be nice. They (i.e. Latinos) will become your new masters."

The Bronx, NY is San Juan and Santo Domingo on steroids combined. English is hardly spoken there anymore.

Orlando/Kissimmee/Ocala are San Juan Part III.

For Asians, it seems like Minnesota (I forgot the name of that displaced group that nobody in Asia wants to accept as their peoples Oh I think Hmong?) and Wisconsin has been bastions. California is Asian suflay but most of the Asians want to assimilate so there will be no take over (but they will still exist unlike Black Americans being breeded out to non-existence or just resegregation all over again).

That's the paradigm shift of America (if it exists civilly - wishful thinking lol) over the next half of century!
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