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Old Today, 08:29 PM
 
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I doubt that anybody here knows anything about being poor, or what poor people do to survive.

I grew up poor, in a tiny farmhouse overflowing with kids. We were poor as dirt.



You have no idea who the people on here are, or their circumstances, so get off your high horse.
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Old Today, 08:33 PM
 
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1. Scrounge food out of dumpsters behind restaurants. Pizza parlors are best.

2. Collect cigarettes out of public ashtrays.

3. Pick up returnable cans and bottles along the side of the road.

4. Charge for sex.

5. Have teeth pulled instead of repairing them.

6. Do my own haircuts.

I doubt that anybody here knows anything about being poor, or what poor people do to survive.

I've done four of the six behaviors listed. Does that qualify me as "knowing anything about being poor"?
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