There are six of them. Five are parents. They are discussing how weaponized ebola is being used to scare the public into accepting "the vaccine agenda" so the government can control black people and other groups through vaccines that aren't what the doctors say they are. Oh, and it's already being done, with the flu vaccine.
Last week I saw a Facebook post from badrap.org about an upcoming spay/neuter event, and even tho I have chihuahuas not pit bulls, I texted them to ask if they had spots open for us. They texted back that pitties come first, but depending on turnout they might be able to help.
Now that the owner is selling this property, I will have to deal with prospective buyers coming into our flat & I do not have the right to refuse them as long as I'm given notice. The landlord or realtor must accompany them, but still. Don't want strangers walking thru my place! Hopefully there won't be much interest in the property before we move.
Almost the only places that accept dogs & section 8 are large complexes often replacing post-war public housing, in not-great neighborhoods that are becoming gentrified. I've pretty much given up on finding a house or duplex so I'm mostly focused on these large developments.
This morning I looked at a shabby 4plex near my current neighborhood. Only the outside. The grounds are pretty filthy, there are kids toys outside the 3 occupied units, and this tells me the current tenants probably aren't great neighbors.
I'm so traumatized by so many awful things happening in my life at once. I can't even think about my 25 years old earthquake stories, let alone put them into words. I can't even watch or read any of the retrospectives that are everywhere this week.
Fucked up how even though my income doesn't change, my portion of my subsidized rent goes up by about $20 -$30 EVERY YEAR. When I was talking to the realtor working with the owner to sell the property, she was surprised at the amount of rent I pay. She said all the tenants with section 8 that she'd worked with pay about $100.
anarcho-queer: class-struggle-anarchism: spinachandcoffee: fromgreecetoanarchy: "Loukanikos" internationally known as the "Riot Dog" passed away today in Athens at the age of 10. His health was adversely affected by police asphyxiating gas and from being kicked from police, forcing him to “retire” from active protest about two years ago. “He was... - http://starmama30.tumblr.com/post...