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Living with 290

Living with 290: Stinkin sick

Not a lot of time right now, but this is worth mentioning, not for encouragement. I’m sorry to say, rather for the raw gut reality.

My old man had a case of food poisoning and boy did he get sick. We basically live in a van, I got a motel room for the night, as i some times do. I am not on parole or probation, anyways my honey got lumpuckaroo, or Diarrhea / vomiting. for three days and 4 nights.

He asked his agent if he could go to room to clean up, No. what the heck???? anyways the 3rd am he was permitted to come to the room for 2 hours, he took a shower and crawled into the bed for a moment and had to leave again, only to go back to the van and get sick again.

Where is the dignity we deserve.

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  1. JM

    No, there is no dignity, and I am sorry that they treat people this way.
    That’s why we are working to restore some sanity to these restrictions.
    Just know that this will pass, and know that there are people that do care, even though I know how hard it is. I take it your loved one is on parole or probation. Make sure he does everything that is required and it will get better.

  2. Rocky

    The people who voted for these crazy laws should too be completely listed on the internet, that way it’s known where the nearest doorstep is to toss your cookies upon is.

    Being restricted to living in a vehicle, or in the bushes, should be a no brainer that it’s an indicatively clear violation of human rights.

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