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BallisticStick
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Posted on Sun Apr 21, 2013 12:02:51
I like torn city because of the community, most of it is friendly and helpful, but then you get the funny trolls and scammers

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Posted on Mon Apr 22, 2013 21:45:36
You were sent $150,000 from Optic-Flames with the message: Congrats
thanks for the money and hope the forum gets loads of views:)

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Posted on Tue Apr 30, 2013 19:19:21
Bumb! Sorry for my inactivity, I have been really busy with school work! But once again, enjoy.

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Posted on Tue Apr 30, 2013 19:24:04
Ofcourse i would help a homeless kid! There are many reasons and they are; what if i was in that situation, i would of have loved it if someone was there to help me in my dark days. However there may be some downfalls to this, and they may be that he is a criminal/sick minded child that would do more harm than good to you, but nevertheless i would as i am a big softie for the homeless!

Keep the good work up buddy!

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Posted on Tue Apr 30, 2013 21:55:14
^ I would help you if you were a homeless kid

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Barbossa

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Posted on Tue Apr 30, 2013 22:02:16
Of course I would help him with food or water etc. But no cash giving- the fact that he is only a kid, doesnt mean he isnt a crack addict, also from what was going out few years ago with beggars in my country I can tell you that sometimes its just a organised crimes of beggars, they collect cash all days, later someone else get it all and they just go back to homes etc. So since I dont fully trust anyone I (as I mentioned in first sentence) would hand him sandwitches or candy bars, or anything else I have to eat and any drink I would have, but I woudnt give him (probably, cause it really depends from actual situation) a more than 1-2 PLN.

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Posted on Wed May 01, 2013 15:36:47
I will because every one in the earth is my brother/sister, that is what i was taught when i was a kid. I still believe the same and those are the unlucky ones who couldnt get those fortunes as me. I would gladly buy him food, clothes and take him to a child line help centre, which is an active organisation working in India to look after homeless children.

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Posted on Wed May 01, 2013 16:03:25
best practical realistic way to help him would be to give him food, like a guy on youtube who gives homeless people free mcdonalds

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Posted on Wed May 01, 2013 21:55:31
By michaelr [1144301]
Call Of Duty Black Ops 2 Because This Is A Great Multiplayer Experience To Have With Your Friends, The DLC Brought Out Is Absolutely Fabolous, And Love Watching Clan Events Which Could Also Be Classed As Family Entertainment


Same here, love Call of duty black ops 2, huge fan of Call of duty, love playing online with others

Anyway, i would definitely help a homeless kid because he would be in need of some money and food so i'd help as much as i could. R+



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Optic-Flames

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Posted on Thu May 02, 2013 17:11:40
Very kind and nice posts. Keep them coming!

-BUMB :L

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tezza2k11
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Posted on Thu May 02, 2013 17:33:03
i would help him by giving him a blanket, food and a shelter over his head

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Posted on Thu May 02, 2013 23:58:24
the obvious answer is yes, because kids have futures. They are homeless is unlikely their fault but their parent's.

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Posted on Fri May 03, 2013 01:23:44
Yes I would. I'd see to his current state, how he ended up there and try my best to put him back in the right path. No kid deserves a life without a future.

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Posted on Fri May 03, 2013 03:33:26
Actually my family and I have on 2 occasions helped "a homeless kid." the first time was a runaway, we helped with food clothing from the good will and a place to sleep for 2 weeks while he talked with a helpline and a local youth advocacy agency. He entered the foster care system and we told him that if things didn't work out to contact us and we would see if there were anything more we could do for him.

In the second case, it was actually a new family of 18 year old new dad, and his girlfriend of 17 and their 2 month old baby. again home, food, and in this case baby clothing... our church helped them out this time. Helped him find a job and helped locate a low income apartment. Then we helped rally together members of the church to donate unused furnishing to put into their new home.

In short, yes I would help a homeless person provided I felt I could trust their honesty. though I would use some caution. in both the prior cases our house had a separate room and kitchenette in the basement for them to use that did not provide access to the main house directly. unfortunately that house is now in the hands of the bank, such is life...

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Posted on Fri May 03, 2013 07:03:16
no because i am a bastard that just is to greedy
only joking i would help him as much as i could

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Posted on Fri May 03, 2013 22:11:01
By Phantasium [1652632]
Actually my family and I have on 2 occasions helped "a homeless kid." the first time was a runaway, we helped with food clothing from the good will and a place to sleep for 2 weeks while he talked with a helpline and a local youth advocacy agency. He entered the foster care system and we told him that if things didn't work out to contact us and we would see if there were anything more we could do for him.

In the second case, it was actually a new family of 18 year old new dad, and his girlfriend of 17 and their 2 month old baby. again home, food, and in this case baby clothing... our church helped them out this time. Helped him find a job and helped locate a low income apartment. Then we helped rally together members of the church to donate unused furnishing to put into their new home.

In short, yes I would help a homeless person provided I felt I could trust their honesty. though I would use some caution. in both the prior cases our house had a separate room and kitchenette in the basement for them to use that did not provide access to the main house directly. unfortunately that house is now in the hands of the bank, such is life...


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Posted on Thu Feb 27, 2014 04:03:06
am i too late for this ?:|o

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Posted on Thu Feb 27, 2014 05:39:28
Would I help a homeless kid? Yes.
Why?
I was there. Know how he feels. I would let him stay at my place 'till we figure something out.

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