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Facebook’s Community Standards Are a Grotesque Mockery

So, it’s perfectly acceptable for some random person to call someone they don’t know worthless because they’re too poor to pay the rent, but if they ask if they should be sent back to their home country, and you say, “yes, because you’re an asshole to people here,” that’s worthy of a seven day suspension. Facebook is run by insane people guilty of the same perverse double standard.

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I replied to this with “You’re worthless,” which in context should not have possibly gotten me suspended without also suspending her, but she is continuing to post on Robert Holden’s official Facebook page.

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Queens Community Board 5 Is a Bigoted, Fascist Hellhole

Catherine O’Leary, CA-CB5Q
61-23 Myrtle Avenue
New York, New York 11385

Dear Ms. O’Leary:

I was absolutely appalled by the vile demonstrations of hate and the vicious, unchecked smears of entire demographics at the town hall tonight and the selective enforcement in which only those who were supportive of the homeless were being threatened with expulsion by the police. I was not able to stay and speak my prepared testimony because I live in a homeless shelter myself and have a 10 PM curfew, but as I was planning to self-identify as a current homeless shelter resident, I was beginning to fear for my safety, especially if I had seized the microphone out of turn as one particular shelter opponent did and wasn’t stopped. I present here the testimony I was planning to read, presented uncut, as I was making numerous edits in order to make it fit into the allotted two minutes as I awaited my turn. I wish everyone in the room could be made to hear it, but I’m certain that crowd control would have been so poor that I would not be heard, my facts denounced as lies without any evidence, and my character assassinated with defamatory accusations such as “criminal,” “addict,” and “sex offender.” I rarely see that level of unruliness in shelters, and never by that great a proportion of the residents. I hope it can at least be entered into the record and read by members of the community board.

Testimony Before Queens Community Board 5

October 7, 2019

My name is Scott Andrew Hutchins. I earned a master’s degree from The College of Staten Island in 2005. I have been a member of Picture the Homeless since October 8, 2012. Picture the Homeless members are all either homeless or formerly homeless. I myself have been homeless over seven years, although I have had eight short-term positions over that time, all at either a ludicrously low wage or that had brief hours. I have been rejected for Disability three times on the grounds that I can work a desk job, but these are the only sorts of desk jobs that I have been offered. I am here to tell you that the primary cause of homelessness is greedy rich people through their high rents and low wages. One in three homeless New Yorkers is employed, only one in five has a mental health or substance abuse issue (HUD, 2014 Continuum of Care Fact Sheet), the same as the general population, whereas 82% of wealthy people are addicted to drugs (The Economist). Nearly 102 million Americans are currently out of work, higher than in 2008 despite a deceptively low U-3 number that ignores the reality of low work force participation (Michael Snyder, The Economic Collapse Blog, April 25, 2019). Add to that that that the majority of new job creation since the recession supposedly ended are low wage (Naema Ahmed, Axios, Sep 7, 2018), 88% of minimum wage workers are over age 20 (Dan Essrow and David Cooper, Economic Policy Institute, August 28, 2013), that nearly all jobs created since 2005 are temporary (Dan Kopf, Quartz, December 5, 2016) and the rise of the unstable gig economy (The New School SCEPA, May 1, 2019), and it becomes obvious that the homeless crisis is the fault of the system, not the individuals.

This past Thursday, I was at a talk at The New School by Ibram X. Kendi. He distinguished racism from anti-racism. For Kendi, blaming groups, as many here have done, is racist, while blaming the system, as I have done, is anti-racist. Demonizing homeless people for the choices of the wealthy to pay low wages and to charge rents higher than the over 60,000 shelter homeless can afford is, by Kendi’s definition, racist regardless as to what percentage of that population consists of people of color. “It doesn’t fit in with the fabric of the neighborhood,” as Robert Holden stated, is a thinly-veiled racist comment. It’s a simple fact that Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Manhattan have higher concentrations of homeless shelters than Queens or Staten Island, which have very few. They need to start accepting their fair share and not be permitted to get neighborhood exemptions. While Picture the Homeless is generally against shelter construction, neighborhoods should not have the right to opt out of having homeless shelters while other neighborhoods are oversaturated. Does Holden even know what the demographics of homeless shelters are? Was he surprised with the statistics I just provided? I am far from the only homeless person with a college degree. The shelters have failed to adapt to the influx of homelessness thanks to our greedy, fauxgressive mayor who passes off $3,000 a month studios as “affordable housing” and claims that he has housed 120,000 homeless people, a number that is completely detached from reality. In my case, even Social Security recognizes that I need a desk job, the kind social services staff have no ability to get people based on outdated assumptions that the homeless are able-bodied and uneducated. Between 2009 and 2018, the shelter population increased 72%. It is absurd to think that this was all caused by personal rather than systemic problems. Homeless people work and travel beside you, and it is wrong to oppose homeless people living beside you. I was not able to find a statistic as to how many homeless people in New York City or nationwide have college degrees, but it’s a staggering 28% in Chicago (Jessica Goldstein, World Socialist Web Site, 5 July 2019), almost as high as the national average of 33%, and homelessness is rampant among current college students. When I was at NAICA Bronx Park Avenue, at least half of my dozen roommates had college degrees. I’ve even met people with supposedly lucrative degrees like accounting.

Most people are only a paycheck or injury away from homelessness, particularly with the demand for work that requires an education, such as law, being extremely down. I am not inferior to you just because I am homeless, simply a victim of an avaricious and unforgiving system. You already have homeless people in your neighborhood, because I’ve been there. A systemic failure is a societal failure. Until the system provides safe housing affordable at all income levels, no community that is lacking in homeless shelters should be allowed to reject one, only those that are oversaturated, such as in the Bronx. No neighborhood in Queens, except perhaps near the airport, is oversaturated with homeless shelters. As long as homeless shelters continue to be opened, there is no reasonable objection to opening one in Glendale.

After attending the hearing, I have to say that I’m now more afraid for homeless people sent into Glendale than I am for Glendale’s residents, and I am also aware how many of them would likely beam with pride that I said something like that.

Sincerely,

Scott Andrew Hutchins

Weird Dream Starring Monty Python and The Who

I just woke from a really weird dream. I was in a white-walled, not particularly colorful dining room with the surviving members of Monty Python, Maria Aitken (who was at the head of the table), and several others. At one point John Cleese got up and insisted that all the men participate in some traditional ritual, which involved holding both the other man’s hands and speaking into each other’s foreheads, “I love thee as I did in India.” One of the women got up and participated, but no one said anything, though Aitkin leaned forward on the table. I thought it was some weird sketch, but for some strange reason I trusted them and participated. Philip Glass was part of this, too, but his hair was about three times as bushy, almost Afro-like. Terry Gilliam was in a goofy looking suit with pink sunglasses like the Mike Mattei obsessed fan in the AVDN Texas Chain Saw Massacre video, and everyone collapsed after doing the ritual with him like they were poisoned, and I played along. Then they all started crawling and then climbing up the walls, which were more or less normal height. I started singing the They Might Be Giants song “Climbing the Walls”, and attempted climbing (a bit better than in real life, the door frame (with no door) to the kitchen. The music transitioned to The Who’s “Tattoo,” who were performing in the living room (attached to the dining room) but all alive and looking like they did in the ’60s, the image becoming totally black and white. I was singing along and floating around like I was little more than the camera in a music video, eventually going through residential streets back to muted colors, with a wild, almost noise, rock guitar solo, at which point I woke up. As I recall now this whole thing was preceded by a David Friedman concert in a park in full color–David was in a bold red jacket, and something in certain places on the ground was seemingly generating some of the music, and I was testing the spots like a little kid post-concert before leaving, last seeing David with some friends in the front of the park. I don’t remember the segue, if any, to the next part.

For the sake of free speech, Facebook must be nationalized

Facebook is run by imbeciles. I make a post commenting on Trump’s use of racist rhetoric having a positive affect on his approval ratings and depict him hypothetically taking the next step quoting a racist song and get banned seven days for hate speech. I’m not endorsing hate speech. I’m denouncing the racism of the president and his supporters. Facebook moderators have no comprehension of context whatsoever, and they claim they can’t process my feedback as to why they are wrong. My exact words were “Trump’s approval rating goes up the more racist his rhetoric gets. I’m surprised he hasn’t tried this.” The photo was a picture of Trump in blackface from a meme generator with a quote from an old racist song. They are a monopoly with too much power that needs to be nationalized. Going to another platform means not having an audience. I went on Minds after Cynthia McKinney’s recommendation, but most of the people I see on there are Libertarians, and posting there is effectively shouting into the wind. There is no substitute for Facebook, and Twitter banned me for things they allow most people, especially Trump, to do on a daily basis, demonstrating a clear political bias in selective enforcement.

I think this page is fake: “Facebook Blocks
To help keep Facebook safe, we sometimes block certain content and actions. If you think we’ve made a mistake, please let us know. While we aren’t able to review individual reports, the feedback you provide will help us improve the ways we keep Facebook safe.
Please explain why you think this was an error
The post was about Trump’s popularity going up when he says racist things. The post depicts Trump in a hypothetically racist situation from a meme generator. It is not endorsing racist views, but denouncing the president’s racist comments.
Thanks for taking the time to submit a report.
Learn more about what happens when you’re blocked or if your content was removed.”

Except that I couldn’t actually submit my request:

“Could not process your request
We could not process your request. Please try again later.”

Clearly just lip service to make it look like they offer an opportunity for feedback when they actually don’t. This is Spanish Inquisition-type scumbaggery.

When Facebook permanently banned the account associated with my Gmail account, I wasn’t given right of reply, either. When Michael Booth turned eighteen and admitted to Facebook that he had lied about me to get my account disabled, my account went from disabled to nonexistent. As I was making my earlier post denouncing Facebook’s practices on LinkedIn, I saw that the attorney who showed interest in my case to get my content back from Facebook, including a review of Steve Bissette’s ”Swamp Thing Annual” #4 that he wanted to post on his website, but that Facebook removed in-between his obtaining my permission and actually posting it, is now working for Facebook! (She didn’t take the case because determining the monetary value of my posts was what any court issue would involve.)

If Facebook and Twitter were nationalized, they would have to abide by the First Amendment. As private companies, they do not, and being effectively monopolies as stated above, they have far too much power in the discourse for a few unelected people making their own rules and arbitrary judgments about what people say in public.

Strange Dream

My 25 year high school class reunion is coming up next month, and I don’t see a practical way to go without selling mutual fund shares and significantly reducing my monthly income, perhaps beyond what I need each month to pay for storage–money was particularly tight this past month, and yet strangers on Facebook are attacking me as a miser for not spending my inheritance on housing as haphazardly as I did after Dad passed away, leading to my homelessness when I was unable to find a living wage job for which I was allowed to interview, let alone be offered. They seem to want me to behave like a lottery winnerr who goes broke after only a few years, my mother’s dying wish that I not burn through it be damned.

The night before last I dreamed some kind of reunion celebration was about to begin in what looked like the Northview Middle School student center, albeit a bit off, as dreams often will. I walked up both the main stair case and the one at the left of the entrance, which, at least when I was there, were where most of the 6th grade classes were on the first floor and where most of the seventh grade classes were on the second floor (the other side on the second floor was mostly eighth grade, but also science and more specialized classes, such as art and industrial arts on the first. I had had a summer school algebra class there in high school after the remodeling, so I at least do know how it looked after I left.

I just woke from a bizarre dream. I had driven a black convertible onto a somewhat rearranged version of the North Central High School campus (which is contiguous with the Northview campus, which is contiguous with what was my parents’ yard before it was sold). I was near the ballfields, which in the dream seemed to be east of the school building rather than south as in real life had been singing some opera thinking no one was around and paging through a catalog of film score CDs (as I was online yesterday when Screen Archives alerted me to a 50% off sale). I noticed a peculiarity that Monkey Shines was attributed to a Vincent I. Moretti rather than to David Shire (interesting that it would be one of the few name composers I’ve met in real life). It was around this point that I, previously thinking I was alone, noticed a couple on a bench, the young woman lying with her head in the lap of a young man, hoping that they had had a good laugh at my expense thinking I was alone. Soon the man, young with a blond mop top and round John Lennon glasses got was at the back of my car and scratching it along the side with a hook.

I panicked at the reversal, and soon the man was giving a big speech in front of my car. One of his lines was that singing about battles to him was “like singing about a gambit to a queen.” I wasn’t sure I understood that line and still don’t after checking checking the dictionary definition of “gambit,” but it came across as a line he had prepared for such a moment. He then stabbed himself in the chest and considered speechifying, horrific, but at least relief that it wasn’t my life he was planning to take, and continuing his speech until he no longer had the strength, the rest of which I don’t remember, and woke up soon after, eyes burning because I had again fallen asleep with my contact lenses in. and otherwise unprepared to go to sleep. Still, it came across to me as material worth developing for a short story if I could make the suicide a more interesting character.

It may have been brought on by the talk of suicide my roommate at the shelter has been doing, mostly on the phone with his friend, but a bit with me after I mocked shelter staff doing a “wellness check” as making sure no one was trying to commit suicide, which he dismissed as impossible in the rooms we have. He has mused with his friend about wanting to kill someone so that the state will give him the needle he has been refused in the past, noting that he had previously botched a suicide attempt. Some people on Facebook told me to contact the National Suicide Prevention Line, but all they did was tell me to tell shelter staff, which I nearly did when signing for my bed that night, but then saw him in the hall headed toward the office, and was glad that I hadn’t.

Jeremy Knowlton, Perverse as Ever

Posted to me on Facebook before he blocked me: “food for thought… who benefits from you? You make no one money, you raise no offspring (thank god), a true leach on society… just like Puerto Rico. yet I’m the bad guy because I’m happy? You call me a “thieving piece of garbage”… because you can hide behind your Obama phone. You do understand that in many parts of the world, talking to someone like that would get your ass kicked. I’d do it, but I wouldn’t want to get shit on my shoes.”

The guy is a college dropout who thinks Trump is doing great things for the United States. As you can see, he is incredibly racist and doesn’t know the first thing about Puerto Rico. The U.S. stole pretty much everything Puerto Rico ever had. https://theintercept.com/2017/05/09/puerto-ricos-123-billion-bankruptcy-is-the-cost-of-u-s-colonialism/

If you remember, the last time I had a Facebook account, this guy insisted I had never worked a day in my life because I haven’t done a physical labor job. He inspired one of the characters in my scenario For Guy Maddin with that reply combined with having known him when we were teenagers.

Homeless White Men with Physical Challenges Are Whiny Crybabies Oppressing Trans People of Color

So says my latest willfully ignorant cyberbully.  Another person who comes in pretending that they want to help when they really just want to grandstand and get offended that the person they want to condescend and patronize never thought of any of their suggestions, which quickly turns into harassment when met with very reasonable resistance…

 

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    • Ender Page Have you ever thought about applying for jobs out of country? Or other states?
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      • Scott Hutchins Yes, I have, but this was the route that made me homeless in the first place.
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    • Ender Page With your background you could probably get a job in Japan or Korea…
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      • James Villalobos Ender Page North-Korea? Japan? I doubt it: Japanese are super-rascist & most unlikely hire someone who’s not fluent in Japanese. Koreans? Please: don’t ask the question- you won’t like the answer, either.

        Also: Asian people are into good manners & behaving well- something that scoot hasn’t been showing proper examples since day one.
        Japanese aren’t into complaints: they believe in “team work” more than Americans. Japs know better. Scott is looking forward to beneficiate himself w/o giving back (that’s not part of his predicament.) Scott doesn’t know what is helping others w/o asking for anything I’m return: that’s why Scott wouldn’t fit in the Jewish community nor in the Asian’s either.

        Besides: who likes a crybaby who thinks he deserves everything… just because he shows up? He needs to accept reality as it is: difficult for everybody. Even for me.

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      • Ender Page James Villalobos first off you dont have to speak Japanese to teach in Japan. I have friends who are there right now teaching in Japan who dont speak Japanese at all. You dont know what youre talking about. And Im not interested in your insulting ass opinions on my comrade here. I am trying to help him and get him info. Idgaf how your ass feels about him or your personal problems with him. Its not my business and idgaf. Now get your shit the fuck off my comment you bitch
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      • Ender Page Im not interested in your response.
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      • Ender Page Blocked
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      • Ender Page James Villalobos bye bitch
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      • Hakan Shakirov What background?
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      • Hakan Shakirov Teaching English in japan is for losers. The pay is horrible. And it is highly competitive since so many anime freaks want to go to there. Japan is great though. I worked there three years for hitachi.
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      • Ender Page Hakan Shakirov its better than being homeless and having no job.
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      • Hakan Shakirov teaching involves standing many hours which I think is difficult for Scott due to his back issues.
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      • Ender Page Hakan Shakirov there are plenty of disabled teachers… Stop making dumb ass excuses. There are teachers in wheelchairs ffs. I had a teacher with a prosthetic leg. Seriously… Stop. Youre the second person to come up under my comment just to be negative. You can fuck off.
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      • Scott Hutchins I looked into it. The pay was so low it wouldn’t even cover my storage unit.
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      • Scott Hutchins James Villalobos You have zero room to talk, Mr. fruit-beggar.
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      • Ender Page Scott Hutchins try applying for other jobs over seas and out if state. You gotta put in that leg work. Its hard, I know… But seriously start looking in other places.
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      • Ender Page You live in a state with one of the highest costs of living. Moving to another state will help. I had to do the same.
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page The last time I relocated for a job, I became homeless when I was let go as soon as the probationary period was over. That was 2012.
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page Cost of living is irrelevant if you can’t find a job.
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      • Ender Page Scott Hutchins I said move to a state with a lower cost of living not move specifically for a job. And bad shit happens. That doesnt mean give up. And cost of living does matter ESPECIALLY if you are without income. Smaller areas have more resources because of less population drain on those resources.
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page Better be homeless where one has a legal right to shelter than homeless where one doesn’t have a legal right to shelter. You make zero sense.
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      • Ender Page Scott Hutchins so stay homeless and keep blaming everyone else. If you dont put in the effort to find a job youre never going to get one. I make no sense except I literally come from homelessness. I was homeless at 15 until 18 and then at random points in my adult life with a child and being fully disabled. I know how the fuck homelessness works. Youre making excuses for your lack of effort and want sympathy instead of results. Crying on fb about being homeless wont solve shit. Blaming your brother or that James turd for whatever does nothing. You can easily get a job in Texas or Florida. You can find jobs in Michigan. You can find jobs in Minnessota and Wisconsin.
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      • Ender Page And my disabled ass got jobs to survive. I wasnt given disability until this year. So… Yeah… I know how homelessness worksb how being disabled works and how the struggle works. Quit making excuses and do shit about it. Anyways I’m done here with the pity party
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page OK, now you’re just a grandstanding liar. I’ve applied for over 3,000 jobs since becoming homeless, had 30 interviews, and worked eight jobs, all stated short-term.
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      • Ender Page Scott Hutchins yes. I’m lying. I literally did sex work to survive as a homeless woman but yup you caught me.
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      • Ender Page Scott Hutchins anyways I unfriended, I’m not interested in pity parties for cis yt men crying about how they cant get jobs… I’m a disabled trans poc. You have so much privilege and you sit here crying. Not interested.
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender is now playing the “I’m worse of than you are game.” Useful idiot of everything she claims to be against.
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      • Ender Page Scott Hutchins whatever you say bud… Youre there making excuses for your homelessness. I pulled myself out instead of throwing myself Facebook pity parties… Now I own my own farm. So whose the real useful fucking idiot lolol
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      • Jeremy Knowlton Scott… I bet I can get you a job for the Trump/Pence 2020 re-election campaign. Interested?
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page I thought you said you were in a wheelchair. How does one farm wheelchair-bound?
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      • Ender Page I said I’m fully disabled. I never said I was in a wheelchair lolol
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      • Ender Page Please show me where I said I’m wheelchair bound…
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page I was in Florida and know that that’s bullshit.
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      • Ender Page Scott Hutchins what does you being in Florida have to do with me being in a wheelchair? And theres plenty of jobs in Florida…
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      • Ender Page Scott Hutchins you have 1000000000000000000000 excuses about how theres no jobs anywhere you live. Seems to me like the problem is you.
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page Bullshit. I became homeless leaving the Bronx for a job in Florida and was let go after the probationary period. I didn’t get called about anything in Florida until I’d been back in New York for months, and that was a job that probably wouldn’t have been sustainable in my condition.
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      • Ender Page Scott Hutchins 😦 lol like I said, seems like youre the problem, not the lack of jobs.
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page I see you have extremely poor reading comprehension skills, since you said you saw this:https://scottandrewhutchins.wordpress.com/…/2017-job…/
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        2017 Job Searching (Mandatory Time Wasting)
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        2017 Job Searching (Mandatory Time Wasting)

      • Nearly 102 Million Americans Do Not Have A Job Right Now – Worse Than At Any Point During The Last Recession
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        Nearly 102 Million Americans Do Not Have A Job Right Now –…

        Nearly 102 Million Americans Do Not Have A Job Right Now – Worse Than At Any Point During The Last Recession

      • Ender Page Scott Hutchins I never said I saw that wtf lolol
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page As I said, I’ve applied for well over 3,000 jobs since becoming homeless. No one in their right mind would call that lack of effort.
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      • Ender Page I dont read blogs from white men. Why would I read yours? And lets post articles while ignoring the fact that a majority of those people are not actively looking for a job. Because when considering the people WHO ARE LOOKING, unemployment is relatively low. You should take an economics class or two. And again, further proof the problem is you.
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      • Ender Page Scott Hutchins if you have applied for 3000 jobs and not gotten hired the problem is 100% you. There is no debating that. Either your resume is shit, or you interview like shit. Or they could just not like your attitude… Which I cant blame anyone for. You project blame for your failures onto everyone else and make excuses for your nonsense.
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page So you don’t look like a fucking ignoramus making stupid-ass statements that demonstrate your abject failure to understand what you’re talking about, you dumbass bigot.
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      • Ender Page I’m a bigot because I dont like your whining? Mkay lol I dont think that word means what you think it means…
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page “I dont read blogs from white men” = you’re a bigot.
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      • Ender Page Wtf are you even trying to say lolol those are certainly all words lol
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      • Ender Page I dont read the opinions and bullshit from my oppressors. I dont owe white men my time lol wtf hahahahahaha
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      • Scott Hutchins Because of your failure to read my blog entry, you said that the reason I’m not contacted for interviews for interviews is because I interview like shit, which proves that you are stupid as fuck.
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      • Ender Page I read a total of ONE BLOG and its a blog my friend writes about her cancer struggles. I dont give a flying FUCK about your opinions, I especially dont give a shit about white dudes lolol
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      • Ender Page My partner actually taught classes on how to get jobs, how to interview and write resumes. Shes been reading all this and fully agrees that if you have applied for 3000 jobs and havent been hired, its your fault you big baby bitch hahahahahaha
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page The the 50+ people who have helped me with my resume are all incompetent, right, Little Miss Persecution Complex?
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      • Scott Hutchins And the Zero Hedge article is accurate. People are judged as not looking for work regardless of whether that’s actually true, just as your lying ass said about me…
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page How is a disabled guy in a homeless shelter your oppressor, Little Miss Persecution Complex?
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      • Ender Page Nah… Youre the problem. I didnt say anything about other people. Do those people interview for you?
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      • Ender Page ALL WHITE PEOPLE ARE OPPRESSORS TO POC LOLOL
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page Either pinpoint the problem with my resume or admit that you’re an incompetent ass, Little Miss Persecution Complex.
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      • Ender Page You. Are. The. Problem.
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page If 50 people thought that they helped make my resume good, you most certainly are calling them incompetent.
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page You. Have. Zero. Evidence. You have religious dogma, not rational arguments.
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      • Ender Page Omfg DO THEY INTERVIEW FOR YOU? Those people make the resume based off of THE INFORMATION YOU GIVE THEM! If you give them shit to work with you have a shit resume… Thats how it works
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      • Ender Page And you like to use big words but have no idea how to use them correctly lololol
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page You haven’t even seen my resume, you dumb, uneducated fuck!
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page What word did I misuse?
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      • Ender Page I dont have to. If you applied for 3000 jobs and havent gotten one I dont need to lol
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page ” I dont have to. If you applied for 3000 jobs and havent gotten one I dont need to lol” is absolute proof that you’re a willful ignoramus and a blithering idiot.
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page You should be forced to pay my student loan debt.
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      • Ender Page Youre seriously fucking stupid lol. I dont blame people for not hiring you. I also dont blame your brother for telling you to fuck off or for anyone else who got fed up with your constant big baby bullshit. You have had too much of my time and I’m going to go enjoy my dinner and have sex with my girl… Enjoy your lame ass life lolol
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page Says someone who said I did terribly at interviews that never occurred. You are seriously a competitor with Trump for the dumbest person on planet earth.
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      • Ender Page Lol yeah? I should pay your student loans? Because youre such a pathetic bitch that you cant be a grown ass man and pay your own bills? Lol nah. I dont pay for pathetic ass white men who whinge about their failures because they cant take responsibility for their own failures. I have my own bills and student loans. If I am going to pay anyones loans itd be my girls. At least I have a house and pay my own bills. I dont make excuses for my problems, I handle them like a fucking adult. More than I can say for you…
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      • Scott Hutchins Ender Page Because she is clearly an idiot.
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      • Ender Page Mkay bye big baby bitch
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At this point, she blocked me, and I was unable to reply further.  Based on this conversation and the fact that she is a farmer, I can only surmise that the disability she refers to is mental.  I’ve found that sometimes people with mental disabilities are extremely ableist toward people with physical disabilities.  When I referred to her as a useful idiot, I didn’t mean it as a insult, but I’m sure it was read that way.  That term has a specific meaning, as in someone who unknowingly advances the causes of their oppressors.  I guess I should have spelled out the definition rather than use the term.  In hindsight, I think I may have set her off on the negative course by using it assuming that an activist would know that’s what it meant and perhaps realize how it applied to what she was saying.  I had a woman I’ve known since second grade block me because I called Kamala Harris a “black white supremacist,” a term I learned from a black woman, and a lot of my leftist friends thought that I went too far with that one and that the block is understandable, although when I said that she was the daughter of a Black Panther leader, they thought her support for Harris was unexpected to say the least.