what’s does homeless really mean?

This is a serious discussion. What does homeless mean? Duh, that you have no home. WRONG. You always have a home, didn’t your parents tell you that? Well, they lied, because while they live they will usually put you up, but mine are both dead. They left money for me to buy a house, but my oldest brother stole it. He is dead now, so he has to face what shit he did, and what he did to my parents pales to his theft of $57,000 and change from me. He stole $200,000 from my mother, then put her in a home, which I assume he never went to, since he never told anyone else in the family what he did. Worse, when both my parents were in the hospital last, he jerked their life support. My Mom died in few hours, my Dad took nine days, plus they both died alone. So, yes I can honestly say he is dead and gone, good riddance to bad trash. He left a son, grown now, but I have nothing to do with him, assuming he is the evil seed from Satan himself. He helped deplete my Mothers nest egg. I do not know what else he did, he just e.g. his dad ruin my Mothers life, and that after she raised him from birth. So, always have a home? I never really had one with them, so my friends have always treated me better than my family. You can pick your friends, you are stuck with your family.

Author: gary

I am a retired paralegal private investigator. I live on the southern Oregon coast, USA.

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