Do you think homeless people put themselves in that position?

Posted by: TheDebateMaster91

Do you think that people without a home put themselves in that position or something happened in their life that caused it to happen?

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No they didn't, something happened to them

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Yes They Put Themselves In that position

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briantheliberal says2015-04-03T15:57:06.2087761-05:00
It depends on the person and their circumstances. Some people do make decisions that lead to them being in that position, but I think most people experienced something that put them in that position that's beyond their control.
SwizzardWizard says2015-04-03T16:09:16.0943846-05:00
Some people might decide to the live in the wild or something.
briantheliberal says2015-04-03T16:52:48.3693924-05:00
^ That too. Some people actually want to live in the streets or in the wilderness.
Stefy says2015-04-03T20:06:44.5653017-05:00
Almost all had something haooen to them ir at least unfavorable citcumstances. No one chooses that
Stefy says2015-04-03T20:07:25.5402181-05:00
The few that do arent usually refered to as homeless their usually called wanderers or van people or something
Kreakin says2015-04-03T20:09:31.3973806-05:00
Some are just blaggers, walked past one pretending to be blind, when I came back he recognised me and nodded as to say I won't ask again.
Stefy says2015-04-03T20:15:38.4314989-05:00
They may do that to try and get more donations to buy food, or maybe they have a mental handicap. Its hard to know the whole situation.
Kreakin says2015-04-03T20:17:29.3772765-05:00
True, however they could also make a good tax free hourly rate with the right scam.
Kreakin says2015-04-03T20:18:31.3344288-05:00
Where i live we have boxes in shops that go straight to the shelters. Noone give cash anymore and loads have left the area.

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