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  1. Tar Baby · April 12, 2016

    I was homeless for 8 1/2 years; the first year and a half my dog and I were on foot, sleeping outside every night. My dog saved my life. I would have been beaten, robbed, and sodomized every day, if not for my pup. Nobody wanted to try to get past my 92 pound psycho dog, to get to me. “Nobody” included 18 niggers and spics who gathered to kick my ass, one day, because I had ratted one of the spics out to the cops. There would have been 18 fucked up individuals if they had tried it; I had pepper spray, TWO Mag-Lites, and a couple of knives.

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    • vikinglifeblog · April 13, 2016

      I am sorry for your misfortune! A good example, of the dog being man’s best friend.
      The streets can be a very uncomfortable place to be, niggers and spics, well we all know that!

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    • homerbuford · November 13, 2016

      Wonderful collection. A must see in my opinion. Thanks for making my early morning. It is hard to impress me at 75 but dogs will every time.:)
      Homeless? I doubt I will ever tell my story. There are so many wonderful folks I met on my journey. One precious, precious woman was found in California ( I won’t say where) six months after she had died in her cardboard box. She was classified by local police as an NB ( nobody) I was at a camp in the Yukon when I heard. I wept bitterly! Not for her only, but for the fools who had no idea who is great and who is a true ‘NB’
      I falter often and stumble in precept, but my life has been rewarded, not in riches or fame, or even in a modicum of success; My life is over brimmed ( my cup rubbery over) with the humble and dedicated ‘homeless’ who roamed the earth with the message ” my dog understands more than a fool.”

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      • homerbuford · November 13, 2016

        I must add: white homeless. Mudskins are murderers. Being not happy with theft, they must beat and kill the victim.
        ” My cup rubbery over” should read ” runneth over” this smart phone is not so smart.:)

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      • vikinglifeblog · November 13, 2016

        Beautiful words. I am sorry for your loss. The world is a cruel place, because of the human species lack of development. We are only so lucky if we meet truly good people, because they are far between.
        I am in general out of surplus energy for people, because my mind is so tired and feed up!
        I am afraid of getting a dog, because of their relative short lifespan and because it might just isolate me even more from other people.

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      • vikinglifeblog · November 13, 2016

        Ok, now I get it 🙂 I had to look up a few words, to better understand your comment.
        I think, that you might like James Tiny Vest`s videos.

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      • homerbuford · November 13, 2016

        Now I am lost. What words did you need to look up? And why would I like James vest, body builder:?

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      • vikinglifeblog · November 13, 2016

        I think, that being out of luck and homeless in USA can be a lot harder and dangerous than here.
        It is good to help!

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      • homerbuford · November 13, 2016

        You would be surprised at all the gentle souls who are ‘homeless’ by choice. You will not find them in public shelters or on streets begging. It is a total subculture of people who refuse to be a part of a system that Cares nothing for the poor.
        Case in point. Washington D.C. in front of the White House in the very streets are the craziest loons and mental cases imagenible. One has to see this to realize how Looney people get when no one cares about them. T.V. cameras rely on the police to clear the streets of ‘loons’ so that they can show a happy and beautiful view of the White House on 16th Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, Dristict of Criminals. Just blocks away, niggers are killing each other as well as any tourist stupid enough to wander off the grid. That is another subject though. There are homeless I met which are called “transients” some of them go from city to city and stop in at every Catholic church along the way to beg for food, a bus ticket, or some other commodity
        Other Transients keep moving and live from a backpack where they keep their blanket and pad to sleep on. Many die out on the road, in the woods, bushes or under a tree.
        Read the words to the song (YouTube) “Waltzing Matilda”

        The song has nothing to do with dancing and “Matilda” is the woman every swagman (transient) loves in memory.
        It has Australian origin.. thus the ‘coolibah tree’ and ‘ Billy bong’ as well as ‘swag man’ a swag is what the blanket roll was called and ‘Tucker’ was food, so a ‘Tucker bag’ carried food. I have sang that song at many a camp, next to a fire and a tin can with ‘yarbs’ ( herbs) boiling.:)

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      • vikinglifeblog · November 13, 2016

        “I falter often and stumble in precept”, “modicum” and “brimmed”
        Because his desire to help other people.

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      • homerbuford · November 13, 2016

        Yes, of course.:)
        Thanks. I understand now.

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      • vikinglifeblog · November 13, 2016

        Very interesting!
        Yes, not everybody live for material things and comfort. Those of us who dont want to be “domesticated”, have different ways of seeking alternative lives and ways to “escape”.the negative development around us (socialism, multiculture etc.).
        When I grew up people said that in our country someone was homeless by choice, or because they could not handle a home economicly. Maybe because they were having problems with alcohol or drugs, or because they had other “problems”.
        These kind of people dont have the same opportunities now, because of the immigrants are getting most of our resources.
        About Washington D.C. it makes me think of when a country gets to be host for the olympics and then gets rid of homeless people and stray dogs around the area were the media and guest comes.
        I remember when I was in New York, the turistmap stopped showing street numbers in north when it came around Bronx, to prevent turist coming in to black and latino neighborhood.
        We used to have those kind of “transients” or vagabonds here, too. Specifically in countryside where they traveled around, maybe doing work for food or got payed for playing music.
        Things have changed a lot since I was a child and teenager. It is rare to see a homeless, a group of people sitting daily on a bench in the park drinking or my people as drug addicts and prostitutes, if I pass through the central station area. It is all immigrants, now!
        There is a lot of sad destinies.
        Great song.
        There are not that many people per km2 in USA. That must give the “transients” a lot of land and freedom, also to get away from the danger of black people.

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      • homerbuford · November 14, 2016

        So true! Great comment. You are right on each point.

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  2. homerbuford · November 13, 2016

    Wonderful collection. A must see in my opinion. Thanks for making my early morning. It is hard to impress me at 75 but dogs will every time.:)

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    • vikinglifeblog · November 13, 2016

      I am happy, that you liked it. I dont like posting my own blog posts on other blogs, but in this case I thought it would be okey. I love dogs (and animals in general), too! They have an innocence, like babies! And dogs really are, our best friends.

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  3. homerbuford · November 13, 2016

    Understood. Do carry on!:)

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