User Profile: Conkuur


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  • [5] April 25, 2015 at 10:02pm

    Dude check out any MSNBC page! I have been banned from every FB MSNBC page from Ed to Rachel Madcow on 6 different profiles and I was much nicer then you. I never used derogatory slang or childish play on words like Demoncrat,libt@rd,etc…..I merely debated the issues and was banned almost immediately. So YOU dont come over here whining about YOUR freedom of speech please! Especially when you come out the box name calling.I’m surprised you werent banned and had your reply deleted. On liberal sites you get banned just for debating. I challenge you to go on say Rachel Maddows site pretend to be a conservative and try to debate with no namecalling and see how fast you are banned.

  • [2] April 20, 2015 at 9:08pm

    I bit into the skin of some workers thumb that musta got cut off while slicing tomatoes. My GF asked “whats wrong?” I said I had some African American thumb in my country club burger. She was like “No way!” Until I showed her. It was gross! I still ate my sandwich minus tomatoes and thumb which made my GF hurl when she got home.

  • [2] April 19, 2015 at 7:55am

    This is why the Govt no longer has to find deceitful ways to keep tabs on us. You’ve intentionally given them all your information on Facebook and other social sites. What the Govt cant catch your friends and neighbors are more then happy to report. It really is ingenious. Just because your FB is set to private doesn’t mean no one is watching. I know a kid up the street posted a picture of himself with a gun. Someone reported it they raided his house and didn’t find the gun but hes in jail right now for possession of unregistered firearm. You see they ran his name and he was not in the state gun registry for owning a handgun.

  • [5] April 17, 2015 at 1:40pm

    If you use the word hipster you are probably not ‘hip” or “with it”‘ lol

    I see this whole piece as poking fun of Christians as usual. Par for the liberal course.

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  • [2] April 17, 2015 at 10:01am

    Dear Govt
    The homeless dont just want to survive they want to succeed.
    Now not all them do due to mental disorders and those folks need counseling ,meds,and kept safe from themselves and others. The addicted need help with their addiction FIRST. If you give an addict money and a place to live hes going to buy drugs and use at the house and probably bring others there to use as well.
    The homeless that are most susceptible to help/aid are situational homeless folks. Those folks that have lost jobs and couldn’t pay the bills or were bankrupt by the state. These folks are easier to get back on their feet because they have been responsible before.Unfortunately many shelters love to keep these folks in their shelters because they are well behaved and require little attention. Lets face it most shelters are about the funding. If you got no people you get less funding.So why have a shelter of addicted mentally unstable people when you can have well behaved situational homeless folks? The danger is when Church shelters get into bed with the state in the first place. Its funny govt likes the separation of Church and state except when it comes to the money and services Church groups provide.
    I would love to explain so much more to you Govt about homelessness but I realize logic and common sense are not your best suit.
    Sincerely Homeless

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  • [11] April 17, 2015 at 9:41am

    Lets face it the Govt needs you to be drugged/drunk so they can blame you for their non working program that never worked anyway. Its just another way of covering their crumbling ivory tower.

    You ever wonder why you hardly ever hear about Govt program success stories from homeless to independent? Theres no such thing is why.

  • [11] April 16, 2015 at 4:07pm

    Exactly Paxman there was never even a mention of what she could earn with her college degree and me just with a trade skill. So much for equal rights lol. If the shoe was on the other foot and I had a degree I’m sure the support and alimony would have been double.

  • [10] April 16, 2015 at 1:58pm

    Alma Yes I thought about it but my kids are my priority and they certainly dont need to know their sibling was killed and if I wrote a true story I would also have to admit I was less then a stellar human being. Not that thats a problem but again my children and grandchildren dont need to go through anymore trauma then this has already traumatized them. You see my daughter has significant trauma from not having her Daddy growing up and it has cast a shadow on her children as well. I dont want to elaborate at this time publicly but my grand children suffer now as well because of my absence through my daughters fears. trauma get passed on for generations. While I certainly would love to help folks I wont at the expense of my fragile childrens sake. I hope people understand my explanation.Feel free to msg me @ if you would like to talk in a private setting.

  • [25] April 16, 2015 at 1:39pm

    As for abortion I was for it for a long time until it happened to me and it became real to me once he had a name and I built him his nursery. I lost my mind when it was my child and there was nothing I could do to save him. I looked at my wife no longer as some loving human being but a monster I didn’t recognize any longer. Yes abortion effects a man! it sent me into a very dark abyss for years.

  • [17] April 16, 2015 at 1:28pm

    Thanks all!….but to the rest of the world I’m just another dead beat dad and thats how they shut you up and put you in the corner.It matters not that I not only supported my wife and child but also my mother in law who lived with us at the time. Somehow I ended up the ******* in the court. You know though God lets things happen for a reason and at that time of my life I needed some humility and I’m thankful for the lesson.

  • [20] April 16, 2015 at 10:10am

    Sad to say but most of those guys arent really homeless. They do that for a living. The only time I held a sign was looking for work. My sign said “Need a job not a handout” I turned down cash often even though I needed it. It was about principle not need. I never even took Govt assistance unless I was made to by homeless shelter agencies.

  • [40] April 16, 2015 at 9:05am

    Yes Independent_Constitutionalist I always found it funny people will readily admit we are just 1 paycheck away from homelessness yet when it happens to you its like “No excuse for that!” I guess they don’t get not everyone has family they can run to to help pick us up. Most are lucky in that way I wasn’t.

  • [45] April 16, 2015 at 8:42am

    Yeah they are better Gonzo. I have grandbabies now and I spend every second I can with them. I also learned that things are not important people are. I don’t own anything I cant throw away and not think twice about. I am humble, loyal to a fault. I learned a lot having nothing and yet like the sparrow God took, and takes care of me. I still have some health issues due to being out in the weather that long and I have poor vision due to being beaten by some drunken kids one night as I lay sleeping under a bridge overpass. I am trying to save money to get my sight back. So hopefully soon things will be normal again. I am far better now then I was though thanks for asking.

  • [48] April 16, 2015 at 8:19am

    A divorce was my catalyst. I came home from work one day kissed my wife and daughter and my wife who was 3 months pregnant informed me she had an abortion after lunch that day. I felt like I was sucker punched in the gut. Long story short there was a divorce child support and alimony were assessed. I paid regularly and was not able to see my daughter much due to the ex making it hard and working extra hours to pay for the support and alimony and pay for my home car food to live.

    They tried to unionize my company where I worked and the company said they would close up shop before that happened and so they did close up. I was out a job and no promising leads plus I was already severely depressed as anyone would be. I tried to rent out rooms in my house for extra cash but it seems where I lived you had to pay the state some exorbitant amount plus there was a tax and it just wasn’t worth the headache. So I got 2 jobs that paid half of what my original job paid and filed for modification of alimony and support. The Judge saw me and told me I made $60k a year and so that was my potential and he was not lowering it. Eventually I lost my home couldn’t pay the mortgage and her and my daughter support. Lived in my car for 6 months until I got pulled in on a child support warrant. Was in jail for a few weeks got out .no car, no home, no hope. There are tons like me. Many resort to crime or just kill themselves because its a never ending spiral.

  • [42] April 16, 2015 at 8:02am

    There are many homeless with addictions and psychological trauma they are dealing with. Not to mention some get used to that lifestyle routine much like a person who likes the woods would enjoy living in and off the woods. The lady did the right thing for this man she shouldn’t feel bad regardless how it turns out. Not every good deed turns into a victory story but we as Christians dont lay up for ourselves treasures on earth right? :)

  • [32] April 16, 2015 at 7:51am

    Oh I had the worst time trying to sleep in my car before it got re-poed.I hardly ever got any sleep. Police would bang on the window and tell me to move along. I would move and in an hour there would be another bang on the window. Never got much sleep in the car when I lived in it. I remember after living in my car for 6 months being relieved I had a bench warrant for child support so I could go to jail and rest. I remember telling the public defender how long I was going to be able to stay in jail. He looked at me and said “Thats the first time I ever heard that question” I said “You have never slept in a car for 6 months either I bet” lol. I was released the next day and was seriously thinking about throwing a brick through a windshield to go back to jail but God wouldn’t let me.

  • [145] April 16, 2015 at 7:41am

    I was homeless for 14 years I had similar experiences. I could write a book on all the messed up experiences I had with the system. Its almost like they want you to stay homeless. Homeless shelters while certainly appreciated either have a 90 day stay policy (try getting your life back in a turtle like system in 90 days good luck),or they are long term that wanted to keep non violent non addicted folks like me indefinitely just to fill a bed but the moment you start getting pro active they want to medicate you or kick you out.

    I don’t even want to start about the exploitation of homeless folks. I have seen people work a young homeless guy all day and give him 12 pack of alcohol or some drugs. I have seen social workers try to recruit young homeless into prostitution ect.. I saw multiple social workers driving nice cars and had nice homes taking the good food daily from the food banks home with them. I saw one worker load up a whole van.

    They claim all these social service entitlements help the homeless and they sorta do but just enough to keep you in the system. I eventually crawled out but it was due to church folks not the system.

    Reverse discrimination for a white homeless guy is the norm. Be white and walk into a social service office and watch the attitudes change.

    The system helped put me on the street and the system tried to keep me there. Glad you are ok now Monk God Bless.

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  • April 15, 2015 at 11:29pm

    I totally agree!

    My sister had 3 kids by trickery 2 doctors and my favorite a lawyer. She gets $25k a month support she doesn’t work and brags about it. She was actually happy when she found out her son was autistic because as she said “Hes gonna be paying me until he dies.guaranteed income for life” I’m pretty sure my sister isnt the only one either.

  • [1] April 15, 2015 at 11:20pm

    I actually lived under a bridge no lie! THey don’t give 2 fks about the kids or your relationship with them! I got locked up many times. One time I got out of jail and she had moved and child support was not allowed to tell me where her and my kids were WTF?!! I seen it and lived it I almost took my own life. If it wasnt for the grace of God I wouldn’t be writing this.

    What the guy did was wrong but you are right the system did this. Far more just kill themselves but of course thats not front page newsworthy.

  • April 15, 2015 at 11:06pm

    Yes they are my children but only from a legal perspective because I was never allowed to parent or be a father to them thanks to a system that bankrupted me and then incarcerated me.This isnt even a bitchy ex wife problem. That I could deal with… and was, but losing my home,car,license,then being incarcerated by the state was the main problem. Hard to visit your kids and be in their life with no home,no car,and in jail. That is the system though.

    Thank you for your luck but luckily its finally over for me. but my daughter is now in an abusive relationship with her childs father and will not leave him because she doesnt want the childs daddy to be removed from her life like her daddy was (Me). So you see this not only hurt me it hurt my daughter and now her children. I just wish people would stop thinking emotionally and start thinking logically. The child support system is broke and is killing other generations. It needs to be either redone or get the state out of it. this isn’t the 60s when women couldnt work and the MAN was the sole bread winner. Now everyone can take care of themselves. If the judge would have gave 50/50 custody I would have had a paid off house,my car,and could probably had put away some money for her college. Unfortunately it didnt work that way and we all paid for it.

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