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  1. Canon Canonets are widely accessible and pretty decent for the price point. Also a big fan of any Voigtlander rangefinder like the Vito line

  2. That’s what I was going to suggest. I have a Voigtlander Vito III and I love it. It’s a tank but it’s super compact since it folds. The only thing is you have to make sure there are no holes in the bellows. The controls are different from any other camera I’ve used but after getting used to it it’s really fun to shoot with. When I first got it I wasn’t too sure and I was nervous because it doesn’t have a meter, but I actually love the simplicity and lack of complicated settings.

  3. You can always just offer it to homeless people that you see. Or if there is a park or somewhere homeless people hang out, you could leave it there, maybe with a FREE sign on it.

  4. Of course. When I was on the street, I was happy a lot of the time. I wasn’t necessarily happy that I was homeless, but being homeless did not preclude me from being happy.

  5. Though for what it’s worth they can have nightmares. Mine cries sometimes or even yelps and growls and barks in her sleep. She also has a lot of dreams about her momma, she suckles in her sleep almost nightly and it makes my heart so happy and fluttery. She’s 3 and she still has those dreams nearly nightly.

  6. Awww! My boy is 4 and he still suckles in his sleep frequently. I find it so endearing.

  7. I’m sorry to hear about your difficult home life. If you are under age 24 check out the

  8. I would if it was a nice floor plan and I could afford it. I like living indoors but ironically I miss the convenience of living downtown.

  9. That’s awful, why would somebody take this?!

  10. Honestly? Cigarettes. I know it sounds crazy, but in my experience most people would rather smoke a cigarette than get in a fight. So if someone is getting crazy around me, I just ask if they’d like a cigarette.

  11. Honestly, none of these would mean much to me. They just sound like empty, meaningless clichés. I think your feelings are genuine, it’s just not coming across to me with any of these.

  12. It depends. I had one friend who was badly burned rescuing his dog from a fire, he had to have skin grafts etc. In his condition a person would normally get discharged and sent home after a few days but because of the risk of infection he had to stay in the burn ward at the hospital for several weeks. Infection is the main thing they worry about.

  13. How do you keep them from stealing the second bike?

  14. I’m not sure what you mean by “what happens to the benefits?” There are many people on the street who get SSI, being on the street doesn’t effect your SSI benefits.

  15. There is no “good” place to be homeless.

  16. Some guy built tiny homes for homeless I think in LA then the city confiscated them for violating regulations. Definitely check with the city/state first

  17. That’s exactly what I was going to mention, I’ll see if I can find the article I read about him.

  18. Awww, that poor baby! He is adorable, I’m glad he’s got a good home.

  19. Yes. In a time when humans are dying from neglect, hunger, and cold outside in our own cities, it is cruel and ethically unforgivable to choose to spend resources on a dog.

  20. I completely disagree with you. Human beings domesticated dogs, taking away their ability to live in the wild. Because of that we have an obligation to care for them.

  21. Personally I think anyone who claims to have “the solution to homelessness” is probably well intentioned but misguided. This solution (just like any other solution) isn’t going to work for everyone. It is going to take a variety of different approaches to address people’s different circumstances.

  22. In San Jose, CA a couple of years ago. It was winter and it gets surprisingly cold in SJ. I was at a stop light on my bike, there was a cop in his car next to me also waiting for the light. He rolled his window down to ask if I was ok and asked if I needed a jacket. His concern was genuine and very touching.

  23. You'd probably want to search for AKC registered, pet quality blue pit. Pet quality is less expensive than the AKC registered. Or get the AKC registered and show or not show, your choice. You'd have to research the breed info for history of full disclosure of potential problems with bloodline, also require references from prior puppy purchasers. I don't know if this would filter out the backyard breeder you refer to or not.

  24. Pitbulls are not an AKC recognized breed. So if you see someone advertising AKC pitbulls they are definitely an unethical breeder.

  25. Are there some pit types that are AKC registered, such as Staffordshire Terrier? If no, how would someone get ''papers''?

  26. Pitbulls that have “papers” are likely registered with the UKC or the CKC. The standards and criteria are not as strict as the AKC and so they don’t mean as much. American Staffordshire Terriers are AKC recognized and are considered “pitbull type” dogs. Pitbulls, Bullies, and Staffys all share the same lineage and their differences are minimal and generally cosmetic.

  27. Just to add to what has already been said, my dog is a classic FOMO case. He doesn’t have separation anxiety and can be left at home alone with no issues for any amount of time, he doesn’t stress when we are getting ready to leave. However he absolutely can’t tolerate any situation where he can see, hear, or smell us but cannot get to us. At home he can’t tolerate any closed doors and likes to stay in the same room as us.

  28. The primary problem with your question OP is that it completely ignores the fact that a huge number of homeless people have jobs. Your question is rude or judgy because of the assumption.

  29. Maybe it’s homosexuality promoting Satanism.

  30. I love your username! I assume it’s referring to the Coalition for the Liberation of Itinerant Tree-dwellers?

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