Let me find the regression line that best fits our love


I want to make a lot of money. I want to do something good with it.

One of the main things I’d like to do is set up some sort of program/shelter for homeless people who really want to get back into the workforce and get things back on track again. I would bet that there’s a fairly large proportion of people out there who honestly would just like to get working and earning money, but are unable to due to various circumstances (being homeless and thus not having a permanent address, not having the resources to acquire appropriate clothing for a job interview, not having a resume or not being able to construct one, stuff like that).

I would like to open up some sort of clinic thing that would provide services to homeless people who want to get working again and eventually have a place of their own. It would provide a permanent address (required for a lot of jobs), “work appropriate clothing” (at least for awhile), and any other useful services, like counseling (emotional, financial, etc.), and possible medical assistance.

Of course, there would have to be a lot of checks in place to make sure things weren’t being abused, but something like this has been something I’ve wanted to do for quite some time. And obviously something like this would be ridiculously expensive (unless I could acquire donations and/or other support), but if I ever have enough money, I’m totally doing it.

Anyway.

Just felt like putting that out there, ‘cause I think the only person I’ve ever told about this was Matt when he was up here.

 

Today’s song: Telephone by Lady Gaga (damn, she is addictive)

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  1. […] Start a foundation/program to help with homelessness, as described in this blog. […]

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  2. […] 13. If there was one charity you could give a huge contribution to, which charity would it be and why? I would make my OWN charity! Or something like this. […]

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