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I saw this thread in yesterday and I came here again to check out what happened. Any update Op?
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OP here.

Currently on the bus. what was to be a two day trip is going to be a four day trip almost. right now im between memphis and nashville TN. if anyone wants to western union 10 bucks to nashville so i can have a nice meal on a stopover tonight feel free to let me know! just kidding.
 Quoting: homelessguy92


Why so long, OP?
According to the Greyhound routes, the only one you'd qualify for had 1 day 15 hrs. for the longest length of time to get there.

You must be there by now since you'd only be 12 hrs. away including transfer time and it's been 26 now.

You really must have had a hard time, getting one with 5 transfers. Only one of them had 4 transfers. Only one had 3 transfers. The others were 2.

Noticed they only allow two bags and you said you had 3. Hope that worked out ok for you and you've had a good meal and are settling in.

Also hope you have a jacket or shirts you can layer, because it's going to be a lot cooler for a few days. Good luck. Hope you'll let these good people who've been so helpful and concerned, know how you're doing.
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I saw this thread in yesterday and I came here again to check out what happened. Any update Op?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40241183


OP here.

Currently on the bus. what was to be a two day trip is going to be a four day trip almost. right now im between memphis and nashville TN. if anyone wants to western union 10 bucks to nashville so i can have a nice meal on a stopover tonight feel free to let me know! just kidding.
 Quoting: homelessguy92


Why so long, OP?
According to the Greyhound routes, the only one you'd qualify for had 1 day 15 hrs. for the longest length of time to get there.

You must be there by now since you'd only be 12 hrs. away including transfer time and it's been 26 now.

You really must have had a hard time, getting one with 5 transfers. Only one of them had 4 transfers. Only one had 3 transfers. The others were 2.

Noticed they only allow two bags and you said you had 3. Hope that worked out ok for you and you've had a good meal and are settling in.

Also hope you have a jacket or shirts you can layer, because it's going to be a lot cooler for a few days. Good luck. Hope you'll let these good people who've been so helpful and concerned, know how you're doing.
 Quoting: Nine's


My sarcasm radar is buzzzing! So either I'm pretty good at picking it up, or I'm just way too sarcastic and read everything as sarcasm.
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piss your human dignity into acup for the cocksuckin state of texas buddy
i double dare u to go aut and get fuckinstoned so that u can keep yer dignity buddy
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i told u what to do yesterday

go outside and fly a sign
practice your pitiful face
it helps if u have a hang over and look like shit

like youve given up on things

time to get off of the web and actually do something

u just want to b homesss dont ya
open up a face book page and get free money

now fuck offf
u worhtless homeless bum
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i hope you never have to go three days sans food.
 Quoting: homelessguy92


THERE IS FREE FOOD AND FREE SOUP KITCHENS 4 U EVERYWHERE
U JUST DONT WANT TO EAT WHAT THEY HAVE OR U R A METHHEAD
NOW FUCK OFF WITH YOUR STUPID POOR ME PITY THREAD WHY DONT U GO SUCK A COCK FOR 20 BUCKS IF IF IF IF IF U R SO HUNGRY

THIS THREAD IS BOGUS AND SO R U

NOW GET OFF OF THE FUCKING COMPUTER AND GO GET IN LINE AT THE SOUP KITCHEN
SO MANY RESOURCES HAVE BEEN PROVIDED 2 U HERE THAT U CLEARLY R JUST SOME JACK OFF DOING A JACK OFF THING
U GOT AN ACCOUNT ON GLP?????
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WHY NOT GET SOME FOOD WITH IT U FAKE FUCKING COCKSUCKING ASSHOLE MOTHERFUCKER

I PUT A THREAD UP ON U U WORTHLESS FUCKING SHIT HOLE



STARTED AN ACCOUNT ON GLP TO RAKE IN SOME MONEY

FUCK U FUCK FUCK U FUCK
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Hey - I bet you could get some lawn mowing jobs! My daughter mowed the bank lawn for $35.00 - push mowed it - took her an hour. She did such a good job they wanted her to come back next week!

YOu get a few of those I bet you can start feeling a bit more secure - I know you don't have lawn mower but many houses have their own mowers and may not mind you using them - after a fe of these you can buy your own mower! Im' not kidding you - there's money to be had in mowing lawns! It's just a suggestion - but I think most people do what they need to do to survive - I know I would!

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I saw this thread in yesterday and I came here again to check out what happened. Any update Op?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40241183


OP here.

Currently on the bus. what was to be a two day trip is going to be a four day trip almost. right now im between memphis and nashville TN. if anyone wants to western union 10 bucks to nashville so i can have a nice meal on a stopover tonight feel free to let me know! just kidding.
 Quoting: homelessguy92


Why so long, OP?
According to the Greyhound routes, the only one you'd qualify for had 1 day 15 hrs. for the longest length of time to get there.

You must be there by now since you'd only be 12 hrs. away including transfer time and it's been 26 now.

You really must have had a hard time, getting one with 5 transfers. Only one of them had 4 transfers. Only one had 3 transfers. The others were 2.

Noticed they only allow two bags and you said you had 3. Hope that worked out ok for you and you've had a good meal and are settling in.

Also hope you have a jacket or shirts you can layer, because it's going to be a lot cooler for a few days. Good luck. Hope you'll let these good people who've been so helpful and concerned, know how you're doing.
 Quoting: Nine's


My sarcasm radar is buzzzing! So either I'm pretty good at picking it up, or I'm just way too sarcastic and read everything as sarcasm.
 Quoting: AnonymousGirl

Yes, and no, I guess. When you've given enough times to find out later it was....not as claimed, you get a little jaded, unfortunately.

Knowing someone is hungry is my weak spot. I hate it and want to help. But don't want to be a sucker again.

There were a few things that bothered me, and maybe not rightfully so. Among them, I noticed this seemed to be the OP's first and only post here.

When someone asked if he had someone he could stay with for a while, he said no, but later mentioned the friend in NY.

His attitude also bothered me. Instead of being thrilled by his ticket, there were comments about the number of transfers, the length of time, etc. That sounds to me more a feeling of entitlement than appreciation.

After he found that someone promised him a ticket, he asked for someone to call about his ticket on one post, and on another, it sound like he was right across the street from the bus station.

One kind person offered to bring him food. If that person brought food, nothing was ever mentioned about it. Shortly afterward, he had a ticket. Did the person bring the food and he was gone? Evidently he didn't have any, since he "jokingly" asked for Western Union to be able to eat at one of his stops.

Things like that. There may be a reasonable explanation for all of it, which is why I hesitated to mention it. It's probably just me. It's wonderful to help people in need, but irks the heck out of me and makes it harder for those who genuinely need, when some are less than honest. That's probably the basis for my sarcasm.
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ACCOUNT AT GLP


IM NOT REALLY HOMELESS

IM JUST JACKING U ALL OFF
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OP here.

Currently on the bus. what was to be a two day trip is going to be a four day trip almost. right now im between memphis and nashville TN. if anyone wants to western union 10 bucks to nashville so i can have a nice meal on a stopover tonight feel free to let me know! just kidding.
 Quoting: homelessguy92


Why so long, OP?
According to the Greyhound routes, the only one you'd qualify for had 1 day 15 hrs. for the longest length of time to get there.

You must be there by now since you'd only be 12 hrs. away including transfer time and it's been 26 now.

You really must have had a hard time, getting one with 5 transfers. Only one of them had 4 transfers. Only one had 3 transfers. The others were 2.

Noticed they only allow two bags and you said you had 3. Hope that worked out ok for you and you've had a good meal and are settling in.

Also hope you have a jacket or shirts you can layer, because it's going to be a lot cooler for a few days. Good luck. Hope you'll let these good people who've been so helpful and concerned, know how you're doing.
 Quoting: Nine's


My sarcasm radar is buzzzing! So either I'm pretty good at picking it up, or I'm just way too sarcastic and read everything as sarcasm.
 Quoting: AnonymousGirl

Yes, and no, I guess. When you've given enough times to find out later it was....not as claimed, you get a little jaded, unfortunately.

Knowing someone is hungry is my weak spot. I hate it and want to help. But don't want to be a sucker again.

There were a few things that bothered me, and maybe not rightfully so. Among them, I noticed this seemed to be the OP's first and only post here.

When someone asked if he had someone he could stay with for a while, he said no, but later mentioned the friend in NY.

His attitude also bothered me. Instead of being thrilled by his ticket, there were comments about the number of transfers, the length of time, etc. That sounds to me more a feeling of entitlement than appreciation.

After he found that someone promised him a ticket, he asked for someone to call about his ticket on one post, and on another, it sound like he was right across the street from the bus station.

One kind person offered to bring him food. If that person brought food, nothing was ever mentioned about it. Shortly afterward, he had a ticket. Did the person bring the food and he was gone? Evidently he didn't have any, since he "jokingly" asked for Western Union to be able to eat at one of his stops.

Things like that. There may be a reasonable explanation for all of it, which is why I hesitated to mention it. It's probably just me. It's wonderful to help people in need, but irks the heck out of me and makes it harder for those who genuinely need, when some are less than honest. That's probably the basis for my sarcasm.
 Quoting: Nine's


All valid points. :)
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I saw this thread in yesterday and I came here again to check out what happened. Any update Op?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40241183



Two bus breakdowns and other delays have made this one long trip. I was originally supposed to get to NY at 200 pm Today, now it look s like I won't get to NY before Friday.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40274156


Just saw this post. The one before this one, at 4:06 pm yesterday, said you were between Memphis and Nashville. According to Greyhound schedule, it's approx. 12 hrs. from your location to NY, including transfers. You should now be in NY. Maybe your friend could pick you up.

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So as of today I am officially homeless.

I won't bore you all with long sob stories.

About a year ago lost my job of twelve years, couldn't find new work, made some bad financial choices, and today I sit in the public library on my old laptop typing away as all my posessions lay in three small suitcases very close to where I am sitting.

I think this might possibly be the worst place to be homless, given the horrible heat.

So I have seventy-five cents to my name, am not sure where I'll be putting my head down to sleep tonight, and was wondering if anyone else out there has been in a similar prediciment.

I'll update my story here as I can. Maybe a few people will find it interesting.
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Sorry about your luck Loser,, Get a job.
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I think this might possibly be the worst place to be homless, given the horrible heat.

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huh


Ummm, no.
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On another forum someone scammed them for thousands before they figured it out. She ran the same dead dog story months later on another forum and someone spotted it and figured out it was the same person.
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u cant goto a shelter in texas unless you pass a drug test

look into it
enjoy
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I am drug=free

Shelters from what I hear are always at max occupancy here. I will check around. Thank you
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My 16 year old, with no training or learned skills, just got a job...so can you
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Yeah while she lived in your house, fed by you, paid for by you, who bought her cell phone? how did she get around looking for jobs? where did she get the clothes for interviews, the soap to wash herself? try this, destroy everything you own, lose all contact with anyone you know, plop yourself with nothing but the clothes on your back in the middle of a city, and see how easy it is to find work like your daughter
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My heart tells me you are being honest OP. My prayers are with you. hf
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When I was homeless here in toronto canada I was living in a shelter with a guy from dallas texas, on christmas morning there were people handing out care packages with various things and the guy said, "rich people are nice here" I asked him what meant, he said he was from texas and no one there would ever do something like this in texas, how its hard to even find a soup kitchen let alone anyone giving away presents.

I got mixed feeling about this because in the end you want people to take responsibility for their own lives, on the other hand theres good quality people for whatever reasons are in the situation they're in and need some kind of help to get them started back on the right track.


My advice to OP is to get on social assistance as soon as possible to secure a place and some credibility while lookiing for work. Stay away from the shelters they are traps, drugs, criminals, pedophiles the worst of the worst, losers of the losers and you can easily get dragged down into places you dont belong without even knowing it. Add to that the depression and drugs and it can feel like theres no hope. Whatever money you get, buy a phone, work labour jobs to stay busy and out of shelter people bullshit which will help your mental state, save up for first and last month rent, you dont have expenses so that should beh easy, get on social assistance to secure a place. Now you got some place to wash and change and make calls from to find a better job, if you need get some training which maybe provided to you through social assistance. And start looking for what you want to do with the rest of your life. Its not easy but its doable. I did this and i got a place now albeit on welfare with $230 a month to live on after rent I can just barely get food for the month but enough to live basically where I can spend my free time working on my andriod apps and starting my own software company. That being said im really temped to get a job because $230 is just not enough to live on but on the other hand the free time i have is much more valuable than working all day for minimum wage as a robot gaining nothing but extra spending money for a slightly better lifestyle. I figure I can use this time to make my own creations and get off welfare when I get real stable income.
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Pawn your laptop or anything you that you can sell for money and can live without. Desperate times call for desperate measures. Buy a tent, camp out.
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Why so long, OP?
According to the Greyhound routes, the only one you'd qualify for had 1 day 15 hrs. for the longest length of time to get there.

You must be there by now since you'd only be 12 hrs. away including transfer time and it's been 26 now.

You really must have had a hard time, getting one with 5 transfers. Only one of them had 4 transfers. Only one had 3 transfers. The others were 2.

Noticed they only allow two bags and you said you had 3. Hope that worked out ok for you and you've had a good meal and are settling in.

Also hope you have a jacket or shirts you can layer, because it's going to be a lot cooler for a few days. Good luck. Hope you'll let these good people who've been so helpful and concerned, know how you're doing.
 Quoting: Nine's


My sarcasm radar is buzzzing! So either I'm pretty good at picking it up, or I'm just way too sarcastic and read everything as sarcasm.
 Quoting: AnonymousGirl

Yes, and no, I guess. When you've given enough times to find out later it was....not as claimed, you get a little jaded, unfortunately.

Knowing someone is hungry is my weak spot. I hate it and want to help. But don't want to be a sucker again.

There were a few things that bothered me, and maybe not rightfully so. Among them, I noticed this seemed to be the OP's first and only post here.

When someone asked if he had someone he could stay with for a while, he said no, but later mentioned the friend in NY.

His attitude also bothered me. Instead of being thrilled by his ticket, there were comments about the number of transfers, the length of time, etc. That sounds to me more a feeling of entitlement than appreciation.

After he found that someone promised him a ticket, he asked for someone to call about his ticket on one post, and on another, it sound like he was right across the street from the bus station.

One kind person offered to bring him food. If that person brought food, nothing was ever mentioned about it. Shortly afterward, he had a ticket. Did the person bring the food and he was gone? Evidently he didn't have any, since he "jokingly" asked for Western Union to be able to eat at one of his stops.

Things like that. There may be a reasonable explanation for all of it, which is why I hesitated to mention it. It's probably just me. It's wonderful to help people in need, but irks the heck out of me and makes it harder for those who genuinely need, when some are less than honest. That's probably the basis for my sarcasm.
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All valid points. :)
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I'm still travelling. Two bus breakdowns en route.I am on the last leg of my trip but I am on a 12 hour layover in Syracuse NEw York waiting for my bus to Amsterdam NY at 10am tomorrow morning. I appreciate all the good wishes in this thread, and to the bad ones, well, that's how it goes. I haven't eaten since Sunday night--that is true no matter what some want to believe. Kinda rough watching all the other people eating in the subway and dunkin donuts here.
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My sarcasm radar is buzzzing! So either I'm pretty good at picking it up, or I'm just way too sarcastic and read everything as sarcasm.
 Quoting: AnonymousGirl

Yes, and no, I guess. When you've given enough times to find out later it was....not as claimed, you get a little jaded, unfortunately.

Knowing someone is hungry is my weak spot. I hate it and want to help. But don't want to be a sucker again.

There were a few things that bothered me, and maybe not rightfully so. Among them, I noticed this seemed to be the OP's first and only post here.

When someone asked if he had someone he could stay with for a while, he said no, but later mentioned the friend in NY.

His attitude also bothered me. Instead of being thrilled by his ticket, there were comments about the number of transfers, the length of time, etc. That sounds to me more a feeling of entitlement than appreciation.

After he found that someone promised him a ticket, he asked for someone to call about his ticket on one post, and on another, it sound like he was right across the street from the bus station.

One kind person offered to bring him food. If that person brought food, nothing was ever mentioned about it. Shortly afterward, he had a ticket. Did the person bring the food and he was gone? Evidently he didn't have any, since he "jokingly" asked for Western Union to be able to eat at one of his stops.

Things like that. There may be a reasonable explanation for all of it, which is why I hesitated to mention it. It's probably just me. It's wonderful to help people in need, but irks the heck out of me and makes it harder for those who genuinely need, when some are less than honest. That's probably the basis for my sarcasm.
 Quoting: Nine's


All valid points. :)
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I'm still travelling. Two bus breakdowns en route.I am on the last leg of my trip but I am on a 12 hour layover in Syracuse NEw York waiting for my bus to Amsterdam NY at 10am tomorrow morning. I appreciate all the good wishes in this thread, and to the bad ones, well, that's how it goes. I haven't eaten since Sunday night--that is true no matter what some want to believe. Kinda rough watching all the other people eating in the subway and dunkin donuts here.
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And if anyone does want to western union me 10 bucks so i can get some food here in syracuse tonight I would very much appreciate it.
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My heart tells me you are being honest OP. My prayers are with you. hf
God Bless and God Speed on your new life.
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I am being honest in everything I've written in this thread.
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OP, any update? keep us informed please
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OP, any update? keep us informed please
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I just posted an update. I am on the last leg of my trip. Was a longer trip than it should have been due to bus break downs. Right now I am in syracuse New York where I have to wait 12 hours for a morning bus to Amsterdam New York where I should be met by friends.
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OP, any update? keep us informed please
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Right now I'm just very hungry as last time i ate was sunday sometime.
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OP, any update? keep us informed please
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Right now I'm just very hungry as last time i ate was sunday sometime.
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The Bridge opened in May 2008. The $17.4 million facility is the key component in achieving Dallas' 10-year plan to eradicate homelessness by 2014. It's often referred to as a one-stop service area for the homeless, providing not only food and shelter, but also access to care managers like Oaks, onsite health care facilities, legal aid and job assistance as it seeks to move its guests from street chaos to shelter care to independent living.

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As someone who's spent 12 of last 17 years on the street, leave Dallas.
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As someone who's spent 12 of last 17 years on the street, leave Dallas.
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As is explained in the thread, I am no longer in dallas, or even texas.
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OP, any update? keep us informed please
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Right now I'm just very hungry as last time i ate was sunday sometime.
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The Bridge opened in May 2008. The $17.4 million facility is the key component in achieving Dallas' 10-year plan to eradicate homelessness by 2014. It's often referred to as a one-stop service area for the homeless, providing not only food and shelter, but also access to care managers like Oaks, onsite health care facilities, legal aid and job assistance as it seeks to move its guests from street chaos to shelter care to independent living.

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I'm no longer in Dallas or Texas as I've written throughout this thread during my travels over the past few days. Right now im in the bus terminal in syracuse.
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OP, any update? keep us informed please
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Right now I'm just very hungry as last time i ate was sunday sometime.
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The Bridge opened in May 2008. The $17.4 million facility is the key component in achieving Dallas' 10-year plan to eradicate homelessness by 2014. It's often referred to as a one-stop service area for the homeless, providing not only food and shelter, but also access to care managers like Oaks, onsite health care facilities, legal aid and job assistance as it seeks to move its guests from street chaos to shelter care to independent living.

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I'm no longer in Dallas or Texas as I've written throughout this thread during my travels over the past few days. Right now im in the bus terminal in syracuse.
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for the n ext 12 hours
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What's the address of the Subway where you're located?
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What's the address of the Subway where you're located?
 Quoting: Nine's


Checking one second. it's in the greyhound terminal building looking for the address
Nine's

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05/22/2013 11:19 PM
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Re: Homeless in Dallas Texas
I looked and can't find a subway to match any terminal. Is it one of these?

140 Walton St
Syracuse
(315) 471-0165

2500 James St
Syracuse
(315) 463-2222

357 S Warren St
Syracuse
(315) 474-7827