Kreuger, who had the money sent to Souderton because his ex-wife lives in the town, used it to fuel his gambling addiction, said prosecutors.
The Californian woman said she was willing to be a witness but that the experience had not put her off online dating.
So i went on a few dates with a guy, whom is rather young which made me question dating him to begin with he's 19 i'm late 20's but he's very suave, and mature so i let my guard down a little and remembered i was that age once and that the age gap wasn't that bad..
If you were homeless, could you still pick up chicks?
I'm sure you know more about his situation than we do, and if not, ask. I don't think homelessness is a reason to count him out if you feel you two have a connection.I’m pretty confident that the lack of sunshine—and the resulting depression caused by Vitamin D deficiency—is partly responsible for Portland’s lazy “yeah, whatever man” culture.I’m not exaggerating when I say Portland is full of bums, and I’m not talking about the hipsters.Anyway later i find out he lives in a tent in his friends back yard! It just means that life has lead him to a point where he can't afford a roof over his head.I do like him and there is a mutual connection but homeless? __________________ So with a boundless mind may I cherish all living things, Suffusing love over the entire world - Above, below, and all around, without limit; So may I cultivate an infinite good will toward the whole world. Being homeless doesn't mean he's a horrible person... We generally have a bad perception of homeless people.I’ve had my fair share throughout the US, Canada, India and Europe.S., I figured dealing with the weather in the Pacific Northwest would be easy. In the winter, Portland’s stretches of rainy or overcast weather are so long that you’ll start to forget what the sun looks like.From the time I arrived in December all through January, there were maybe two or three days total that the city wasn’t blanketed in gray storm clouds.aren't you afraid you’re going to get stabbed / robbed / raped / [insert your nightmare here]?” (That was the reaction of some of the few people I told)Yea I was afraid of this too.