So i was hanging with a friend of mine at Bambello's on Bleecker street. Ok Mexican food, nice atmosphere and good sangria. During the conversation, we were able to stop periodically and view the Michael Jackson Memorial. Mostly seeing his daughter say her words over and over again. Even in the death, he healed the world for at least one day. As we drank more sangria and took up space, we chatted about music, jobs and life in general. The funniest moment came when my friend said She volunteers for a soup kitchen. She knows several homeless people because of the soup kitchen even the professional homeless people. I said "Professional"? Confused look on my face. She said yes, professionals. Now i am little giggly from the drinks but i did not know you could go pro in the homeless field. She continues they are the ones who never go back or never want to get out. They love their freedom, they space they live, the outdoors, the people that look at them and more. Maybe i will become homeless. I get free food, time on my hands, i can see the outside and travel the world. Ok, maybe not travel the world.
He that would make his own liberty secure, must guard even his enemy from opposition; for if he violates this duty he establishes a precedent that will reach himself. ~Thomas Paine
Check out the new Jim Jones Documentary. A Capo never stops.
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