I remember watched a TV documentary on welfare. Specifically people who were born and raised in it.
One older lady was complaining because the government provided housing she lived in had a flat screen TV that
was too small and she wanted a larger screen. one other wanted to know why her monthly "check" was a day late.
New Dorp High School, administered by the New York City Department of Education, is a public school located on the East Shore of the New York City borough of Staten Island in the New Dorp neighborhood.
Worked with a buddy (briefly) at a few Sec8 (Subsidized housing if you want to be politically correct)apartments doing maintenance/porter/trash outs etc. Everything in that article is trill shit true. A few things I would like to add. The parking lot was a car show. There were Range Rovers, Challengers, Chargers, Tahoes, ESVs on 26 inches or better. Every building we went into smelled like a loud pack. Contact high.
Had a Corporate guy for one of the properties come through, because financial spread sheets werent adding up. Yep you guessed it. Behind on rent, when you dont really have to pay rent. You had people who only had to pay maybe $100 or so more for rent and they were still behind by several months. So we had to go knock on doors to see what the problem was. Yeah, I had the Kimber Pro Carry on me