neiceann's comment history

neiceann said...

to candicane 23. You really need to step back and take a look at reality. There are no jobs out there. If you happen to get one, it's not enough to pay for the high priced apartments and homes that are out there. I worked at a job making more than minimum wage and I was LUCKY to have found a good place in a good neighborhood for cheap. Unfortunately everyone isn't so lucky. I know people who work very hard every day but still can't afford to live above the proverty level. As far as going to college and getting free money to go to college, yea right that money only go to certain people. If you get that money you still have to pay bills and maintain. I just moved back to chattanooga, and if it wasn't for the fact that my aunt and i decided to roommate together, i probably would have been a working person in the projects as well. While looking around for a decent apartment or house in a good neighborhood, was very difficult. There was nothing in my price wage. As much as i was making it still wasn't enough. But I prayed about it and was able to find something. Reality is the economy is messed up. I grew up in the projects as well, and fortunately for us, they weren't as bad as they are now. Instead of us condeming why someone is living in the projects, why don't we try to understand why they have to live there. every one can say, go to school, get a job, where are the jobs and where are the people to help them with some type of training to get this jobs. Cause you do have to have training or some experience. take a good look at yourself before condeming someone else. No one is perfect. Can we change? sure I believe things can change, but not with people like you who wants to blame them and believe that there are jobs out. It took me 3 years to find a job when I first move to Ga. in 2000. so come back to reality

October 2, 2011 at 5:10 p.m.
neiceann said...

we as blacks need to come together to stop this trend. until we do the violence will only continue. im prayin for you lathe. i love you lil'bro. im also prayin for the other family as well. i didnt know the young man but i know my brother lathe is a good person. and this shouldnt have happened

September 28, 2011 at 9:24 a.m.

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