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  • Under RCW 74.29.205, RCW 72.02.040 and Public Law 93.365.92.603 as an ex-convict you are classified as a disadvantaged minority. (IF YOU HAVE A JOB WAITING YOU WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS BENEFIT) 2. Under the same citations as quoted in #1, you can write the DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES in your city or county, to get a list for LOW INCOME HOUSING. 3. Upon your release if you have no job waiting you can go to the Dept. of Social Services and apply for food stamps. Approximately $180.00 is available if you qualify. 4. Even if you rent a room if your income is below a certain level you are eligible in many states for a one time a year fuel assistance payment through your social services. 5. To help you get a job in the trade in which you are qualified and the job requires tools and/or special clothing, go to the DEPARTMENT OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION. 6. If you wish to start your own business, the SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONS can help. You must present a business plan to at least three banks and be turned down by them before approaching the SBA. The SBA can loan you up to $24,000.00 which the SBA guarantees to the bank. Under the retired businessman plan a sucessful small business owner, (who is retired) will help you formulate your business plan at no charge. They will also loan you up to $1000.00 more if a work vehicle is needed of course you must present a business plan which shows a chance for success. 7. Under the dept. of labor insurance plan, the government will ensure your bonding if needed for a job. 8. Targeted JOB TAX CREDITS is a benefit for the employers willing to hire ex-convicts. The employer will receive a $3000.00 "TAX WRITE OFF" the first year and a $1500.00 one the next. If the employer is training you in a skill the government will pay half of your wages for the first year, in addition to the tax-cut the employer receives. 9. As an ex-convict you are classified as a disadvantaged minority, thus you are eligible for vocational training schooling, as well as the benefits mentioned above.
  • Not to be funny--It seems to happen with extremely large cities: London, Tokyo, NYC, etc. The people who are born and have only lived in those megalopolises seem to view the rest of the world as inferior to their city, for some reason. If you ask a question like, 'which area is the most diverse?', people from each city chime in and answer it must be their city--even if they are inexperienced in any other place. In America, it seems to be a reflex from the NYC area: 'NYC is the most _______ (fill in the blank).' 'There is NYC, then there is the rest.' Are the people from this city superior to others just because they live there--even if their education is poor?
  • I'm not sure if you're defining it the right way, but in some sense I see what you're talking about. I don't think you have to be native to this type of place though. 38 percent of NYC is foreign born and I can guarantee you way more than 12 of the remaining 62 percent is not born in the city or state of NY, so the majority of ''New Yorkers'' can say they voluntarily moved there (or their parents moved them them). hen you're talking about New York City and relating it to London or Tokyo, you should only talk about Manhattan. In fact, really only what's below 100th street and if you want to include downtown Brooklyn. That's about 1.5 to 2 million people. Everything else may be city-like, but it's not what people from all over the country and world see when they think of New York. In Queens, Bronx, most of Brooklyn, Staten Island and upper Manhattan, there are natives there. This is the parts of the city people don't think of. There's transplants and immigrants there too, but there's a lot of American's. In ''lucrative'' parts of Manhattan, like the Lower East Side, Midtown or the Upper West Side, which is what people think of when hearing NYC, few people are actually native. In fact, it's hard coming across people who could tell you they were born and raised there. So much of the population is in their 20's and 30's, wealthy, is homosexual and ''Wasp'' that it's not demographically reflective of anything in the city or region. Now are these people really ''New Yorkers?'' So they're from Iowa, went to NYU and decided to stay? They've adapted, but are they a ''New Yorker?'' In their eyes yes, but there's still that small town boy.It's funny, but what's been the most symbolic song of New York since the mid-70's? New York New York, by Frank Sinatra. A non-native New York (born in Hoboken, NJ) says in his lyrics ''Start spreading the news, I'm leaving today. My small town blues are melting away.'' This is the song they play after every Yankee game - win or lose. It's funny that people put so much emphasis and pride into something they're not. The majority of the population can't say their native. The small town transplants don't like openly talking about their roots. Manhattan is the Hollywood of the East. I think the attitude ''New Yorker's'' possesses is more like Texas in that it's something that's like out of the movies. Like if you're a ''New Yorker'', you're supposed to be tough even though we're really no different than anyone. New York City is also a very educated city. While the public education system is largely underfunded and overpopulated, the majority send their kids to private or Catholic schools and do fine with that. They save money on not having to spend on ridiculous property taxes, car loans, car insurance, gas or commuting anyway, so it serves it's purpose.No one will listen to what an uneducated person has to say. They could scream at the top of their lungs, but they'll be no ear on the other side when it comes to this kind of thing. No one's ''superior'' to anyone. If anything, if it's not for everyone else, whether it be Iowa, Mississippi, France or China, New York is not a place that exists. It's random places like those who created us and still do to this day.
  • I'm always ready. I don't feel superior. I'm an open minded person. I'm a Canadian and a U.S resident. I live in Toronto and NYC. Born in Toronto. I'm more experienced, living in the chaotic suburban life. I don't discriminate or underestimate people from different cities.
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  • Ahhh I happen to be from NYC(Brooklyn to be exact) and it is by far the BEST city lol..I will never call any other city home. NYC is just very special to me.
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