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Monday, April 4, 2011

Lifehack's Guide to Homeless Markings

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  1. I'll definitely find this useful in future on those "missed the last train" nights.

    If only this was put more into practice though. So many people could benefit from this....

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  2. I'll keep an eye out for these on the streets. :3

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  3. hope I never need to use that info

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  4. Hmm... And what would be the use of this?

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  5. This is actually a really awesome idea

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  6. We must spread the word. This an awesome idea.

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  7. The only problem with teaching homeless people to mark buildings this way is that they are homeless and probably don't have access to a computer and the internet... otherwise good idea )

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  8. Wow I'm gonna use this when I become a job hopper haha!

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  9. Interesting stuff, hopefully never have to use it but might one day come in handy

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  10. And now I know how to keep the homeless away from my secret places.

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  11. Thats awesome, hope it helps people out.

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  12. Might need this in my near future >.<

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  13. lol interesting :-)
    followed
    http://ttroton.blogspot.com/

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  14. Wow those are actually incredibly badass lol. Bum code. Awesome lol.
    followed.

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  15. How often does this blog update?

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  16. pretty legit post man good advice ;)

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  17. dont think they use this system everywhere, never seen it in belgium

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  18. Great post!!! I'll be sure to return :) Keep up the great work!

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  19. love your blog! looking forward to more.

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  20. Cool now i can leave my job and be a fulltime hobo ! :D

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  21. I've seen a few signs arround my town never got what they meant

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  22. I never even knew these markings existed, but a very cool idea! Thanks

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  23. I've started to notice these more and more lately. They're more common than I thought

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