ANSWERS: 11
  • I would give her enough money to ride the city bus to a homeless shelter. lol
  • I would send her to the door of my socialist friend who calls me a fascist, and see what she does with her.
  • I would help her as best I could. I would take her to one of the local shelters as they are better equipped to care for her and her children than I can in my 30 ft. 5th wheel trailer.
    • Linda Joy
      I used to live in a 32 ft. 5Th wheel when I was in Jr high and high school though my stepfather built patios and enclosed them and added rooms. I remember helping him hang sheetrock.
    • Thinker
      Living in a 5th wheel is OK but sometimes it gets a little close. I am glad I live alone.
    • Linda Joy
      We had a family of four living in a 32-footer for 4 years when I was a teenager! .
  • Il greet her and than give her birth control pills.. just kidding ... I'd find out from the individual what has happened and how am i able to help help her.. I purely believe that it depends on the story behind it all, there can be many reasons why a woman with 3 kids asking for help.
  • Help her get child care and aid and perhaps welfare to live out her life.
  • tell her to go stay in a shelter, im not allowed to have people stay with me long term
    • Linda Joy
      That's a stipulation in my lease as well. I can only have guest stay a maximum of three nights out of any 30-day period. Hopefully a spot would come open in the shelter in that amount of time. But if not I have a few neighbors that may be able to help out if it took a little longer.
    • Linda Joy
      Good to see you again! Are the kiddos keeping you busy this summer?
    • beaker95
  • You didn't see the "Trespassers will be shot" sign in the driveway?
  • Call an exorcist, Considering she would need to pass two security guards, a secured entry gate, come up two flights of stairs and another secured door, all to even be able to get to my door. That girl and her kids must be damn supernatural.
  • Someone I don't personally know? There's free housing next door.
  • I'd take her down to the council offices to see someone on housing, and if they ignore her I'd tell her to sleep in there until they take measures to allocate her temporary or permanent housing.

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