Uncle Len’s Christmas Renovations by Uncle Len, Home Improver

I am taking my inspiration from a highly inventive “deplorable” fellow homeless man in the United States, and will be making my oil-stained shed into a five-star homeless retreat, over the Christmas, or die trying.
The man, living in Los Angeles, lives under an underpass. From discarded junk he has salvaged, he has constructed a makeshift jacuzzi, two porcelain toilets, a bed, couches and refrigerators. He calls his place “Paradise Lane.” 

See: http://www.breitbart.com/california/2016/11/26/homeless-turns-los-angeles-underpass-compound-jacuzzi-toilets/.

Of course the authorities have dismantled his man cave twice, but he just rebuilds it. A true hero for Uncle Len, he said: “I refuse to let the city beat me down to what they think a homeless person’s profile is.” 
It is also a lesson we deplorables should all learn, because our civilisation also needs to be rebuilt.

Put on the Whole Armour of God by James Reed
They Mean Business, Indeed by Charles Taylor


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