OUTLINE FOR UNDERCOVER HOMELESS EBOOK
Section 1: Who am I and why did I write this book?
In this section, I’ll talk about you (as the author). I’ll share your experience with respect to the title of the ebook and will also shed light on the purpose of the ebook. More details will be gotten from your websites (KoreanVictim.com, FuckLAPD.com and HomelessID.com). Here’s a sample:
My name is Steve Noh. I’m a Korean and I’m 62 years old. I was born into a poor family (with adoption) and barely received an unconditional love from the family. I spent majority of my life in depression, medically disabled (and as a result, I was forced to mental hospital couple of times) and also lived on limited income. I came to the US to study Comparative Pathology in North Carolina Medical School with full scholarship and I received stipends during the course of my study. I raised myself to secure an admission into Seoul National University (School of Veterinary Medicine) and then graduated with Masters Degree in Veterinary Pathology.
One of the major challenges that I had to battle with was linguistic problem. This hindered me from adapting into the American culture. It took me about 15 years to fully adapt into the American culture and communicate effectively (although my communication wasn’t that expressive or interesting enough).
I’ve had my fair share of dealing with bad cops due to underdog’s attitude. I’ve had some good jail experience as a minority. In order to be a role model to those passing through what I’ve passed through, I started a PodCast where I share inspiring nuggets. I appeared on Vallejo Herald- Tribune Newspaper, as Good Citizen of Honor (2001). The article criticized police failure and it also talked about my new property. The house used to be a place where drug addicts transact and buy hard drugs. I bought it out and transformed it into a nice garden home. I even contacted all neighbors to assist with the project.
Why did I write this book?
The main purpose of this ebook is to share ideas that will help homeless people and inmates. I believe it is possible to save our neighbors. After going through all I’ve experienced, I know better now and I believe the homeless needs to be saved. This ebook will shed light on my extreme life story and will help the underdog people to be inspired through my story.
Section 2: How to use gmail and open free google voice mail
Detailed instructions with screenshots will be given. The purpose of these platforms will also be discussed.
Section 3: How to join Facebook.com, Youtube.com and Fiverr.com
The step by step instructions to follow in order to open accounts on these platforms will be discussed.
Section 4: How to budget with $300 per month
Since the underdog people live on limited income, then they need to know how to manage their money. Although $300 seems small, however, if they can learn how to manage this money, they can live comfortably. This Section will explain how they can go about their normal life activities with $300 every month.
Section 5: How to rent couch for $200 per month
Homeless people are always couch-hopping. This Section will teach them how they can rent couch for $200 per month.
Section 6: How to survive if you become homeless
In case you become homeless, this Section will show you what to do. Tips such as how to set up tent, what to buy, where to buy them and the prices will be discussed in this Section.
Section 7: How to secure your valuables
Section 8: How to meet your best homeless friend
Section 9: Homeless Anonymous 12-step meetings at local church
Section 10: Why Seattle offered the most compassionate homeless care in the U.S
Section 11: What is wrong with Obama Phone 4 Homeless?
The problems with this policy and why it’s unfavorable will be discussed in this section.
Section 12: How to rent storage space and camp out near by
One of the major things that homeless people need is storage space. They’ll discover how to rent it and also live in its vicinity in this Section.
Section 13: The best place to panhandle
Section 14: Information about AA and NA meetings
Section 15: How you can find daytime resting area or a friend’s house
Section 16: How you can use your physical address to receive USPS mails
Section 17: How to write effective resumes as a homeless person
It’s important for homeless people with employable skills to learn how to write effective resumes and cover letters. That will be trashed out in this Section.
Section 18: How to reconnect with old school friends and seek for their help
Section 19: How you can keep diary and enter into Gmail’s calendar
Section 20: How to use gmail products for FREE
Section 21: How you can shop on Amazon, Ebay and Walmart with the best price
Section 22: About HomelessID.com
HomelessID.com is an online platform that is based on offline ID. It was recognized by California Governor (Jerry Brown). It’s a FREE platform that’s meant to give a face to the homeless. One Homeless ID is created, then e-Governance will be easier for reaching out to homeless people.
HomelessID.com will go a long way in revolutionizing homeless care with minimal cost. It will help to simplify e-governance, e-homeless ID, e-connection and e-statistics on homelessness.
With HomelessID.com, homeless people will be able to save their pictures and birth certificates on their profile.
Section 23: Mother Theresa’s role in helping the homeless
In this Section, the role played by Mother Theresa I helping the homeless will be discussed. Here’s an example:
Mother Theresa is not homeless in the U.S. She believed that the homeless needs to be taken care of to avoid paying more later.
Section 24: The influence of Christianity and other religions on homeless life
Section 25: MP3 player and USB storage unit for the homeless
Section 26: How to locate a public library
Section 27: How to use law library in LA
Section 28: What the homeless needs to know about gym membership
Gym membership costs only $10 per month at Planet Gym in DTLA. This Section will shed light on why homeless people need to visit the gym.
Section 29: How to end homelessness (An infographic)
Section 30: Success stories from former homeless people
Section 31: Employers for the homeless
Section 32: What is ‘Green Homeless?’
Section 33: Why homeless shelter needs to have laundry machine, alteration men, hair-cut men and storage space
Section 34: The roles played by Seattle’s Lazarus Center to help the homeless
Seattle’s Lazarus Center is a model for successful homeless program (targeted at men that are at least 50 years’ old). It works with major homeless care project known as “Compass Center” and it’s located in the middle of several homeless shelters. This Section will shed light on the different things I learnt from Seattle Homeless Care.
Section 35: Socks companies for the homeless
New Socks Company donates each sock per each sale.
Section 36: Jokes for homeless people
Section 37: A blog on “Just for the Night”
Section 38: Hot news on the homeless
Section 39: An insight into the homeless magazine online
Homeless magazine contains jail information including homeless-jail cycle. This online magazine can become a success if someone donates $1 million. The background music would be “We are the World.”
Section 40: Bail bonds franchise run by paralegal
Section 41: Legal consultation by “Email-on-Demand”
Apart from “Email-on-Demand” (which happens to be my patent), I also plan to open “Friends Outside” group to help inmates. It will feature online search and inmates will be able to locate their family members and also send books or magazines.
Section 42: How jail education helps to prevent homeless-jail cycles
Section 43: Homeless Conference
This will focus on the homeless and will put the homeless people in the fore front. It will help people to have a better understanding about the homeless’ mind.
Section 44: Communication between advocacy and the homeless
The major means of communication between both parties is email and texting.
Section 45: How to make money online as a homeless person
In this Section, details of how you opened your (called Web Post office) using compass center’s address will be discussed. The web post office is about www.permaID.com and it’s a two-way email system. This will help homeless people to also know that they can operate a business of their own.
Information on your encounter with homeless shelters in Seattle will also be included. The fight occurred while you were trying to combat bed bug problems by creating buttons. As a result, you were banned from about 3 shelters. You were also blacklisted after filing many complaints against LAPD. Details on this will be gotten from FuckLAPD.com when writing the detailed ebook.
Since newspaper ad did not allow FuckLAPD.com, you came up with KoreanVictim.com to broadcast your blog site and also shed light on your life story and inventions. More ideas will be taken from this site when writing the detailed ebook.
Section 46: Where homeless people can get an ID, its authenticity and cost
Section 47: How to exchange criminal records
Section 48: What LA city attorney offers for the homeless
Section 49: Where to find Pro-Bono attorney for the homeless in LA, Inner Law Center
Section 50: How to locate attorney’s office locations using Gogle Maps and Wooze GPS app
Section 51: How to find lessons on YouTube
Section 52: Letter to Michelle Obama
Section 53: Letter to Pope Francis
This will be aimed at soliciting for the Pope’s assistance on www.EveryoneinLA.org to end homelessness in LA County.
Section 54: Improving access to food among the homeless
About 40% of foods are not consumed in the U.S. You plan to create an app that will be used to locate the homeless through GPS and then send images to your main office. This will help you to help the homeless with proper information that will help to tackle the food problems that homeless people encounter.
Section 55: How other developed countries deal with homelessness
Section 56: Bill of Homeless Rights
Section 57: Rules at most homeless shelters
Section 58: How to locate free medical care
Section 59: How to apply for Disabled Metro Bus Pass or Access Card from LA County
Section 60: How to use grocery giveaway, food pantry, meals on wheels and angel foods
Section 61: Mental housing opportunities: PC Clinic located near Wilshire and New Hampshire
Section 62: How to rain-proof tent
Details about flooring and top covering will be discussed in this section.
Section 63: Best comfy clothing for the homeless
Details about the best leggings, shorts, hoodie and backpack will be discussed in this section.
Section 64: How to use blowup air bed
Section 65: How to sucure Obama Phone from getting stolen
Section 66: Cell phone class online
This section will talk about how to use cell phone and other related issues.
Section 67: Accessories for the homeless
Section 68: Conclusion
This section will be a recap of the book and will also shed light on why you’re in the best position to lend a helping to the homeless. More details will be gotten from facebook.com/underdog360 when writing the detailed ebook. Here’s an example:
I identify myself as an UnderDog. I was adopted, homeless, jailed and pushed to metal hospital. I was also a victim of elder abuse and injustice. I was medically, mentally, financially and socially disabled. I am role model to the homeless and can effectively represent them. I know their minds and also understand their thoughts.
I plan to open a Homeless Day Care Center. This idea was inspired by Seattle’s Lazarus Center, which is funded by catholic charity.
LA County (Homeless Out-reach) Mission(= across from Midnight Mission)=Dr.Noh's Center =HomelessID.com center
Dr.Noh's Homeless Center =LAC Homeless Mission Center,600 s. San Pedro St,LA,Ca90004( currently Abandoned Bld)
Homeless Day Care Center
1.it issues Homeless Photo ID Card
2.Categorize Homeless into different Categories
3.Hard Drug Testing
4.Computer /Hobby/GED Classes
5.Life-Coach on site
6.Luxury Shower Facilitiy
8.Hair Cut Center
9.Legal Assistance/Social Case manager
10.Homeless Ticket Reduction Program
13.Homeless Anonymous 12 steps
15.JOB Board Bulletin
17.Chiropractor, Remote Psychiatrist
19.Roof-Top Garden/Outdoor Grills
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