I have a strong feeling this is fake. I mean really, who do you honestly think you are fooling. Unless you really are the dumbest hacker in the world, and maybe this is real, then I really hope karma comes and bites you in the ass.
Haha, Robyn Hood.
That reminds me of the ad we have down under. For a phone company. And the guys is called Robin Da Hood. Sorry, I thought you'd like to know! :)
Because posting this on here was such a brilliant idea....
why is there a computer in the kitchen ?
I was watching my friend's screen-saver once (which was just a commercial for the computer), and they were showing how versatile the computer was cause the guy model was using it in the living room or the office and the girl model was using it in the kitchen. :p
First of all, I firmly believe that this isn't real. A real hacker would never, ever post something online like this, unless they were a genuinely stupid one. A hacker, of all people, would never post this knowing how easy it is for people to trace these things, especially when they are also admitting to a very serious crime that they could easily serve half of their life time in prison for.
Second of all, I will never condone stealing. Ever. I don't care who you're stealing from and what you're doing with the money. None of that changes the fact that you are stealing money that other people worked for (of course, I'm assuming that you're stealing from one of the few corporations that are honest workers) just to benefit your own agenda. That isn't fair, and could potentially have repercussions against the institution that you're donating your stolen money to.
That said, you're probably a fake. If you aren't, though, I hope you get what's coming to you.
What they said. And also, loads of police will go on this site. Or haven't you realised this?
At least she's not doing anything stupid with the money.
So what you're saying is that you steal people's money that they earn rather than getting a job?
I'll have some great fun if the OP gets arrested after posting this here.
Ok, I can see why you would want to do this. But honestly, couldn't you get a more reasonable, LESS ILLEGAL way of doing this. You are basically making the situation worse. Please stop, you're only making things worse for yourself
How about giving it to the poor as well.
I was wondering the same thing as Nicit6 :) I really hope the OP comments.
Like a lesbian robbin hood. Amazing is all I have to say, keep it up.
Stealing people's hard earned money is not "amazing," it's illega; and wrong. Those people worked hard for their money, if OP wants to raise money they can work hard in school, get a scholarship to a nice college and work on computers for a LEGAL living. I don't like how I am moneywise, but I would never steal from others, even if I felt they didn't deserve it. Grow up and stop living in a fantasy world.
How do multiple people here not know what LGBT is?? If you're over the age of 12 and have TV/Internet access, it's pretty inexcusable. Especially considering all of the context clues in this secret...
Anyway. I want so badly to tell you how wrong all of this is, but the first thing I thought of was that I wish you were in the U.S. to help correct this 1% problem we're having...
what is LGBT?
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Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans.
I used to think the "T" stood for "Trisexual".
Um, I'm not quite sure what LGBT is (completely making a fool out of myself here) and I suppose that you are over 18 or 17 and I have to say, YOU COULD GET ARRESTED AND HACKING AND STEALING MONEY IS ILLEGAL. There ARE other ways to earn money, you know? Like, working and things like that. NOT STEALING.
Also, I'm very sorry that got disowned, truly.
Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Transgender.
I'm a lesbian, and this is WRONG! Way to prove we aren't lying, cheating, terrorist assholes.
but you do realize that's illegal, right?
Did you hack SBS to get this posted? Genuinely curious.
Seriously, how often do you change your names??? :)
you are brilliant. i mean its a bad things but i would probably do that if i had the skills because i am from a poor family aswell ..
good job on the baby. my friends mom had a baby at 16 and always said to her daughter "if you werent born my life would be great." dont say that to your kid please
my mom had a baby at 17, and she went on to college and has a great career, my boyfriends mom and sister had babies at 17 and they both have perfect lives.
congratulations for the baby :3
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My mother had a child at 16 and she is the most amazing mom I could ask for! Yes she did have to grow up faster than other kids but she did it. Congrats on the baby, I hope things work out and people stop judging you.
Even though you're young, congratulations and good luck! I'm sure you'll make great parents :-)
I think it's great that you're deciding to have the baby and not get an abortion, but you are still very young and it will be very hard to get a job and take care of the baby. If you realize it's going to be too hard, maybe you should consider adoption?
'Oh you're pregnant and still a student? What a great future you have.' - Condescending Wonka.
Did you plan to have your own house and pay for all of the child's expenses or did you "plan" that you would keep the screaming baby in your parents house and have them care for it? If you planned for your parents to pay for or care for the baby without telling them, that was a really horrible thing to do. Babies aren't just something that you have one day, it is a 24 hour thing for the next 18 years. I doubt that either of you is prepared to deal with that.
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I agree completely.
People come on this site to get their secrets out in the open and herd, NOT for people to tear them down even farther than they are, or their life may be. This site is for people to get help and advice. Maybe this couples life is bad, or something tragic happened and they needed the hope in their lives.
If you live with your parents, you probably aren't ready to have a child. Sorry, but unless you have means to support a child I think it's wrong to have one.
How exactly do you expect to support the baby?!
Um. Not to be a naggy two-shoes, but he's not an adult yet. He's 17, but you're 18. That teeeeeeeechnically makes your relationship illegal until he turns 18. :\ Just sayin'.
Only in certain states. Here in Michigan the age of consent is 16.
Age of consent here in IL is 17.
I thought it was just overall illegal for anybody under 18 to have sex regardless of state law?
You know what, if you wanted it then let me tell you congratulations. It'll be hard, people (see below) are going to judge the hell out of you, but if this is what you want, and you're really ready for a baby than they don't matter. There are plenty of people who have planned to or gotten pregnant young on accident and been perfectly fine and happy with their lives, and actually felt that their lives were the better for it. I wish you and your boyfriend the best, and that you have many happy, joyous years to come.
Couldn't you wait until you finish school?
y did you want a baby so young?
Really?! You just ruined your future right there.
Wow, aren't you smart?
I swear, you humans just get stupider and stupider.
Um, tell me if im wrong but are you not a human? if im correct your a human so doesn't that mean that your getting stupider and stupider as well?
Im just wondering because you know, your post is what would you say, stupid?
It's called role play. :D I sometimes actually like to pretend I really am the son of the goddess Amaterasu.
And, you're proving my point, FYI. *I'm *If *I'm *correct, *you're *human, *you're *I'm
Are you crazy?
If you are a student at the school and therefore a minor, you need to go to the police NOW so they know that you're homeless and can find you a foster family or something.
If you're an adult who just happened to be staying near a school, your situation is a bit trickier. Find a homeless shelter and get a job, even if it's part-time at McDonald's or something. Get involved with a church that works with homeless people, even if you aren't religious. I know I would suck it up and play the part if it meant free meals and housing that I desperately needed.
i am so sorry . i will pray for you because i feel really bad !
Tell a teacher/cps/police. Seriously.
In the meantime, get a refrigerator box. I hear those are gold.
^^Oh, and libraries are good to stay at during the day. I read this book called Runaway and that's where she went...
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thats a really good idea (:
Oh, I try...
How could you live in a hobo house when you need to provide to school the proof of your home address (and phone number)?
Not to mention that you're HOMELESS but apparently can access Internet, and publishing this secret on SBS to invoke sympathy is more important than FINDING A NEW HOME?!
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Schools don't necessarily require PROOF of your address. They just need an address. And perhaps OP was in school when they wrote this, and couldn't just leave to go find a new home.
You could be right. My school required. And college did too. Anyway, her priorities are still wrong. Posting a secret on SBS won't find her a new home.
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If she's, like, 13, what on earth can she do to find a new home?
Buying a house isn't the only way to find a new place to live.
What about crashing at a friend's place? What about going to a homeless shelter? What about building the same hobo house she had before? What about asking for help from teachers/priests/friends/friends' parents/relatives?
And who says she's 13? She only said everybody in school was talking about it. For all we know she could be a teacher or a janitor.
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I don't know about SCHOOL, but around here, if you want to register to vote and are homeless, you just have to give the street name where you've been sleeping or the address for the homeless shelter. I've had homeless people who go to my church who give the church's address for things, too. OP coulda done that. There's also a computer in my church, and there's computers in the library and in a school computer lab. It doesn't seem that implausible that OP could be homeless and go to school/have an internet connection. Hell, I've met homeless people at my school- they live at the shelter.
Well, either way, her priorities are all wrong. Posting a secret on the Internet won't help her find a new home.
No, no, no. All public schools in the U.S. are REQUIRED to provide an education to homeless children. Also, libraries have free Internet access.
Well, I apologize. I was going off of my experience. It doesn't undermine the fact that posting this should be less important than finding a new home.
excuse me, but us homeless people need a job to find a home, and if no one hires us, we can't simply just say "hey, I want to live in this house here." We can't afford it.
I agree with Timon on this one.
It's really not hard to find any old job. Fast food places are ALWAYS hiring. Restaurants hire hostesses and waitresses constantly. Craigslist is just overflowing with job openings. Yes, they're shitty jobs that you'll hate, but beggars can't be choosers, you know?
What if she has a little sister or brother that needs care? What if her mum is a single mum? Then what? Me and my mum were almost homeless because no one would hire her because she needed to only do certain hours (When my baby brother was at his dads) and I was too young to babysit. I understand that you think it's easy, and I'm not saying this because I mean to be rude, but there are also people like the people down my street, she can't drive, has a limp, and everyone calls her family "the ferals" because her kids muck up. One has autism, ADHD, and some other disabilities and of she leaves him home he'll probably burn the house down. It depends on the situation.
I can't address every possible situation for obvious reasons, but there is a solution to every problem. It usually won't be a fun, convenient, or easy solution, but it will work.
The shitty, guaranteed jobs that anyone can get (like at McDonald's, for example) allow you to basically choose your own hours. There is school for most of the year, which frees up a lot of time, and if the kids are younger they should be going to a Head Start program. Many churches offer free daycare as well, and then there's the obvious solution of friends/family as free babysitters.
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Very true. I just wanted to point out people like my mum, who if she didn't have her ex my 10 month old brother would have no where to stay (she has no friends) :) But what you are saying does work for most people
I don't suppose you homeless people could crash at a friend's place or build that hobo house all over again somewhere else, or maybe go to a homeless shelter?
Just a thought I had.
I kind of agree with you there. You do need to provide an adress and phone number. And it is probably more important to find a new home than posting a secret online. But you could get free internet access at a local library
Hun, if i were you I would talk to the teachers, counselors, police, etc. Please do something like that! :)
That is terrible you would say that!! Show a little compassion, be a little sincere!!! Gosh!
You're going to love me, if you think that was bad.
Child protective services/police/etc. maybe?
I just love how many people are focusing on the dating situation. NOT the priority. One, I'm now sending you an internet hug, because I believe hugs can work miracles. Two, let's start with the dating scenario; it would probably be best to break up with him, because it would a) make everything easier for everyone involved, you wouldn't be faking a relationship, he wouldn't get lied two, and b) it might make it easier for your parents to understand were you to "come out."
Now, onto the more delicate topic of parents. As Bambi has said, they may not be as homophobic as you are lead to believe, so it may not be as bad as you think, but if they are, you do have some available options. You can perhaps wait until you've moved out and away, and then come out, so if a bad reaction does occur, at least you don't have to be reminded of it everyday, or you can tell them now, though this may lead to trickier situations at home, another (though probably less favourable) choice is not to come out, though this is most likely to result in you feeling ridiculous amounts of pressure to "fit in," and to feel like you're hiding something dreadful, which, really, being gay/lesbian/bi is not.
Maybe a nice youtube video will brighten your view :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWWlVThkxNs&list=UUsnSkZ1A9Dwk0rniUCgaV0Q&index=7&feature=plcp enjoy.
You could always just be single...?
Actually, you do have a choice. Coming out will make you feel better. You;rs also not being fair on the guy you're dating. Even if you hate him, he doesn't deserve to have you lying to him.
Holy- thats my town! I go to the High School! Mad weird Op that we live in the same town. Wonder if I know you xP. Talk to meh here op! http://www.formspring.me/AccioDreams1
You always have a choice, you just choose what options you can live the most with. You could dump this guy and either date no one or date someone you don't hate as much. You could find someone to support you, make sure you will be protected and safe, and navigate the pain of coming out to your family. You have a choice. You are choosing the way that you can best live with at this moment. It's not making you happy, but it's helping you survive for now, and that's ok.
It's not really fair to hate him (unless he gave you a good reason) just because your a lesbian and decided to date him. Couldn't you just break up with him and stay single until you can move out? If you're not living at home then your parents will have no say in what you can/can not do.
It's your decision if you tell them or not, but it could go both ways. They could turn out to be understanding and help you tell other members of the family, or they could be disappointed. They might not hate homosexuals as much as you think. It could be a front they keep up to fit in with the rest of their religious group. Or having a daughter that is a lesbian might make them look at things differently. Whatever happens I'm sure they will always love you and while it might be a shock for a while, I'm sure they would come around and get used to the idea. You never know, in a few years time you could be introducing your girlfriend to them :) Until then try keep a positive outlook on life and look at both ways it could go. I know it can be hard to keep something a secret so you should consider telling them at some point.
Okay, first of all, it's really unfair to your boyfriend if you're dating him as just a cover up; you could just as easily not date anyone. Now, I completely understand this situation and it's a horrible one to be in. Right now, I think your best bet is to try to stay on good terms with your family and worry about dating once you're financially stable and able to move out. Once that happens, you can do what ever you please and shout you sexuality from the rooftops, if you so please.
Until then, it's just matter of holding out until that moment. It will be worth it, and all things that are worth it, take time. Good luck.
Does he know you're a lesbian? Because I don't think it's fair to him. If you're over 18, then you can move out of your parents home and do what you want with your life. If you're under 18, then maybe it would just be the best if you were single until you can move out or leave for college or sth.
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This is a bit ridiculous. Can't you be single without coming out to your family? Besides, unless you're under 18 -- heck, even if you are -- it's not that much of their business who you're dating. Unless you get married or something. Let's not forget you're using a guy - and you complain about him.
Dating a guy you hate is not fair to him. I can definitely understand not coming out to your parents, but maybe you should try not to get into a serious relationship just yet. You are lying to the poor guy and setting him up to be heartbroken.
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If you really are homo-sexual, you shouldn't have a problem with it, just words ya know?
Being gay isn't easy. You'll ALWAYS find someone who just can't deal with it, who says things they shouldn't, it's going to happen, and it's very, very difficult to stop without getting the authorities involved. It sucks, yes, and it's not going away easily, but it's up to you to make a change, because no-one else will. (Yes it sucks to say that but it's become the harsh truth.)
Oddly, people generally stop or minimise the comments when they find out someone is actually gay, because they become so much more aware of their words, you may not believe me, but I can swear it's true.
Here's something though: Though it can feel that those words are all there is, all the words that you hear, there's really so many other, supportive, words, phrases and people out there. That is another little fact.
That is exactly how I feel, I'm actually trying to stop it with my Girl Scout Gold Award project. I could take awhile, but I'm willing to keep at it.
That's good ^_^ Some people never realize that what they say affects the people around them as well. Keep at it (:
Not everyone will except you. Ever. Nor will people ever stop saying those things. It sucks, but if you don't like it, you could always tell them to stop (easy in theory, yes, but it doesn't always work; just an idea though).
I really hate it too V.V
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I'm very sorry because i know i have said it before, without even meaning it, I guess for most people it is a habit that is really bad, again sorry
You're going to be waiting a very long time if you're going to wait for everybody to accept you. Fact of the matter is, that unless there is some sort of divine intervention or something, some people will always be homophobic, just like there are still people who are extremely racist.