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A Short Story of Leaving Home

In the 1960s, when my brother Doug and I were young, we often ran away from home. Angered by some perceived injustice, we’d tell our mother we weren’t going to take it anymore. 562 more words

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The Space Hobos of Saturn

Meeting Hall of the Intergalactic Space Hobos Fraternity

Saturn Chapter –   Special Session

“I’ll be straightforward with you,” said the president. “We look like a pack of amateurs!” 450 more words

"Living That Hobo Life," Brought to you by Hobo Camp, LLC

Chris is a hero to the people and we talk about movies and the such…you know, just another regular podcast. Oh yeah, and we discuss the differences between, hobos, transients, and the homeless. 10 more words

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Depression Hobos and Aunt Annie Mae

The two-story boarding house proudly graced the corner of Green Street and Boyce Street in Union, South Carolina. It faced the Union Mill.

     Painted white, like all of the other mill village houses, the windows sparkled in the June sun. 698 more words

More Life Sentences For Members Of Super Gang

(CBS) — Life sentences have been handed down to two more leaders of a notorious “super gang” for their roles in multiple murders that were part of a vast drug-trafficking conspiracy. 158 more words

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Hobos Gang Leader Sentenced To 40 Years In Prison

CHICAGO (CBS) — A convicted gang member called “a disease to society” by prosecutors was sentenced Thursday to 40 years in prison.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Patrick Otlewski said Gregory “Bowlegs” Chester remained “unrepentant” about the crimes he committed as a leader of the Hobos “super gang,” described by prosecutors as “an all-star team of the worst of the worst” of Chicago’s street gangs. 847 more words

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Hobos ‘Super Gang’ Leader Up For Sentencing; Feds Want Life

CHICAGO (CBS) — The head of a murderous “super gang” that terrorized Chicago’s South and West sides for 10 years is set to be sentenced by a federal judge Thursday morning. 743 more words

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