Joined 8 years ago
After I graduated from high school in 1988, I went to signed up for the California Conservation Corps and survived for two years as a janitor instead of working outdoor because I have foot surgery in 1985 and they were afraid that I might got hurt on the job and that was the only bad thing about working with the state of California.
Then I moved to Idaho in 1990 at mom request and it got worst when I moved there. I have spent the next four years babysitting my niece and nephew all because my mom told my half sister behind my back that Brian might able to baby-sit your kids without you paying for it and the worst part is that my half sister is nothing more than a drug addict and my mom is too blind to see it until I moved out of Idaho and back to California in 1994. The only good thing about living in Idaho is that at least I manage to go to junior college for two years even though I did not have a college degree.
After I moved back to California in June 1994, I settled down to Roseville, a suburb of Sacramento, and I did live there for four months before I have to stay in Riverside with my aunt for nine months before heading back to this small town name Lincoln, California in August 1995 and lived there for four years until I moved to Apple Valley, California in 1999.
After I settled in Apple Valley, I managed to do some odd jobs like cleaning out the horse stall for a few dollars here and there to helping my mother to babysitting foster kids from 2000 to 2001. I have no problems with those jobs, other than my mother complains about their social worker. At first, she complained that the social worker got into her business about how to deal with those kids, so she tried to switch from private organization to the county even thought their county paid less than the private organization. The problem is that the social worker for the county have the problem with me living there all because she used my disability as an excused. That social worker thinks that I am the threat to the kids because she claimed that my autism is the threat to the kids. So my mother not only told the social worker that I am not the threat to them, she told her that she no longer taking care of the foster kids because she have enough the social worker telling her what she can and cannot do with the kid. The only good thing about it is that they help diagnosed what my disability, which happens to be Autism, and landed me to this program, called Vocational Improvement Program, INC. and I did work there for four years until September 2006 when I moved to Texas on the count that my mother died and I have to deal with her side of the family, which most of them are nothing more than a bunch of loser who think that they are better than everyone. But the truth is that, they are nothing more than a bunch of hick and trailer park trash who spend their time going to Church on Sunday and then spending the rest of the week stealing, lying and covet other people property. Don't get me wrong about the people who attend Church, since not every one is a hypocrite, but the problem is that my every family member on mom side of the family are nothing more than bible thumper who is too blind to see the truth and they are the one who think that I need to have my eye open.
That, plus my own relative on mom side are nothing more than a bunch of loser who happen to be too lazy to help when you need it the most and the worst part is that most of them have two things in common, they either living on those who are working for that paycheck or living off on taxpayer money.
As for me, I am currently working at CareVu Corporation that is under Parker Group. a health insurance agency and I did spend eight hours a day sitting behind a computer doing some data entry for them. I was until I got laid off in 2009 and end up working at the local golf course.
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