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anneh5 May 30, 2018
Extremely dangerous!
Apparently if you live too close to the things in government housing they can infect you with their poverty and you may catch it! The houso disease.

Symptoms may include feeling ashamed of the public housing stigma and possible carbon monoxide poisoning due to the dodgy heaters in the properties that the government hasn't fixed.

Once you are transformed you will become a low income earner that ends up on public transport with a concession ticket and the next thing you know you are shopping at Aldi for genetic branded cereal.

I would know. I've lived in public housing for 27 years and my low socioeconomic status has been nothing but inconvenient to the middle class people trying to live their lives around me.
I suppose It's people like me that taint the area and cap the median house prices at $1323000. What a disappointment.

I would move elsewhere but no one else in Melbourne wants council housing in their suburbs either. I guess I'll stick around (as dangerous as that may be)
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Excuse the typo. I only got a basic education and only just passed grade 3 because I'm a houso and don't know better.
May 30, 2018
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