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    Red face looking up

    So, everything had evened out. I saught help finding work. Because I have a couple of severe mental disabilities I was able to go BACK to VOC rehab to get help, and they sent me to their job placement facility run by the Cherokee Nation, and HOLY SH*T they work fast. I'm starting an OJT (on the job training) program, they rebuild my resume, and the day I go to work I'm a full employee with full benifets. I should expect calls as early as Monday from placed they are sending my resume too.

    On a side note the 22nd I'm going to be going to see Falling in Reverse. This band saved my life a few years ago their music gave me a voice, and for the first time they're coming to my state.

    May 22, 23, 24 I'm going to Rocklahoma

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    Hey, that's great news. Hope you find something quickly. Have fun at the concerts.

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    And to think you thought you were all washed up.... good for you, sounds like awesome days ahead.

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    I live for the concerts <3 nothing beats seeing Motionless in White, Halestorm, Linkin Park, Of Mice&Men and In Flames all in the same weekend

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    Congratulations, though it sounds like you've initiated the things that made this work, and that you're working hard. You sound like you might be native American. My dad was Lenni Lenape. I would claim the same, but they adopted me when I was two years old. I am recognized by the two nations in our area of Central Virginia.

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    Actually no I'm not native American, the Cherokee nation just runs the job placement part of VOC rehab here

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    I didn't know the Cherokee Nation did that. I'll have to check on ours & see who does it. I don't think the Cherokee Nation handles ours in this part of the State.

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