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The Pain of Low Income

October 17, 2012

The words of someone who is trying to live in Low-Income housing

Anchor 1: The future of low-income housing in Kentucky has a home in a small community just outside of Morehead. Anchor 2: In this feature report, NewsCenter’s Carl Gibson speaks with state officials and others behind the first Green Build Kentucky-designed home in Edgewood…

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7 Comments

  1. DaniandShaliOct 17, 2012 at 3:38 am

    I have tried to close this video since circumstances have changed and I’m now in college.  Unfortunately, it won’t let me remove it. Things were hard back then. But they have improved a lot.

  2. thaichikOct 17, 2012 at 3:52 am

    Hi… I´m very sorry you are going thrue such hard times, and here is some advice you could use if you see fit

    Look for a food bank in your town , or the closest city, they are usually run by ministeries, and they can help you with your groceries.
    Also the Salvation army has thrifty stores where you can buy for much less.
    If you need furniture, look in the newspaper for garage sales….
    You must probably know this already, if not, there you have the info
    keep save….God bless

  3. rebelsouljazOct 17, 2012 at 4:28 am

    you should rob a bank or something :)  goodluck

  4. tv10moreheadOct 17, 2012 at 5:08 am

    Great Effort using practical currently easily available tech BUT w/ credible stories easily found about the “grid” being hacked into &blackouts easily caused by a troublemaker busting glass insulators we need to move to more self-sustained neighborhoods w/ their own power generation capabilities. The Peak Turbine natural gas devices being just a hint at what is possible to phase out “Big coal” plant grid, FORGET “Nuklar” we do not need either (my family is connect to coal for 60+yrs )

  5. tv10moreheadOct 17, 2012 at 5:11 am

    Does it make since to maintain Natural Gas distribution networks from Texas to NY et c when just drilling deeper could supply New England’s needs? Russians PROVED Abiotic hydrocarbons exist deeper than the fossil record way back in the 1950s, what we have is a “Energy NON-crisis” cronism/crapitolism/corportism establishment racket with good ole boys production quotas and protected markets for natural gas along.
    I suggest a report on all the new drilling in Morgan and Johnson Co. off 460& 172

  6. tv10moreheadOct 17, 2012 at 5:47 am

    Well it is still IMHO a feel good cover up, homes/dwellings could be “off the grid” using their own geothemal, high efficiency solar wind and even neighborhood or small scale natural gas turbines and individual gas wells. Some could be 8-10miles deep but Gas/methane is just about everywhere in the earth’s crust. Geothermal MIT report says it could provide hudreds of THOSANDS of times the worlds current and projected energy needs. Dig down 80feet and it is 55 degrees year round. HEAT PUMPS!

  7. lkorte2005Oct 17, 2012 at 5:58 am

    This is an excellent example of providing energy efficient housing for modest income people.