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Interesting: I was creating my own inflatable house when I found this article on the Smell of homeless. The smell of homeless is usually not found or could not be described other than the mixture of armpit, grandma's soup, and puke. I found that hard to do however I decided to use wind and space as sounds and space to create my piece now. Probably to show statics on how many ignore real needy homeless people around one chicago street corner. The site I found interesting is that the homeless people are the nice civil people and yet the people who stares and glance are the racist, sexist and mean ones. Giving and sharing is the simple life standard of peace in this world, yet no one thats not homeless seem to realize it. It seems like the common people are the animals and the homeless are the real humans to me in a way