What do people in shantytowns need most?
Shantytowns are usually built by people with limited resources. People use whatever is available--cardboard, sheets of tin, car parts and so on. People who live under bridges and homeless in urban landscapes have a similar style of home. The feature of temporary vs. permanent is not really an issue: it seems that the homes are continual works as parts are replaced with better materials as they become available.
Cumbia Villera is a form of cumbia music born out of the Argentine shantytowns around Buenos Aires. It is an amalgamation of the cumbia dance and music variations of the many immigrants who moved to the Argentine shantytowns starting in the 1930s. The style became more widespread and popularized in the 1990s.
Why are most people either unsympathetic and disdainful and disapproving or mocking and cruel and prankish to other people who are in great distress from an urgent need to urinate?
Hooversvilles were towns that arose during the great depression. They were shantytowns made of scrap metal and wood that could become a sqatters house. They ususally popped up in parks and vacant lots on the outskirts of the old towns. They were named in vain of president Hoover, who, did nothing in this time of need.
Well, more and more Mexican farmland immigrants move to the city in hopes of a better life, but there is not much housing or as many job oppurtunities as they expected. Many end up living in shantytowns until they find better housing. Never the less, many immigramants still say the shantytowns are better than their old life.
What is the most comfortable driving car with most comfortable seats for people with lower back trouble?
Physically challenged people would be happier with education in schools where normal children study than in free schools. Free schools are for the poor...........they deserve it. Challenged people need love, care and affection, most of all self respect and confidence, which are most important aspects in which they need special training .
Technically we don't NEED different rooms in a house... for most of human existence, the majority of people have gotten by with single-room dwellings ... but given the option, most people prefer to have at the bare minimum a bathroom which is distinct from the room(s) in which they cook, eat, and/or sleep.