In the summer, the smell of the decomposing bodies of the homeless is overpowering.
It’s a sickly, maudlin, rotten-smelling, rotten smell.
As I walk the streets of Chicago, I’m overwhelmed by the smell.
And I don’t think I have ever experienced a better one.
When you’re homeless, your body is just a pile of rotting flesh, bones, and hair, ready to decompose.
There are dozens of homeless encampments in Chicago, most of them on the South Side, and many of them have become notorious for their rotten, stench.
You have to go to the sites of the camps to smell the decaying flesh.
The first thing that happens to you is that your clothes smell like rotten meat, and your shoes and socks smell like rotting skin.
Your hair, which is the last thing you wash before you sleep, is also rotting, as are your clothes.
Some of the shelters have a huge garbage dump, and it’s very easy to smell it.
It’s like you’ve been trapped in the sewer, and you smell it in every single building you enter.
You smell a lot of the garbage in the dumpsites, because the people who live there have no other way to dispose of it than dumping it in the dump.
It becomes a big mess.
Every shelter has a dump.
They can’t just put it in a building and dump it.
They have to have a plan, and a plan has to be approved by the city.
Chicago has about 15 shelters for people in shelters.
These shelters have been a disaster for years.
And what happened to them is so sad.
It has to do with the fact that there is no plan for the homeless, because people don’t know how to deal with homelessness.
The city just doesn’t want to deal, because it has to provide the services, and the homeless don’t want them.
And they don’t trust them.
They don’t have any money.
They’re not in the best places to get help.
They are just living off the streets.
They aren’t even in the shelters.
They live in the streets for a month or two at a time, and they just get more and more isolated.
They end up in the homeless shelters, and if they get kicked out, they end up sleeping on the streets and in the alleyways and in backyards.
And if they do get kicked, they never get out.
They always end up living in the same spot.
They will end up just like everybody else.
They stay there until they die.
And that’s the worst thing.
So when the city decides to spend money on homeless shelters to get them built, it puts them in terrible situations.
In the past few years, there has been a lot more money poured into these shelters, because there is so much demand.
But there is still a huge gap between the number of homeless people and the number who have access to services.
So the number is not high.
And people are still living in shelters and getting sick and getting addicted.
So you see these numbers that are just going up, but they’re going up so much more slowly than in the past.
The numbers have been going up rapidly in the last year, and people are being thrown into shelters at an alarming rate.
In the last 10 months, there have been over 100,000 people being thrown in shelters in Chicago.
It just keeps going up.
What do you do to get rid of the rotting flesh?
You have two options.
You can take a garbage can or you can make an airtight bag.
You put it on the ground and just bury it.
Or you can put it into a trash bag, and put it somewhere where you know it won’t be picked up.
You could put it right next to a dumpster.
Or maybe you could put a box on top of the trash can and put a little plastic bag over it.
That will be the best option.
But you can’t leave a pile like that behind.
You have to clean the pile up.
And it’s not easy to do.
You’re stuck in it for weeks or months at a stretch.
I’ve been there for about four months.
So I don,t know how long I’ll last.
But I know that I’m going to try.
And sometimes, I can’t stop.
You know, when you’re sleeping in a dump and you hear someone coming in, you know, “Oh, crap.
There’s somebody up there.”
You know what I mean?
You don’t really want to hear it.
You’ve just got to get up and do your thing, and that’s it.
And then when you get up, you can see that it’s just rotting.
I don`t want to have to do that again.
So the second option,