Is @rsuenaga Actually a Homeless Person?

Yesterday was #tweeball day which was fun and this time injury-free for all involved. It wasn’t until after we were wrapped up and just standing around talking story where my revelation that Ryan may be homeless and living out of his truck started to come together.

Previously Ryan had mentioned to me that he always goes to Ala Wai Park to wash his truck. And he claims, NOT to stalk his ex-girlfriend who works right there. At the time I thought this was kind of interesting but I have seen other people doing that too so didn’t think much of it. Although I did think it was interesting as he has said that he lives in a house and I would think he could do it there.

So fast forward to yesterday and we’re outside the gym and Mel asks Ryan if he’s going to drive all the way home only to come right back out to the 106proof tweetup that started in only a couple of hours. Ryan says that he was just going to go to a park (I forget which one) and take a shower there. This elicited a “I don’t wanna know what he does in there.” response from me and went off on a couple of tangents about how he must know of all the places to do this and how he is like a homeless person. Haha, very funny, blah, blah, blah.

Then we all head over to our cars and this is what the back of Ryan’s nicely washed truck looks like.
<a href=@rsuenaga Truck" width="500" height="375" />
<a href=@rsuenaga Truck" width="500" height="375" />

Isn’t this exactly what you would expect the back of a homeless person’s truck to look like?!

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Needless to say. If you walk into a park restroom and see some hairy homeless looking person taking a shower in there, treat him nicely it is probably Ryan.

ADDENDUM: Please note that Ryan also says he’s in “social work” and that he never calls in sick. My contention is that this is part of a web of partial truths that he has constructed.

Yes, he’s “in social work” but really he’s the client.

Yes, he never calls in sick to his job. When was the last time you saw a homeless person call in sick? How can you take sick leave from being homeless? You get a home for a while?

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