Category Archives: Sex Offender Registry

Predators – What are you searching for?

The Net is Tracking YOU! 

When people search for information on the net, the net keeps track.  

When someone searches for “homeless youth” or “homeless veterans” and clicks on my site, my site shows that a search engine sent them here and what words they used to find me.  It doen’t tell me who you are (although I know the host/search engine does), but only that x number of people found this site by searching for homeless youth and y number were searching for homeless veterans.  I’m glad you did and found me here!   That is why I’m providing all this information.   I have a heart for homeless and a loathing for predators.

Today I looked at my blog stats and was shocked to see that 4 (so far) found me today by searching on “little girl sex”, 2 for “children sex”  and two more by “boys and girls sex”!

Over the past week, there have been 21 hits on sex and children somehow.  I’ve looked at my tags and not one of those words are in my tags and none of those words are strung together in the text of any of my posts (except for this one).  I won’t use them in my tags.   What is going on?  If the site gave me their ids I would send them to the FBI.   I don’t need them here. 

This site is about homeless youth and about homeless veterans with a few side issues, like Habitat for Humanity and 2-1-1 calling.  The search engine tags are there to help me find out what really interests my readers.   But a very small number  of my readers are a bit scary as to what they are looking for.

If you are  a sexual predator looking for boys and girls to exploit, know that I think you are the scum of the earth!

If you are an agent looking for sites that use those words, I’m glad you are out there.  Maybe you should set up a few sites of your own, ‘though I’m sure you have done so already.   Catch a few for me, OK?   Maybe what is happening is the predators are avoiding sites that are advertising openly, so you might try toning a few down a bit.  They seem to be pretty persistant.

Predators, get some help.  

Everybody else welcome!

To find all homeless veteran articles  This is a continuing series of 31 articles (so far) on the plight of homeless veterans in a country that embraces them while in service, risking their lives for our safety, but who are ignored after they leave the service. 

To find all homeless youth articles  These are informative and enlightening articles on homeless youth.  This continuing series of 18 articles (so far) is just a beginning, a start.

To find all Habitat for Humanity articles  See how to build a 3 bedroom home with central heat and air, fully equipped kitchen, two baths and utility on a landscaped lot in a nice neighborhood for $55,000 and get a zero interest long term fixed loan.

To find All sexual predator Articles  Find who is a predator in your neighborhood here!  Find out why predators have to live under a bridge in Florida.  Too good for them.

All Predators click here   Caution – do not click on this link if you are not a sexual predator.   This is an adult site for predators only.

Watch this space for future articles on homeless families and on the chronically homeless.


Sex Offender Locator Mapping Tool from John Walsh

Sex Ofender Mapping Tool 

John Walsh, host of America’s Most Wanted and Steve Roddel of Family Watchdog have joined with the National Sex Offender Registry to provide a unique and powerful mapping tool to locate registered sex offenders in your neighborhood, anywhere in the U.S.A.  FREE!

All you need to do is click on the link below, enter your address and almost instantly you will get a map of your neighborhood with color coded symbols for various types of sex offenders and their locations. Schools are also shown.  Click on a school to get its name and location and the distance to the nearest registered sex offender.  Click on a sex offender symbol and get a picture, an address, and how far from you he/she lives.  You can click again and find out what kind of offences are applicable.   

Some things to make it easier.  Use Internet Explorer for best results.  I found my Netscape was not up to the mapping capability.   With Internet Explorer, you can zoom in, navigate to nearby neighborhoods, and even bring up a satelite image with the streets and offender codes overlaid on it with your house marked right where you left it.  

You need to know, just so you don’t get too confident over the safety of your neighborhood, that you need to look along the top edge of your map.   It will show you how many “non-mappable” offenders are in the area.   If you click on the “list” at the top, you can see a complete list of the non-mappable offenders.  Thes include those in jail, but it also includes some that may be on your street, but the street number could not be found in the map index and so the address is given, but it won’t be mapped because it has no exact place to put it down.   You can at least find their picture and know from the address they are close by.   Anyway, this is powerful stuff.  Excellent application of several technologies.   Good work guys and gals.  

Click here: Map of Sex Offenders in Your Neighborhood

Since you found it here, send your friends and family to this site or else directly to the registry so that they can check their own neighborhoods.   

I found a convicted child molestor in a nearby neighborhood that lives in some woods only 290 feet from an elementary school.  Next door actually, with the woods leading right up to the school grounds.   Another school had 5 child molestors within 1/2 mile, the closest within 1000 feet.   Not a good idea.

In a few weeks, when I begin a series on the adult homeless population, I’ll give you a link to a dynamic map of the homeless as they move around.   Quite amazing.   The homeless are counted every week and mapped into a system that shows their location (no names) and then all are plotted on a map (as dots).   Then the maps are shown in sequence like an old time movie, but smoothed  so that you can see just how mobile the homeless in a big city can be.    Stay tuned. 

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