Defends rehab benefits

I was wondering if there has ever been an incident of a drug addict or alcoholic who is residing in one of the rehab facilities in Malibu committing any kind of crime of disturbance. I know that most of them cost in the neighborhood of $40,000 a month, per person, with a limit of six guests and that the clients are struggling to become healthy and productive. Obviously, they have money and could be sued for damages if the possibility arose.

I was also under the impression that a “social contract” has less to do with real estate and more to do with the artifice of morality in general and justice in particular. What kind of parent would let their children play in the street? It must be an exaggeration to say that just because a “sober living” house is in the neighborhood, that all is ruined. One rehab in neighborhood of 50 homes does not seem excessive to me.

I am curious. Is a social contract the same as, say, a marriage contract? In a marriage, people take vows and promise to behave towards and with each other in a certain way. We also have Ten Commandments, which tell us how to act and also tell us what is considered a grave sin in the eyes of the Creator. I didn’t know that for a homeowner to get the most money they can for the sale of their house would be considered a “horrific abuse of the law.” What law is that?

Natasha O’Brian

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