Okay, so here is essentially what you are telling everyone, primarily all the Canadian taxpayers who are currently paying your way for you:
"I don't care enough or want to work hard enough to get and keep a real job so that I can, you know, actually support myself. I would much rather have YOU, the taxpayers of Canada, through the income tax that YOU pay on money that YOU worked for and earned (and I still don't get why you people actually do that, but I'm working on it) pay my living expenses for me, you know, the not fun stuff like rent, food, etc. That way I can use whatever money that I can scrape together through my various "enterprises" to buy the fun stuff, like comics, games and investing in cryptocurrency, because, you know, IT'S MY MONEY and I can do what I want with it. That's why I don't "invest" any money I can't afford to lose, because it's really YOUR money. To sum up, I'm perfectly okay with YOU going without things you may want, but can't afford or do without because you actually pay taxes so that I can use YOUR money to pay my living expenses so that I can use MY money to buy what I want."
Next, I'm sorry that your games and toys were destroyed. I wouldn't wish that on anyone, and I doubt anyone else in this community would either. But if you had a safe place to store your comics, away from the construction, why didn't you put all of your stuff there? I know you said you covered them up, but that stuff shouldn't have even been on the same floor where the construction was taking place.
I'm also sorry your dad said what he did to you, but, take a step back, clear your head and look at it from his perspective: He has a son (you) who is 26 years old, hasn't had a real job for several years, and his only ambition in life seems to be being a wheeler-dealer in comic books, games and toys. Add to that the fact that in four years, he has not only made overall no profit, but has lost way more money than he has made. Can you see how your dad might not be very enthusiastic or sympathetic about your comics, games, toys, etc.?
Did I understand correctly that you are you actually getting ANOTHER credit card? Are you truly insane, or do you just believe that that no matter what asinine things you do and situations you put yourself in, that someone will always bail you out? You already said that you maxed out your original card, and now, for one reason or another (none of them even close to legitimate), you either can't or won't make the payments. How is that situation right now? Are you making the payments, even if only the minimum, and exactly how much do you owe on that card, as in what is the current balance?
I can't understand why anyone would extend you credit if you're refusing to pay what you already owe, but I hope that you don't actually believe that you were offered that card because you have a good credit rating. First of all, 591 is not a good credit score. Second, credit card companies strive to extend credit to those people who should absolutely not be using it (like you). The reason is simple; those are the ones who can't afford any or all of the extras (non necessities) that they want, so they use credit to buy the things they want but can't actually afford. Before long, the card is maxed out (sound familiar?) and they are then stuck with a debt that they only make the minimum monthly payments on. By the time the debt is paid off, if it ever is, they will have paid way more in just interest than what they charged on the card in the first place. That's how credit card companies stay in business. What is the interest rate on your new card? I'll bet the number has a 2 in front of it, and if it doesn't it's real close. Please explain why you think getting a second credit card is a good idea when you can't or won't make payments on your original one?
Finally, is the social assistance/welfare system in Canada, aside from those individuals who really need it (not you), essentially a get out of jail free card for anyone that is too lazy to get a job (like you), or have you just figured out how to work the system? Here in the US, if you are receiving welfare payments, you not only have to actually look for a job, but you have to document and prove every potential employer you talk to or interview with. In Nebraska where I live, you have to make at least 5 job search contacts every week and report these to the state. If you don't document your contacts each and every week, or you lie and say you made contacts that you really didnt and they find out, you immediately lose your benefits. In addition, if you refuse an offer of employment for a job that you are qualified to perform, you lose your benefits. It's sad to say this, but it seems like in Canada it comes down to a matter of pride, and it's pretty evident by now that you just don't have any.