This was a documentary about big problems in the country. This homeless guy was interviewed about how people treat him. He wasn't a druggie or alcoholic. He simply lost his job, lost his home and had to live on the streets begging for change. As he speaks, you can tell that he is a gentleman even though he is homeless, someone who recognizes that all people are human beings, no matter what their circumstances are.
He began to cry as he talked about how some people treated him as if he hadn't tried to find a job. He couldn't because he had no address, no phone number, no home and was poorly dressed. If this guy was in my area, I'd take him in. He's in Chicago area though.
No matter how bad of a day you have or feel like you're having a hard time, there is always someone who has it worse than you.
Answer by skinnyslokita at 8:47 AM on Apr. 26, 2013
Answer by virginiamama71 at 11:24 PM on Apr. 25, 2013
Answer by Nimue930 at 11:35 PM on Apr. 25, 2013
Answer by PMSMom10 at 11:25 PM on Apr. 25, 2013
Answer by LostSoul88 at 9:28 AM on Apr. 26, 2013
Answer by HHx5 at 8:45 AM on Apr. 26, 2013
"If i had to face the obstacles they are overcoming, I honestly don't know if I have the same level of fortitude!"
Answer by shareleann at 11:46 PM on Apr. 25, 2013
So many are so close to being homeless, one illness, one accident, one missed paycheck.....
Answer by emptynstr at 3:15 PM on Apr. 26, 2013
Answer by Ballad at 3:54 PM on Apr. 26, 2013
Next question overall
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Are there any decent places in the DC area to live on $34K a year?