As I pull up to a stop light in Dallas, Tx a gentleman approaches the window. He has long shaggy hair, an old beat up brown jacket and fingerless gloves that are clutching a cardboard sign that reads, “Homeless and hungry. 308 more words
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For $2,000, you can live like a homeless person. That’s what 62-year-old Mike Momany, who himself is homeless in Seattle, hopes people will do.
After working as a contract programmer for years, he got into financial trouble when business slowed, and he has been experimenting with new ways of making money ever since. 517 more words
There is a noticeable increase in the number of homeless people all over the main cities of the United States and many blame this depressing situation to the country’s foreclosure crisis. 511 more words
ELON, N.C. — Lazy. Dirty. Drunk. Crazy. These words were used by Elon University students to describe the stereotypical homeless person. The man who stood behind the podium, calmly intercepting these bold accusations was John Harrison Jr. 462 more words