I just walked by a homeless man reading the money section of USA Today...
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Everyone knows the Money section makes for the best wiping - fewer photos.
guy was prob a former wall st broker.. fuckin recession..
Brokers didn' t wind up homeless but investors did. Be surprised how many homeless lost their homes due to accident/medical issues because of the lost time at work. Doesn't make them stop reading about what they read before. Not all homeless are drugged and/or degenerates or even unemployed.
this made me sad.
homeless people had lives before they became homeless..for all you kno he could have been a sucessful businessman that got drafted in the war, and is now a homeless war veteran.
next time, try buying him a hot meal instead of laughing at him. Douchbag with no soul.
he be getting his edumucation, he is an An-Tra-Pen-Nor
Money section of USA Today? That was his first mistake...
Wall St Broker in Chicago?
Guy was probably a fucking degenerate that was hallucinating....
wall st brokers didn't exactly end up homeless because of a recession
you know when you're in chicago when...
This was definitely in downtown Naperville. There is a homeless guy who used to own an electronics store but is now protesting for some unknown reason. He made his own power generator too so it would not surprise me one bit if this was him.
i'll bet that was in downtown naperville...
or he is so cracked out on drugs that he has no idea what he is reading...
how does a homeless person reading the money section equate to him getting off the streets
Yeah it was probably Scott huber. He's not homeless he has an apartment but he's live on the street in protest.
thats great i def LOL'ed
Obama will do that to ya....
dude at least he is trying to get off the streets
not all homeless people are jobless.
He's calculating how much longer til everyone else becomes his meighbors.
and a generator and a web site
You know you're in a recession when...
Has to be downtown Naperville homeless man. Gotta love a guy who doesn't have an apartment, but does have a laptop.
His name is Scott Huber
stock brokers definately are not homeless. they werent even hurt that badly by the recession. its the small business owners and the investors that ended up screwed.