A COMMON THING I NOTICED ABOUT SOME HOMELESS — PERHAPS THEY DON’T KNOW THEMSELVES

Living in a small town in the South, growing up, was quaint. The people who had money, owned established businesses or were doctors. There were a handful of convenience stores, couple of big chain supermarkets, but a ton of car lots, of course. A couple of well-to-do neighborhoods.

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