I know the whole ins and outs of the homeless (homeless), my former colleague. It is actually a technician with a salary of more than 1,000 a week and a formal job. Although I did not graduate from the Ivy League, it is also a decent university graduate. Innocent, the Coast Guard retired. Work as a technician in the factory. Work 40 hours a week, 35 yuan an hour. This guy usually drives a pickup at work, and his uniform is always clean. He has big long legs and tall, blond hair and white skin, and he looks like Beckham. The conversation is also very formal, and he is a serious white man of native origin. Who can contact him can be related to the homeless. I was quite surprised when I knew he was homeless. I once asked him for help and borrowed his truck to pull the goods, but this buddy took me to the gas station for 5 yuan! I was stunned at the time. I said how many miles your car can climb with 5 yuan of gas? I wondered in my heart if I moved close, or from the mountain to the mountain, 5 yuan is enough. Is it possible that he was reminding me to cheer for him. People who are usually shy must be embarrassed to say. Originally, according to the rules, I should also fill the person with the trustee, right? I bought him 100 yuan aside, and then told him that after I finished my work at night, I would fill it up for him and then go to the town to eat the man steak. , He smiled awkwardly and said nothing. Working behind, there was nothing to say. When I went to dinner at night, he suddenly said that I have something to tell you. In fact, such a formal beginning is not often heard in the United States, so I quickly wiped my mouth and sat down and listened to him. He said that he added five yuan to oil because he was bankrupt and is currently homeless. A local white man who graduated from college and worked in a listed company with a weekly salary and medical insurance. He didn’t take drugs or drink (we both ate steak and he ordered the soda). He was always on the job and had to take part in temporary overtime work. Can one go bankrupt? No, you must kidding me. But it is true. He told me that in 2005 he retired from the Coast Guard, married a nurse, and bought a house with a down payment on all his savings. The wife didn’t go to work after marriage. He usually goes to work, and then does a part-time job as a forklift worker, and his income is decent. Later, his grandmother passed away and the house was given to him. All this was originally beautiful. Then there was a subprime mortgage crisis, and then his wife divorced him. Then grandma’s house owed the government land tax, which was gone. In this way, the speed of light lost everything in less than a year. Also pay alimony for the ex-wife. He didn’t dare to change jobs, because once he resigned, it was basically impossible to find a formal job under his circumstances, and he could only do hourly jobs, which would be completely abolished. Then we went to see where he lives. It is no exaggeration to say that it is really homeless. Go to the truck gas station to take a shower, or take a bottle of cold water. When sleeping, the roof tent is opened. The traditional red neck area is fine, but he also sleeps with a gun every day. According to the speed of repayment, it was 2016. He said that in 2020, if he could repay all the money (or the personal bankruptcy broke due), he should be able to live in a motel at that time. 2020 new crown, I didn’t dare to contact that buddy. This shows that you must never marry the wrong wife or buy the wrong house.