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Morning Walk

Thursday, September 16, 2010

This morning on my walk, I saw a homeless man sitting on a bench, talking on a cell phone. Several questions came to mind,
Who could a homeless person be talking to at 4 am?
How can a homeless person afford a cell phone?
How does he keep the batteries charged?
Is this really a homeless person, or a mugger trying to catch me off guard?
Should I stop walking & start jogging? emoticon
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    Maybe his cellphone was dead and he was just pretending to talk to someone. Maybe he was talking to his 'demons'. I'd probably pretend it was time to do a wind sprint until I was well past him anyway!!!!!!
    2807 days ago
    Alan,running is a good option think of the extra calories you would burn.


    You are doing emoticon
    2807 days ago
    Isn't Debbie Funny. Great theories you guys....
    2807 days ago
    In my home town there was an old man that walked around town pushing an old grocery cart picking up cans for recycling. He wore faded dirty overalls, a long sleeve shirt with holes, shoes coming apart at he soles and his appearance was unkept. Come to find out he was one of the well off citizens the town when he was seen wearing a new 3-piece suit, driving a luxury car, entering a 4 star resturant.
    That "homeless" man (aka bum) was looked differently the next time he was seen pushing his cart.
    2807 days ago
  • MARTYLYNN1 have brought up some interesting points there!
    Maybe he is an undercover cop just trying to look like he is homeless. ;-)
    Just another theory.
    2808 days ago
    Do I look like god?
    I have no idea.
    I've not come in contact with homeless persons before but I ahve worked at a food bank.
    Maybe he got kickd out by his wife and was talking to his girlfriend on the cell phone.
    2808 days ago
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