An apparent homeless man turned down a job offer that paid $10 an hour, sparking two lines of argument: He is ungrateful and lazy, or he is prudent for refusing what some consider a low-paying job.
An apparent homeless man turned down a job offer that paid $10 an hour, sparking two lines of argument: He is ungrateful and lazy, or he is prudent for refusing what some consider a low-paying job. Morgan Holt
An apparent homeless man turned down a job offer that paid $10 an hour, sparking two lines of argument: He is ungrateful and lazy, or he is prudent for refusing what some consider a low-paying job. Morgan Holt

Apparent vagrant who turned down $10 per hour job sparks outcry

June 15, 2017 11:54 AM

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