Invisible Poor, the Land of the Free
"I work as a night auditor and a bellhop at a small hotel, here in San Jose. And I've been in the National Guard for 15 years. About six months, I've been living here in the car. I divorced my wife recently, and I ended up like this from complications from the divorce. There aren't always beds at the shelter, but I can park outside and use the shower and get mail and get food.
"I sleep in my clothes, and keep the tie on. I don't know why, part of that military thing, the discipline. You can get used to anything. They ask me at work how I'm doing. And I say fine, and of course I'm lying. …
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