Some Roofers Offered This Homeless Guy A Job, And He Soon Showed Them His True Colors
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"If only" the company would have hired him it would have been a REAL story of a company doing good for another. After all, they already knew his work ethic was good. Instead they congratulated the team (duly deserved) but missed the entire point of their actions.
Could have offered him a job, even part time would have been nice, still it was a nice gesture but, c’mon, great worker and ya couldn’t give him any hours, too bad he didn’t live here in the States, we could always use a good laborer for my Company..
Background music suggests the following scenario: The other workers, one by one, began to disappear: one was eventually found in a barrel of tar. Another was found with his head shaved and his scalp covered in roofing nails. The third slipped off a ladder when his foot found the vaseline smeared on the 13th step. John eventually was promoted to foreman as there were soon few other workers on the crew with as much experience or determination as John had.
Can Confirm that The Majority of Homele People are Definitely Down to Work. I was a Homeless Meth&Heroin Addict, and Regardless of If I was Sick or Not(Mostly Not though, Bc I'd get Fronted[That's A Loan for ppl not savvy with Drug Lingo]A Sack for The Day) I'd do odd jobs and Such, then pay them back at the end of the day. Actually got a whole crew of Homeless Homies Along with Me a Couple times to go do work. When you're sick, AND Homeless, Or one or the other, 24/7 is a Hustle. You never stop. People don't give credit to Homeless folks enough.
How many times, did this company get plugged. Can't no one do selfless acts anymore..without getting something back out of it. It's ironic really, he was helping a company that fixes roofs. When he needs a roof over he's head...
I hired a young homeless man in Liberty, MO. I gave this unskilled man $25/hr, with the condition he was NOT under the influence of drugs or alcohol during the time he worked for me.
At the end of the first day I gave home $300 for 8 hours of work. He earned it!
I left him on the job, alone, for about 20-30 minutes when I went to buy our lunch.
When I returned, his demeanor was very different. Spacy and lackadaisical.
Turns out he used the previous day’s earnings to buy LSD and cough syrup (DMX as he called it.)
I told him to get in the car and I would take him to the place I found him panhandling or any location within reason.
He attempted to assault me, calling me a closed-minded hypocrite.
After he landed several blows to my face I fought back. I had no choice - I am not a skilled fighter and could not restrain him without beating him I to submission.
I was charged with assault.
After appearing in court three times, he finally showed up (he’d been arrested for drug possession) and all charges were dropped against me.
Of course there are people who, through no fault of their own, fall on hard times. I’d love to help anyone on this situation.
Unfortunately, the vast majority of homeless people are addicts and schemers.
Sometimes it’s difficult to tell the difference.
Willingness to work isn't really the problem. It's ability. It's holding whatever job you do get. Mental illness makes that impossible for many people, and without strong support, like from family, it's just never going to happen.
looking at the comments, you people should be ashamed, eww get to the point....
you can not tell me that you all lack even 6 minutes of the day to listen?? everyone wants to talk but nobody wants to listen.....anyways i'm done
this is good stuff, homelessness no matter where in the world it exists, is a problem but a problem we could solve if we wanted to, if we identify why people are homeless and how to help....
Tower cities connected to maglev trains would eliminate these dangerous jobs. Then of course, we'd need to give every former roofers a guaranteed income so they don't starve, think of their babies who shouldn't starve!! All people always should have had a guaranteed income, because the tiny wages offered were slavery, the way of death.
Let's put it like this.
If _editors_ - I tend to call them "paper editors" since I am my own internet editor - had had the same response to a homeless writer with work ethic as _roof contractors_ to a homeless worker with such, I'd be off the streets long ago.
I wonder if some wanted me to see the video to show me what could happen if I "showed work ethic" like John.
Well, the problem is, _they_ want work ethic in the venue of workers' works. I'm showing it in Academic type works.
And some Academics just don't like my work ... because it contradicts theirs.