Los Angeles Man Builds Tiny House for Homeless Woman, Plans More of Them

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A kindhearted Los Angeles man has become an Internet star after he built a miniature house for a homeless woman who slept in a patch of dirt on his block. Elvis Summers became acquainted with the 60-year-old vagrant known only as Smokie after she regularly passed by his apartment to go through his recycling. He wished he could do something to help her out…

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4 Responses to Los Angeles Man Builds Tiny House for Homeless Woman, Plans More of Them

  1. Anon says:

    nice…..

  2. venicementor says:

    Altruism is wonderful, but does not often come with for thought that pertains to the masses. Think about it folks, think about it.

  3. venicementor says:

    “forethought”

  4. sugarpot says:

    In Utah they are providing homes to homeless individuals for a lot less cost than the aid they would use if they were on the street still. Treating our fellow man in their need as we would hope to be treated costs less and is more humane and sustainable. Aging and injuries and losing jobs due to changes in economic values is part of our society. We need to make a support structure that addresses the issues our way of life creates and be realistic about it. You could be there someday yourself. Or a loved one could. Stuff can change quick.

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