Ed Driscoll

Hobos In Paradise

Found via Conservative Grapevine, Ericka Anderson goes “inside the strange culture of America’s wannabe hobos“:

A class system exists among America’s homeless, where hobos are considered royalty. While few people would want to live like street people, there many who emulate the life of the “hobo.” These home-owning hobo-aficionados, known as “hobos at heart,” are looking for more simplicity and sustainability in their lives — something actual hobos take to the extreme.

And you thought riding NJ Transit was frightening…

In other looks at America’s reprimitivization, Steven Malanga reports on “The Professional Panhandling Plague“, and Matt Sanchez spots “Squeegee Guys Returning to New York Streets“, as the Giuliani era further recedes into the sunset.