Every day driving down Silicon Valley in your chauffered limousine or Uber cab you just might catch a glimpse of a certain species of human known as "the homeless." Some mentally gone, some drunk, some just asking for microtransactions. However, I like to think that I, and I alone, can see the rare times when there is a homeless person who does not deserve to be homeless. It's that feel you get when you know the pizza guy, the maid, the guy who installed my home theater is in the wrong place - they are smart, Caucasian even. This is my attempt to "disrupt" homelessness.
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