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Would YOU take money you didn't need? Man walks round New York in a suit covered with cash, telling strangers to take what is 'needed' - with disheartening results
Coby Persin, 21, is a YouTube star known for his 'social experiments'
In his latest video, he tapes $1 bills all over a suit and walks around Manhattan with a sign telling passersby to take what they need
Several men in suits and women with designer bags stop and take money, with one saying she needs it for a ‘nail appointment’
A homeless man with a dog only takes $2 insists that's all he needs for food that day - and tells Coby to give the rest to others in need
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originally posted by: peskyhumans
a reply to: IAMTAT
Can you really say you are surprised? Anyone in debt would need that money. Everyone I know would need that money. I'm trying to build up my credit for my first mortgage and I sure as hell need all that money, plus a whole lot more.
The homeless guy needed all that money, he was just being humble.
All the people in business suits actually did need all that money.
Everyone needs all that money.
The only thing that this social experiment proved was how bad our economy is. All our good jobs have been outsourced, our currency is fiat and has inflated into near uselessness, our taxes keep raising higher and higher, the top 1% wealthiest people own the majority of the wealth in our country, and the so-called "middle class" is only maintaining it's current way of life through credit and debt.
Seriously you hand out free money and wonder if anyone really needs it? Really?