Jim


After working hard his entire life, Jim should be settling into retirement. Instead, he is 69 years old and living in a tent in the woods of Greensboro, North Carolina. Jim only wants to return […]

Jim

After working hard his entire life, Jim should be settling into retirement. Instead, he is 69 years old and living in a tent in the woods of Greensboro, North Carolina.

Jim only wants to return to his former life. His three wishes are simple: to go back to work, to get his home back, and to get a meal in a restaurant. I hope things turn around for him soon.

Jim is 69 years old and living in a tent in the woods of Greensboro. Click To TweetJim is 69 years old and living in a tent in the woods of Greensboro.

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  • Guest

    Congrats Jim!!

  • What was his previous work, btw? A lot of retirees feel that way! They miss their jobs and their previous life. It’s hard to adjust after one enters the retirement stage. What he needs is help, care and support. I hope he would accept everything in the long run.

  • Richard Zipperer

    Obama’s fault ? Maybe. Watson AI,It’s cheaper to kill em than pay em’.

  • Richard Zipperer

    Veteran abuse should be a federal offense.

  • Kathy Graham

    That’s what I’m afraid of…

  • Kathy Graham

    No, there is plenty of work for everyone. No one should be forced out. Most people know when they are no longer effective in a job. And the age to take Social Security keeps going up – if there will be any left for those of us that have paid into it our whole lives. I’ll be curious to see how you feel at his age. He didn’t enter retirement either – it said he could be retired.

  • Paul Concialdi

    The American Legion and VFW will help you get the DD214. Any VA homeless office will help you get medical care and your birth certificate. The social security office will assist you in getting the birth verification if you are homeless and in economic need. Any homeless outreach group can help him get these documents. They aren’t that hard, especially if they have a valid state ID.

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