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Lonzo 3 month s ago
All great looking men and woman! heart
       
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Zeph 3 month s ago
Lonzo,
and transes...
       
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Cally 3 month s ago
Heart breaking how US uses up it's people.
       
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Martin 3 month s ago
Cally, homelessness is certainly not an issue unique to the US. Every single country has this problem - forgotten people who fall through the cracks.
       
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Hugh 3 month s ago
#8 Ron Livingston?
       
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Nathaniel 3 month s ago
If you want to help people...that's great.
But, don't picture or video them so you can have more fan on your Instagram..
       
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Martin 2 month s ago
Nathaniel, they may get attention from it, but it also inspires others to do kind acts. For that reason it’s important to normalize kindness and publish it to offset all the horrible cr#p in the news.
       
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Jason Schneidman, now 50, has been cutting hair since he was 14 years old, and he has always remained passionate about it—he said the first time he cut hair, he thought the whole transformation was amazing, and has enjoyed contributing to making people change. One day, he and his business partner went out with a backpack and cordless clippers, and kept asking homeless people on the streets of Hollywood Boulevard if they needed haircuts.

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