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A man  stands in pouring rain Tuesday morning at Fourth Avenue and Pike Street in downtown Seattle with a sign that reads, “Please Help. No Place, No Job, No Family, No Money. Anything Helps. Job Offers Accepted. Thanx & God Bless.”
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A man stands in pouring rain Tuesday morning at Fourth Avenue and Pike Street in downtown Seattle with a sign that reads, “Please Help. No Place, No Job, No Family, No Money. Anything Helps. Job Offers Accepted. Thanx & God Bless.”

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