I was watching Manswers on Spike, bunch of random shit but then comes panhandling. There was a guy they were going on about who lives fine, not homeless but panhandles and at the best pushes $49 dollars an hour! This isnt the most honest work but I wouldnt say I'm morally against it at all. I worked fast food, hated the job, was treated like shit and the building was fucked up with the vents not being above the grill I was working at... a fucking greasy hot ass hell hole that left a stink so hard to wash off (could say I'm not a fan of del taco anymore) and that was for $6.75 an hour. All while some panhandler siting in one place, cup in front of him not even needing to hold his hands up could get a $5 bill from a generous person. I would have more respect for myself panhandling then I did wearing that apron and hat busting my ass for barely enough to scrap by. Especially while there are people out there that have found their own ways to get by much more comfortably living by their own standards, although they took a different route then everyone else they're still content with their lives and enjoy it.