So I’m tapping on the trains (NYC) and I didn’t know a reporter from the NY Times, like every other passenger, was on the train going to work, or doing whatever he was doing.
Some time later, he wrote about my experience the Monday edition of the NY Times,
Here’s a quote from the New York Times article.
“You have to figure out a way for the whole family to come up,” Mr. Johnson said. “That’s what I’m working towards, to make things better for my younger brother and my mom.”
“I know there are a lot of people that are going through worse situations, and I’ve always considered myself lucky,” he added. “So I don’t complain and I try and stay humble and stay hungry. I’m in this situation for now, just now, but I know I’m not going to be here for long.”