Who Says New York City is Cold and Impersonal?
“On a current visit, my significant other and I were remaining in the TKTS line (to purchase tickets) for 45 minutes when we discovered that they took money just,” Kim Maser, of Lewisburg, PA wrote in a letter to the New York Times Metro Diary. “We went to a money machine, however it gulped my better half’s card.”
“There we were, out-of-towners out of cash.”
“The lady behind us in line offered to loan us the $80 to purchase tickets. While I purchased the tickets with the obtained cash, a vagabond approached my significant other for a quarter.”
“At the point when my significant other answered that he had no money and had lost his bank card, the vagabond asked him with incredible concern, ‘Would you like a quarter?’
“A relative lent us the money to reimburse the lady in line, and we’ll search for the homeless person next time.”