But of course, she'll be in jail once again, so she probably won't care.
It made me sad, seeing such human misery. Small towns in rural areas - or urban ghettos - are full of businesses that cater to the poor. The Merchants of Misery, I call them. On the way home, we passed two rent-to-own furniture stores, several pawn shops, two "title pawn loan" places, a bevy of check-cashing stores, and several consumer finance companies.
All are in the same business - trafficking in human misery. It kind of made me depressed. I mean, is this the best humanity can do?
Apparently, the greatest ambition one can have in Southeast Georgia is to start up a business which utterly exploits the poor. Sadly, it seems to be the same all over.