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Panhandlers move from street to Internet

Online sites offer a fertile venue for some in need

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By David Abel
Globe Staff / October 26, 2009

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In the two years since he lost his job as a cook at an MIT fraternity house, Kevin Boudreau has learned the subtle art of how to ask strangers for money. But now, with winter approaching and an aversion to shelters, the homeless man with the grizzled goatee and skull tattoos covering both arms needs more than spare change. (Full article: 1071 words)

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