Damn I would have like offered to carpool.
Buy him a car, now he has to pay insurance, get a license plate, maintenance, and all types of shit he probably can’t afford, the struggle.
Lest anyone think that he walked 22 miles a day (many news outlets have been misreporting the distance), it was 5.5 miles to work, 5.5 miles home, according to the local Arkansas paper that broke the story.
Still impressive, but a 90-minute walk is way more reasonable than a 3-hour walk. I know plenty of people who drive longer commutes than that.
Referencing a news headline as something in spite of news headlines. Well done.
I don't buy it. 11 miles from his house to work? Assuming a pace of 15 minutes per mile, which is generous, that would be like 2 hours and 45 minutes JUST to get to work. This is claiming he walks 5 hours a day? Every day?
Man gains 50lbs in one year after coworkers encourage drastic sedentary life style change.
“Current news headlines”
Is this a new concept that there is bad news that exists in the world?
That's awesome but it's shitty to think that there's no public transportation that he could take at least part way. Buses are how a lot of people get around.