In 2000, Daniel Suelo left the last $30 he had in a phone booth and walked away. Since then, he hasn’t earned or spent a single dollar. He pays no taxes, accepts no welfare and doesn’t barter. Everything he eats, wears and uses daily is either grown, scrounged or freely given.
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In The Man Who Quit Money, Mark Sundeen spent two years interviewing Suelo, his friends and family. The result is a fascinating look at a unique and remarkable individual living in the sands surrounding Moab, Utah.
There’s an interesting observation ...
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