I was in Washington Square Park the other day when a girl tapped me on the shoulder and very timidly suggested that I photograph a man named Mark. “He stands on that corner,” she said, “but he only asks for a penny, which is kind of interesting. He’s remembered my name ever since the first time I met him. And one day, he saw me struggling with some luggage, and he carried it all the way up to my dorm. Then he absolutely refused to let me pay him.” 

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