If I gave you $100 and dropped you in the middle of Denver, Colorado and told you to figure out how to survive, could you do it? I'm sure you could. But here's the catch, all you have is $100 and the clothes on your back. You have no job, no place to live, no other clothing, no other money, nothing, not even family or friends. Oh and there's one more rule - you can't break a SINGLE LAW. So how are you going to survive? You could try to ask people for help but you don't know anyone. You could start by trying to get a job, but you're not in the right type of clothing to be able to even look decent for an interview. So how is that going to work? I guess you could start by getting some clothes that are decent enough for an interview, but even going to a Thrift Store means that $100.00 will drop pretty quickly. So after you get pants, a dress shirt, a belt, and shoes, we are down to $80.00 if we're lucky. That's being conservative, because if you're trying to ensure you look good, you also need to make sure you get socks, and undershirt, probably want some other underwear, lets not forget the backpack to keep your old clothes in - don't wanna wear out those nice clothes you just got. But we'll go with absolute minimums. So now it is time to go around to get a job. Wait! Totally forgot, you have to have a form of ID. Well after walking (don't wanna waste any of the small amount of money you have) to the nearest place to get a State ID (approximately $12.00) we're left with $68.00. Now looks like it's about time to job hunt. Probably best not to be picky at all. So you might as well apply for absolutely anything and everything you can. Even if you manage to land a job that pays weekly, pays at least $15.00 an hour, AND provides you with uniforms, unless you have a roof over your head or a place to shower you probably won't keep that job for long. Too bad that $68.00 remaining will only get you somewhere to stay for a night and maybe buy you a couple ramen noodle soups to help you get by. So you managed to survive for a day... what will you do tomorrow?