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Jobless Californian lost his home to foreclosure. Now he lives in hotels, thanks to rewards from his frequent corporate travel.
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Once an employed homeowner, blogger is now jobless and living with her kids in an RV.
Nobody thought it was their fault, but it was everyone's fault.
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