Homeless man talks openly about being addicted to heroin. We have an opioid crisis in America.

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bartsch90 : Not sure if Hipster or homeless

Jimmy J. Rustle : smart guy, hasn't lost his mind yet. I hope he gets clean.

jetter820 : Notice, he didn't wish for his girlfriend back.

gentooboy : He looks like he is about to hack into the mainframe.

Wee Aboo : When he said he wants his dog and cat back that hit me in the feels because I can relate 😕

Queleimporta Pene : "...I still eat better and live better than 95% of the worlds population...". That is a smart man right there.

SmilieTheSneakerHead x : This man actually turned his life around a few months ago. Works at a coffee shop down fairfax

Authentic Self Guide : The drugs aren't the problem. The society is the problem. If it wasn't herion it would be something else. Addiction is an emotional illness. These people are wounded which makes them susceptible to addiction. Not everyone would get hooked on heroin however I am not suggesting we all try it lol

Moe D : Got that 80s-90s serial killer look

AlmightyShak : 2011 video looks like it was shot in 2018

Ratcaller : This guy is amazingly zen about the whole situation. Hes doing a bad thing but he realizes the whole concept of it. Impressive.

Sgt Juno : 0:50 that background music tho just perfect timing lol

brenden whiteley : he asks for his dog and cat back instead of unlimited money or a mansion - this is a smart mans answer. He knows he can attain the money or whatever else he wants on his own, but the power of a limitless wish extends beyond material ownership. he cant buy just his old cat or dog back, especially if they are dead. he asks to forget opiate addiction, instead of just going back to before he was addicted, because he wants to earn his way back into society and wants to remember his past, or be able to grow from it. this is a strong mans answer.

Long Unstrung : People calling him stupid, are you aware that highly intelligent people have a much higher tendency to try drugs/alcohol, and becoming addicted.

BetterThanIt : I’ve watched 5 of these and they never wish for millions of dollars

Duck Head : 0:48 "...I switchet to heroin and everything went downhill from there..." * cheery music starts playing in the background * 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

Michael Esarey : This is a guy with a ton of potential who could've had a very different life with a slightly different set of circumstances

RickRudesMustache : He tells the real truth though. Especially at the end when he wishes for a pill that could make him forget the feeling of opiates. For alot of people once you get that feeling, nothing else in life can ever really make you happy or compare to that again. From that moment on you're a slave to that drug and even after being clean for 20 years you'll never really be the same. All the things that once made you happy won't ever really give you that type of sensation you had once felt before. Even the drug itself begins to stop giving you that happiness and becomes more like something you need just to feel normal. You don't even really get a high at a certain point.

David : I could listen to that guy talk for hours. That was somehow refreshing to hear.

Aliev Makmud : Wished for the dog and cat back but not the girlfriend.

LazyDudeKillin3 : Most people aren’t addicted to the drug. They’re addicted to escaping this reality we call life. The system they put over us is overwhelming to people and that’s why they crack and do hard drugs

Rueda Angie : He is actually so handsome.

Tuco Salamanca : 7 years ago hes 42 I wonder how hes doing

Singularity : doesn't actually sound so bad being a homeless junkie

zan tarr : "I can get everything back easily." um, no.

Vegan No-Gains Lenny : “When I want to quit I can get everything back but I’m not ready to do it”. That’s a dangerous statement to make. He seems intelligent but a moron at the same time.

Spoonis : Where is this guy today? He's 42 - is he off the street? Is he clean? I MUST KNOW

Alfie Littler : His first wish can be granted. Ibogaine got me sober after 7 years of IV opiate use. no withdrawals. nothing. Does anyone know this man? I'd love to be able to help him if his still suffering.

DePeaceHunter : "a pill that makes you forget what opiate feels like" This is why I believe the best way to stay away from all type of addictive stuff is to never try it in the first place. You won't miss anything because you can't miss something you never try. I never taste a single drop of alcohol or any addictive drugs...when someone said to me I didn't know what I've been missing they're damn right. I don't know, I don't wanna know and I'm glad I never know, cause knowing myself there's huge possibility I would've ended up addicted had I tried them.

Stewie Griffin : he put dog and cat in separate wishes. He could say : I wish my pets back, and he had one more wish left

John Smithee : "It’s easy to embrace hopelessness when things seem insurmountable, and yet it’s actually just a matter of time until all of the elements come together for things to be alright. I believe that most difficult situations will resolve themselves if you are persistent and if you don’t give up entirely. And that’s what I never did, I never gave up" - Robert Downey Jr.

William Zhao : beats being homeless and without drugs.

Nitty Gritty : I was wondering what Weird Al was doing these days...

Kitsalp Srewolf : "To me it's not rock bottom yet." Keep up the motivational drive, you'll get there. lol. Man, to have rock bottom as your goal and "turning point". . . damn.

AshManzarek : Holy shit War - Low Rider ruined this lmao

Danilo Briz : Styxhexenhammer666 on heroin.

Justin Holmes : " when the pain pills got too expensive....." is what hit home for me. Heroin is cheaper but way deadlier.

jessica james : He's a computer programmer

Pete Patraglia : Junkies always make excuses for not going on methadone. Fact is, they just want to keep shooting dope. If you take methadone as prescribed and do a proper taper, the withdrawals are nowhere near what he’s explaining. He’s talking about when people kick methadone cold turkey bc they went to jail or got thrown out of the clinic. This guy is your typical addict in denial. “I can get everything back easy when I’m ready to quit” Lololol yeah then he’ll relapse after 30 days clean bc he doesn’t have it all back yet. Man junkie bullshit excuses are so uniform.

Brent Little : He's not ready. He'll quit in the future when he's ready. He'll do it tomorrow. "Tomorrow" is a lie. Get clean now or you never will.

irish paddy : He's right in what he's saying! He still likes it so no chance to quit for him,you have to hate it!heroin brought me to the darkest place's you could imagine! I'm 29years old 2 years clean,I tried many times but was trying to quit for the wrong reasons because family and my gf wanted me too not because the next o'd could kill me I tried for them.I failed until I realized how much this drug had taken from me,it was then and only then I was finally able to quit.

Hench Bawse : If you are homeless it's McDonalds every night for dinner

Dionis Leev : With all his skill, Hackerman ended up on the street.

ice throne : He is delusional. Many addicts are like him, they all know the path that awaits them yet only a small percentage has the strength to get themselves back together and face reality. The man isn't intelligent enough to understand that his thought process is distorted by drugs. He knows how many addicts end their life, yet he believes to be above them cause he hasn't hit rock bottom yet. Delusional at its best. But this is what happens to the majority of drug addicts. There is no wisdom without intelligence, if someone needs to fuck up their life to acquire wisdom then they weren't that intelligent in the first place.

sad sesh : It's sad but at 0:50 when George Lopez started playing I died

илья винегрет : he definetly has time to think about life

Joshua Flores : Hackerman?

Ace Equality : What a good guy

Simon Carlhammar : The prescription drug industry in the US is sickening. Some doctors would rather sell you shit than help you, just legalize weed most of the people you give opioids don't need it and it can very well ruin their life.

sub_ rosa : You'll never be ready to quit. I know I'm not, but I have too...legal troubles and what not. However, its probably best to take advantage of this opportunity.