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The perceived beggars are skilled in their stratagem of attracting the heartfelt and empathetic class of people whether its the poor hardworking middle class or the industrious upper class Beggars view their task as a world filled with infinite possibilities In my perception they divide this world into small sects carefully mapping out the pattern of each task Beggars work on each sect task accordingly to determine the possibility of an error free execution Most beggars live by a creed a pattern that they ought to follow to execute their concluding task I believe that Kusmer describe the ruse of a beggar as subtle fraud because they perceived a physical appearance that is not their own Beggars uses this identity to trick the sympathetic into believing that their physical appearance often times supported by an anecdote is the life they are living -- the circumstances they endure on a daily basis In my perception they are mocking the poorest of the poor by using their identity to gain a fortune or a hot meal for themselves Beggars are deceptive maneuvers their physical appearance that are shown to the public is what they intend for us to see Such appearance attracts the considerate individual coercing the heart to succumb to the grasping force of the beggars impression According to Kusmer one man was approached by a beggar who looked normal in appearance except that he wore no overcoat though the day was cold He had pawned his greatcoat was the thought Surprisingly this beggar gets what he asked for or a fraction of what he intended to receive Beggars know who their preys are attacking carefully those who walk slowly those who look intently at them and smile and those who seem to have coins in their pockets It is rear for a beggar to ask someone who is caught up in the middle of rush hour for some spear change
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