A Mount Vernon Peddler's Life on the Street
At 53 years old and sporting a noticeable limp, Couser spends all of his time in Mount Vernon pushing around a metal shopping cart he calls his "wagon" that's loaded to the hilt with clothes, shoes, paperback books, records, and an assortment of other interesting knickknacks. He's quick to point out that the merchandise he carries isn't stolen or pulled from trash bins--people donate it. Now, after six years of pushing his cart through the neighborhood peddling all kinds of items, he says, "I'd rather push that wagon day and night than push drugs."
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