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kerryzqtl: Summers never thought more than 5.6 million people would watch a YouTube video of him constructing the 8-foot-long house for Irene "Smokie" McGhee, 60, a grandmother whos been homeless for more than a decade. He estimates he spent less than...

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Summers never thought more than 5.6 million people would watch a YouTube video of him constructing the 8-foot-long house for Irene "Smokie" McGhee, 60, a grandmother whos been homeless for more than a decade. He estimates he spent less than $500 on plywood, shingles, a window and a door. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes) Related Coverage Honolulu mayor questions legality of sit-lie ban expansion LOS ANGELES (AP) Shortly after Elvis Summers befriended Irene McGhee, he learned she was sleeping on the streets of South Los Angeles. So the man with the blue mohawk and wraparound shades decided to build the grandmother nicknamed Smokie a tiny house on wheels. Summers estimates he spent less than $500 on plywood, shingles, a window and a door for the 8-foot-long structure that can be moved around by one person. It turned out so well that Summers launched a crowdfunding campaign to construct similar shelters for other homeless people in his neighborhood. He had no grand ambitions beyond lending a h

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Summers never thought more than 5.6 million people would watch a YouTube video of him constructing the 8-foot-long house for Irene "Smokie" McGhee, 60, a grandmother whos been homeless for more than a decade. He estimates he spent less than $500 on plywood, shingles, a window and a door. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes) Related Coverage Honolulu mayor questions legality of sit-lie ban expansion LOS ANGELES (AP) Shortly after Elvis Summers befriended Irene McGhee, he learned she was sleeping on the streets of South Los Angeles. So the man with the blue mohawk and wraparound shades decided to build the grandmother nicknamed Smokie a tiny house on wheels. Summers estimates he spent less than $500 on plywood, shingles, a window and a door for the 8-foot-long structure that can be moved around by one person. It turned out so well that Summers launched a crowdfunding campaign to construct similar shelters for other homeless people in his neighborhood. He had no grand ambitions beyond lending a h

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