A Philadelphia couple got involved with a homeless guy and decided what he needed was for them to manage his life to get him on the right track. They started a "go fund me page" and raised $400,000 dollars. I'm sure this couple were well intentioned but apparently their fantasy didn't come true; "Bobbitt seems to have been unable to beat his opiate addiction, which led to him spending some small distributions of the funds in ways that the McLure and D’Amico have judged to be unwise." Oh! Do you mean that throwing money at a problem didn't fix the problem? Is there a lesson to learn here?