It isn't very often we can praise a panhandler for an innovative way of asking for our pocket change. But this guy in Miami knows what's up and might just rival that Ted Williams dude with the golden pipes for the kick-ass homeless guy of the year award. In order to ask for money for "karate lessons," this genius has engineered a flippable cardboard sign constructed entirely from the dividers found in a case of 40s. Nifty! Judging by his ingenuity and determination to build such an awesome sign, one would he'd be able to find a job, amirite? Seriously, someone sign this guy up for karate lessons asap.