Somewhere on the outskirts of Los Angeles, Bob lived in his own small room.
He was an ordinary office clerk, worked for a small salary six days a week and humiliated himself in front of his superiors so as not to lose his job. Relationships with colleagues in the workplace did not work out, although Bob had been working at the company for three years. He was an outcast, no one talked to him, and his colleagues often made malicious jokes about him. Living the same thing day after day, Bob decided it was time to end it.
Attempts to change workplace didn't lead to anything. At job interviews, preference was given not to him, but to other people who had no idea what they were saying. After that, he sold his room and, with the money he received, began his career as a freelancer.