If the times get rough head to Craigslist! Not only for job searching but for a place to stay, food, a shower all that. Check out “Craigslist Joe” journey across America after the jump.

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Man Lives Off Craigslist Ads!

What will having no money and no contact with anyone you know get you for a month? If you have access Craigslist, a lifetime supply of crazy stories.

A new documentary called “Craigslist Joe” — from executive producer Zach Galifianakis — follows 29-year-old Joe Garner as he travels nationwide, taking strangers he met on Craigslist up on offers for lodging and transportation.

“If you take a snap shot of America today, what would it look like?” Garner says in the film’s new trailer. “Some say we lost the sense of community that used to carry us through tough times. Some say technology and social media fuel this isolation. Have we become so caught up in our own lives that we don’t notice life outside our bubble?”

Garner, who travels only with a laptop, cellphone, a toothbrush and the clothes he’s wearing, embarks on a 31-day social experiment in December 2009 to answer this question. He documents the adventure that depends on the generosity of people he previously never met.

“I’m going to live entirely off of Craigslist… to see if I can survive — eat, find shelter, find showers — and try to travel America and see if I can find a community out there,” Garner says in the trailer.

The clip above shows Garner meeting new friends from California to New York, his struggles with trying to find food and doing his own good deeds by helping to clean an apartment for someone diagnosed with cancer.

The film hits theaters on Aug. 3, 2012.