Wisdom of the Day: Poverty Portrait Bond MSNBC

Posted on January 8, 2014 5:00 pm

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4 Responses to “Wisdom of the Day: Poverty Portrait Bond MSNBC”

  1. Steve H says:

    Are you ever going to have Buttercup model your t-shirts?

  2. Larry E says:

    Actually, there wasn’t a “cool kids table” in my high school (MANY years ago). The really kool kids were too kool to eat in the repressive environment of a school cafeteria. They went to a truly wretched little greasy spoon a couple of blocks away.

    In my senior year, I decided to find out what the attraction of the place was. So I went to the little dive for lunch. The staff had evidently cooked all morning to pile up “hamburgers” wrapped in wax paper, about a foot high on a cafeteria tray. You grabbed your hamburger, paid, and ate. The meat was about 1/8″ thick, and absolutely gray. It was the only gray hamburger I ever ate.

    But I was KOOL!

  3. RAML says:

    I graduated in 68. Now just talking cafeteria food. there was nothing edible so there was no cool kids table.

  4. Choey says:

    It was amazing what the cooks in my high school could do to macaroni and cheese (AKA Yellow Death).

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