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1 nines09  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 9:13:59am

Go for it dickhead.

2 lostlakehiker  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 10:45:56am

Can I please throw in $50 of my own money?

That's a lot of rice and potatoes, a little bit of cabbage, and four chickens per month. For a reasonably active and not-short adult male, that's not much. Perhaps it's enough.

I'm betting that Cory Booker has thought it through and thinks he can manage. He's done difficult things before. I'm a big fan of Cory Booker.

I don't see this as a publicity stunt on his part. I'm not an admirer of Erwin Rommel across the board, but there's no way around granting that he had his share of the martial virtues. Unfortunately.

One of the things he did as commander of Afrika Korps was to grant himself only his share of the rations his troops got. That way, he would know from direct personal experience how they were getting along, and what he could reasonably ask of them and what would be impossible for them in view of their restricted rations.

Booker, when he's done with this experiment or trial (or stunt, if you insist) will have a much better understanding of what food stamps, and food stamps alone, will and won't buy.

3 calochortus  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 12:20:14pm

Because we all know that cheap food is a great way to slim down and improve your health...

4 Prideful, Arrogant Marriage Equality Advocate  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 2:09:44pm

By making the comment "I would be so skinny" she is admitting it is not enough food for a person to get by own which makes her a wonderful human being!
For Christmas, she can go to a children's hospital and cackle at everyone!

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