posted on Aug, 22 2014 @ 06:20 PM
a reply to: Kangaruex4Ewe
I recommend the parents find it. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that you can't prepare fresh nutritious food for hundreds if not
thousands of people in a partitioned side of the school auditorium. There has to be an option because the school has taken custody of the children
(probably unwisely) and the parents have willingly surrendered them without taking even the slightest precautions to be sure their children will
actually be OK there, so they do what they can, which means taking bids for affordable frozen processed foods within certain specifications. It is an
emergency measure to avoid the dilemma of kids having to either starve or be illiterate (and it ties into larger issues of economics, family values,
politics, etc but lets face it, if we were gonna fix this system for our kids sake it would be done by now, so lets keep this down to brass tacks...
or school pizza crust, which would be the next most solid and tiny item).
I know better than to have kids- because I can't do any of the things necessary to protect them from a world this badly messed up. See how that works
conservatives? What would I have to be able to do? I'd have to be able to home school them, meet their real needs instead of buying bargain basement
substitutes for what they need, and chaperone them to other more appropriate venues to gain social skills. In other words I'd have to work no more
than 40 favorably scheduled hours for at least $25/hr with the support of a mother who could make a small income either form home or on my days off
and provide the majority of the care time- or some such similar arrangement. I'd have to have something approaching abundance.
Instead I don't always eat when I want to- not that I couldn't, it's not that bad- but I've got my priorities and I can stand to lose a little
weight better than a growing child can. So you know what I do. Well that's too graphic to explain. Lets just say that my love life doesn't cause
I figured it out, most mammals just act that way instinctively, and the average American parent...
But lets go, yay school lunches, they're absolutely vital if we want America to do its part towards pushing global population over 10 billion in my
lifetime by enabling people to have kids and not be responsible for raising them, and the only way that kind of population boom isn't going to blow
up in our faces is if a lot of those people grow up to be bedridden by obesity and die young.