You’ll just have to look at this pic and decide for yourself. In the land of make-believe, anything is possible. Have you ever been poor? If you were a college or university student, you were poor once. Did you make this special burger? I had a couple of university buddies that when they had tomato sauce on their pasta instead of just margarine, it was a special occasion and they were rich that week. Have a great day and remember the days when you didn’t have money for food. Beer maybe, but food, no.


01100314 02100314 03100314 04100314 05100314 06100314 07100314 08100314 09100314 10100314 11100314 12100314 13100314 14100314 15100314


The critical time in matrimony is breakfast time.

A.P. Herbert

16100314 17100314 18100314 18100314aMARCH BREAK – Toronto, Ontario, Canada

19100314 20100314 21100314 22100314 23100314 made-a-struggle-burger 24100314 25100314 26100314 27100314 28100314 29100314 30100314 31100314 32100314


Love is staying awake all night with a sick child. Or a very healthy adult.

David Frost

33100314 34100314 35100314 36100314 37100314 38100314 39100314



Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Tags: , , , , , , ,

This is the posts comments

  1. Jack March 10, 2014 at 11:56 am #

    Yeah, Ive been poor.

    I remember when my family was just wealthy enough to keep 4 children fed while at the same time relying on the humanity of the disconnect technician not to cut off our power in exchange for a small part of our very overdue balance.

    When I was 15 I started working a grocery job making $5.50/hr; and given my school schedule a triple digit paycheck was a rare occurrence. It would take me months to save a few hundred dollars, let alone what I would need to buy my first clunker.

    And I remember the day when I gave the technician almost a year’s worth of my savings just to keep the power on.

    Poverty sucks, but if you remember it when you’re out then it does teach you perspective.

  2. Xaromir March 10, 2014 at 12:19 pm #

    Let’s all be scientific illiterate fear-mongers and bash Monsanto some more, without knowing the darndest thing about their actual _CURRENT_ products or research. *slowclap*

    • oddman March 10, 2014 at 12:36 pm #

      And let’s all rally behind GMO foods that are produced by companies such as Monsanto. We are nothing more than a science experiment to them as most of any problems with GMO won’t show up for a generation or two. I’m not saying that they are doing the Devil’s work, but neither are they on the side of Angels. Their focus is on the bottom line, not humanity. That’s what companies do. That’s why they exist. To maximize profits. And that is why there are so many consumer protection laws because business has seldom looked past what the next quarter’s profits will be. That is what all upper management’s bonuses are based on and not some Utopian dream of ending world hunger. That’s why Monsanto’s rice seeds for the third world have been genetically altered to not germinate on the second planting if the farmer’s keep seed back for planting. Built in obsolescence and product demand for their rice. Smart business practice but there’s a lot their to argue the cost to humanity with. And who is to say, at this stage, that these genetically modified organics will not have an effect on us? Why of course, companies that genetically modify their products. Slow Clap

  3. Dave Cason March 10, 2014 at 1:18 pm #

    Oh please ….. yes chemical companies suck and they all want to kill us …… bull! Here’s a tip kids, you like and use some chemicals everyday like it or not, some are good and some are bad. That’s how it is ….. As for the health-nicks that say ALL GMO foods are bad here’s one thing to consider: Norman Borlaug. You’re both right and wrong.

  4. Dave Cason March 10, 2014 at 1:21 pm #

    Part two: go look at Bophal and that kids feet in the picture and oh, I dunno napalm and why not 2-4-D ! There’s good and bad in everything. Go find a coping skill and live your life the way you want, maybe a hobby too so you don’t need to finger point at each other. (grin)

  5. oddman March 10, 2014 at 2:03 pm #

    I have lots of coping mechanisms, and it’s not all about pointing fingers. I like Big Pharma, but I don’t believe everything that they say. I’m a Type 2 Diabetic and Big Pharma helped me get it under control to the point where I do not take any diabetes medication, and have not for 1.5 years. Blindly trust them? Nope. Viox. Company testing, perfect. Reality, a giver of heart attacks. My father-in-law had one as a result of it. Then they were caught falsifying their test results. A big fine and withdrawal of a drug that they knew never should have been put on the market.

    Be interesting to read about the cancer rates from those who lived in Love Canal, NY. where the underground water and residential soil was horribly contaminated with 2-4-D. There wasn’t a dandelion in town anywhere.They evacuated it in the 70’s.

    I’m not jumping on a GMO bandwagon nor to I trust big industry to tell the truth, There is a middle ground and trade offs that have to be made. Sometimes you must choose the lesser of two evils. Or three. 🙂 To blindly cheer one side or the other is ridiculous. But if you cannot make an informed decision in this age of information, then that is your problem.

Post your comment