Ketchup sandwiches and other things stupid poor people eat
Anastasia Basil

Great work calling all of us out for cocooning in our comfortable little bubbles, especially the chastisement of those outside our bubbles for not doing the things we think will enable them to be in the bubble that we don’t really think of as a bubble. I was put off by the title of the article, but on reading it, I realized your clever ruse to draw in exactly the people who are stuck in their belief that poor people are stupid and otherwise might not get drawn into reading an indictment of our attitudes (and actions) toward the poor.

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