Poverty Is Not an Accident

Poverty Is Not an Accident
Nelson Mandela

Sunday, May 02, 2004


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DOZENS of loaves of home made style breads. I'm taking some to KUNM

Artichokes, mangos, pineapples, fresh chives, tomatoes, pears, bananas, a bear claw, 3 kinds of dry cheeses like Parmasan, tofu spread (tastes like egg salad), salsa, cocktail sauce, spaghetti sauce, bananas...

I've got a loaf of raisin bread I'll hollow out and fill with fruit and cheese for the girls on the 1st floor. And I'll take a huge loaf of sour dough, hollow it out, fill it with dip made of cheese, sour cream, chives and the tofu stuff.

I'm so sore, I can hardly walk. But I have plenty of food that I just need to grab and go to KUNM with. DOn't need to cook or worry.

And, by the time my food stamps come, I'll still have plenty to eat, so I can save them up for really good stuff.

We fed about two or three dozen people today.

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