That is unless they reach in any direction within a 360 degree radius from their torsos.
I heard this story on Rush yesterday but I had no idea what he was talking about. He never went into the story he just showed the picture below to the Ditto Cam and being in my car it was impossible to see. So when I got home and saw what he was talking about I thought it was just about the most hysterical picture/story combo I have ever seen. So I am going to do this. I am going to post the story and the link and then below the fold I am going to post their picture. You are not going to believe that the picture goes with the story but… who am I to judge…
Her father worked at General Motors for 45 years before retiring. Her mother taught driver’s education. Nunez and her six siblings grew up middle class.
Things have changed considerably for this Ohio family.
Nunez’s van broke down last fall. Now, her 19-year-old daughter has no reliable transportation out of their subsidized housing complex in Fostoria, 40 miles south of Toledo, to look for a job.
Nunez and most of her siblings and their spouses are unemployed and rely on government assistance and food stamps. Some have part-time jobs, but working is made more difficult with no car or public transportation…
Nunez, 40, has never worked and has no high school degree. She says a car accident 17 years ago left her depressed and disabled, incapable of getting a job. Instead, she and her daughter, Angelica Hernandez, survive on a $637 Social Security check and $102 in food stamps.
Hernandez received her high school diploma and has had several jobs in recent years. But now, because fewer restaurants and stores are hiring, she says she finds it hard to find a job. Even if she could, she says it’s particularly hard to imagine how she’ll keep it. She says she needs someone to give her a lift just to get to an interview. And with gas prices so high, she’s not sure she could afford to pay someone to drive her to work every day.
People tell Nunez her daughter could get more money in public assistance if she had a child.
“A lot of people have told me, ‘Why don’t your daughter have a kid?’”
They both reject that as a plan.
“I’m trying to get a job,” Hernandez says. “I just can’t get a job.” …
Most of their extended family lives in the same townhouse complex…
The only one with a car is Irma Hernandez, Nunez’s mother…
She’s now two car payments behind.
“I’m about to lose my car,” she says on her way to pick up one of her daughters to take her to Toledo. “So then what’s going to happen to us?”
So Nunez and her daughter are mostly stuck at home.
The rising cost of food means their money gets them about a third fewer bags of groceries — $100 used to buy about 12 bags of groceries, but now it’s more like seven or eight. So they cut back on expensive items like meat, and they don’t buy extras like ice cream anymore. Instead, they eat a lot of starches like potatoes and noodles.
Ok so here’s the real kicker. I know you are expecting to see 2 very gaunt and pale people but wait for it…
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Hahaha haha hahaha hahaha hahaha!!!!!! I kid you not this is the actual people they are talking about in the article. Don’t believe me? Go to the NPR link at the top! Wow, their bones must be huge!
Instead, they eat a lot of starches like potatoes and noodles.
Yeah aaaaallll the noodles!
But now, because fewer restaurants and stores are hiring, she says she finds it hard to find a job.
No kidding, the restaurants are scared of employee theft!
Big thanks to Rush for this story. There is a reason he is who he is…
P.S. Hey Grant… tell your mom I’ll send her some coupons on Monday. She looks starved.