Monday, September 29, 2008

Kool-Aid and the art of financial survival

The always snarky and always entertaining has done it again.

Under the headline "How To Eat Now That You're Poor," the blog begins by saying:

"Now that the wizards of Wall Street have destroyed all hope for your future economic security, it's time to start eating like a pauper!

"That's the new ad strategy that our nation's largest food companies are pursuing, reasoning that the fancy Pepperidge Farm cookies and 'vegetables' are going to be the first thing that shoppers slash from their budgets in these lean times. Why not try some grilled cheese and tomato soup? Shiny apples for a nickel!

"But this nutritional depression has an upside: Hey, Kool-Aid!"

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