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Old 04-08-2014, 11:37 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by syn View Post
easier said than done.
poor uneducated families are gonna send their kids out to school with nothing, or
a bunch of crap
True, Poor families are faced with tough decisions.

You have to feed your family for a week, but you only have (x)amount of money.

What are you gonna' buy for your family, $6 for (3) all natural granola bars or pay $3 for a Mega Family sized pack of (24)Jumbo Honey Bunns?

Which will last longer?

If your broke you just don't have a ton of options, unless your willing to give up other things.

The real problem (I think) is that people care more about wealth/money then they do about their own health.

Money comes first, health comes second. Sad...
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