Can someone explain the “stereotypical Colombian woman” elements I’m missing? The only things I’ve seen are the things saying the character was born in Colombia? Other than that the character appears so Western to me that I wouldn’t have guessed her fictional heritage without being told. Are there important cultural elements being approptiated or co-opted? It’d be good to know so I don’t make similar mistakes out of ignorance in future.
It’s not real, or at least not as it is outrageously stated here. Those thing’s can’t be purchased with food stamps. Because food stamps are there to keep people from starving or becoming malnourished. The idea is that the foods listed are bad value for government money as far as nutrition is concerned. Poor people can still buy whatever they like with their own money. There is no soup nazi at the grocery yelling “no ketchup for you!”
More info in the snopes article:
Man Julia Henning & Eli Green Drums had a HUGE Sunday. I feel a bit lame for having spent it sleeping and GMing an imaginary shopping trip. :/
Eh? Simulating the camgirl or the audience?
Is there a reason this post is dated so far in the future? It’s making it stick at the top of my feed reader
Just watched Chaplin and I’m seriously blown away. Shouldn’t have taken me this long.