ending my world hunger

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World hunger is a big problem.  So I’m going to do something about it, starting today.  I thought about all the different organizations that want my money, so they can end world hunger.  And they’re mostly good, I suspect.  But I thought of that Michael Jackson song, from back when he was cool in the ’80s, called “Man in the Mirror”.  And then I realized that I should start with myself.  You shouldn’t try to change the world without changing yourself!

So today I’m going to Larry’s Pizza, with some friends.  If you read this before lunch and want to join us, go ahead.  If you show up and can’t figure out who we are, then I reckon you just didn’t want to eat with us bad enough.  We’ll be the coolest ones there.  It’ll be that obvious, if you have discernment for such things.

Of course, there are a lot of eating options that would end my world hunger, but I might as well do it right.  There’s no pizza like their chicken-bacon-ranch.  Mmm…  And to have it (plus many others) in the all-you-can-eat format makes it extra awesome.

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2 responses »

  1. We need more people like you who are doing their part to end world hunger. I agree that starting with one self is always the best way to make a difference. I wouldn’t be surprised if Bono contacted you to praise you for your incredible efforts. Bravo, my friend, bravo. You have inspired me to end my world hunger.

  2. This past weekend I was on vacation in Branson, and I did a lot toward ending my world hunger. One day I ate lunch at Lambert’s Cafe, which is awesome Southern food. I ate more then than I probably have at any single meal this year. It was awesome. Well, awesome until later, when I almost needed a wheelbarrow to get out of the restaurant. 🙂

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