Saturday, February 10, 2007

Pain..

My legs joints and feet are KILLING me today. I got multivitamins and I am getting some calcium and potassium supplements tonight. I don't count this as food money.. because I'm not getting full off of them... judging on my size I probably need to have some though because I think I could do some damage if I'm not careful. I know just any bum couldn't get vitamins, but my experiment here wasn't really about pain.. now I see why girl are like they are when cramping.. haha.. but its just my legs.

3 comments:

texshack said...

The Walmart in my town has a big display of Snickers Xtreme on sale by the register for $0.25 a bar. Call your Walmart and see if they have them on sale. This would be an excellent source for Milk chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, chocolate, lactose, skim milk, milkfat, soy lecithin, artificial flavor), peanuts, corn syrup, sugar, milkfat, skim milk, less than 1% - lactose, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, salt, chocolate, and artificial flavor.

Have you thought about hanging out at a restaurant and eating the fries or burger that someone leaves behind? You could actually snatch it if they get up to use the restaurant. That is "Viking food" and the rules permit it to be taken and consumed. I know a guy who used to go out to clubs and when a couple got up to go dance, he would shout "Viking drinks" and guzzle their beverages. He said that Vikings raped, robbed, and pillaged.

texshack said...

One more thing.....I just looked up the website for the Best Western Borger Inn and found this little tidbit "Complimentary full breakfast our breakfast cook will serve you a hot breakfast every morning from 6am-9am." You can go in, act like you belong there and sit down to a hot meal. Also, those breakfast buffets always have apples, muffins, and bananas sitting around for those in a hurry....and a big machine full of cold milk....bon appetite!

SteveSchalchlin said...

If you read my blog, you know that I give money to a homeless man named Chuck. We also give him out bottles and cans which redeems. He tells me that there are several restaurants around the area that will give him meals or food. Your experiment is interesting, but it's not realistic in terms of how actual homeless people live. They always find people who will help them out. You're trying to do this on a strict dollar day without doing the things that an actual homeless person does to survive, which is accepting hand-outs and free meals. That's why it's not working.